Class 6 are learning to be independent learners.

Teachers: Mrs Lee and Mrs Welsh

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Schroeder and Mr Tennyson


What are we learning this term?

 Place value

Understanding numbers to 10 million


Negative numbers

Long and short mutiplication

Long and short division

Problem solving addition and subtraction


Position and direction




Cosmic Disco Poems


Sir Gawain and the Green Knight


Disaster! Exploring natural disasters

Christmas topic - Create your own 3D gift box


Living things and their habitats

Animals including Humans


Tuesday and Wednesday

Please ensure your child has their PE kit in school on these days 




Recorders - Thursday

Learning to read music and composing their own song


Creation and Science - Conflicting or complimentary? 


PGL News 

More than just a school trip!

Class 6 visited Winmarleigh PGL Activity Centre on a 4 day / 3 night residential. This isn’t just a school trip but aimed to inspire, motivate and challenge the children to try new things, build up confidence and grow independence. Whilst there, each day brought new challenges and adventures and the chance to try something new with the encouragement of their friends.


We have all challenged ourselves to reach our goals...


In Year Six, we are beginning to focus on the exciting, if sometimes daunting, transition to secondary school. The Maths and English homework will include revision of some key areas of the curriculum to reinforce some technical terms and other topics that we are covering in class. Research Homework provides the opportunity for pupils to choose what type of work they want to produce linked to a title. The focus for this work is on independent research and presenting work to a good standard.

In addition, Class 6 have six spellings taken from the statutory spelling lists for key stage two. These are given on a Monday and tested on a Friday. Reading at home is just as important in key stage two as in the early years in school. Children are expected to read at home twice a week. A balance of reading aloud and reading independently but then discussing what they have read with an adult, is great for year six.

100 books to read before you leave Year ^

We have a reading challenge in year six with the choice of 100 books by different authors. Pupils can choose their own books from the selection and then move their book token up the list.



Times Tables Rockstars

 In Year 6, children should already be able to recall their times tables up to 12 x 12. To help them to be able to recall them instantly and in any order, we are now using Times Tables Rockstars in school.This is a safe, online way for children to learn their times tables and the more they play, the more virtual coins they earn to buy things for their rock star character! Children can access the website from home and logins are stuck into their reading records.