Welcome to our Year Six page!
During the Summer term we will be researching and investigating the South American country of Brazil.
We are investigating the life for people in the cities, compared to our won, as well as researching why rainforests are so important - the biomes, land use, farming and all the interesting life that thrives in these places.
Feel free to ask any Year 6 what they have been learning.
Year 6 are currently rehearsing for their production of We're all going on a Summer Holiday! The performance will take place in the school hall on Thursday 11th July at 9pm. Please remember to buy your tickets early as they will not be sold on the evening of the show.
Click above to find the Year 6 Termly Newsletter.
The final book the class will be reading this year is There's a boy in the girls' bathroom by Louis Sachaar. The book tells the story of Bradley Chalkers and how he has to learn to deal with the big changes that new people in his school bring to his life. We will be using this text to discuss how change affects us and what we can do to deal with these new situations.
In this year's Technology Week Year 6 developed their coding skills using Microbits as well as building paper aeroplanes to test air resistance. They then challenged their parents and family to a contest. Check out our short video below.
Year 6 are always working hard to achieve their personal targets for English and Maths.
One of their targets is to improve their weekly Maths Challenge results? Ask a Year 6 how they are getting on.
This term we will be focusing on cricket and athletics.
Here is a video from last term's dance project - This is me from the Greatest Showman.