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Homework in Year 6

 

It is a very good idea to get into the habit of completing homework effectively. This is good preparation for when you go to secondary school next September as you will have a larger amount of homework from different subjects and teachers to complete. Completing homework will also consolidate what you are learning in lessons too and will reinforce your understanding and knowledge.

 

 

Homework Timetable in Year 6

 

                              Given Out by Teacher                 Latest Day to be Handed In  
Spellings          Monday     Test every second Friday
Literacy                              Tuesday Friday
Maths                              Thursday Monday

 

You should also be reading your school reading book to an adult at least once a week.

 

Miss Hughes' Spellings Year 6

 

Autumn Term 1 Week 1

 

Identifying which Year 3/4 National Curriculum words are incorrectly being spelt. In order to be meeting expectations in writing by the end of Year 6, you need to be able to spell ALL of these words correctly and MOST of the Year 5/6 words in your everyday writing.

 

 

Autumn Term 1 Week 2 and Week 3

 

suffixes -able / ably and -ible / ibly

 

 

Autumn Term 1 Week 4 and Week 5

 

suffix - fer

 

fer words

reference

refer

preference

different

transfer

suffering

difference

circumference

prefer

inference

coniferous

offered

differ

inferno

fertilizer

 

Literacy Homework

 

Click on the link below to view the Literacy homework for this half term. You will notice that this is in the style of a Nandos food menu. Nandos is a restaurant famous for its chicken dishes varying in strengths of hotness! The Peri-ometer suggests the difficulty or challenge the homework may offer. This may also result in you spending a little bit longer completing the given task. You must complete one task of your choice every week and hand it in to be marked every Friday. Whilst you can choose which tasks you complete and in what order, you must choose at least one hot and one extra hot task over the half term.

Don't forget that you can also choose how you present your work. You can include work completed on the computer, make Powerpoint presentations, create artwork, drawings, photographs, models etc.

 

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