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The spelling lists are based on the appendix to the national curriculum and match to our Scheme of Work

Spelling Year 1

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Year 1List 01 - The sounds /f/ & /s/ spelt ff & ss.SY1L1LSY1L1PSY1L1SSY1L1FSY1L1ASY1L1SaSY1L1Fe
Year 1List 02 - The sounds /l/, /z/ and /k/ spelt ll, zz and ck.SY1L2LSY1L2PSY1L2SSY1L2FSY1L2ASY1L2SaSY1L2Fe
Year 1List 03 - Ph and wh spelling.SY1L3LSY1L3PSY1L3SSY1L3FSY1L3ASY1L3SaSY1L3Fe
Year 1List 04 - The /k/ sound spelt kSY1L4LSY1L4PSY1L4SSY1L4FSY1L4ASY1L4SaSY1L4Fe
Year 1List 05 - The /n/ sound spelt nk.SY1L5LSY1L5PSY1L5SSY1L5FSY1L5ASY1L5SaSY1L5Fe
Year 1List 06 - The /v/ sound at the end of wordsSY1L6LSY1L6PSY1L6SSY1L6FSY1L6ASY1L6SaSY1L6Fe
Year 1List 07 - The digraph arSY1L7LSY1L7PSY1L7SSY1L7FSY1L7ASY1L7SaSY1L7Fe
Year 1List 08 - The digraph irSY1L8LSY1L8PSY1L8SSY1L8FSY1L8ASY1L8SaSY1L8Fe
Year 1List 09 - The digraph urSY1L9LSY1L9PSY1L9SSY1L9FSY1L9ASY1L9SaSY1L9Fe
Year 1List 10 - The digraph orSY1L10LSY1L10PSY1L10SSY1L10FSY1L10ASY1L10SaSY1L10Fe
Year 1List 11 - The digraph ou.SY1L11LSY1L11PSY1L11SSY1L11FSY1L11ASY1L11SaSY1L11Fe
Year 1List 12 - The trigraph igh.SY1L12LSY1L12PSY1L12SSY1L12FSY1L12ASY1L12SaSY1L12Fe
Year 1List 13 - The digraph awSY1L13LSY1L13PSY1L13SSY1L13FSY1L13ASY1L13SaSY1L13Fe
Year 1List 14 - The digraph auSY1L14LSY1L14PSY1L14SSY1L14FSY1L14ASY1L14SaSY1L14Fe
Year 1List 15 - The digraphs ai and oi.SY1L15LSY1L15PSY1L15SSY1L15FSY1L15ASY1L15SaSY1L15Fe
Year 1List 16 - The digraphs ay and oy.SY1L16LSY1L16PSY1L16SSY1L16FSY1L16ASY1L16SaSY1L16Fe
Year 1List 17 - The trigraph oreSY1L17LSY1L17PSY1L17SSY1L17FSY1L17ASY1L17SaSY1L17Fe
Year 1List 18 - The trigraph air and earSY1L18LSY1L18PSY1L18SSY1L18FSY1L18ASY1L18SaSY1L18Fe
Year 1List 19 - The trigraphs ear and areSY1L19LSY1L19PSY1L19SSY1L19FSY1L19ASY1L19SaSY1L19Fe
Year 1List 20 - The digraph erSY1L20LSY1L20PSY1L20SSY1L20FSY1L20ASY1L20SaSY1L20Fe
Year 1List 21 - The sound /ee/ spelt ee.SY1L21LSY1L21PSY1L21SSY1L21FSY1L21ASY1L21SaSY1L21Fe
Year 1List 22 - The digraph ea.SY1L22LSY1L22PSY1L22SSY1L22FSY1L22ASY1L22SaSY1L22Fe
Year 1List 23 - The digraph ie both sounds.SY1L23LSY1L23PSY1L23SSY1L23FSY1L23ASY1L23SaSY1L23Fe
Year 1List 24 - The digraph oo both sounds.SY1L24LSY1L24PSY1L24SSY1L24FSY1L24ASY1L24SaSY1L24Fe
Year 1List 25 - The digraph ow like snow.SY1L25LSY1L25PSY1L25SSY1L25FSY1L25ASY1L25SaSY1L25Fe
Year 1List 26 - The split digraphs a-eSY1L26LSY1L26PSY1L26SSY1L26FSY1L26ASY1L26SaSY1L26Fe
Year 1List 27 - The split digraph e-eSY1L27LSY1L27PSY1L27SSY1L27FSY1L27ASY1L27SaSY1L27Fe
Year 1List 28 - The split digraph i-eSY1L28LSY1L28PSY1L28SSY1L28FSY1L28ASY1L28SaSY1L28Fe
Year 1List 29 - The split digraph o-eSY1L29LSY1L29PSY1L29SSY1L29FSY1L29ASY1L29SaSY1L29Fe
Year 1List 30 - The split digraph u-e both sounds.SY1L30LSY1L30PSY1L30SSY1L30FSY1L30ASY1L30SaSY1L30Fe
Year 1List 31 - The sound /oa/ spelt oa, ow & oe.SY1L31LSY1L31PSY1L31SSY1L31FSY1L31ASY1L31SaSY1L31Fe
Year 1List 32 - The digraphs ue and the ew.SY1L32LSY1L32PSY1L32SSY1L32FSY1L32ASY1L32SaSY1L32Fe
Year 1List 33 - Division of words into syllablesSY1L33LSY1L33PSY1L33SSY1L33FSY1L33ASY1L33SaSY1L33Fe
Year 1List 34 - Adding the prefix un-SY1L34LSY1L34PSY1L34SSY1L34FSY1L34ASY1L34SaSY1L34Fe
Year 1List 35 - Words ending –ySY1L35LSY1L35PSY1L35SSY1L35FSY1L35ASY1L35SaSY1L35Fe
Year 1List 36 - Words ending in -tch.SY1L36LSY1L36PSY1L36SSY1L36FSY1L36ASY1L36SaSY1L36Fe
Year 1List 37 - Adding -s and -es to nounsSY1L37LSY1L37PSY1L37SSY1L37FSY1L37ASY1L37SaSY1L37Fe
Year 1List 38 - Adding -s and -es to verbsSY1L38LSY1L38PSY1L38SSY1L38FSY1L38ASY1L38SaSY1L38Fe
Year 1List 39 - Adding the endings -ing, –ed and –er to verbs where no change is needed to the root wordSY1L39LSY1L39PSY1L39SSY1L39FSY1L39ASY1L39SaSY1L39Fe
Year 1List 40 - Adding –er and –est to adjectives where no change is needed to the root wordSY1L40LSY1L40PSY1L40SSY1L40FSY1L40ASY1L40SaSY1L40Fe
Year 1List 41 - Compound words 1SY1L41LSY1L41PSY1L41SSY1L41FSY1L41ASY1L41SaSY1L41Fe

