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Credenhill, Hereford

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Grammar

In Year 6 we have a lot of grammar and punctuation content to revise and learn. We have daily grammar lessons; sometimes these will be part of our literacy lessons and sometimes they will be stand alone lessons. 

AUTUMN TERM FOCUS
Revision of Y5 grammar: identifying relative clauses and relative pronouns, understanding types of parenthesis; modal verbs; and coordinating and subordinating conjunctions.

Y6 Grammar: Formal and Informal language; identifying and writing using the active and passive voice; and identifying different parts of a sentence.

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The links below will be useful throughout the year and can be used for extra practise at home anytime

The Year 5 and 6 National Curriculum grammar and punctuation requirements .

Grammarsaurus Does SATs - Subordinating conjunctions

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KS2 English GPS/SPaG SATS 2017 | Paper 1 Questions | Complete Walkthrough

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GrammarsaurusDoesSATs - Different types of clauses and a semi-colon secret! SHHHHH!

What's the difference between a main clause, subordinate clause, relative clause, independent clause and a dependent clause? And what the hell is a relative ...

Grammarsaurus does SATS - Active and passive voice

Welcome to a new series focusing on the new sample SPaG tests provided by the Govt. In this series, I will help you tackle the new terminology and requiremen...

GrammarsaurusDoesSATs - Subjunctive Form

Hi guys! Here's an explanation of the subjunctive form! It's really easy if I'm honest, check it out!! :)

Sing with Grammarsaurus - The Past and Present Progressive Tenses

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