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Year 6

Welcome to Term 5!

This term, we are continuing with our World War II topic. We are using ‘The Boy in Striped Pyjamas’ as the stimulus for our writing.

World War Two Day on Thursday 24th May. We would like the children to come to school dressed up in era appropriate costumes and bring a contribution of food for our 'Street Party' which take place in the afternoon.
Year 6 celebrated the end of their Topic with a VE Day Street Party!

Welcome to Term 4! This term, our Topic is 'A Child's War'.

For Science, we are studying Electricity in the first week back -  could pupils please bring a small empty plastic bottle (500ml); a cardboard tube about the size of a Smarties pack, and 2 AA sized batteries.

Welcome to Term 3! This term our topic is ID.

Homework to be in by FRIDAY 2nd FEBRUARY:

Please bring in some photographs of your family for Science. We are looking at our family tree and some of the inherited characteristics. The minimum we need are grand-parents, parents, siblings and you. If you want to add others please feel free. We will copy the photos so that they can be cut up and return originals to you.

Welcome to Term 2!


This term our topic will be Frozen Kingdom. 

On Thursday 7th December, Year 6 visited St.Peter's Baptist Church for 'Christmas Unwrapped' They learnt about the true meaning of Christmas, made a mince pie and even took part in some rapping. The adults at St.Peter's Church commented on how well-mannered and behaved the children were. Well done Year 6!

Christmas Unwrapped

Mrs. Hall has been doing some wonderful winter art with the children in Year 6. The children were lacking in belief at first that they would be able to produce such fabulous work HOWEVER....we dreamed, believed and definitely achieved with the snowmen they created!

Winter Art

In Maths this term, we have been learning about fractions.

Topic: Mexico!

Festivals, climate, culture and more!


Mexico Day!


This term, we have been consolidating our understanding of Place Value, Number, and Four Operations.


Colour Mixing

Visitors from Japan