Spelling Year 2

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Year 2The /n/ sound spelt kn- and (less often) gn- at the beginning of words.SY2T1AW1LSY2T1AW1PSY2T1AW1SSY2T1AW1FSY2T1AW1ASY2T1AW1SaSY2T1AW1Fe
Year 2The /r/ sound spelt wr- at the beginning of words.SY2T1AW2LSY2T1AW2PSY2T1AW2SSY2T1AW2FSY2T1AW2ASY2T1AW2SaSY2T1AW2Fe
Year 2The /s/ sound spelt c before e, i and y.SY2T1AW3LSY2T1AW3PSY2T1AW3SSY2T1AW3FSY2T1AW3ASY2T1AW3SaSY2T1AW3Fe
Year 2The /j/ sound spelt j or g.SY2T1AW4LSY2T1AW4PSY2T1AW4SSY2T1AW4FSY2T1AW4ASY2T1AW4SaSY2T1AW4Fe
Year 2The /j/ sound spelt as ge and dge.SY2T1AW5LSY2T1AW5PSY2T1AW5SSY2T1AW5FSY2T1AW5ASY2T1AW5SaSY2T1AW5Fe
Year 2Common Exception Words 1.SY2T1AW6LSY2T1AW6PSY2T1AW6SSY2T1AW6FSY2T1AW6ASY2T1AW6SaSY2T1AW6Fe
Year 2The /l/ sound spelt –le at the end of words.SY2T1BW1LSY2T1BW1PSY2T1BW1SSY2T1BW1FSY2T1BW1ASY2T1BW1SaSY2T1BW1Fe
Year 2The /l/ sound spelt –el at the end of words.SY2T1BW2LSY2T1BW2PSY2T1BW2SSY2T1BW2FSY2T1BW2ASY2T1BW2SaSY2T1BW2Fe
Year 2The /l/ sound spelt –al at the end of words.SY2T1BW3LSY2T1BW3PSY2T1BW3SSY2T1BW3FSY2T1BW3ASY2T1BW3SaSY2T1BW3Fe
Year 2Words ending –il.SY2T1BW4LSY2T1BW4PSY2T1BW4SSY2T1BW4FSY2T1BW4ASY2T1BW4SaSY2T1BW4Fe
Year 2Common Exception Words 2.SY2T1BW5LSY2T1BW5PSY2T1BW5SSY2T1BW5FSY2T1BW5ASY2T1BW5SaSY2T1BW5Fe
Year 2*Compound words 2.SY2T1BW6LSY2T1BW6PSY2T1BW6SSY2T1BW6FSY2T1BW6ASY2T1BW6SaSY2T1BW6Fe
Year 2The /i/ sound spelt –y at the end of words.SY2T2AW1LSY2T2AW1PSY2T2AW1SSY2T2AW1FSY2T2AW1ASY2T2AW1SaSY2T2AW1Fe
Year 2Adding –ies to words ending in –y.SY2T2AW2LSY2T2AW2PSY2T2AW2SSY2T2AW2FSY2T2AW2ASY2T2AW2SaSY2T2AW2Fe
Year 2Adding –ed, –ing, –er and –est to a root word ending in –y with a consonant before it.SY2T2AW3LSY2T2AW3PSY2T2AW3SSY2T2AW3FSY2T2AW3ASY2T2AW3SaSY2T2AW3Fe
Year 2Adding the endings – ing, –ed, –er, –est and –y to words ending in –e with a consonant before it.SY2T2AW4LSY2T2AW4PSY2T2AW4SSY2T2AW4FSY2T2AW4ASY2T2AW4SaSY2T2AW4Fe
Year 2Adding –ing, –ed, –er, –est and –y to words of one syllable ending in a single consonant letter after a single vowel letter.SY2T2AW5LSY2T2AW5PSY2T2AW5SSY2T2AW5FSY2T2AW5ASY2T2AW5SaSY2T2AW5Fe
Year 2Common Exception Words 3.SY2T2AW6LSY2T2AW6PSY2T2AW6SSY2T2AW6FSY2T2AW6ASY2T2AW6SaSY2T2AW6Fe
Year 2The /u/ sound spelt o.SY2T2BW1LSY2T2BW1PSY2T2BW1SSY2T2BW1FSY2T2BW1ASY2T2BW1SaSY2T2BW1Fe
Year 2The /ee/ sound spelt –ey.SY2T2BW2LSY2T2BW2PSY2T2BW2SSY2T2BW2FSY2T2BW2ASY2T2BW2SaSY2T2BW2Fe
Year 2The /o/ sound spelt a after w or quSY2T2BW3LSY2T2BW3PSY2T2BW3SSY2T2BW3FSY2T2BW3ASY2T2BW3SaSY2T2BW3Fe
Year 2The /ur/ sound spelt or after w.SY2T2BW4LSY2T2BW4PSY2T2BW4SSY2T2BW4FSY2T2BW4ASY2T2BW4SaSY2T2BW4Fe
Year 2The /or/ sound spelt ar after w.SY2T2BW5LSY2T2BW5PSY2T2BW5SSY2T2BW5FSY2T2BW5ASY2T2BW5SaSY2T2BW5Fe
Year 2The /zh/ sound spelt s.SY2T2BW6LSY2T2BW6PSY2T2BW6SSY2T2BW6FSY2T2BW6ASY2T2BW6SaSY2T2BW6Fe
Year 2The /or/ sound spelt a before l and ll .SY2T3AW1LSY2T3AW1PSY2T3AW1SSY2T3AW1FSY2T3AW1ASY2T3AW1SaSY2T3AW1Fe
Year 2The suffixes –ment, –ness & –ful SY2T3AW2LSY2T3AW2PSY2T3AW2SSY2T3AW2FSY2T3AW2ASY2T3AW2SaSY2T3AW2Fe
Year 2The suffixes –less and –ly.SY2T3AW3LSY2T3AW3PSY2T3AW3SSY2T3AW3FSY2T3AW3ASY2T3AW3SaSY2T3AW3Fe
Year 2Words ending in –tion.SY2T3AW4LSY2T3AW4PSY2T3AW4SSY2T3AW4FSY2T3AW4ASY2T3AW4SaSY2T3AW4Fe
Year 2Common Exception Words 4.SY2T3AW5LSY2T3AW5PSY2T3AW5SSY2T3AW5FSY2T3AW5ASY2T3AW5SaSY2T3AW5Fe
Year 2Common Exception Word 5.SY2T3AW6LSY2T3AW6PSY2T3AW6SSY2T3AW6FSY2T3AW6ASY2T3AW6SaSY2T3AW6Fe
Year 2Homophones 1.SY2T3BW1LSY2T3BW1PSY2T3BW1SSY2T3BW1FSY2T3BW1ASY2T3BW1SaSY2T3BW1Fe
Year 2Homophones and near-homophones 2.SY2T3BW2LSY2T3BW2PSY2T3BW2SSY2T3BW2FSY2T3BW2ASY2T3BW2SaSY2T3BW2Fe
Year 2Contractions.SY2T3BW3LSY2T3BW3PSY2T3BW3SSY2T3BW3FSY2T3BW3ASY2T3BW3SaSY2T3BW3Fe
Year 2The possessive apostrophe (singular nouns).SY2T3BW4LSY2T3BW4PSY2T3BW4SSY2T3BW4FSY2T3BW4ASY2T3BW4SaSY2T3BW4Fe
Year 2Common Exception Words 6SY2T3BW5LSY2T3BW5PSY2T3BW5SSY2T3BW5FSY2T3BW5ASY2T3BW5SaSY2T3BW5Fe
Year 2*Question words.SY2T3BW6LSY2T3BW6PSY2T3BW6SSY2T3BW6FSY2T3BW6ASY2T3BW6SaSY2T3BW6Fe

