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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

Mr Perree - Class Teacher and Deputy Headteacher

Mrs Williams - Teaching Assistant
We will also, at times, be supported by Mrs Walker (KS2 Teacher) and Miss Perrin (KS2 TA)


Welcome to Year 6! We have an exciting year ahead of us, with a very busy, wide and varied curriculum. Our curriculum is enhanced by many experiences, some of which allow our pupils to investigate local geography, live out moments in history, sing as part of an ensemble with a world-famous orchestra, and enjoy performances on a professional stage. Of course, a real highlight is the highly anticipated Robinwood residential in July! Year 6 - your child's final year in primary school - is a very special year: a year to work hard in all curriculum areas; to grow in independence, kindness and leadership; to enjoy all of the opportunities made available to children and families, before moving on to pastures new at secondary school. This year is a time to celebrate the journey each child has made, and prepare for the adventures that lie ahead, as we work together to ensure every child is ready and able to take next the step to flourish at secondary school and beyond.

I look forward to walking with you in your Year 6 journey.

Together, in Jesus, we Love, Learn, Create and Celebrate!




Year 6 class has adopted the British Value of 'Equity' and the Gospel value and virtue of 'Commitment' and 'Reflectiveness'. Throughout the year, we will be learning about ways we can promote and show fairness and commitment at school, home and within society, and how we can do this with genuine reflection.


Commitment - Deuteronomy 26:17

Today you say the Lord is your God: you promise to obey him, to keep all his laws, and to do what he tells you to do.

Once we have decided to love the Lord and do as he tells us, you will see that he will always take care of us.

Reflectiveness - Proverbs 16:23

Wise people think before they speak, so their words are more effective.

Reflectiveness is to take time to think something over. This is sometimes difficult because it requires time and space. The writer of this proverb tells us that wise people take some time to think before they speak, they reflect on what they are going to say and so they are more effective when they speak.

PE and Sports

Children should wear their PE kits to school on Tuesdays, ready for the PE lesson with Miss Richardson.


Home-School Partnership

A commitment to home learning is vital in helping to hone the skills that help children to access all areas of the curriculum. We will gradually increase homework requirements, in line with class teaching of new concepts and in preparation for the end of KS2 SATs. In preparing to make the transition to high school, children will be required to organise themselves to ensure they know exactly when set homework is due in to be marked - this (ideally) includes organising their own books and bags! Please visit our Y6 curriculum pages (below) to see help documents or hyperlinks to useful websites for further opportunities for additional home learning.


Homework - Autumn Half-term 1

Daily Routine:

Children should be accessing SpellingFrame (for our current sounds/spelling rules) and Oxford Reading Buddy, as well as reading from a novel of their own choice. Children will also receive additional, targeted work based on class learning.


End of Key Stage 2 SATs

The End of Key Stage 2 SATs are scheduled by the DfE to take place from Monday 13th May to (and including) Thursday 16th of May, 2024.  


Robinwood Residential

Our Robinwood Residential to Barhaugh Hall Adventure Activity Centre, Alston, Cumbria is confirmed for Wednesday 3rd to Friday 5th of July, 2024.

Veronica's Litany - What Have They Done to You, Lord?

The Baptism - Repent