School finishes at the usual time of 3.20pm today. Half Term holiday is Monday 18th February to Friday 22nd February. The school is closed on Monday 25th February for staff training
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Year 6

On this page you can see what your child is learning each term.



Homework will be given out every half term, starting week beginning 14th January 2019. Pupils will receive a 'homework book', which they must hand-in every Wednesday with a completed piece of homework from the homework sheet (see the attached grid). The homework can be completed in ANY way children feel most comfortable. You may wish to discuss the nature and order of homework expected with your child, this will allow students to decide which topic they would like to do first; perhaps keeping the more 'creative' topics to be handed-in towards the end of the half term. The rationale behind this new initiative is to encourage pupils' creativity and independence. We will also offer 'practise makes perfect' worksheets for those who would like additional practise for English and Maths. Any questions or suggestions, please either leave a message in your child's home-link book; email the school office making it to the attention of your child's class teacher or make a Friday appointment to see your child's class teacher. 

I am confident this homework template will eventually make for extremely interesting pieces, for both the students and the teachers marking them. 


Year 6 team!

Using the new homework initiative in Year 6 has produced some wonderful home-learning pieces already. These are just a few examples of the outstanding work that has been produced. Well done!

Year 6 have been becoming Evolutionary Scientists and learning about the theory of evolution

Year 6 Topics Spring 2019

Timestables and Division Top Trumps game

Reading with your child in Year 6 parent advice

Cedars Manor: Year 5 and 6 Spelling Words

Cedars Manor Guide to Boosting Vocabulary

Recommended Reading List

W/b 11/02


Maths this week: Children will be using everything they have learnt in Maths to sit a practise SATs paper in the run up to the big day!  


English this week: Children will be sitting practise SATs English papers, including a SPaG.


SPaG term of the week: Present Perfect Tense: The present perfect is a verb tense which is used to show that an action has taken place once or many times before now. The present perfect is most frequently used to talk about experiences or changes that have taken place. E.G "I have seen that film many times." "Or he has seen that film many times."