Spelling Year 3

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Year 3The /ay/ sound spelt ei.SY3T1AW1LSY3T1AW1PSY3T1AW1SSY3T1AW1FSY3T1AW1ASY3T1AW1SaSY3T1AW1Fe
Year 3The /ay/ sound spelt ey.SY3T1AW2LSY3T1AW2PSY3T1AW2SSY3T1AW2FSY3T1AW2ASY3T1AW2SaSY3T1AW2Fe
Year 3  Homophones and near-homophones 1.SY3T1AW3LSY3T1AW3PSY3T1AW3SSY3T1AW3FSY3T1AW3ASY3T1AW3SaSY3T1AW3Fe
Year 3Homophones and near-homophones 2.SY3T1AW4LSY3T1AW4PSY3T1AW4SSY3T1AW4FSY3T1AW4ASY3T1AW4SaSY3T1AW4Fe
Year 3The /s/ sound spelt c before e, i and y. (Year 2 revision).SY3T1AW5LSY3T1AW5PSY3T1AW5SSY3T1AW5FSY3T1AW5ASY3T1AW5SaSY3T1AW5Fe
Year 3Double consonants.SY3T1AW6LSY3T1AW6PSY3T1AW6SSY3T1AW6FSY3T1AW6ASY3T1AW6SaSY3T1AW6Fe
Year 3Suffix -ly.SY3T1BW1LSY3T1BW1PSY3T1BW1SSY3T1BW1FSY3T1BW1ASY3T1BW1SaSY3T1BW1Fe
Year 3Suffix -ly where the root word ends in y.SY3T1BW2LSY3T1BW2PSY3T1BW2SSY3T1BW2FSY3T1BW2ASY3T1BW2SaSY3T1BW2Fe
Year 3Adverbs with the suffix -ly where the root word ends in le.SY3T1BW3LSY3T1BW3PSY3T1BW3SSY3T1BW3FSY3T1BW3ASY3T1BW3SaSY3T1BW3Fe
Year 3Adverbs with the suffix -ly where the root word ends in ic .SY3T1BW4LSY3T1BW4PSY3T1BW4SSY3T1BW4FSY3T1BW4ASY3T1BW4SaSY3T1BW4Fe
Year 3Adverbs with the suffix -ly exceptions & consolidation.SY3T1BW5LSY3T1BW5PSY3T1BW5SSY3T1BW5FSY3T1BW5ASY3T1BW5SaSY3T1BW5Fe
Year 3The prefix dis–.SY3T2AW1LSY3T2AW1PSY3T2AW1SSY3T2AW1FSY3T2AW1ASY3T2AW1SaSY3T2AW1Fe
Year 3The prefix mis–.SY3T2AW2LSY3T2AW2PSY3T2AW2SSY3T2AW2FSY3T2AW2ASY3T2AW2SaSY3T2AW2Fe
Year 3The prefix re-.SY3T2AW3LSY3T2AW3PSY3T2AW3SSY3T2AW3FSY3T2AW3ASY3T2AW3SaSY3T2AW3Fe
Year 3Adding suffixes beginning with vowel letters to words of more than one syllable.SY3T2AW4LSY3T2AW4PSY3T2AW4SSY3T2AW4FSY3T2AW4ASY3T2AW4SaSY3T2AW4Fe
Year 3*Split digraph i-e with a short & long vowel sound (Year 1 revision).SY3T2AW5LSY3T2AW5PSY3T2AW5SSY3T2AW5FSY3T2AW5ASY3T2AW5SaSY3T2AW5Fe
Year 3The /n/ sound spelt kn and gn at the beginning of words. (Year 2 revision).SY3T2AW6LSY3T2AW6PSY3T2AW6SSY3T2AW6FSY3T2AW6ASY3T2AW6SaSY3T2AW6Fe
Year 3The /k/ sound spelt ch.SY3T2BW1LSY3T2BW1PSY3T2BW1SSY3T2BW1FSY3T2BW1ASY3T2BW1SaSY3T2BW1Fe
Year 3The /sh/ sound spelt ch.SY3T2BW2LSY3T2BW2PSY3T2BW2SSY3T2BW2FSY3T2BW2ASY3T2BW2SaSY3T2BW2Fe
Year 3Words ending with the /g/& /k/ sound spelt gue and que.SY3T2BW3LSY3T2BW3PSY3T2BW3SSY3T2BW3FSY3T2BW3ASY3T2BW3SaSY3T2BW3Fe
Year 3The /s/ sound spelt scSY3T2BW4LSY3T2BW4PSY3T2BW4SSY3T2BW4FSY3T2BW4ASY3T2BW4SaSY3T2BW4Fe
Year 3The /i/ sound spelt y.SY3T2BW5LSY3T2BW5PSY3T2BW5SSY3T2BW5FSY3T2BW5ASY3T2BW5SaSY3T2BW5Fe
Year 3The /u/ sound spelt ou.SY3T2BW6LSY3T2BW6PSY3T2BW6SSY3T2BW6FSY3T2BW6ASY3T2BW6SaSY3T2BW6Fe
Year 3*Words containing the letter string ough.SY3T3AW1LSY3T3AW1PSY3T3AW1SSY3T3AW1FSY3T3AW1ASY3T3AW1SaSY3T3AW1Fe
Year 3*Days of the Week & Seasons.SY3T3AW2LSY3T3AW2PSY3T3AW2SSY3T3AW2FSY3T3AW2ASY3T3AW2SaSY3T3AW2Fe
Year 3*Months of the YearSY3T3AW3LSY3T3AW3PSY3T3AW3SSY3T3AW3FSY3T3AW3ASY3T3AW3SaSY3T3AW3Fe
Year 3*Time & PlaceSY3T3AW4LSY3T3AW4PSY3T3AW4SSY3T3AW4FSY3T3AW4ASY3T3AW4SaSY3T3AW4Fe
Year 3*Cross curricular.SY3T3AW5LSY3T3AW5PSY3T3AW5SSY3T3AW5FSY3T3AW5ASY3T3AW5SaSY3T3AW5Fe
Year 3*Direction Dimension & Amount.SY3T3AW6LSY3T3AW6PSY3T3AW6SSY3T3AW6FSY3T3AW6ASY3T3AW6SaSY3T3AW6Fe
Year 3*The vowel digraph ea and trigraph ear.SY3T3BW1LSY3T3BW1PSY3T3BW1SSY3T3BW1FSY3T3BW1ASY3T3BW1SaSY3T3BW1Fe
Year 3*Word family – sol.SY3T3BW2LSY3T3BW2PSY3T3BW2SSY3T3BW2FSY3T3BW2ASY3T3BW2SaSY3T3BW2Fe
Year 3*Word families – dec, cent, milli & micro.SY3T3BW3LSY3T3BW3PSY3T3BW3SSY3T3BW3FSY3T3BW3ASY3T3BW3SaSY3T3BW3Fe
Year 3*ConjunctionsSY3T3BW4LSY3T3BW4PSY3T3BW4SSY3T3BW4FSY3T3BW4ASY3T3BW4SaSY3T3BW4Fe
Year 3*PrepositionsSY3T3BW5LSY3T3BW5PSY3T3BW5SSY3T3BW5FSY3T3BW5ASY3T3BW5SaSY3T3BW5Fe
Year 3*Long /ee/ sound spelt y at the end of words.SY3T3BW6LSY3T3BW6PSY3T3BW6SSY3T3BW6FSY3T3BW6ASY3T3BW6SaSY3T3BW6Fe

