Year 6

Welcome to the Year 6 area of our school website. Hopefully this will prove useful in keeping you updated with important information about the curriculum and any interesting activities that your child participates in. You can see from some of the photographs that taking part in a variety of learning activities, including off-site visits, is an important part of the Year 6 experience. Hopefully, by working together, we will ensure that your child has a successful time in their final year at All Saints’.

 

Mr Korab, Mrs Coward and Mrs Davenport

Weekly Reminders:

Monday

Grammar homework set – to be returned by Wednesday at the latest.

Home reading books changed in school.

Tuesday

Weekly spellings will be placed on the website. These should be practised each night in preparation for a spelling test on Friday.

Wednesday

Maths homework set using Mathswatch – to be completed by Friday at the latest.

Thursday

Home reading books changed in school.

Friday

PE kits worn to school (no hoodies please).

Spelling test.

Reading Comprehension homework set – to be completed by Tuesday at the latest.
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Mr R Korab

Mr R Korab

Class Teacher

Mrs T Coward

Mrs T Coward

Teaching Assistant

Topic Knowledge Organisers

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Crossing the line

Crossing the line

Today Year 6 watch a powerful and engaging play which explored issues surounding child exploitation. The play was followed by a workshop which allowed the children to discuss the main issues raised and encouraged the children to share their thoughts and feelings. The...

Science Investigation

Science Investigation

As part of our unit on living things, we carried out an investigation into the effect temperature has on the growth of yeast. We mixed yeast with sugar and water and varied the temperature of the water to see how this affected the growth of the yeast. We observed the...

History: WW1 Propaganda Posters

History: WW1 Propaganda Posters

As part of our WW1 history topic, we looked at propaganda posters used during WW1 to relay a variety of messages in a time when communication methods were limited. The children then used pastels and ink to draw their own posters.

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