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Welcome to Class 6!



We will be reading the Imaginary - Our World Book Day Focus.

We will also be writing leaflets to persuade and inform focusing on manipulating grammar and vocabulary choices.

You can help by:

  • Looking at leaflets with children at home
  • Dicuss the purpose and the audience of a range of adverts
  • Encourage children to complete literacy homework



Children will be comparing and contrasting England and known countries with South America.


Year 6 are continuing with their living things topic in which they will focus on classifying and keys.

We will also be learning about the circulatory system, focusing on the question "what is blood made of? "

We will also be looking at different sections of the heart.



DBPrimary – creating a teacher’s how-to guide

Safe searching – how to use smart engines safely and effectively


P.E for year 6 students is on a Monday and Tuesday afternoon.

We will be doing invasion games such as Cricket, Rounders and Badminton.

Please could all parents ensure the pupils have outdoor and indoor kit available, to ensure pupils are equipped for the lessons.


Children will continue practicing learning spellings from year 5/6 spelling list and practice spelling rules.

You can help by practising spelling with your child.


Children will be focusing on percentages this half term. They will also be focusing on Shape, space and measure: angles, area and perimeter, graphs and charts.

You can help by: 

Ensuring children complete weekly Maths homework.

Practice times tables with your child.


Homework is set on a Tuesday: literacy, numeracy and spellings.
It is due back the following Monday.
Children should read regularly with adults at home – at least three times per week.

You can help by:

Signing children’s reading logs

Encourage and ensure homework is done

Practice spellings with children.

Other information

More information about year 6 residential will be sent out this half term followed by a meeting for parent’s next half term.


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