Spelling Year 4

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Year 4Prefix in-.SY4T1AW1LSY4T1AW1PSY4T1AW1SSY4T1AW1FSY4T1AW1ASY4T1AW1SaSY4T1AW1Fe
Year 4Prefix im-.SY4T1AW2LSY4T1AW2PSY4T1AW2SSY4T1AW2FSY4T1AW2ASY4T1AW2SaSY4T1AW2Fe
Year 4Prefix il- and ir-.SY4T1AW3LSY4T1AW3PSY4T1AW3SSY4T1AW3FSY4T1AW3ASY4T1AW3SaSY4T1AW3Fe
Year 4Prefix sub- and super-.SY4T1AW4LSY4T1AW4PSY4T1AW4SSY4T1AW4FSY4T1AW4ASY4T1AW4SaSY4T1AW4Fe
Year 4Prefix inter-.SY4T1AW5LSY4T1AW5PSY4T1AW5SSY4T1AW5FSY4T1AW5ASY4T1AW5SaSY4T1AW5Fe
Year 4Prefix anti- & auto-.SY4T1AW6LSY4T1AW6PSY4T1AW6SSY4T1AW6FSY4T1AW6ASY4T1AW6SaSY4T1AW6Fe
Year 4*Adverbs of MannerSY4T1BW1LSY4T1BW1PSY4T1BW1SSY4T1BW1FSY4T1BW1ASY4T1BW1SaSY4T1BW1Fe
Year 4*Adverbs of TimeSY4T1BW2LSY4T1BW2PSY4T1BW2SSY4T1BW2FSY4T1BW2ASY4T1BW2SaSY4T1BW2Fe
Year 4*Adverbs of PlaceSY4T1BW3LSY4T1BW3PSY4T1BW3SSY4T1BW3FSY4T1BW3ASY4T1BW3SaSY4T1BW3Fe
Year 4Nouns ending in -ation.SY4T1BW4LSY4T1BW4PSY4T1BW4SSY4T1BW4FSY4T1BW4ASY4T1BW4SaSY4T1BW4Fe
Year 4Year 3 & 4 Word List 1.SY4T1BW5LSY4T1BW5PSY4T1BW5SSY4T1BW5FSY4T1BW5ASY4T1BW5SaSY4T1BW5Fe
Year 4Year 3 & 4 Word List 2.SY4T1BW6LSY4T1BW6PSY4T1BW6SSY4T1BW6FSY4T1BW6ASY4T1BW6SaSY4T1BW6Fe
Year 4Word ending sounds /zhuh/ spelt -sure.SY4T2AW1LSY4T2AW1PSY4T2AW1SSY4T2AW1FSY4T2AW1ASY4T2AW1SaSY4T2AW1Fe
Year 4Word ending sounds /cher/ spelt -ture.SY4T2AW2LSY4T2AW2PSY4T2AW2SSY4T2AW2FSY4T2AW2ASY4T2AW2SaSY4T2AW2Fe
Year 4Words ending /shuhn/ spelt -sion.SY4T2AW3LSY4T2AW3PSY4T2AW3SSY4T2AW3FSY4T2AW3ASY4T2AW3SaSY4T2AW3Fe
Year 4Words ending /shuhn/ spelt -ssion.SY4T2AW4LSY4T2AW4PSY4T2AW4SSY4T2AW4FSY4T2AW4ASY4T2AW4SaSY4T2AW4Fe
Year 4Words ending /shuhn/ spelt -tion.SY4T2AW5LSY4T2AW5PSY4T2AW5SSY4T2AW5FSY4T2AW5ASY4T2AW5SaSY4T2AW5Fe
Year 4Words ending /shuhn/ spelt -cian.SY4T2AW6LSY4T2AW6PSY4T2AW6SSY4T2AW6FSY4T2AW6ASY4T2AW6SaSY4T2AW6Fe
Year 4Suffix -ous with no change to the root word.SY4T2BW1LSY4T2BW1PSY4T2BW1SSY4T2BW1FSY4T2BW1ASY4T2BW1SaSY4T2BW1Fe
Year 4Suffix -ous with no root word.SY4T2BW2LSY4T2BW2PSY4T2BW2SSY4T2BW2FSY4T2BW2ASY4T2BW2SaSY4T2BW2Fe
Year 4Suffix -ous where –our is changed to –or before –ous is added.SY4T2BW3LSY4T2BW3PSY4T2BW3SSY4T2BW3FSY4T2BW3ASY4T2BW3SaSY4T2BW3Fe
Year 4Suffix -ous where the word ends in -y become i.SY4T2BW4LSY4T2BW4PSY4T2BW4SSY4T2BW4FSY4T2BW4ASY4T2BW4SaSY4T2BW4Fe
Year 4Suffix -ous where root word ends in e.SY4T2BW5LSY4T2BW5PSY4T2BW5SSY4T2BW5FSY4T2BW5ASY4T2BW5SaSY4T2BW5Fe
Year 4Suffix -ous – consolidation.SY4T2BW6LSY4T2BW6PSY4T2BW6SSY4T2BW6FSY4T2BW6ASY4T2BW6SaSY4T2BW6Fe
Year 4Possessive apostrophe with plural words.SY4T3AW1LSY4T3AW1PSY4T3AW1SSY4T3AW1FSY4T3AW1ASY4T3AW1SaSY4T3AW1Fe
Year 4*The suffix -ary.SY4T3AW2LSY4T3AW2PSY4T3AW2SSY4T3AW2FSY4T3AW2ASY4T3AW2SaSY4T3AW2Fe
Year 4*Words spelt -ar.SY4T3AW3LSY4T3AW3PSY4T3AW3SSY4T3AW3FSY4T3AW3ASY4T3AW3SaSY4T3AW3Fe
Year 4*Words spelt -er.SY4T3AW4LSY4T3AW4PSY4T3AW4SSY4T3AW4FSY4T3AW4ASY4T3AW4SaSY4T3AW4Fe
Year 4*Word families – uni, bi, tri & quad.SY4T3AW5LSY4T3AW5PSY4T3AW5SSY4T3AW5FSY4T3AW5ASY4T3AW5SaSY4T3AW5Fe
Year 4*Word families – pent, hex, oct, & dec. SY4T3AW6LSY4T3AW6PSY4T3AW6SSY4T3AW6FSY4T3AW6ASY4T3AW6SaSY4T3AW6Fe
Year 4*Word families – acro, acu/accu & aero.SY4T3BW1LSY4T3BW1PSY4T3BW1SSY4T3BW1FSY4T3BW1ASY4T3BW1SaSY4T3BW1Fe
Year 4*Word families – anni/annu, aqu & Astro.SY4T3BW2LSY4T3BW2PSY4T3BW2SSY4T3BW2FSY4T3BW2ASY4T3BW2SaSY4T3BW2Fe
Year 4*Word families – bi & bio.SY4T3BW3LSY4T3BW3PSY4T3BW3SSY4T3BW3FSY4T3BW3ASY4T3BW3SaSY4T3BW3Fe
Year 4*Word families – cert, chrono & circ.SY4T3BW4LSY4T3BW4PSY4T3BW4SSY4T3BW4FSY4T3BW4ASY4T3BW4SaSY4T3BW4Fe
Year 4*Word families – co & corp.SY4T3BW5LSY4T3BW5PSY4T3BW5SSY4T3BW5FSY4T3BW5ASY4T3BW5SaSY4T3BW5Fe
Year 4*Word families – demo, dent & dia.SY4T3BW6LSY4T3BW6PSY4T3BW6SSY4T3BW6FSY4T3BW6ASY4T3BW6SaSY4T3BW6Fe

