BBC Bitesize algebra
Simplifying algebraic expressions
The following sites will help you to tackle the tricky bits that level 5 borderline candidates typically get stuck on. We'll do some in lessons, but it'll help you a lot if you have a go with some of them at home.
Inverse word problems - 'I think of a number...'
More inverse word problems
Guess the number from the properties
Improper fractions & mixed numbers
Good explanation of improper fractions & mixed numbers - stick with it
BBC KS3 line graphs
Line graph questions
More line graph questions
Interpreting the stories graphs tell
Using a distance table
Distance table questions
What are National Curriculum Levels?
What do the levels mean in reading?
What dot the levels mean in writing?
What do the levels mean in maths?
A guide to reading at home with your child
Parents' guides to inference
Previous SATS spellings grouped by type & made into word searches
Woodlands School parents' guide to SATS
Maths passports & websites to practice them
Top tips for using the internet for SATs preparation
Education City (your child has their own login)
BBC KS2 Bitesize (for Level 4 work)
BBC KS3 Bitesize (for Level 5 and Level 6 work)
Brinsworth Manor Junior School Links (the best education links in all Rotherham!)
Y6 Revision Bootcamps (email@example.com; the password is roofline)
Talking to your child about internet safety
SaferInternet parents' page
CyberGrammar (for parents)
Topmarks (a selection of SPaG activities)
Save the Comma (punctuation game)
Spellzone (beat-the-clock spelling game)
A selection of sample Year 6 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar test papers are also available at the bottom of the page.
Suggested home revision schedule:
Brinsworth Manor Junior School Y6 blog