Year 6

Being in Year Six comes with a lot of responsibility; the children are expected to be role models and ambassadors for the school.  Year Six pupils are the children that the rest of the school look up to and the students that define our school vision and values.  As such, we expect exemplary behaviour from all the children in Year Six at all times during the day.

Although there is a lot of hard work in Year Six, there are lots of things to look forward to as well, including:


  • The residential trip (learn more about this by clicking on the Residential Trip page in the Year Six area).
  • The end of year production
  • And (most importantly) sitting on the benches during assembly!



Remember to keep up-to-date by checking the sections below regularly!

Homework - w/e 15th September 2017



Children should continue working on their Reading Challenge. Regular reading is of vital importance to support children's academic progress so please encourage your children to read as much as possible. They should remember to bring in their reading books and their reading challenge sheets daily.


Reading challenge booklet.docx
Microsoft Word Document 294.7 KB



Children should complete the task given to them by their mathematics set teacher. This will be due in on Wednesday 4th October.




Children should complete the Nouns worksheet handed out by their class teacher. Please remind children of the importance of neat and clear presentation. Children should be writing in blue or black ink, using cursive handwriting and checking their work carefully for errors. This worksheet is due in on Wednesday 4th October.

Provision Map


Please find the Continuous Provision Map for Year 6 for the start of the academic year 2017-2018 below:

Year 6 Continuous Provision Plan.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 349.1 KB



It is with huge pride that we are able to announce our first set of Year 6 prefects for this academic year!


Congratulations to Megan, Ellis, Daniel L, Oliver, Daniel G, Natasha, Georgia, Martha, Jacob, Joshua, Chloe, Xanthe, Bebe and Zara. We are certain that you will do a wonderful job.


Our Head Boy for this term is Jacob and our Head Girl is Martha.


The prefects' duties will include:

  • Welcoming children and parents into school.
  • Demonstrating how children should behave in and around the school.
  • Helping to organise assemblies and lead the school prayer.
  • Being ambassadors of the school at fairs and events.
  • Talking to parents and visitors at information events.

If you would like to apply to become a Year 6 prefect for Terms 3 and 4, please ensure your class teacher has received your application by the end of Term 2. Think carefully about the presentation and content of your letter of application - the standard of applications is very high! Remember to explain why you think you would be an excellent ambassador for the school and role model for your peers.

Meet the Teacher Evening


Please find the Powerpoint presentation from this September's Meet the Teacher sessions below:


Meet the Teacher presentation 2017.pptx
Microsoft Power Point Presentation 2.3 MB

Important Reminders:


Please ensure children have the correct school PE kit, otherwise they will not be able to participate in PE sessions.