Miss Kelly

Class Teacher

Mrs Wakelen

Teaching Assistant

Welcome to Year 6   
Our Learning Term 3 and 4
Our main topic for terms 3 and 4 is 'Extreme Earth'. Our enquiry question is 'Where is the most dangerous place on Earth?' To help to answer this question, we will be focusing on the following questions:
Where is the hottest place on Earth?

Where is the coldest place on Earth?

How do natural disasters occur? (flood, earthquake, tsunami, tornado)

How is a locations climate impacted by its longitude and latitude?

Why do people live in dangerous locations?

How is a locations climate impacted by its longitude and latitude?



In Science, in terms 3 and 4 we will be learning about 'Animals including humans.' This will include learning about the circulatory system and ways to keep our bodies healthy.


Key Information 
Wednesday - Miss Kelly 
Friday - Ms Diack
Term 1 - Gymnastics and Netball
Term 2 - OAA and Dance
Please ensure your child comes to school dressed in a suitable PE kit on these days.  The children will be outside in all weathers. Long hair must be tied up and earrings to be taped or removed, along with removing any jewellery or watches. If earrings are removed, please ensure that your child has a small pot or safe place to keep them in.
On Friday afternoons, I am out of the classroom for Planning, Preparation and Administration time. During this time the learning will be RE and Spanish.


The spring term is the time in year 6 when we start to prepare for the May SATs. SATs will take place between Monday 13th May 2024 – Thursday 16th May 2024 so please avoid booking any time off school during this week and in the case of illness, children are still able to sit SATs up to one week after the official SATs week. We are beginning to look at techniques and strategy in answering some of the questions – but this is being done so with a positive and upbeat attitude so we are boosting confidence and the children are responding really well to this. We are doing a little and often approach so the heart of teaching and learning remains much the same.