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Spring Term

Year 6 have been doing a field study as part of their topic. They have been looking at organisms in their habitats. To see some of the picture click here.

You can view some of our outstanding work we have been doing by clicking on the "Year 6 Work" tab on the right hand side.

Year 6 Science

We are investigating which conditions will increase the rate of mould growth.

Will it be: damp, temperature or light? To see the class at work click here


Frozen Kingdom


Welcome to the planet’s coldest lands……vast wilds and hostile territories – incredibly beautiful but often deadly!

Join our adventure as we become brave Arctic explorers; researching the magnificent mammals that roams these lands.

Help us to unravel the mysteries and events that surround one of the most significant maritime disasters of all time.

Please find download the Spring Term curriculum where you can find out everything that we will be studying.

Also available to download is this half-term’s home learning grid.


This year, we will be sending home x10 spellings per week for the children to be tested on. In Year 6, our aim is to ensure that, by the end of the year, children can accurately spell all KS2 spelling words. Therefore, the spellings sent home will be a mix of spellings from Years 3 – 6. If your child has completed all of these spellings, we will then send Year 6 challenge spellings home to be tested on.

Home Learning

My Maths will continue to be set weekly – x2 pieces per week. Children can use the ICT suite on a Monday lunchtime if they need access to a computer or if they require support.

We will continue to test the children on their times tables and we will send a copy of their test results home each week so that you are able to see which times table to practise with them.

Year 6 will have access to SPaG Online (this is similar to My Maths). Each week, a piece of spelling, punctuation or grammar homework will be set. It is marked online. We will then be able to analyse areas of support needed.


It is essential that all children read aloud regularly to an adult – no matter how fluent they are. Children need opportunities to discuss new vocabulary, plot, settings and characters. SATs reading papers often require children to discuss layouts and features of texts – making comparisons between texts. The more opportunities they have to investigate texts, the more confident they will become.


Monday – indoor PE

Thursday – outdoor PE

Please ensure that your child has a full indoor and outdoor PE Kit. If your child has their ears pierced, ideally these will need to be removed or jewellery tape must be provided.