Year 6 2022 - 2023

Mrs Seth

Welcome to Year 6

Year 6 is the most exciting year for the children as they will be recapping and learning new skills in all the learning areas in preparation for high school. Children will not only be expanding their knowledge and skills academically but also be looking forward to our end of year production, which I am always excited about, where children exhibit their talents.

In Year 6, children are provided with an inter-connected curriculum that promotes meaningful connections between concepts and knowledge, and develops genuine and robust character traits to prepare children for life in the modern world.

Meet the Team

Class teacher – Mrs Seth

Support staff – Mrs Shandley, Mr Baylis and Mrs Ward

Things to Remember

PE - In Year 6, we currently have PE on Wednesdays. Please ensure that your child has their PE kit in school everyday. We will send their bags home each half term for kit to be washed.

Spellings - Children will be tested on 20 spellings each week. Spellings test will take place every Friday. Children will take their spelling practice books home with new spellings each week. If it is evident that children have been practising their spellings at home but have not scored well enough, they will be retested on Monday. Otherwise, children scoring less than 16 correct will have to practice their spellings 5 times each in break time.

Timestables - Children will practise different times tables each week. Every Friday two children will be chosen for TT Rockstars certificates, which will be based around various factors like: most improved, consistent in practising etc. Children should be encouraged to go on TT Rockstars at home for at least10-15 minutes every day.

Homework - As a whole school policy, children are expected to complete their homework every week on time. New homework will be given out every Thursday and children must bring it back on Wednesday. Children who consistently fail to complete their homework will be completing the homework in school.

Reading - We would like to remind you that Reading at Home makes the single biggest impact on your child's progress. Reading is the key that unlocks the entire curriculum. Therefore, we recommend reading with your child for 15 - 20 minutes each night, or as frequently as possible.



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All Saints C.E Primary SchoolChurchill Street,
Heaton Norris,

Mrs C Spinks | Headteacher

0161 510 8000

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Who We Are

All Saints C.E Primary School
“Where we learn to value Knowledge; To value Each Other; but most of all ... to value Ourselves”.

As a Church of England Voluntary Controlled school, we are committed to enabling our children to become responsible and compassionate citizens both in school (and in the wider community) through the teachings of the church.