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Archived Year 6 2019-2020

Congratulations Year 6!

Star of the Week

Home Learning Plan

Monday 6th July 2020


Good morning! We really are on the home stretch now and you are all doing so well. There has been some wonderful poetry writing going on from you all, everyone in the Year 6 team is so impressed... well done to you all. Please find the planning and resources for next week.


If you are working from home and are going to make the Memory Box you will need some extra resources that we are not able to put on the website. If you would like a Memory Box pack which will include, templates, card and patterned paper please can you let us know by sending us an email and we will prepare a pack for you. We will then leave it at the office for you to collect. We will only be preparing packs for those who request one. Thank you! 


Have a wonderful week everyone!

From the Year 6 Team



Star of the Week

What a wonderful week we have had, there was some glorious weather and so we had some lovely outdoor fun and games. The Year 6 Team have been so impressed with the quality of the Monster reports that have been written and there has been some brilliant art inspired by Picasso. Well done Year 6 you have really come back with such energy and positivity! 

Star Of The Week

Welcome back Year 6! Can you believe we are already into week 2 of the final term, we can't quite believe we are this far on in the year. We are really looking forward to seeing so many of you back on Monday, we have lots of excited things planned for the coming weeks. Here is your home learning for this week, we hope you enjoy it but please get in touch if you have any problems and most importantly keep safe. 

Writing - Monsters

Art: We have included last week's handwriting tasks incase you need to look back it when you are doing Task 1 of the art.

Star of the Week

Welcome back Year 6, we hope you have had a fantastic half term, the weather has been truly spectacular! We have been so impressed with all of your work since we started home learning so do keep going, we will be adding lots of photos from your home learning later this week from both this week and the week before half term so keep them coming. We are now into the last half term of the year so lets make it count. Here is your home learning for the week ahead. Please don't worry about the date (2019) on the maths work - this is still the correct work despite the date. If you have any questions please do get in touch, have a really great week! Year 6 Team.

Stars of the Week in 6HS! It was so hard to choose just one person this week so I had to go with two in the end. Well Done to ALL of you for your hard work this half term!

Hello Year 6! We hope you are all well and had a restful and happy weekend. Can you believe we have got to the week before half term already?! It has certainly been a busy term and we are so impressed by all the work you have done and the achievements you have made; we have received so many pieces of high quality work.


Please find your work for the coming week (18th May), we are looking forward to seeing what you do! Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.


Keep going Year 6, you are doing so well, keep smiling and stay safe.


"We hope you believe in yourself as much as we believe in you."


All the best from The Year 6 Team. 

A fantastic week of Home Learning Year 6! Thankyou so much for all that has been sent in, we have really enjoyed looking at all of your work. Your album covers have absolutely blown us away this week! Such talented little artists. Well Done on all of your hard work this week. Year 6 Team

Skye's Home Learning

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Good morning Year 6! We hope you are ready for another week of learning? We have put together some great activities for you this week and we hope you enjoy them as much as we have enjoyed putting them together! As ever, if there is anything you don't understand please just ask and we will do our very best! We miss you all very much and hopefully it will not be long until we see you again soon. Best wishes 'The Year 6 Team'.Please note the Maths work can no longer be downloaded from the White Rose Website and must be downloaded using the attached documents below 'Week 4 Summer Term 11th May'..

Well done Year 6, yet again you have impressed us all immensely! You really are pulling out all the stops with your home learning, you should be very proud of yourselves! Here are a few highlights from this weeks learning.

6AK Star of the Week - This week we have chosen two excellent Stars of the Week; well done to the both of you!

Good Morning Year 6! We hope you've all had a lovely weekend. Thankyou for all of the amazing work you have been sending in. We will be making phone calls again this week and next - we are looking forward to hearing your voices again. Take care and stay safe, the Year 6 Team.

We love this painting! What an amazingly talented artist! It shows a space man using his torch to look for earth. We are so impressed.

You have also been busy building mazes, constructiing rafts, creating paints and making amazing rainbows.

You have been a busy bunch this week Year 6! Here are some highlights starting with your fantasitc Science...

Star of the Week

Coni, our Star of the Week and her learning.

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Star of the Week!

Morning Year 6, we hope you have enjoyed the beautiful weather we have had over the weekend! Here is the home learning for this week, please get in touch if you have any problems or need any help at all. Thankyou, Year 6 Team.

Sam's Daffodil Dissection

Neve's Victorian Fair Writing

Good Morning Year 6. Here is the home learning for this week. If you have any questions or queries please do just get in touch via email. 


Year 6 Team 


Apologies - The Spag work for this week from your booklets should be 20 - 23. 


Sorry for the confusion. 


Year 6 Team 

Good Morning everyone! Hope you are all having a great start to the weekend. Here is a fabulous selection of work that has been sent to us over this week. We hope you are all keeping well and enjoying having lots of family time. Its been so lovely to speak to some of you this week, we are looking forward to more phone calls next week too. Enjoy looking through these pieces of work. We will be putting next week's home learning on here on Sunday night ready for Monday, so keep an eye out for some exciting topics to come! 

6HS Star of the Week goes to...... Aaron Nelson 👏

Some fab home learning from today 14/04/20! Well Done!

We have been delighted with all of your emails over the Easter Break showing us your fantastic work!! It really does brighten our day whenever we see what you are all up to! It looks like you're having fun too. Keep them coming!

Well done to our Stars of the Week - Ewan and Joseph.



We have been blown away by the fantastic home learning our year 6s have shared with us this week. Well done to you all. Here is a sample of some of the stunning work we have received:




Joseph also produced this fantastic information text on Dr Barnardo.

Welcome to our Year 6 page.


In the Autumn term we have been studying WW2. This has included creating comparative timelines of events leading to the outbreak of war, from the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 to rationing ending in 1954. 

Our core texts this term have been Goodnight Mr. Tom and Once.


In writing, the children are writing a variety of genres and for different audiences and purposes. They have written poetry based on the blitz; sarcastic film reviews based on the film version of Goodnight Mr. Tom; persuasive letters to local companies and much more. Between half-term and Christmas, children will be working a chapter continuation linked to our core text.

Here are so examples of our work so far:




In science, children have been investigating the circulatory system. They have planned and conducted experiments about heart rates and exercise; made models of the circulatory system and heart and are building up to dissecting a pig's heart on 20th November. 



In history, we have looked at many of the key moments and turning points in WW2. Soon, we will be enjoying a visit from local Historian, Andy Armstrong, to look at what life was like for bomber crew during WW2.

Here are some more examples of work linked to our topic:


In computing, we have started building websites based on WW2 using the web based software, Weebly.



Mrs. Hickson, Mr. Shenton, Mrs. Kersey, Mrs. Hill

Senior Teaching Assistants:

Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Wright.


Our Year 6 Curriculum