Year Six is a really important and exciting year for all the children. Throughout the year children will be provided with a wealth of opportunities that are designed to help them develop into responsible, resilient and independent young people ready to make the transition to secondary school. All children will be challenged to fulfill their academic potential, develop their independence and to contribute to the wider school community.
If parents or carers have any questions or queries during the academic year then please do not hesitate to contact the school office and make an appointment to see any of the Year 6 Team.
The Year 6 Team
All children must read at least 10 pages every day at home, record what they have written in their reading diary and if possible talk about what they have read. This will help the children to develop the higher reading skills required for comprehension, deduction and inference. Even if your child is a very fluent reader, it is still important that you take the time to hear them read as they will still come across words and phrases that they do not understand. It is also enjoyable and exciting to talk to someone about the book you are reading.
Children in Year 6 will have P.E sessions each week. For this they will need a labelled Park Brow kit. Sometimes, P.E sessions may be taken outdoors and therefore the children will need suitable outdoor PE Kits. Once kits are in school they can remain until the end of each half term when kits will be sent home to be washed. 6C will have P.E of a Thursday afternoon and 6J will have P.E of a Friday afternoon.
Autumn Term Topics
Art – Mondrian
Computing – Coding
PE – Invasion Games
Science – Forces
Topic – Mountain Environment
Extended Day Trip to Keswick
In October, children in Year 6 went on an extended day trip to Keswick in the Lake District. The purpose of the trip was to find out about a mountainous locality and to help develop the children’s understanding of Mountainous Regions. During the day we visited the Lake District Wildlife Center, The Puzzling Place and had a tour around Keswick Town looking at the different types of shops and buildings. The trip provided children with firsthand experience of the locality and was a fantastic day for all the children and staff.