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Year 6

SATs Papers 2019 - The answer booklets and mark schemes are below to download and print. The Grammar, Reading and Spelling papers do not necessarily need to be printed, but it might be easier for pupils to write in the booklets with a physical copy. Instead, just view these papers on your devices, and write answers clearly in exercise books.

Number and Place value


Year 6 Home Learning


In order to aid learning at home, we are recommending that all pupils follow the guidance and use the resources listed here. Schools are committed to ensuring your child is still learning the curriculum. Through your help at home, we hope that the pupils do not miss any critical information or learning in preparation for secondary school. If there are any problems or you would like further guidance with anything, please contact us via Class Dojo.

Keep up to date on the school and class pages on Class Dojo.

Stay healthy and stay happy - and thank you for visiting, reading and continuing with your education during this challenging time!

Mr Howarth, Mrs Howarth, Mr Marshall


Here's the link to the BBC Bitesize Year 6 daily lessons:



SAT Busters


Pupils will have books ‘Book 1’ and ‘Book 2’ of the CGP 10-Minute Test SAT Busters. They have already begun using these Busters with the Homework Checklist, so continue to do that as per timetabled but for both books. If the Homework Checklist states ‘Reading Buster Set B2,’ that means complete Book 1 and Book 2 Set B Test 2.




  • Continue to use the SAT Busters for reading comprehension revision.
  • Also, try to read at least once a day. In school, pupils read every day so this needs to be kept up to ensure fluency and vocabulary is being developed.
  • Complete reading comprehension tasks from the pack sent home.
  • Complete the Pobble 365 reading comprehension questions daily.
  • There are lots of free e-books on the Oxford Owl (link below).




  • Continue to use the SAT Busters for maths revision.
  • Use the MyMaths lessons to learn any new topics or revise and topics that is tricky.
  • Complete the MyMaths homework tasks that are set.
  • MyMiniMaths website. Access this website to find revision questions for arithmetic and different topic areas. There are also useful YouTube tutorial video links for questions.
  • TT Rockstars. Use as revision for times tables.
  • BBC Bitesize – KS2. Use this website to access games and revision videos on all topics.
  • Year 6 Class Page on the school website. There are a range of maths revision PowerPoint quizzes to help with SATs-level reasoning questions.




  • Continue to use the SAT Busters for SPAG revision.
  • Use the SPAG Mats daily.
  • Use the videos and games on BBC Bitesize to revise.
  • Everything on the SPAG Tube Map in the Organisers (the next page after the Reading Rocket pages) needs to be revised.




  • Practise spellings from the Spelling Booklet daily.
  • Practise words from Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 words lists at the back of the Organiser.
  • Continue to use the SAT Busters for Spelling revision.
  • Use the SPAG Mats daily.
  • Use the videos and games on BBC Bitesize to revise.




  • Use the Anne Frank diary books to write a daily diary entry as yourself. Anne Frank was kept in isolation – so your situation is similar!
  • Use the Pobble 365 daily writing tasks.



  • Try Joe Wicks workout videos on YouTube
  • Super Movers on BBC Website
  • Try and get out in the garden!


Twinkl are offering free resources. See the link on the school website on the Year 6 Class Page as the resources they have created are extremely good!


Websites for Home Learning


Interactive Revision pack – please use!

Year 6 Revision Pack


Pobble 365 This changes daily. Scroll down to access the writing tasks and comprehension questions.


MyMathsLessons, games and homework – login details in Organisers


BBC BitesizeMaths and English


MyMiniMathslots of arithmetic, daily problems and YouTube tutorials


TT RockstarsTimes Tables practice


Year 6 Class PageMaths quizzes – password is triangle


Classroom Secrets KidsMaths and SPaG games/quizzes – Login details TBA


Oxford Owl Reading – free e-books that can be accessed online. Simply sign up for free and access the free library of e-books using the link below.


WW2 Topic website – Research about the history of WW2, particularly the Blitz, D-Day and Dunkirk


Mr Donn


Get Set to Eat Fresh - Lots of resources to promote healthy habits and great recipes,13ZDT,8MTHG,3WDCT,1


Below is the normal weekly timetable. Try to stick to a similar weekly/daily timetable as much as possible to give a structure to lessons and revision. It will also vary the lessons and tasks so that the same subject is not overly repeated.

Religion through Art - Summer 1

In Year Six we cover a wide range of themes to engage the pupils in their learning. These are more age-related than in previous years and include topics such as: Rivers, fantasy stories, Early Islam, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, WW2 and the Holocaust. The more mature topics aim to reflect the curriculum they will cover at secondary school and thus give them a head start.


Year 6 Topics

WW2 and Anne Frank


A Fantastical Adventure.









of Britain

Huckleberry Finn


Maths Games and Challenges