Spelling Year 5 & 6

  Learn ActivityPractise ActivitySnake GameFrogger GameAnagram GameSailing GameFeast Game
Year 5/6Words with endings that sound like /shuhs/ spelt with –cious.SY5T1AW1LSY5T1AW1PSY5T1AW1SSY5T1AW1FSY5T1AW1ASY5T1AW1SaSY5T1AW1Fe
Year 5/6Words with endings that sound like /shuhs/ spelt with –tious or -ious.SY5T1AW2LSY5T1AW2PSY5T1AW2SSY5T1AW2FSY5T1AW2ASY5T1AW2SaSY5T1AW2Fe
Year 5/6*The sound /i/ spelt y (revision from year 3 & 4).SY5T1AW3LSY5T1AW3PSY5T1AW3SSY5T1AW3FSY5T1AW3ASY5T1AW3SaSY5T1AW3Fe
Year 5/6*Words that start with ‘con-’.SY5T1AW4LSY5T1AW4PSY5T1AW4SSY5T1AW4FSY5T1AW4ASY5T1AW4SaSY5T1AW4Fe
Year 5/6*Words ending /shuhn/ spelt -tion.SY5T1AW5LSY5T1AW5PSY5T1AW5SSY5T1AW5FSY5T1AW5ASY5T1AW5SaSY5T1AW5Fe
Year 5/6*The /l/ or /əl/ sound spelt –le at the end of words. (Year 3 revision).SY5T1AW6LSY5T1AW6PSY5T1AW6SSY5T1AW6FSY5T1AW6ASY5T1AW6SaSY5T1AW6Fe
Year 5/6Adjectives ending in -ant into nouns ending in -ance/-ation .SY5T1BW1LSY5T1BW1PSY5T1BW1SSY5T1BW1FSY5T1BW1ASY5T1BW1SaSY5T1BW1Fe
Year 5/6Adjectives ending in -ent into nouns ending in -ence/-ency.SY5T1BW2LSY5T1BW2PSY5T1BW2SSY5T1BW2FSY5T1BW2ASY5T1BW2SaSY5T1BW2Fe
Year 5/6Words ending in -able.SY5T1BW3LSY5T1BW3PSY5T1BW3SSY5T1BW3FSY5T1BW3ASY5T1BW3SaSY5T1BW3Fe
Year 5/6Words ending in -able & -eable.SY5T1BW4LSY5T1BW4PSY5T1BW4SSY5T1BW4FSY5T1BW4ASY5T1BW4SaSY5T1BW4Fe
Year 5/6Words ending in -ible.SY5T1BW5LSY5T1BW5PSY5T1BW5SSY5T1BW5FSY5T1BW5ASY5T1BW5SaSY5T1BW5Fe
Year 5/6Words that end in -ibly.SY5T1BW6LSY5T1BW6PSY5T1BW6SSY5T1BW6FSY5T1BW6ASY5T1BW6SaSY5T1BW6Fe
Year 5/6*Words spelt ie.SY5T2AW1LSY5T2AW1PSY5T2AW1SSY5T2AW1FSY5T2AW1ASY5T2AW1SaSY5T2AW1Fe
Year 5/6Words with a long /ee/ sound spelt ie or ei after c (and the exceptions).SY5T2AW2LSY5T2AW2PSY5T2AW2SSY5T2AW2FSY5T2AW2ASY5T2AW2SaSY5T2AW2Fe
Year 5/6Words where c makes an /s/ sound before i, e and y.SY5T2AW3LSY5T2AW3PSY5T2AW3SSY5T2AW3FSY5T2AW3ASY5T2AW3SaSY5T2AW3Fe
Year 5/6Hyphens: To join a prefix ending in a vowel to a root word beginning with a vowel.SY5T2AW4LSY5T2AW4PSY5T2AW4SSY5T2AW4FSY5T2AW4ASY5T2AW4SaSY5T2AW4Fe
Year 5/6*Words ending -ment.SY5T2AW5LSY5T2AW5PSY5T2AW5SSY5T2AW5FSY5T2AW5ASY5T2AW5SaSY5T2AW5Fe
Year 5/6*Words ending -ity.SY5T2AW6LSY5T2AW6PSY5T2AW6SSY5T2AW6FSY5T2AW6ASY5T2AW6SaSY5T2AW6Fe
Year 5/6  Adding suffixes beginning with vowel letters to words ending in -fer.SY5T2BW1LSY5T2BW1PSY5T2BW1SSY5T2BW1FSY5T2BW1ASY5T2BW1SaSY5T2BW1Fe
Year 5/6  Words with endings which sound like /shuhl/ after a vowel spelt -cial.SY5T2BW2LSY5T2BW2PSY5T2BW2SSY5T2BW2FSY5T2BW2ASY5T2BW2SaSY5T2BW2Fe
Year 5/6  Words with endings which sound like /shuhl/ after a consonant spelt -tial.SY5T2BW3LSY5T2BW3PSY5T2BW3SSY5T2BW3FSY5T2BW3ASY5T2BW3SaSY5T2BW3Fe
Year 5/6  *Words beginning acc-.SY5T2BW4LSY5T2BW4PSY5T2BW4SSY5T2BW4FSY5T2BW4ASY5T2BW4SaSY5T2BW4Fe
Year 5/6  *Words beginning occ-.SY5T2BW5LSY5T2BW5PSY5T2BW5SSY5T2BW5FSY5T2BW5ASY5T2BW5SaSY5T2BW5Fe
Year 5/6  *Words ending in -antSY5T2BW6LSY5T2BW6PSY5T2BW6SSY5T2BW6FSY5T2BW6ASY5T2BW6SaSY5T2BW6Fe
Year 5/6*Words containing the letter string ough.SY5T3AW1LSY5T3AW1PSY5T3AW1SSY5T3AW1FSY5T3AW1ASY5T3AW1SaSY5T3AW1Fe
Year 5/6*Words ending in -ate.SY5T3AW2LSY5T3AW2PSY5T3AW2SSY5T3AW2FSY5T3AW2ASY5T3AW2SaSY5T3AW2Fe
Year 5/6*Words ending in -ture (inc year 4 content).SY5T3AW3LSY5T3AW3PSY5T3AW3SSY5T3AW3FSY5T3AW3ASY5T3AW3SaSY5T3AW3Fe
Year 5/6*Words ending in -age.SY5T3AW4LSY5T3AW4PSY5T3AW4SSY5T3AW4FSY5T3AW4ASY5T3AW4SaSY5T3AW4Fe
Year 5/6*Words ending in -ary.SY5T3AW5LSY5T3AW5PSY5T3AW5SSY5T3AW5FSY5T3AW5ASY5T3AW5SaSY5T3AW5Fe
Year 5/6*Suffix -ly (inc year 3 content) .SY5T3AW6LSY5T3AW6PSY5T3AW6SSY5T3AW6FSY5T3AW6ASY5T3AW6SaSY5T3AW6Fe
Year 5/6*Prefix -inter.SY5T3BW1LSY5T3BW1PSY5T3BW1SSY5T3BW1FSY5T3BW1ASY5T3BW1SaSY5T3BW1Fe
Year 5/6*Double consonant.SY5T3BW2LSY5T3BW2PSY5T3BW2SSY5T3BW2FSY5T3BW2ASY5T3BW2SaSY5T3BW2Fe
Year 5/6*Year 5 & 6 Word List 1.SY5T3BW3LSY5T3BW3PSY5T3BW3SSY5T3BW3FSY5T3BW3ASY5T3BW3SaSY5T3BW3Fe
Year 5/6*Year 5 & 6 Word List 2.SY5T3BW4LSY5T3BW4PSY5T3BW4SSY5T3BW4FSY5T3BW4ASY5T3BW4SaSY5T3BW4Fe
Year 5/6*Modal verbs.SY5T3BW5LSY5T3BW5PSY5T3BW5SSY5T3BW5FSY5T3BW5ASY5T3BW5SaSY5T3BW5Fe
Year 5/6*Word families – dis & durSY5T3BW6LSY5T3BW6PSY5T3BW6SSY5T3BW6FSY5T3BW6ASY5T3BW6SaSY5T3BW6Fe
Year 5/6  *Synonyms 1.SY6T1AW1LSY6T1AW1PSY6T1AW1SSY6T1AW1FSY6T1AW1ASY6T1AW1SaSY6T1AW1Fe
Year 5/6  *Synonyms 2.SY6T1AW2LSY6T1AW2PSY6T1AW2SSY6T1AW2FSY6T1AW2ASY6T1AW2SaSY6T1AW2Fe
Year 5/6  *Antonyms.SY6T1AW3LSY6T1AW3PSY6T1AW3SSY6T1AW3FSY6T1AW3ASY6T1AW3SaSY6T1AW3Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – com & contra.SY6T1AW4LSY6T1AW4PSY6T1AW4SSY6T1AW4FSY6T1AW4ASY6T1AW4SaSY6T1AW4Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – equ, ex & extra.SY6T1AW5LSY6T1AW5PSY6T1AW5SSY6T1AW5FSY6T1AW5ASY6T1AW5SaSY6T1AW5Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – gen, geo & graph.SY6T1AW6LSY6T1AW6PSY6T1AW6SSY6T1AW6FSY6T1AW6ASY6T1AW6SaSY6T1AW6Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – labor & liber .SY6T1BW1LSY6T1BW1PSY6T1BW1SSY6T1BW1FSY6T1BW1ASY6T1BW1SaSY6T1BW1Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families - loc & log.SY6T1BW2LSY6T1BW2PSY6T1BW2SSY6T1BW2FSY6T1BW2ASY6T1BW2SaSY6T1BW2Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – maxi & mini.SY6T1BW3LSY6T1BW3PSY6T1BW3SSY6T1BW3FSY6T1BW3ASY6T1BW3SaSY6T1BW3Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – mid & mal.SY6T1BW4LSY6T1BW4PSY6T1BW4SSY6T1BW4FSY6T1BW4ASY6T1BW4SaSY6T1BW4Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – mono & du.SY6T1BW5LSY6T1BW5PSY6T1BW5SSY6T1BW5FSY6T1BW5ASY6T1BW5SaSY6T1BW5Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – nat & mort.SY6T1BW6LSY6T1BW6PSY6T1BW6SSY6T1BW6FSY6T1BW6ASY6T1BW6SaSY6T1BW6Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – non & neg.SY6T3AW1LSY6T3AW1PSY6T3AW1SSY6T3AW1FSY6T3AW1ASY6T3AW1SaSY6T3AW1Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – nov & numer.SY6T3AW2LSY6T3AW2PSY6T3AW2SSY6T3AW2FSY6T3AW2ASY6T3AW2SaSY6T3AW2Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – omni & para.SY6T3AW3LSY6T3AW3PSY6T3AW3SSY6T3AW3FSY6T3AW3ASY6T3AW3SaSY6T3AW3Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – per & pre.SY6T3AW4LSY6T3AW4PSY6T3AW4SSY6T3AW4FSY6T3AW4ASY6T3AW4SaSY6T3AW4Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – post & pro.SY6T3AW5LSY6T3AW5PSY6T3AW5SSY6T3AW5FSY6T3AW5ASY6T3AW5SaSY6T3AW5Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – re & reg.SY6T3AW6LSY6T3AW6PSY6T3AW6SSY6T3AW6FSY6T3AW6ASY6T3AW6SaSY6T3AW6Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – rupt & trans.SY6T3BW1LSY6T3BW1PSY6T3BW1SSY6T3BW1FSY6T3BW1ASY6T3BW1SaSY6T3BW1Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – sect & super.SY6T3BW2LSY6T3BW2PSY6T3BW2SSY6T3BW2FSY6T3BW2ASY6T3BW2SaSY6T3BW2Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – tele & terr.SY6T3BW3LSY6T3BW3PSY6T3BW3SSY6T3BW3FSY6T3BW3ASY6T3BW3SaSY6T3BW3Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – scribe/scrip.SY6T3BW4LSY6T3BW4PSY6T3BW4SSY6T3BW4FSY6T3BW4ASY6T3BW4SaSY6T3BW4Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – ver & verb.SY6T3BW5LSY6T3BW5PSY6T3BW5SSY6T3BW5FSY6T3BW5ASY6T3BW5SaSY6T3BW5Fe
Year 5/6  *Word families – aud, vid & vac.SY6T3BW6LSY6T3BW6PSY6T3BW6SSY6T3BW6FSY6T3BW6ASY6T3BW6SaSY6T3BW6Fe

