Service

Year 6 Guided Writing

£27.99 per month

Service Duration

Monthly Subscription (cancel at any time)

Service Description

The Year 6 Guided Writing Service has been mainly put together by experts to target the writing element of the Independent Schools’ Eleven Plus Exams. Using their vast experience, they have put together complete guidances and assignment notes which will be an invaluable asset in the preparation process for your child. Even if your child is not doing the entrance exams, we hope this service will help towards their SATS exams. Our evaluation and feedback will not just mark the mistakes but also tell your child where and how they could have improved. So for example, we won’t just say add similes or improve punctuation. We will tell them where, how and what similes could have been added; where, how and what punctuation could have been used. This is what your child needs to improve and this is what we promise to do.



Here’s what is included in the Year 6 Guided Learning Service :

 

 

  • Story Writing - 6  weeks

 

 

This module takes the student through the various types of story writing. This module starts with easier types of story writing like where the title is given to much more challenging types where you have to write a story from the point of view of another character from a story. A Guidance is given to improve your child's imagination for each story and advice on what to include and what not to.

Here are some of the specific types of stories covered in the module:

  1. Story with given Titles
  2. Story with given Openers
  3. Story with given Endings
  4. Story where Ingredients are given
  5. Story from the Point of view of an object
  6. Story based on a Picture
  7. Story based on a Setting
  8. Story with a Flashback
  9. Story that is a Retake on a fairy tale
  10. Story from Point of view of another character in a fairy tale,  book or film

 

  1. Diary Writing - 4  Weeks

 

This module covers various types of diary writing. The module will start with the easier experience based diary writing and move on to diary entry of an object, animal, bird or another character.

 

Here are some of the specific types of diary writing covered in the module:

 

  1. Diary entry after an experience
  2. Diary entry of a person
  3. Diary entry of an animal or bird
  4. Diary entry of an object
  5. Diary entry of a character from a story, book or film



  1. Recount Writing - 2 weeks

Module takes the student through recount writing. The guidance includes planning notes on how to structure the recount and what language to use.

Here are some of the specific types of recount writing covered in the module:

 

  1. Recount of an Experience
  2. Recount of a memorable day
  3. Recount of overcoming a fear
  4. Recount of a trip

 

  1. Descriptive Writing -  5 weeks

Module takes the student through the various types of descriptive writing and offers comprehensive guidance on how to plan, write and review a descriptive writing task.

This module covers:

 

  1. Description of a Place
  2. Description of an Animal or Bird
  3. Description of an Object
  4. Description of a Person

 

  1. Report Writing - 8 weeks

Module takes the student through various different types of report writing including newspapers, magazines, reviews and information leaflets. The review writing is further broken down into review of a book, a toy, an experience, a film, an online game and performance.  The guidances offer comprehensive help with planning, language, length and avoiding common mistakes.

This module covers:

 

  1. Newspaper Reporting
  2. Magazine Articles
  3. Review Writing
  4. Leaflets to Inform

 

  1. Persuasive Writing -  8 weeks

 

Module takes the student through all aspects of persuasive writing. The guidance offers help with identifying the purpose and audience of each type of task and using the appropriate techniques. The topics used are appealing yet challenging to the age group.

 

This module covers:

 

  1. Balanced Arguments
  2. Persuasive (Biased) Arguments
  3. Advertisements
  4. Persuasive Leaflets  



  1. Letter Writing - 8 weeks

 

Module covers informal and formal letters. The guidances offer help with formats, language, understanding the purpose and audience.

 

  1. Informal Letters
  2. Letters to inform - This is further split into Letters to Thank, Letters of Regret and Letters to Invite.
  3. Letters to Persuade - This is further split into Letters to the Prime Minister, Letters to the Head Teacher, Letters to Santa,  Letters to the Council and Letters to Apply
  4. Letters to complain  




  1. Writing based on a given Piece of Text -  6 weeks

Module takes the student through the different genres of writing when a passage is given. The passages and genre specific guidance is also given for each task.

This module covers:

 

  1. Continuing a story from a passage
  2. Changing the point of view
  3. Arguments based on a passage
  4. Letters based on a passage
  5. Diary entries based on a passage
  6. Newspaper article based on a passage

 

  1. Autobiography & Biography -  3 weeks

 

Module covers how to write an imaginary autobiography and a biography of a famous person. A passage about the life of the person is given to help the student. The guidance provides notes on the language, grammar and structure to use along with prompts.



This module covers:

 

  1. Writing an imaginary autobiography
  2. Writing a biography



Each genre and subgenre comes with a comprehensive guidance which will tell your child everything they need to know about writing an assignment in that particular genre. Every week one assignment along with specific guidance on how to complete will be emailed to you. Upon receipt of the completed assignment, a personalised feedback and grading are provided.

Payment Instruction

This is a monthly subscription service and it can be cancelled for any future due subscription costs. The payment already made is non-refundable.

£27.99 per month