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Friday 25th September 2020

Friday 25th September 2020


Happy Friday Year 6!

Here is your homework for this week. Remember, that homework will now be published electronically on this homework page every Friday. Please complete the activities given and self-mark them (or ask a parent to mark them) after you have finished. Answers will be published too to help you with this. Please do not bring any completed homework into school.




You should be reading for at least 20 minutes per day, including weekends. Not only does reading improve concentration, develops imagination and teaches children about the world around them, reading develops children’s vocabulary and language skills. You can read with an adult or alone; however, you should try and spend several sessions per week reading with an adult so that you can discuss themes, responses and vocabulary within a book. Remember to use your Epic log in to read books and comics online or via the app too! 



Compound sentences worksheet: earlier this week we looked at compound sentences and what they are. Remember, that compound sentences are two simple sentences joined with a coordinating conjunction (FANBOYS). Complete the questions on the worksheet to revise your knowledge on compound sentences and ensure you fully understand them. Once you have finished, ask a parent to mark your answers using the answer sheet provided, or self-mark, and discuss any incorrect answers together.


Please spend time over the course of the week on Times Tables Rock Stars to ensure your times tables remain up to scratch. Accurate and efficient time table recall will help you massively in Year 6 with all aspects of maths.


Drawing nets of 3D shapes worksheets: complete the worksheet on nets. Self-mark your answers once you have completed and ask a parent to go through any mistakes with you.

Additional Maths Homework

Below are some additional maths homework sheets for you to work through if you would like to extend your learning. These are all things we have looked at in class this week (nets of 3D shapes) so will be good for you to check your understanding. If you were off school for any illness or quarantine reasons, it might be worth you having a look at these additional sheets to ensure you can complete the maths topics covered in school and to make sure you don’t have gaps in your learning due to missed work.