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Year 6

In Year 6, we have Mrs Biddle teaching 6CB, and Mrs Preece teaching 6AP. We are also really lucky to have Mrs Wolfe supporting us. Mrs King and Mrs Woodward will be covering PPA and management time. 

Homework will be set on Seesaw on a Friday and is due to be handed in the following Thursday. 

Our PE lessons will be on a Monday and Wednesday - P.E. kit to be worn on both of those days. 

Studs and shin pads will be needed on a Wednesday. 

Autumn Term: Inclusion and Diversity

Year 6 have been thinking about migration and what it might be like to come to an unfamiliar country. We will discuss the importance of being tolerant of different cultures and beliefs to reflect the multicultural world we live in. We will think about how it might feel, the challenges people might face, the reasons people might choose to move to a new country and what they might have left behind.  The texts used to support our learning this half term is The Arrival written by Shaun Tan and Coming to England by Floella Benjamin.  In addition we will also be exploring the story of the Windrush.  



The Circulatory System will be a focus in Science this half term. We began learning about the importance of our heart and the components within our blood. 

blood image

In RE we will be considering the question: 'How does faith help people when life gets hard?'

Other areas of the curriculum are embedded within our Voyages theme.


In the event of school closure or isolation, please follow the link to access your home learning.

Home Learning

Spring Term

Year 6 have been reading Skellig by David Almond. We have been working hard on improving our retrieval and inference skills and we have been using our understanding of some of the chapters to write creatively, predicting what we think will happen next and considering the stories of different characters. We have also used Skellig to study some of the poetry of William Blake and the imagery within this.


We have been linking our Maths, Geography and Art skills through studying coordinates, map skills, translation, reflection, tesselation and symmetry. We have looked at the work of artists like Alex Konahin and Escher and investigated how they have used symmetry, translation and tesselation in their work.

alex konahin
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