Welcome to Year 6's page!



This half terms theme: I'm year 6 - get me out of here!




In English this half term we will be reading Kensuke’s Kingdom. We will write a variety of 1st person recounts, diary entries and adventure stories linked to the book. We will also be working on our performance skills, preparing ourselves for the end of year show.



In maths this half term we will be looking at time word problems, involving crossing time zones and we will look at using and recording information on a variety of graphs. We will also keep ourselves fluent with all four calculation methods, applying them to a variety of word and logical maths problems.


Extra Practise!

Check out the websites below and challenge yourself to some additional learning.


Log on to Mathletics and practice your maths skills - maybe even play a game against your friends. 



Fun maths games



Hit the button is great fun!






In theme this half term we will be learning about geographical terminology linked to how the world is split up into different time zones, climate zones and biomes. We will investigate where different foods from around the world have come from and look at how what people eat is influenced by their climate and culture.



In science this half term we will be learning about our eye sight and light. We will investigate how light travels and we will be looking at how our eyes work.


Learning Log:

To make your own Desert Island; think about what areas you would like to have on the island. How will people arrive at the island? Where in the world will the island be and will this affect what is on the island? We will also work on this during the first week back in class.



Monday:- Grammar/ reading comprehension (due in Wednesday).


Wednesday: - Maths (due in Friday).


Friday: - Writing (due in Monday). 


Robin Wood

The children and staff had a fantastic time during our recent residential to Robin Wood. A massive well done and thank you to you all. Many conquered fears, worked well in teams and supported one another - all whilst setting a fantastic example of true Parochial behaviour :)