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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6!

Welcome to Year 6! Thank you for visiting our class page. On this page you will find key information about our curriculum and our classroom. We will also be sharing some of our learning with you so please come back to visit to see what is new!

Staff in Year 6

 

Our class teacher is Mrs Arnold.

Our teaching assistants are Mrs Seymour, Mrs Hodson, Mrs Jones, Mrs Solly, Mrs Ould and Mrs H.

Mrs Hodson teaches the class on Monday afternoons and half of Tuesday afternoons. Mrs Seymour teaches Year 6 P.E. (Games) for the other half of Tuesday afternoons. 

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Curriculum


 

 

 

 

Key Weekly Information

 

P.E. will continue to be on Tuesday afternoons this term – outdoor games with Mrs Seymour. Please ensure that your child has a full P.E kit in line with school guidelines, including a jumper/sweatshirt additional to the one worn in class, a pair of outdoor P.E shoes, preferably trainers, and - in the colder weather -a pair of tracksuit bottoms. 

 

Pupils in Year 6 are currently expected to read an appropriate book from home or school  - at least five days per week and the equivalent of  of ten pages per day is recommended. Reading a variety of fiction and non-fiction is encouraged, from novels to recipe books! Daily practice of spellings and unfamiliar times tables is also recommended. 

 

 

What are we learning at the moment?


In Year 6 pupils have begun our new topic: EXTREME EARTH with a 'sparky start' -  creating a tornado in a jar and model volcanoes that erupt! They also worked cooperatively to make large-scale artwork of these features, as well as a tsunami wave for the classroom wall. In geography, we have started to research such features and in English we looking the narrative 'The Wizard of Oz', from which we will innovate our own stories. In maths, we have begun to revise and extend our understanding of fractions.  

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