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Year 6

Welcome to the Year 6 Page!

The information below is for parents, carers and children to help them with home learning.


Every day, your child should be:


  • Reading (or read to) for at least 30 minutes.


  • Completing a writing activity for 30 minutes, e.g. writing a story, a diary, a newspaper report, a book review, a letter or a fact report. This could be about anything you find interesting: plants, space, the Romans, the Egyptians, science, countries of the world, food, computers, sport… the possibilities are endless!


  • Be practicing number bonds and times tables for 20 minutes. (They can do this using TT Rockstars. Log in details are in the homework books). 


  • Being active for one hour. Click below for some ideas on staying active:

Autumn Term 1 Curriculum Letter

Useful links and websites to enrich your learning

If you like poetry, why not click on to the website below and listen to some wonderful pieces of well known and well loved poems.

Poetry Link

The following websites have activities and worksheets covering all areas of the curriculum.


Topic and reading:




For Maths, Reading and Writing. Choose your year group. Your child can make their own account without an email here


All subjects:

BBC bitesize:


Foundation Subjects



Virtual museum visits:







Work for Week Beginning 6th July


Maths Activities/ Resources


1. Mental Maths

- Use website Hit the Button

- Timestable rockstars


2. Topic Maths:


Lesson 1

Vertically Opposite Angles

PDF:  Lesson 1

Vertically Opposite Angles


Lesson 2

Angles in a Triangle

PDF: Lesson 2 Angles in a Triangle


Lesson 3

Angles in a special quadrilaterals

PDF: Lesson 3: Angles in a special quadrilaterals


Lesson 4

Angles in regular polygons

PDF: Lesson 4: Angles in regular polygons


Lesson 5

Maths Challenge

See challenge set by White Rose

Also see BBC Bitesize, Classroom secretes and Oak Academy for additional lessons and activities to consolidate learning


Also see:

BBC Bitesize, Classroom secrets and Oak Academy for additional lessons and activities to consolidate learning


Reading Activities/ Resources


Comprehension Activities

Comprehension activities based on Chapter's 6 and 7 of Kensuke’s Kingdom

See the following PDFs

PDF: Chapter 6

PDF: Relationships


Writing Activities


1. Memory Booklet

     See PDF: . Memory Booklet

2.  Secondary School Transition Booklet - Complete booklet

     See PDF : Transition to Secondary School Booklet

3 . Earliest Memory of School

     See PDF: Earliest Memories

4. 2- 4 lines on memories of St Stephen’s for Leavers Assembly. It can be completed as a poem or a rap on



Enrichment  Activities/ Resources


Music/ History:

Listen to:  BBC Ten Pieces

Choose a piece of music of interest and complete the suggested activity




1. Tutorial on 2 point perspective - follow and do as the video suggests


2. Create your cover for the Memory Book based on the Matisse Cut out idea

     See PDT : Art Memory Book Cover


Keeping Active


1.  Make up your own exercise routine and record it for your family to do.

     See PDF : ‘ Daily Exercise’ 


2.  Go Noodle:

Resources for Week Beginning 1st June

Resources for Week Beginning 18th May

Resources for Week Beginning Monday 4th May

Virtual Tours

Log on to virtual tours that take your around  worldwide Galleries, Museums, Zoos and Attractions 

Year 6 Curriculum


Year 6 is a year of hard work - getting in place those all important skills and knowledge before the children leave for Secondary School. It is also a year of fun and celebration of their time at St Stephen's. 


Autumn Term
Our first topic is 'Tempestuous Tudors', which involves a study of William Shakespeare- his life and plays.  Our Art work is a focus on Tudor portraits on canvas and the children always enjoy making Tutor Houses in D.T.

Our second topic is 'Sailing the Seven Seas' where we look at biographies, diary writing and have a look at Greenwich and Deptford as the maritime centre of London.

This is a busy term with lots of Secondary School visits taking place!


Spring Term
This is a very important term where we are honing our skills needed for the SATS tests next term as well as learning about our twi topics 'Bridges and Tunnels' and 'A World in Our Hands'.


Summer Term
For the 1st half of this term children will be revising for and sitting their KS2 SATS. It is a very focused time but will be followed by a very creative time.  In our last topic, 'Moving On', children will reflect on their time in St Stephen's School, make memory books and produce their leavers' assembly.  There will also be days spent at their new schools in preparation for September.  We are always sad to see them leave but know they will be well prepared for the next stage in their school life!