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Welcome to Year 6

Autumn 2019

 

Lord God,
At the beginning of this new term teach us to
be your hands and feet where we are,

At the beginning of this new term teach us to
love as you love us
At the beginning of this new term teach us to
pray for those in need
So that You are honored and glorified
Amen

Our Class Wish is:

“Aspire not to have more, but to BE more”

 

We talked in Year 6 about all the amazing things we have in our lives and how lucky we are compared to many people in the UK and round the world.

 

One of the children reminded us that there are children in the world (and in the UK) that wake up each day to a very difficult life with little in the way of food, clothing, comfort or indeed - education.

 

We all agreed that we should be grateful for the many ways we have been blessed in our lives and generous in the way we share our possessions, our lives and our time…

 

   

 

Spelling: Year 6 Autumn1 Overview

Objectives that are in pink are a Y5/Y6 statutory requirement and individual words highlighted pink are from the Y5/Y6 statutory spelling list.  The additional sets either: revise previously visited spelling rules from lower year groups; practise a spelling rule linked to a Y5/Y6 statutory spelling word or relate to a word, sentence or punctuation objective from the English Appendix 2 of the NC 2014.

 

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Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Ambitious Synonyms: Adjectives

Homophones & Near Homophones:

Nouns that end in

-ce/-cy and verbs that end in -se/-sy

Adjectives ending in -ant into nouns ending in

-ance/-ancy

Adjectives ending in -ent into nouns ending in

-ence/-ency

Hyphens: To join a prefix ending in a vowel to a root word beginning with a vowel.

Hyphens: To join compound adjectives to avoid ambiguity

aggressive

hostile

awkward

obstinate desperate

frantic

disastrous calamitous marvellous

spectacular

advice

advise

device

devise

licence

license

practice

practise

prophecy

prophesy

observant observance expectant expectancy

hesitant

hesitancy

tolerant

tolerance

relevant

relevance

innocent

innocence

decent

decency

excellent excellence confident confidence

existent

existence

co-operate

co-ordinate

co-own

co-author

re-enter

re-educate

re-examine

re-evaluate

re-energise

re-elect

man-eating

little-used

rock-bottom

wide-eyed

pig-headed

tight-fisted

cold-hearted

stone-faced

green-eyed

short-tempered

 

 

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