MTC

Students can enter the codes below into our student app to be taken directly to the corresponding activity. The following morning between 6am and 7am (GMT) teachers associated with that class receive a list of results. 

Emile’s MTC activities mimic the DfE’s own test in terms of layout, time per question, and look. 

ContentTask Code
MTC 2 & 10MTC1P
MTC 2, 5 & 10MTC2P
MTC 2, 3, 5 & 10MTC3P
MTC 2, 3, 4, 5 & 10MTC4P
MTC 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 & 10MTC5P
MTC 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 & 10MTC6P
MTC 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 & 11MTC7P
MTC 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 & 11MTC8P
MTC 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12MTC9P
MTCMTC
MTC 2's onlyMTC2
MTC 3's onlyMTC3
MTC 4's onlyMTC4
MTC 5's onlyMTC5
MTC 6's onlyMTC6
MTC 7's onlyMTC7
MTC 8's onlyMTC8
MTC 9's onlyMTC9
MTC 10's onlyMTC10
MTC 11's onlyMTC11
MTC 12's onlyMTC12

Times Tables

Students can enter the codes below into our student app to be taken directly to the corresponding activity. The following morning between 6am and 7am (GMT) teachers associated with that class receive a list of results. 

Emile’s times tables activities are split between Learn Mode Activities and Practise Mode Activities. Learn Mode provides scaffolding over 4 rounds of games, where Practise Mode tests students’ knowledge.  

ActivityTask Code
Practise Game: 1 Times TableTT1P
Practise Game: 2 Times TableTT2P
Practise Game: 10 Times TableTT10P
Practise Game: Divided by 1TTD1P
Practise Game: Divided by 2TTD2P
Practise Game: 4 Times TableTT4P
Practise Game: 5 Times TableTT5P
Practise Game: Divided by 10TTD10P
Practise Game: 3 Times TableTT3P
Practise Game: 9 Times TableTT9P
Practise Game: 11 Times TableTT11P
Practise Game: Divided by 4TTD4P
Practise Game: Divided by 5TTD5P
Practise Game: 6 Times TableTT6P
Practise Game: Divided by 3TTD3P
Practise Game: Divided by 9TTD9P
Practise Game: Divided by 11TTD11P
Practise Game: 7 Times TableTT7P
Practise Game: 8 Times TableTT8P
Practise Game: 12 Times TableTT12P
Practise Game: Divided by 6TTD6P
Practise Game: Divided by 7TTD7P
Practise Game: Divided by 8TTD8P
Practise Game: Divided by 12TTD12P
Practise Game: Multiplication of 3 single digit numbersTT3NumsP
Practise Game: Times by a Multiple of 10TT10SP
Practise Game: Times by a number almost a Multiple of 10TTA10P
Practise Game: Decimals times a Multiple of 10TTDec10P
Practise Game: CubesTTCubesP
Practise Game: Order of multiplicationTTOrdMP
Practise Game: Order of divisionTTOrdDP
Practise Game: SquaredTTSquaresP
Practise Game: Sums involving squaresTTSumSquaresP
Practise Game: Advanced divisionTTAdDiv
Practise Game: Counting up in 2sTTC2P
Practise Game: Counting up in 4sTTC4P
Practise Game: Counting up in 5sTTC5P
Practise Game: Counting up in 3sTTC3P
Practise Game: Counting up in 9sTTC9P
Practise Game: Counting up in 6sTTC6P
Practise Game: Counting up in 7sTTC7P
Practise Game: Counting up in 8sTTC8P
Practise Game: Counting up in 10sTTC10P
Learn Game: 1 Times Table LowerTT1LL
Learn Game: 1 Times Table UpperTT1UL
Learn Game: 2 Times Table LowerTT2LL
Learn Game: 2 Times Table UpperTT2UL
Learn Game: 3 Times Table LowerTT3LL
Learn Game: 3 Times Table UpperTT3UL
Learn Game: 4 Times Table LowerTT4LL
Learn Game: 4 Times Table UpperTT4UL
Learn Game: 5 Times Table LowerTT5LL
Learn Game: 5 Times Table UpperTT5UL
Learn Game: 6 Times Table LowerTT6LL
Learn Game: 6 Times Table UpperTT6UL
Learn Game: 7 Times Table LowerTT7LL
Learn Game: 7 Times Table UpperTT7UL
Learn Game: 8 Times Table LowerTT8LL
Learn Game: 8 Times Table UpperTT8UL
Learn Game: 9 Times Table LowerTT9LL
Learn Game: 9 Times Table UpperTT9UL
Learn Game: 10 Times Table LowerTT10LL
Learn Game: 10 Times Table UpperTT10UL
Learn Game: 11 Times Table LowerTT11LL
Learn Game: 11 Times Table UpperTT11UL
Learn Game: 12 Times Table LowerTT12LL
Learn Game: 12 Times Table UpperTT12UL

Grammar

Students can enter the codes below into our student app to be taken directly to the corresponding activity. The following morning between 6am and 7am (GMT) teachers associated with that class receive a list of results. 

