The children in Y6 are expected to read every day. It is still helpful to Y6 children to read to an adult and talk about what they are reading. We also expect children to practice their spellings and times tables each week.

If you child does any learning at home that they would like to bring in then they may.

Below are some websites that you may find useful to explore for further learning opportunities linked that what happens in school.

Home learning resources
  • White Rose Maths home learning‘The White Rose Maths team has prepared a series of five maths lessons for each year group from Y1-Y8.  We will be adding five more each week for the next few weeks.  Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.’
  • UCL Institute of Educationfree online learning resources‘We have compiled a list of resources helpful to teachers, school leaders, parents/carers and young people.  All of these resources are either free/have been made free during the period of school closures.’
In our weekly PSHE lessons we follow the Jigsaw scheme of work. Here is a link to two Jigsaw PSHE stories that the children might like to listen to at home. There are also additional activities that you can do as a family including a Calm Me session that might be particularly useful.’



  • Espresso Coding (Username: student14041 Password: hillview – Once logged in the children can work through the lessons. We use this in school.)
  • Code.org (This is a website with loads of great resources. The Hour of Code activities offer step by step lessons on how to block code and give the children a certificate at the end of their session.)
  • Scratch (The children can create their own accounts for free and then they can save the work they do online. We use this programme in school.)