Year 6

Leavers' Assembly 2020
If you missed the assembly, you can watch it below now:
Learning activities can now be found on our Remote Learning Platform - See-Saw. All children should have a code to access See-Saw, which they will be able to use to complete and upload activities to. 
There are a set of four really helpful videos to watch - they will show you how to access learning activities, how to save them and send them to your teacher, and how your teacher will respond to you. Thank-you to Mr Folly for putting these together.
Sharing Assembly - 20th July
It's a very special Sharing Assembly this week - don't miss it! The one below is for Years 5 and 6.
Half-Termly Overview
Please click below to find out more about the learning in Year 6 this half-term.
For further information about our curriculum, please click here.
Important Information
PE Kits are needed on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Year 6 Residential
The residential will take place over a period of two weeks.
Group 1: 8th - 12th June
Group 2: 15th - 19th June
Welcome to our Year 6 page. Here you can enjoy looking at photos of our learning and access important information related to Year 6 life.  
Class Teachers
CS6- Mr Snape
DR6 - Mrs Robertson
HR6 - Miss Reeks

We begin our learning journey by getting aboard ship for a Viking invasion. In this historical unit of learning, the pupils will find out where the Vikings came from, how they lived and what it would have been like to have been a Viking child.stepping back in time to the Jurassic period. After half term, we explore fossils and Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, tackling the question: ‘where did humans come from?’  


In the Spring term, the children will focus on different types of journeys. In Science, we will be examining the cycle of the red blood cell as it delivers oxygenated blood around the body. In Geography, the pupils will study the hydrological (water) cycle and present this information in a variety of ways to cater all learning needs. Through using the green screen, the children will create an explanation of how the digestive system works. Following this, we will research famous explorers.


In the summer term, the children are invited to attend a residential trip. This is a further opportunity to develop their geographical skills. The pupils will study the mysterious disappearance of the ancient civilisation of the Mayans. After half-term, the pupils will become secret agents and embark on their own spy missions. In Design Technology, the children will create their own spy gadgets whilst reading Storm Breaker, by Anthony Horowitz.