 TopicTask Code  
Year 1Capital letters - SentencesGcap
Year 1Capital letters - Proper nounsGCapNouns
Year 1Exclamation & question marks.GExcQuest
Year 1Exclamation & question marks.Gquest
Year 1Singular and plural nounsGPl
Year 1Singular and plural nounsGsing
Year 2Spot the nounsGNoun
Year 2Proper nounsGPNoun
Year 2Common nounsGCNoun
Year 2Collective nounsGColNoun
Year 2Abstract nounGAbsNoun
Year 2VerbsGverb
Year 2StatementsGstate
Year 2CommandsGcommand
Year 2Statement, question, command or exclamatory sentence?Gsentence
Year 2SuffixesGSuffix
Year 2AdverbsGadverb
Year 2Adverb of time, manner or placeGAdverbType
Year 2Verb tense - present and pastGtense
Year 2Apostrophe Showing PossessionGAposPossess
Year 2Apostrophe Indicating ContractionGAposCont
Year 2Apostrophe - Omission or Possession?GAposType
Year 2AdjectiveGadjective
Year 2Lists & commasGlist
Year 3Comparative adjectivesGCompAdjectives
Year 3Superlative adjectivesGSupAdjectives
Year 3Articles - a, an, theGarticles
Year 3PrepositionGpreposition
Year 3PrefixesGprefix
Year 3Subordinate conjunctionsGSubConj
Year 3Subordinate clausesGSubCla
Year 3Inverted commas (or ‘speech marks’)GSpeechM
Year 4ConjunctionsGconjunctions
Year 4InfinitivesGinfinitives
Year 4DeterminersGdeterminers
Year 4PronounsGpronouns
Year 4Possessive PronounsGpossessPronouns
Year 5Relative, personal and reflexive pronounsGRelPronouns
Year 5Fronted adverbialsGFrontAdverbial
Year 5AdverbialsGadverbial
Year 5Relative pronounsGRelRefPronouns
Year 5Modal verbsGmodalverbs
Year 5Past progressiveGPastProgress
Year 5Simple pastGSimplePast
Year 6Present progressiveGPresentProg
Year 6Subject & objectGsubject
Year 6Subject & objectGobject
Year 6SynonymsGsyn
Year 6Passive or activeGpassive
Year 6Passive or activeGactive
Year 6AntonymsGantonyms
Year 6HomophonesGhomophones

Algebra

Students can enter the codes below into our student app to be taken directly to the corresponding activity. The following morning between 6am and 7am (GMT) teachers associated with that class receive a list of results. 

TopicExample QuestionTask Code
Simple Formula AdditionIf x + 2 = 10, what is x?AlgAdd
Simple Formula SubtractionIf x - 4 = 8, what is x?AlgSub
Simple Formula MultiplicationIf 3x = 6, what is x?AlgMult
Simple Formula Answer AdditionIf x = 4, then 2x + 3 equals what?AlgAdd2
Simple Formula Answer SubtractionIf x = 4, then 3x - 6 equals what?AlgSub2
Linear SequencesWhat is the rule for this sequence?AlgSeq
Pairs of Numbers (Easy)Which pair of numbers adds up to 10?AlgPairs
Pairs of Numbers (Hard)Which pair of numbers satisfies the equation 2x + 3y = 14?AlgPairs+
Equivalent Equations MultiplicationWhich equation is equivalent to: 6ab?AlgEquivMult
Equivalent Equations AdditionWhich equation is equivalent to: 2x + 4y?AlgEquivAdd
Algebraic ExpressionIf we double the number x and add 7, how do we express this algebraically?AlgExpress

Geometry

Students can enter the codes below into our student app to be taken directly to the corresponding activity. The following morning between 6am and 7am (GMT) teachers associated with that class receive a list of results. 

TopicQuestionTask Code
2-D shapesWhat is this shape called?G2dshapes
3-D shapesWhat is this shape called?G3dshapes
Whole, half, quarter and three-quarter turnsHow far has the hand turned?GQuartTurns
Describe position, direction and movement.From your perspective, where is the red square relative to the blue circle?Gposition1
Properties of 2-D shapesHow many sides does this shape have?G2dProp
2-D shapes on the surface of 3-D shapesWhat shape is the face of the cube?G3dfaces
Ordering shapesPut these shapes in order of increasing number of sidesGordershapes
Right angles & turnsHow many right angles has the arrow turned through?Gright1
Position, direction and movement.If the needle turned half a turn clockwise, what would it be pointing at?GPosition2
Recognising 3-D shapesWhat shape is this?G3dshapes2
Shape propertiesHow many sides are there on three triangles?GShapeProp
Right angles & turnsIs angle 'A' bigger or smaller than a right angle?GRight2
Horizontal, vertical, perpendicular and parallel linesIs this line horizontal or vertical?GHorVert
Comparing shapesWhat kind of shape is this?Gshapes
Acute & obtuse anglesWhat kind of angle is this?Gangles1
Lines of symmetryIs this a line of symmetry?Gsymm
2d coordinatesWhat are the coordinates of point x?G2dCoord
TranslationsHow has this shape been translated?Gtrans1
Shapes on a gridIf the following points are plotted and connected, what shape is formed? (1,1)(3,1)(1,3)(3,3)GShapesGrid
3-D shape plansWhat 3D shape can be made from this 2D plan?G3dPlans
AnglesWhat type of angle is this?Gangles2
Properties of rectanglesWhat is the length of the indicated side?Grect
Regular and irregular shapesIs this a regular polygon?Gregirregshapes
Translations & reflectionsWhen this shape is reflected using the mirror line, what are the coordinates of the reflected shape?Gtrans2
Classifying shapesWhat is the value of angle 'A'?Gclassify
Parts of a circleWhich of these lines show the radius of the circle?Gcircle
Positions on a gridWhat are the coordinates of point xGgrid

Measurement

Students can enter the codes below into our student app to be taken directly to the corresponding activity. The following morning between 6am and 7am (GMT) teachers associated with that class receive a list of results. 

TopicQuestionTask Codes
Capacity & Volume 1Which of these glasses is half full?MCap1
Lengths & Heights 1Which line is the longest?ML1
Lengths & Heights 2How tall is Emile?ML2
Mass & Weights 1Which of these weights is heavier than 5kg?MMass1
Money 1What is the value of this coin?MMoney1
Time 1Which of these times is earliest?MTime1
Capacity & Volume 2Is the volume of bottle A greater than or less than the volume of bottle B?MCap2
Lengths & Heights 3Is the length of rope A greater than or less than rope B?ML3
Mass & Weights 2Is the mass on scale A greater than or less than the mass on scale B?MMass2
Capacity & Volume 3How much water is in the two bottles?MCap3
Lengths & Heights 4How long are the ropes combined?ML4
Mass & Weights 3What is the combined weight of the scales?MMass3
Time 2What time is the clock showing?MTime2
Capacity & Volume 4How many millilitres are in $ litres?MCap4
Lengths & Heights 5What is $ kilometres in metres?ML5
Mass & Weights 4How many grams are in $ kilograms?MMass4
Money 2How many pence in £$?MMoney2
Time 3How many minutes are in $ hours?MTime3
Capacity & Volume 5How many millilitres are in $ litres ^ millilitres?MCap5
Mass & Weights 5How many grams are in $ kilograms ^ grams?MMass5
Money 3What is $ pence in pounds?MMoney3
Time 4What is $ minutes in hours?MTime4
AreaIf 'A' is $cm and 'B' is ^cm, what is the area of the shape?Marea
Lengths & Heights 6Convert $ kilometres to miles.(1 kilometre = 0.62 miles)ML6
PerimeterIf 'A' is $ cm and 'B' is ^ cm, what is the perimeter of the shape?Mper

Number Sense

Students can enter the codes below into our student app to be taken directly to the corresponding activity. The following morning between 6am and 7am (GMT) teachers associated with that class receive a list of results. 

