Year Six

Miss Deery
YEAR 6

Welcome to Year 6

We are excited about the year ahead and are looking forward to the challenges that we face along the way. During the year our children are ready to work hard to achieve their full potential. We have activated our year by jumping into our new World War topic. Throughout this term we will be learning about how the war has changed Britain, looking especially at The Battle of Britain.

Throughout this year we will be preparing the children for the SAT’s.  The tests will include; Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation, arithmetic, reasoning and reading. We also plan to have fun throughout this busy year while enhancing your child’s enthusiasm for learning.

You can assist your child by helping them with their homework and ensuring they have it in on time. If you would like any extra work or have any other queries do not hesitate to contact the school office and make an appointment.

Year 6 School Council representatives are:

 

Bug Hotels

For science week Year 6 have been creating bug hotels.  We chose names for them and some of the children used homophones and created really clever hotel names, such as "Bee Our Guest." We are now going to put them outside and see which hotel is the most...

Year 6 – Exercise

Year six have been investigating which exercises raise their heart rate.  We have taken our pulses at rest and then again after exercise, recorded and analysed the...

KS2 Music Workshop

The children in Year 3 to 6 have taken part in music workshop this morning.  They enjoyed singing and playing instruments.  There was even some dressing...

Antarctica

Year 6 have enjoyed a Geography lesson learning about Glacier in...

Judo

We welcomed Destination Judo into school today.  They provided taster sessions for our KS2 children, which they all really...

Carol Service

We have enjoyed a wonderful afternoon of Carol singing courtesy of the beautiful voices in KS2.  Thank you to all the parents, carers and grandparents who came along to...

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