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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6!
We are the mighty Oak, Ash and Elm trees.


Welcome to the Year 6 class pages.

Our teachers are Miss Clutterbuck, Mrs Holt and Mr Tweddle.  We will be supported in our learning by Mrs Sheehan, Mrs Smith and Mrs Cole



HISTORY: Ingenious Inventions!


Our exciting History topic for this term is 'Ingenious Inventions’ which is looking at the Victorian period. We will focus on the inventions of that period and explore the impact they had on the people of Britain. We are also looking forward to experiencing life for Victorian school children and learning all about Christmas traditions.


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In English this term we will be developing our fiction and non-fiction skills in range of different text types.  We will use our topic as a stimulus for writing too.

We  will also be focusing on punctuation and grammar objectives and encouraging children to use them on their writing, such as types of conjunctions and parenthesis.



In our Maths lessons, we will be focusing on investigative and problem solving skills by using applying all the maths skills we have covered this year.

To help your child, we advise to regularly practise times tables and corresponding division facts.  



In our Science lessons this term, we will be looking at Electricity. We will focus on the electrical circuit symbols, creating series and parallel circuits and will design our own electrical based toy.




Things you need to know...




Oak Class will have PE on Mondays and Fridays and will also be running the Mile on Tuesdays so remember your PE kits.

Ash Class will have PE on Tuesdays and Fridays.

Elm Class will have PE on Mondays and Tuesdays and will run the mile on Thursdays.


Spelling tests will be given on Thursdays in Oak and Ash and on Wednesdays in Elm.


Library sessions for Oak and Ash are on Wednesdays and Elm will visit the library on Thursdays.

PE Lessons

PE kits should be fully labelled and kept in school all week.  










Library session take place once a week.  Make sure you have your book in school to change it or renew it.



Home Learning


Home learning is set every Friday for Maths and English.  Each piece should take about 30 minutes to complete.  


​During each school holiday, a topic home learning is  also set to give the children a chance to prepare for the new term.  This is often a more creative homework that might include presenting research or creating models.  We look forward to seeing the children's creative learning when they come back to school each new term.



Each week a Spelling Detectives sheet is sent home which covers a spelling rule being learnt in class.  Activities will be done in school to reinforce the rules and patterns.  Please support your child in exploring these rules and patterns to aid them with spelling. to be learnt ready for the following week's lesson.

Also children are expected to learn termly statutory spelling which are taken from the curriculum.  Please see the document below which contains the statutory spellings for Years 5 and 6.




Home Reading


We expect children to complete 10 minutes of daily reading of their home reader.  This should be recorded in their Home Contact Book.  These record will be checked in class regularly.

We are very lucky to also have access to Active Learn Bug Club where books are allocated to children online.  Children can access these books on computers or tablets and complete their reading.  This can be done along side the book sent home from school and can be monitored online by class teachers.  Use the link below to access your account.

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