Year 6 Homework


Useful Web pages for Maths:

BBC Maths Bitesize

Interactive Maths Games

Guide to written calculations in Year 6


Useful Web pages for English:

Interactive English games including punctuation and grammar

BBC Key Stage 2 English Revisewise

A list of useful spelling rules:


Spelling activity  (adding ed)

SPAG Revision Tests:

Relative Clauses

  • relative clause is a specific type of subordinate clause that adapts, describes or modifies a noun.
  • Relative clauses add information to sentences by using a relative pronoun such as who, that or which.
Relative pronoun Noun that the pronoun refers to
whoRefers to a person
whichRefers to an animal, place or thing
thatCan refer to a person, place or thing

They can be placed at the end of a sentence or embedded in the main clause using commas.

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Past Perfect and Present Perfect Tenses

The present perfect tense is for events which are still true now or affect us in the present.

Present perfect tense uses the auxiliary verb HAVE/HAS  before the main verb (which is in the past).


Mrs Sole has eaten the cake and there is none left.


The past perfect is used to talk about an event that was completed in the past before something else happened:

I had just finished cooking the meal when my guests arrived.
I didn’t want to watch the film, as I had already seen it.

Practise using the below link:

Walnut Homework – 21-9-17


Sheet stuck in book. This is the link for the number line homework.

Maths HW negative number lines

English- 21-9-17

English Homework 21-9-17




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