We have complied an extensive bank of home learning activities for Year 6. All links and websites are free but you may need to create an account to log in. Children are to record their learning in exercise books sent home on Wednesday 18th March.

Links will be updated regularly and please see school Facebook page (Roby Park Primary School) and class Twitter page (@Year6RobyPark) for further ideas, challenges and competitions.


Department for Education 

On 7th April 2020  Department for Education published a list of online education resources for home education.

CLICK HERE to see the list.


BBC Bitesize

From Monday 20th April, you’ll be able to access regular daily lessons in English and Maths, as well as other core subjects, in an expanded version of our website and also on special programmes broadcast on BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button.

CLICK HERE for more information, lessons and fun activities you can do at home.


The Oak National Academy

From Monday 20th April sequenced video lessons and curricular resources can be accessed to help with learning at home.

CLICK HERE for videos and resources


Children with SEND 

CLICK HERE for advice for parents and carers looking after children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)





Ideas to help with transitioning to home learning:

  •  Make your own visual timetable like we have in the classroom and decide which activities you are going to do each day.
  •  Keep to a routine as best you can.
  •  Use lots of positive praise for completing tasks.
  •  Keep learning fun and exciting! Remember Early Years is all about learning through play.



Below  are packs that can be used at home


Below are links for websites for  Maths home learning:

Below are links for websites for  English home learning:


Below is a link to free websites, apps and resources that parents an access to aid age related home learning:


Below are links to free online reading materials:


Below are links to websites to access foundation subjects:


Below are links to keep active and burn off some energy. Being physically active for at least 60 minutes each day will help with your children’s health, focus, well being and increase the enjoyment of spending more time at home.  Physical activity should be encouraged as part of a daily routine.


Below are links to Well being


Below are links to arts and craft ideas:


Below are links to webcams and live links:



Y6 have PE on Tuesday. Children are to come to school in their full school PE kit and school jumper/cardigan.


Reading Books

Y6 have their reading books changed on Thursday so please ensure children have their books with them, in their book bag. If your child needs a new password for Oxford Reading Buddy, please see you class teacher.


Home Learning

  • Children are to read for 10 minutes per night and bring their reading log in everyday, signed by an adult.
  • English and Maths home learning will come home on a Friday and should be returned by Tuesday.
  • Topic home learning is set at the beginning of each half term and has a deadline date for later in the term.
  • Talking Home Learning Tasks will be sent home every Friday. These lovely tasks give families a chance to discuss an interesting comment with a specific topic focus and then children will share their families thoughts and ideas in class, from Tuesday onwards.


Click on the links below to find out more about our half termly Topics:



Click below to find out more about our incredible English Curriculum:

If you’re looking for Reading inspiration, look no further! Click here to find out more about our Recommended Reading List for 2018-19.


Below is an overview of the Year 6 Maths curriculum taught through Power Maths:


Below is your transition letter from your class child’s class teacher, Miss Worthington.


Year 6 Tweets