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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

25 weeks until the Year 6 Residential! 

Hello from Miss Poyner and Miss Jeavons, 


Firstly, we want to welcome you to Year 6.  As you will already know, we are the Year 6 teachers and we will be supported by Miss Taylor, Mrs Bell and Mr Tierney.


We are based in the Year 6 mobile classroom. In the mornings, Year 6 children usually wait on the bottom playground until the bell sounds and then walk sensibly in through the main mobile entrance ready to hang up your coat and bag.


In order to maximise the space in our middle area, we need your support. We are asking that you only bring a coat and a drawstring bag to put your things in (lunch box, water bottle, reading book and record).

Rucksacks are too big and bulky for this area so we will not be allowing these to come to school with you in Year 6. We are not supplying water bottles so you need to bring a drink of water in with you for throughout the day.


In the autumn term we have lots of interesting topics to study. In history you will be learning all about The Vikings and even make your own Viking jewellery. Another great art topic is where you create your Doodler in DT . For any budding scientists amongst you, we will start with biology topics where you will learn about the circulatory system and the classification of living things. In music we will be finding out about the instruments of the orchestra and in French you will learn about sports/ activities, the weather and seasons. In PE it will be sessions from the Harriers, Boxfit, Gymnastics and much more! In RE we will be looking at Christianity, Humanism and Judaism. In English we start with Matilda and writing character descriptions and settings (don’t worry we are not Miss Trunchbull!) and in maths we start with place value.


PE is on a Friday and, like last year, you will need to come to school in your kit on that day.


Just like in Year Five, your homework will be to complete 45 minutes on TTRockstars (it is best to do this in small chunks throughout the week) and read at least 3 times a week. On Friday mornings we will check that you have been practising your timestables for the correct amount of time and on a Monday we will check that your reading journal has been signed 3 times by an adult. 


Most of the daily routines are the same as you will have had in Year Five so we hope you find this reassuring. We have the three groups for Maths that you were used to in year five and Mr Price teaches French and Music.


During the year, there will be opportunities for you to watch films, for example Goodnight Mister Tom and Matilda, which have a PG certificate so just let your parents know. If they have any questions or concerns they can email us.


Lastly, we expect you to work hard and behave well. We try to plan interesting lessons and opportunities for your last year with us so you need to attend well, try your best and always be respectful to others.


We think that covers it all, but if you have any questions for us you can email us at and we’ll try our best to answer them.


Miss Poyner and Miss Jeavons 

We are kicking off Anti-Bullying Week by wearing odd socks to celebrate our uniqueness.

6CJ reading challenge winner and homework winners for Autumn 1.

We have created our own Viking jewellery using clay and wire. We are really pleased with the final product.

As part of their art work, Year 6 have designed and created Viking-inspired jewellery. They used clay and wire to achieve the final result.

Well done to these Year 6 children who successfully completed the Health Kick Challenge.

Year 6 were visited by a local PCSO and completed work on bullying, hate crimes and the criminal age of responsibility.

Celebrating mental health day.

In science, we are learning about the circulatory system. The heart pumps blood around the body by contracting and relaxing.

We made red blood cells out of modelling clay.

Our one-way valves would only let the marble roll through in one direction.

Key Information

  • You will need to come dressed in your PE kit on Fridays.
  • This year children will be set for Maths across three groups.

Extra work at home

Here are some websites you might like to explore


Also, please continue to make use of websites which your child has a personalised login for including TT Rockstars and Seesaw.