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Frith Manor School

Year 6

Year Group Curriculum Outline || Year Group Homework || Year Group Timetable || Year Group Blog

Year Group Curriculum Outline

Here we provide details of the curriculum for the Year Group

Read our Year 6 Curriculum Overview for 2023-24

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Welcome to Year 6  


welcome to year 6 2023 2024 pptx 1 .pdf


Year Group Homework

Here we provide details of the homework routine for the Year Group:


Homework will be sent out on Thursday and is to be completed by Tuesday.

Spelling- (linked to the Spelling lesson)

Weekly online English & Maths homework - SATs Companion.

Reading - Children are expected to read 20 to 30 minutes a night and (ideally) read a book a half term. Once a book has been finished, they can then answer questions about that book on Accelerated Reader


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Year Group Timetable 

The usual timetable of events in the Year Group is provided here.

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Tuesday Homework due Homework due Homework due





Homework set



Homework set




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End of Key Stage 2 Assessments (SATs)

The KS2 Statutory Assessment Tasks and Tests (SATs) will take place in May 2024.  

SATs are standardised tests to assess the progress your child has made in key stage 2 (years 3-6) and to compare how your child achieves with the attainment expectations for their age. The tests will take place the week commencing Mondayay 13th May 2024. 


Monday 13th May

Tuesday 14th May

Wednesday 15th May

Thursday 16th May

English - Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  

Paper 1: Short answer questions 

(45 mins)

Paper 2: Spelling task

(approx. 15 mins)

English - Reading Comprehension

(1 hour)

Maths Paper 1 Arithmetic

(30 mins)

Maths Paper 2 Reasoning

(40 mins)

Maths Paper 3 Reasoning

(40 mins)


The SATs endeavor to measure whether a child is reaching the Age Related Expectations at the end of Key Stage 2.  (See below for more information on what the assessments will involve)

During July, the school will be sent the raw scores that children have attained during the tests as well as a scaled score. Using the scaled score, the lowest a child can score is 80, with the highest being 120. A scaled score of 100 represents the expected standard and represents that a child has been judged to have demonstrated sufficient knowledge in the areas assessed by the tests.

If a child’s score is close to 80, they are judged to have not yet met the national standard and performed below the expectation for their age. 

There are not any separate tests for the most-able children. Instead, each test will have scope for higher-attaining pupils to show their strengths. If a child’s score is close to 120, they are working beyond (or above) the expected national standard.

You will be informed of your child’s results in their end of year report.


There are a number of arrangements that the school can make for individuals to ensure that all children are able to access the tests. These include:

  • having a reader (in all tests apart from Reading test),
  • having a scribe,
  • being given additional time,
  • being given rest breaks in the test.

These arrangements must be part of normal classroom practice. 

The Year 6 sit a mock SATs test week in March where the children sit practice papers following the timetable of the SATs week. Other lessons continue as normal around the test times. This mock test week helps to familiarise children with the structure of the upcoming SATs week and tests. It also allows teachers to assess whether the support and access arrangements need to be applied.  

Please speak to your child's class teacher if you have any questions about this support. 

sats 2022 info to parents docx.pdf

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School Journey 2024

Cuffley Launch Pack Residential 3-Day Tented Village

Y6 School Journey 2024 - initial letter

Secondary Transfer Information

Information on Secondary Transfer can be found under the Parent tab. Use the button below to be redirected there. Transition to secondary school  

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