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Year 6

Weekly Homework

Times Table Rockstar

It is important that the children spend time playing on Times Table Rockstar as often as possible. Spending time practising times tables and learning them thoroughly will help the children access maths through Year 6 and beyond.

Spelling Shed

A good standard of spelling is going to be key in Y6 if the children are going to achieve well in writing so the children can be encouraged to play on Spelling Shed.


We ask that children read to a parent at least 5 times a week. If the children manage this, you will receive an additional sticker on your behaviour chart.
Don’t forget to sign and date the reading record book and record the number of pages read.

It is really important that the children are asked a mixture of questions by parents/carers. For now, try to focus on retrieval questions and make sure you practice scanning the text to find the answer.

Half-Termly Homework

Over the course of this half-term, we would like you to complete at least one of the following activities linked to our history topic: The Silk Mill and the First Factories (Why was the country’s first factory so important?)


  1. Write a newspaper report about the mysterious death of John Lombe
  2. Create a scale model of The Silk Mill
  3. Visit the Museum of Making (free entry), take pictures and share what you have learned in a creative way
  4. Research what it was like to be a child during the Industrial Revolution and create a video diary sharing your experiences
  5. Make a working water mill

All homework tasks will need to be brought into school for the half-termly homework event on week commencing 22nd May 2023. Parents/Carers will be invited in to view the homework at the end of the school day on Thursday 25th May 2023.