St. Augustine’s

Catholic Academy

Parent Pay

office@staca.org.uk

Sandon Road, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST3 7DF

01782 319504

Part of

All Saints Catholic Collegiate

Year 6

Home Learning

During this time, work will be set for students to complete on Purple Mash. Four piece of work will be set a day, these will include: Maths, English, SPaG and one of the foundation subjects. Log ins have been provided to every child.

 

The three key websites being used are: 

Purple mash

Spag

TTRockstars

 

Click here for RE prayer and learning resources.

 

If your child is having difficulty accessing any of the sites listed, please do no hesitate to get in touch with any member of the Year 6 team.You, or the children, can email us through Purple Mash using the 2 Email app at any time.

 

Please note that the curriculum overview for the summer term is attached it at the bottom of this page. This will show you what the children should have been learning during the time. Please go to each subject page for links to ideas for your child or alternatively, click here for a short cut: Curriculum link

Class Teachers 

Mrs L. Brown

Miss E. Coates

Mrs K. Campion

 

Homework

Homework is given out twice during the week. English is set on a Monday to be returned on Thursday. Maths is set on Thursday to be returned on Monday. If your child struggles to complete their homework, we do offer a homework club, where a member of staff is able to support your child.  Alternatively, please direct your child to any member of the Year 6 team who will be more than happy to help.

 

P.E.

Your child is expected to bring their PE kit at the start of every week, this consists of a pair of black shorts a plain, white top and a pair or trainers or pumps. If your child should be completing PE lessons outside, they may need an outdoor kit (black/navy tracksuit bottoms and hoodie/jacket). Please be aware that girls will not be allowed to wear their tights for PE and will need a pair of socks to change into. Earrings will not be allowed in for PE. If your child is unable to take out the earrings, then they will not be allowed to take part in the PE sessions. Also, if your child does not have a PE kit on PE days, they also will not be allowed to take part. 

 

Reading 

Children are expected to read at home at least 5 times per week. Please sign each time you read with your child. Children's planners will be checked during the week to see if the children are reading and getting their planner signed. If there are any issues with this, please speak to one of the staff members from Year 6. 

 

Year 6 - Planning and Overviews

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 Year 6 - Long Term Plan.docxDownload
 Year 6 Curriculum Overview - Autumn Term 19-20.docDownload
 Year 6 Curriculum Overview - Spring Term 19-20.docDownload
 Year 6 Curriculum Overview - Summer Term 19-20.docDownload
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