Here are some resources to help support your child's writing during their time in Year 6.
Here you'll find all of the spelling rules and patterns that are taught throughout the year. Each week your child will receive spellings based upon each focus.
All the grammar and punctuation terminology your child needs to know can be found here. Click the link to download a glossary with examples.
Year 6 Writing
This document shows all of the words on the Year 6 word list. Try to support you child in learning how to spell them and also how to use them in their writing.
What should a great piece of writing look like in Year 6? Click on the picture below to download an example of how the different grammar and punctuation techniques can be used for maximum effect.
Your child's teacher will be looking for the following features from a Year 6 writer.
They will be expecting skills taught in previous year groups to be secure. Sentences should be grammatically correct. Capital letters and full stops should always be correctly used and children should use a range of different vocabulary and sentence starters. Apostrophes should be present in contractions and children should use a range of conjunctions.
Your child will learn the following skills: