Welcome to our Year 6 class page. Year 6 is an amazing year and a chance to consolidate and celebrate the children’s achievements throughout their primary education.
This year we will continue to work hard, strive for our goals and make ever-lasting memories.
We will all work together as part of a team, to achieve our very best and demonstrate the fantastic role models that we are.
In Year 6 this year, the following members of staff will help you:
Miss Webb– Class Teacher
Mrs Champney– Class Teacher
Mrs Abbott– Learning Support Assistant
Miss Mason – Learning Support Assistant
Mrs Holt – Learning Support Assistant
Mrs Rundle – Learning Support Assistant
Mr Ikenna Benjamin – Learning Support Assistant
Miss Smith- Shelton – Learning Support Assistant
Autumn Term- What are we learning?
This term we will be focusing on the topic ‘Bomber County’, which encompasses the role of Lincolnshire during WW2. Additionally, we will be focusing on the class text, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, which will inspire our writing and love of reading. We will explore poetic devices to create powerful poetry, use emotive vocabulary to create diary entries and write informative explanation texts.
In Maths, we will work hard to consolidate our recall of multiplication and division facts and secure our understanding of number. We will apply our understanding to solve problems from a range of contexts and strengthen are skill of reasoning.
This term, we will also take part in an amazing residential trip to PGL to focus on teambuilding, communication skills and practising resilience.
Throughout the term, we will be reading: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne and Clockwork by Phillip Pullman.
Our curriculum overview
Please have a look at our curriculum overview below which shows the curriculum content and the topics for this academic year.
The Knowledge Organisers below, also include key vocabulary and knowledge for each subject:
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Reading at home
All pupils have a reading folder, containing a reading book and a reading record.
If possible, we would like all children to read at home, at least 3 times per week.
These should be used by parents and pupils to capture the individual child’s reading journey. When you hear your child read, please record this in the reading record.
For more information on how to support reading at home, please click here:
Click here to see the top books for Year 6.
In Year 6, we encourage all children to take part in homework. All children will receive an Attitude and Achievement stamp for completing all homework on a fortnightly basis. This will be recorded in their Role Model and Citizenship record.
Year 6 children will be expected to complete the following each week:
- Read 3 times a week, using reading their records to evidence and summarise the text.
- Weekly activities set on Sumdog for Maths learning. If you are unable to access online homework, please let the class teacher know and we will make alternative arrangements.
- Practise the spelling and reading of the statutory Y5/6 words. You will receive a copy of your child’s spelling assessment, which will be updated every half-term.
This is the core homework expectations for Year. Additionally, personalised homework may be sent out on occasion and SATs revision will begin in Term 2.
Our P.E days are Wednesday and Thursday, please ensure that PE kits your child has their PE kit in school.