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Puriton Primary School

Puriton Primary School

 

Sycamore Class 

sycamore@puritonprimaryschool.org.uk

We are the Year 6 pupils - the oldest in school! 

Our teacher is Mrs Madge and Mrs Attwood is the teaching assistant in our class.   

Autumn Term 2022 Overview

Welcome to Sycamore Class!

We hope that your children have a fantastic last year with us at Puriton Primary School.  Below is some information that will help you to support your children at home and school in Year 6.

 

Find out what goes on in Sycamore Class by clicking on this link: Information for parents and children 

Find out what we are going to be learning in Sycamore Class by clicking on this link: Curriculum Overview Autumn Term

Autumn Term 1 information 

 

Useful websites for practising key skills at home

Maths websites for home practice:

PE/Well-being ideas for activities

Recommended reads

I love reading and really want the children to experience this too.  I know that sometimes it is tricky to find books that they like so I have shared some ideas below.  I hope that the children will let me know books that they have liked too so that I can share them on here. 

Please rad this document about reading at home, to give you some ideas of how to encourage a 'love of reading' at home.  Reading for Pleasure at home

I find these two websites good for looking for book ideas:  

The books below have been recommended by previous Year 6 children and Year 6 teachers.  I have not read many of these books, so obviously, I recommend you find out a little bit more about each book/series before you buy them, in case you don’t think they are appropriate for your child.   

Help sheets

Click here for a handwriting help sheet

Click here for a Grammar help sheet to explain and give examples of grammar vocabulary for year 6.

Click here for a Scratch help sheet. 

Maths Help Sheets

Adding and subtracting fractions

  

Multiplying fractions

Dividing fractions

   

Finding fractions of amounts

 

 Simplifying Fractions

 

Simple percentages

The Four Operations

Addition

  

 

Multiplication

  

Short division

Long Division

 

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