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Welcome to Year 6.


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Mrs Begum – Teacher      Lindsay Cadman – TA


Image result for matchstick men and womenY6 Mission Statement Image result for matchstick men and women

In year 6 we aim to be supportive, caring and respectful to others.
We accept that we all make mistakes but when we do, we will try our best to make them right.
We promise to be fair, loyal and truthful at all times.
We promise to set a good example for others in our school.
We will try to make every challenge fun and exciting.
We promise to be trustworthy and use our manners at all times.
Outside the classroom we aim to behave and inspire others.
We aim to organise ourselves to be the best learners we can be.


Hello and welcome to Year 6.

Mrs Begum is the class teacher and our class teaching assistant is Mrs Cadman.

In year 6 we enjoy exploring a creative curriculum where the children can lead their own learning through a wide range of enjoyable topics.
In the Autumn Term our topic is the Stone Age, children have the opportunity to visit a real cave in Creswell Crags. They also explore how the Stone Age people lived and how they hunted for food. Within this topic children learn about changes in the landscape, how humans have evolved and discover the array of cave paintings around the world that exist today. Throughout the term the children are immersed in the Stone Age way of life. They learn how children lived, how to create their own homes. They explore the artefacts and look at the materials that the Stone Age people used. They explore a Stone Age village and learn how to weave and how the Stone Age people ground the wheat for flour etc. As the term progresses children move through the stone age era from the stone age to the bronze age to the iron age. They will discover a range of animals that are now extinct and explore evolution of both humans and animals.

In the Spring term children learn about Rainforest and India. Children discover where the rainforests are around the world and the endangered species that live within them. Children also learn about the layers of the rainforest and the climate as well as debating issues with deforestation and the loss of habitats. We look at the famous poet William Blake and his poem on Tyger Tyger to enable us to use great language features in our own poems and we look closely at the famous artist Henri Rousseau- capturing great artistic features and creating our own pieces of art. Within the first part of the Autumn Term children learn about Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. In the second part of the Autumn Term children visit Butterfly House where children get to see the animals of the rainforest and have an educational session on animal adaptations.
In the Spring Term we also have our SATs and our residential visit to PGL.
In the Summer Term our topic is Titanic- we explore all about the titanic, we look at the structure, the lives of people in the titanic, the survivors and read diary extracts and newspaper reports to create our own. We also start our transition to our new secondary school and perform our amazing end of year performance.

In Year 6 we like to celebrate the children’s hard work and dedication so every day we choose a star of the day. On Fridays we choose a writer, mathemagician and reader of the week.

In Year 6 our class pet is a rabbit.

This term our classroom has been transformed into a cave to immerse the children into their topic.