Year 6

Year 6

Autumn Term 1, 2019
(Please also see our Curriculum Page)

Welcome back to a new school year! I hope you all had a relaxing summer break. Year 6 is an exciting year with so much to look forward to. Yes, we have to work hard to achieve our very best, but with that comes exciting experiences such as PGL next half term. I am looking forward to the challenges ahead and for us to work together as a team.

PGL Information

The presentation from the meeting in September can be downloaded here.

SATS information

The presentation from the meeting in September can be downloaded here.

Our starter topic this year is a whole school topic ‘Care for Creation’.  This topic is close to my heart and already the children in year 6 have made positive changes to care for our planet. Let’s make a difference!

Topic: Care for Creation.

Do we have a PLANet B?

In this topic year 6 shall be looking at the problems that arise from the use of single use plastic.


Using the book ‘The Tin Forest’ as inspiration the children shall write narratives based upon the book which sees a man who tidies up rubbish and makes a forest from recycled items.

Persuasive letter writing- we shall write to the environment secretary and push for positive changes.


Unit 1 Integers & Decimals (2 weeks)

Unit 2 Multiplication and division (3 weeks)


Art using recycled plastics.


What is the best way for a Muslim to show commitment to God?


This is a challenging module in which children build on their knowledge of living things and how they are adapted to particular environments.
They are introduced to the idea that variation in organisms can result in the species becoming better adapted to its environment and that the process of natural selection, over a long period of time, leads to evolution.



Simple game (e.g. race game, snake)


Charanga- Classroom Jazz 2


Scheme- La jolie ronde


FUNS Unit 1– Personal skills

The homework grid for this first term can be downloaded here – Y6 Homework Grid – Autumn 1.

If you have any worries or concerns please come and see me as soon as possible; no worry is too small.

Thank you.

Mrs N. Clemitshaw