On our Year 6 page, you will find information about our current topics, homework,
learning challenge questions, PE kit requirements, as well as any other
information you may need.
In Year 6, we cover 6 engaging and interesting units of learning:
How did the British civil war impact on the UK as we know it today?
Civil War Knowledge Organiser
Autumn Term 1 Bingo Homework 1
To what extent is industry responsible for climate change?
Climate Change Autumn 2
Autumn Term 2 Bingo Homework
What impact did WW1 and WW2 have on ordinary people in Nottinghamshire?
WW1 & WW2 Spring 1 Knowledge Organiser
Evolution Knowledge Organiser
Spring Term 1 Bingo Homework
How has Europe been redrawn and what impact does it have on Europe as a whole?
Light Knowledge Organiser
Redrawing Of Europe Spring 2
Spring Term 2 Bingo Homework
History: What was the impact of immigration on Britain over the past 100 years?
Impact Of Immigration Summer 1
Science: The Circulatory System
Animals Including Humans Knowledge Organiser
I’m a year 6 pupil, how can I get out of here?
Meet the Teaching Staff
Mr Ogle – Little John (6AO)
Miss Hawkins – Sheriff of Nottingham (6SH)
Mr Worrall – working between both classes
We are also fortunate to be supported by:
Mr Unwin (Sports Coach)
Mrs Willis (Language and Music Expert)
Every week, we expect the pupils to complete their homework on the three Doodle platforms: Doodle Maths, Doodle English and Doodle Spellings (these will be called ‘Added Extras’ when logging onto these platforms.
In addition to Doodle, we expect the pupils to be reading at least 4 times a week and learning their weekly spellings. During the Spring Term, pupils will get the chance to take home some old SAT papers to practice. Please ensure these are back in school on Fridays where we will go through the answers and help address any misconceptions the children might have been having.
Clubs on offer this half-term (Autumn 2)
Monday – Third Space Learning
Wednesday – Staff Meeting (No clubs)
Thursday – Maths Booster Session. Reading Booster Session
This term, the children will need their PE kits in school for a Thursday and Friday. We suggest the children bring their kit in at the beginning of the week and leave it in school until they finish the week on Friday.
We ask the children to bring fleeces and jogging trousers as well as outdoor footwear (if required during the colder months of the year), as the children will have an indoor and an outdoor session each week. This should include:
- White T-shirt
- Navy shorts (indoor PE)
- Navy or black tracksuit top and bottoms (for colder weather)
5th October – Trip to Newark Civil War Museum
31st October – deadline for secondary school application
13th December – Singing Performance at the Church
8th May – Year 6 SAT Tests Week
11th June (Sunday) – 14th June (Wednesday)
Early Bird Reading
Early Bird Reading takes place in both the Year 6 classrooms on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. Please come and join us at 8.50 – 9.00 and listen to your child read. We have a special theme day on Thursday’s where the children get to read our ELS books. This half term, they are all centred around Climate Change, Electricity and Greta Thunberg.
Year 6 Letters
CGP Options For Parents In Letter Format
Parents Meeting On KS2 SATs Tests
Swimming Letter Summer After SATs
Parents Letter For Booster Sessions
Pupils will be receiving a new school diary. This will be complete with important school information and can be used as a point of contact between parents and teachers. These diaries will be checked on a weekly basis. It is therefore the children’s responsibility to have them in school every day. Please feel free to comment on the reading children are doing at home. We encourage all parents to make a note of children’s reading as prizes will be awarded at the end of each half-term.
Reading is Fundamental. In fact, it is one of the most important ingredients to becoming all that you can be.
Reading develops the brain, provides a window into the world around you and helps you do better in all school subjects. We recommend that children are heard for at least fifteen minutes each night and notes to be made in their planners.