Being in Year 6 at Laceby Acres is truly is the most memorable time in your child’s primary education. Year 6 is a key moment in your child’s life; they will develop more independence, a huge amount of resilience and, most importantly, they should become very aware of who they are as both learners and as young adults.
As in all other year groups, Year 6 follow statutory schemes of learning set down by the government. Children are assessed at the end of the year as to whether they have met the ‘expected’ national standard. As part of the curriculum in year 6 children will cover a wide range of topics allowing them to explore concepts in depth, become enquirers and analytical thinkers.
Of course, a big part of your child’s summer term in Year 6 will be preparing for the move to secondary school – a huge milestone in their lives. This may involve going to their new schools, a visit from some of their new teachers, or shared classroom activities.
Home Learning will available when appropriate.
Year 6 Home Learning
Below are Year 6's Yearly Long Term Plans, detailing what they will be doing throughout the respective year.
Year 6's Medium Term Plans can be found in the below document groups, detailing what the class will be learning each term.