Here you will find the weekly spellings for Year 6.

Week beginning 13th November

Spelling Objective: words ending with ible and able

Red Group
noticeable
believable
possible
available
breakable
visible
incredible
likeable
probable
suitable

Yellow and Orange Group
divisible
knowledgeable
believable
considerable
invisible
questionable
measureable
audible
inflatable
durable

Blue and Green Group
inaudible
persuadable
recognisable
illegible
questionable
knowledgeable
divisible
forgettable
amicable
inconceivable

Week beginning 6th November

Spelling Objective: words ending with ant,ancy,ent and ency

Red Group
important
distance
pleasant
balance
vacancy
development
different
evidence
audience
urgency

Yellow and Orange Groups
relevant
unpleasant
importance
appearance
occupancy
environment
patient
difference
confidence
consistency

Blue and Green Groups
irrelevant
reluctant
performance
relevance
discrepancy
commitment
requirement
consequence
independence
proficiency

Week beginning 30th October

Spelling Objective: Revision of words with –tious and –cious endings.

Red Group
spacious
precious
vicious
cautious
delicious
gracious
infectious
nutritious
suspicious
ambitious

Yellow and Orange Groups
suspicious
ferocious
nutritious
fictitious
ambitious
infectious
conscious
gracious
atrocious
malicious

Blue and Green Groups
ferocious
fictitious
atrocious
malicious
unambitious
superstitious
conscientious
scrumptious
unconscious
audacious

Week beginning 2nd October

Spelling Objective: Revision of words containing the ch letter pattern sounding like /ch/, /sh/, /k/ and the sc letter pattern sounding like /s/.

Red Group
machine
ache
character
echo
stomach
scene
science
scissors
attach
muscle

Yellow and Orange Group
brochure
machinery
scheme
technology
chronological
descend
scientist
achieve
attachment
mischief

Blue and Green Group
parachute
monarch
orchestra
archaeology
choreography
fascinating
crescent
scientific
achievement
mischievous

Week beginning 25th September

Spelling Objective: Revision of words with long a sound spelt in different ways.

Red Group
eight
weight
sleigh
vein
survey
reign
beige
obey
neighbour
straight

Yellow and Orange Group
eighteen
neighbourly
disobey
spacious
maintain
communicate
persuade
reigned
surveyed
exaggerate

Blue and Green Group
ascertain
reigned
eighteenth
neighbourhood
graciously
campaign
accommodate
appreciate
disobeyed
communicate

Week beginning 11th September

Spelling Objective: Revision of words with gue and que endings.

Red Group
league
plague
rogue
tongue
vague
antique
unique
cheque
plaque
opaque

Yellow and Orange Group
fatigue
intrigue
vague
catalogue
dialogue
boutique
plaque
opaque
mosque
technique

Blue and Green Group
intrigue
epilogue
monologue
colleague
dialogue
catalogue
synagogue
technique
grotesque
picturesque