Alder (Year 6)

Teacher: Mr Vokes

Curriculum Overview

Teaching and learning in Year 6 at Swanton Morley VC Primary School follows the National Curriculum programme of study for Key Stage 2. Further information about the National Curriculum in Key Stage 2 can be found on the Department for Education website.

Maths English Other Subjects
 

2021 Key Stage 2 Tests (SATs)

During the course of the year Mr Vokes’ class will be preparing for their SATs in May.  The 2021 tests are highly likely to be similar in their format to those in 2019 (the last year tested), although changes can never be ruled out!  As before, children will be given scaled scores where 100 is an indication that children have reached the expected standard. You will receive your child’s scaled score and an indication of how it relates to national standards across all schools.  Writing attainment will graded based on teacher assessments during the course of the year – it is not tested.

All the tests (Maths, Reading and Grammar Punctuation and Spelling) will take place during the week beginning Monday 10th May 2021.

Test Timetable

Monday 10th May – Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (Papers 1 & 2)

Tuesday 11th May – Reading

Wednesday 12th May – Maths (Papers 1 & 2)

Thursday 13th May – Maths (Paper 3)

Trips and Visits 2020-2021

In the summer term Year 6 spend a week away camping and taking part in a wide range of outdoor adventure activities at the Hautbois Activities Centre near Coltishall.  In 2021 this will take place between Monday 28th June to Friday 2nd July.

Timetables, Homework & Equipment 2020-2021

Below are PDF files giving the class timetable and information about homework.

Y6 Timetable Y6 Homework
Y6 Homework Challenges Y6 Equipment

Please note:

The timetable will be subject to change depending on the current/latest DFE COVID-19 guidance.

Homework will not be set initially, but will be introduced when guidance allows the two-way transfer of work between home and school.  The homework challenges will be sent home in September and should remain at home during the course of the year (challenges being assessed in July 2021).