TopicQuestionTask Code
Subitizing Level 1How many Emiles?NSSub1
Subitizing Level 2How many Emiles?NSSub2
Subitizing Level 3How many Emiles?NSSub3
Subitizing Level 4How many Emiles?NSSub4
Subitizing Level 5How many Emiles?NSSub5
Number Bonds Level 1Can you find the numbers which total $?NSPairs
Number Bonds Level 1 - Part Whole ModelWhat is the number missing from the part whole model?NSPairsPW
Number Bonds Level 2Can you find the numbers which total $?NSPairs+
Number Bonds Level 2 - Part Whole ModelWhat is the number missing from the part whole model?NSPairsPW+
Addition Level 12 + 3 = ?NSAdd1
Subtraction Level 15 - 3 = ?NSSub1
Addition Level 24 + ? = 8NSAdd2
Subtraction Level 29 - ? = 3NSSub2
Base Ten Blocks 10-99What number is shown by the base ten blocks?NSBT
Place Value Grids 10-99What number is shown in the place value grid?NSPVG
Ten Frames 1-20What number is shown in the ten frame?NSTF
Part whole 10-99What number is shown in the part-whole model?NSPW

Place Value

Students can enter the codes below into our student app to be taken directly to the corresponding activity. The following morning between 6am and 7am (GMT) teachers associated with that class receive a list of results. 

TopicExample QuestionsTask Code
1 more or 1 lessWhat is 1 more than $?PV1
Numbers 1-100 in wordsWhat is the number one in numerals?PVWords
Counting up from 0 in 4s.Counting up in 4s, what is the next number?PV4
Counting up from 0 in 8s.Counting up in 8s, what is the next number?PV8
Counting up from 0 in 50s.Counting up in 50s, what is the next number?PV50
Counting up from 0 in 100s.Counting up in 100s, what is the next number?PV100
10 or 100 more or lessWhat is 10 more than the number $?PV10more
Place value in a three-digit number.Which digit in the number $ is in the ones place?PV3dignum
Using <, > and = signs on numbers up to 1,000.What is the sign missing below?PVsign1000
Numbers 1-1000 in wordsWhat is the number  three hundred and forty five in numerals?PVwords1000
Counting in 6s.Counting up in 6s, what is the next number?PV6
1-20 in wordsWhich is the number sixteen in numerals?Pvnumerals
Counting in 7s.Counting up in 7s, what is the next number?PV7
Counting in 9s.Counting up in 9s, what is the next number?PV9
Counting in 25s.Counting up in 25s, what is the next number?PV25
Counting in 1000s.Counting up in 1000s, what is the next number?PV1000
Finding 1000 more or lessWhat is 1,000 more than the number $?PV1000more
Place value in a four-digit number.Which digit in the number $ is in the ones place?PV4dignum
Counting with negative numbers.What is the next number in the sequence below?PVNeg
Using <, > and = signs on numbers more than 1,000.What is the sign missing below?PVsign1000more
Round to the nearest 10, 100 or 1,000Round the number $ to the nearest 10.PVRound
Using <, > and = signs on numbers up to 1,000,000.What is the sign missing below?Pvsignmillion
Counting up in 2s.Counting up in 2s, what is the next number?PV2
Place value in a six-digit number.Which digit in the number $ is in the tens place?PV6dignum
Counting up and down in 10s.Counting down in 10s, what is the next number?PV10
Rounding six digit numbersRound the number $ to the nearest 100,000.PVRound6Dig
Using <, > and = signs on numbers up to 10,000,000.What is the sign missing below?PVsign10million
Place value in a seven-digit number.Which digit in the number $ is in the millionths place?PL6dignum
Rounding numbersRound the number $ to the nearest 10.PVRound10
Complete the missing numberN + ? + O = P , where n is a multiple of 100, ? is a multiple of 10 and O is less than 10PVMissing
Dividing by multiples of 10N ÷ P*O = ?, where N is greater than 0 and less than 100, P is less than 10 and o is 10,100 or 1000PVDiv10
Dividing decimals by multiples of 10N ÷ P*O = ?, where N is a two digit decimal, P is less than 10 and o is 10,100 or 1000PVDivDec10
Counting up in 3s.Counting up in 3s, what is the next number?PV3
Place Value Grid Numbers 100-999What number is represented in the place value grid?PVGrid+
Place Value Grid Numbers 1,000-9,999What number is represented in the place value grid?PVGrid++
Building a six-digit number from a sum.1000000*~+ 10000*" + %*10000 + ^*1000 + $*100 + ?*10 + & = @PV6dig
Building a 3 digit number from a sum.$*100 + #*10 + & = ?PV3dig
Base Ten Blocks, Numbers 1,000-9,999What number is represented by the base ten blocks?PVBase10+
Counting up in 5s.Counting up in 5s, what is the next number?PV5
Base Ten Blocks, Numbers 100-999What number is represented by the base ten blocks?PVBase10
Odd or EvenIs the number $ odd or even?PVOddEven
Odd or Even with Place Value GridIs the number $ odd or even?PVOddEvenGrid
Building a 4 digit number from a sum.^*1000 + $*100 + #*10 + & = ?PV4dig
Part-Whole Numbers 10-99 - Missing WholeWhat number is missing from the part-whole model?PVPW
Part-Whole Numbers 10-99 - Missing PartWhat number is missing from the part-whole model?PVPW+
Counting up in 10s.Counting up in 10s, what is the next number?PV10
Place Value Grid - 1-99What number is shown in the place value grid?PVGrid
Ten Frames, Numbers 1-20What number is represented in the ten frame?PVTF
Place value in a two-digit number.Which digit in the number $ is in the ones place?PVOnes
Place value in a two-digit number.Which digit in the number $ is in the tens place?PVTens
Numbers on a number line.What number is shown on the number line below?PVNL
Using <, > and = signsWhat is the sign missing below?PVSign

Ratio

Students can enter the codes below into our student app to be taken directly to the corresponding activity. The following morning between 6am and 7am (GMT) teachers associated with that class receive a list of results. 

TopicQuestionTask Code
a:b notationWhat is the quantity of Emiles to Scramblers?Rnotation
Simplify RatiosWhat is the correct simplification of the ratio 2:2?Rsimp
Two quantitiesOliver buys 100g of Sherbet Lemons. How much money does Oliver spend?R2Quant
RecipesOliver wants to make a cake. The recipe says to use 400g of flour and three times as much sugar.Rrecipes
ScaleOliver draws a line which is 4.5cm long. Oliver then draws a line three times as long as the first line.Rscale
Similar ShapesHow much bigger is Harry's rocket than Ella 's rocket?Rshapes1
Similar Shapes 2Ella draws a triangle three times as big as a triangle with sides: 5cm, 4cm, 1cm.Rshapes2
Unequal SharingElla is making a mosaic with tiles. For every blue tile, the pattern needs 1 red tiles.Rshare
ProportionOliver has 3 pencils and Harry has 2 pencils.Rproportion
Proportion - DecimalsHarry has 2 pencils and George has 3 pencils.Rdec
Proportion - PercentagesHarry has 2 pencils and George has 3 pencils.Rperc

Roman Numerals

Students can enter the codes below into our student app to be taken directly to the corresponding activity. The following morning between 6am and 7am (GMT) teachers associated with that class receive a list of results. 

TopicQuestion Line 1Task Code
Roman Numerals 1- 12What is the following number expressed in Roman numerals?RN12
Adding & Subtracting Roman numerals 1-12What is the answer to the question below?RNAdd
Numbers to Roman Numerals 1-50What is the following number expressed in Roman numerals?RN50
Numbers to Roman Numerals 51-100What is the following number expressed in Roman numerals?RN100
Roman Numerals to Numbers 1-50What is the following Roman numeral?RN50+
Roman Numerals to Numbers 51-100What is the following Roman numeral?RN100+
Numbers to Roman Numerals 1-1000What is the following number expressed in Roman numerals?RN1000
Roman Numerals to Numbers 1-1000What is the following Roman numeral?RN1000+
Years to Roman NumeralsWhat is the year below expressed as a Roman numeral?RNYears
Roman Numerals to yearsWhat is the year below?RNYears+

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