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Year 6

You may find this information about the National Curriculum helpful:

Teachers and TAs


6E - Miss Edwards

6T - Miss Tierney


Miss Jones

Mrs Jain

Miss Scott

Miss Haji

Miss Haddi


Reading and Homework

Homework out on Thursday

Returned on Tuesday

Spelling out on Monday

Returned on Friday

Guided Reading - Thursday



In Year 6, children learn to write in a variety of genres and revise styles including story writing, letter writing (formal and informal), journalistic and persuasive writing, chronological and non-chronological reports, diary writing, descriptive and explanation writing. We study and perform a play by Shakespeare and read a range of different novels by significant authors.


Children are expected to use a neat and legible handwriting style and ensure that words are spelled correctly.



In maths, children revise previous topics as well as learning more about:

  • fractions, decimals and percentages;
  • ratio and proportion;
  • probability;
  • shape, space and measures;
  • data handling.

Children consolidate, refine and develop further strategies of mental calculation, solving problems with several steps, applying maths to real and imaginary problems.



The Space Race

World War One

Our World

Kensuke's Kingdom


Gold Town

Year 6 are expected to be young leaders in the school. They run a scheme called Gold Town where all children have a responsibility to run an area of the school on several Fridays a term. They plan, buy resources, organise, advertise and support children attending parts of Gold Town. Examples including running the Gold Town shop, preparing the Gold Town arts centre. Year 6 are expected to be model citizens both inside and outside the school.


PE Days




Various trips to art galleries and museums throughout the year

Adventure 6