Welcome to Year 6
Our teacher in Year 6 is Mr Stevenson.
Mrs Senior is our teaching assistant.
These are our topics for this year:
Autumn Term 1 - Blood Heart
Autumn Term 2 - Frozen Kingdom
Spring Term 1 and 2 - A Child's War
Summer Term 1 and 2 - Darwin's Delights
We encourage the children to remember to read as often as they can and have their planners signed to earn reading rewards.
A Homework Menu will be sent home at the start of each new topic. We ask that the children have a go of at least one of the activities across the term and bring it into school as soon as it is completed. There will also be other core curriculum tasks set on a weekly basis, where appropriate, to support current learning.
Click below to download our leaflets to explain more about what we're learning in each topic.
Year 6 Revision Materials
Below are some resources that can be used at home to support with revision for SATs.
Ways to Deal with SATs - by May Y6
As you might know, SATs are eminent tests, which are vital for Year 6s moving up to secondary school, wherever it might be. While these tests may seem daunting, you can find a remedy for your fears right here in this article.
1. Revise, revise, revise! Although it seems boring, this crucial information you will learn could be the key to having a passing score.
2. Pay attention in lessons! No matter how dreary it is, those 6 hours of school are the reason you will acquire the knowledge.
3. Have fun when you revise! Why not invite some friends over and have a study session together? Try not to get too distracted though!
4. Relax! If you ever feel stressed about it, take a breather. You could read, draw or simply tell someone your worries. The chances are, you won’t be the only one with these fears!
5. Stay calm! The weeks leading up to SATs will fly by, and once the tests are over with… FUN TIME!!! And before you know it, you’ll be in secondary school!
Year 6 Visit to Crucial Crew by Alex B
As you might have been aware, Crucial Crew took place on 11th March 2019 and it was a blast!
As we walked into the building we were seated in the police classroom we were greeted by some members of staff from Crucial Crew who landed us into a real life set
All of the sets were made to be put in a scenario where we would learn how things like court worked. We also got to see what a real cell would look like which was designed by real prisoners and we saw a crime fighting service called SmartWater which is a service that detects the connection between crime and you.
We also learnt about
- First Aid
- Bus Travel Safety
- The Danger of Carrying Knives
- What To Do In A Fire
- Internet Safety
- Anti-Social Behaviour
I would Definitely Look Forward to This for Any Year 5s Reading This