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Year 6

It's all getting a little real...



Last week, our year 6's showed us, yet again, how fantastic they are by completing their SATs with minimal fuss and stress. With these now being over, we can now focus on production week...

This year's production is "Rock Bottom" written by world famous author Craig Hawes, and we have been fortunate enough to have  Mrs Hawes, Zoe and Jack here to help us bring the show to life. 

The children started rehearsing on Monday and have already learnt all the dances; they are on fire and I can guarantee it being a complete success on Friday.

Can I please take this time to remind you that everybody sitting on a seat will need a ticket. (Infants on knees do not need tickets.)

I would also like to thank everybody that has donated or bought items that have helped us raise enough money to pay for this once in a life time experience; without your support, we would never have been able to do it!




Summer Term 2018:

Welcome back Year 6. There are lots of exciting things planned for the next two terms before you leave us cool but before this, we have to get the (Whispers) SATs out the way.

Over the next few weeks, we'll be making sure you're given every opportunity to shine, prove how amazing you are and how far you've come. Mrs Silk and Mrs Emery will be working with groups in English and Maths but we'll make sure there is time for Art or PE every day!!!! Please remember to have your PE kit in school every day!

Week 1 timetable for learning activities

Theatre week takes place from 21st to 25th of May. All children will be working with the professional theatre company; Young Theatre Company. This is an exciting time for year 6, but for it to run smoothly children need to learn their lines and the songs. It is also imperative that all children are at school every day this week and can complete 2 shows (one being in the evening) on Friday 25th May. If there are any problems with this, please let me know.

Auditions will take place on Monday 23rd April. All children will be given a script and song to learn for this. Good luck and remember to shine like the stars you are!

Year 6 have taken part in the Puffin Virtual lesson, along with other schools around the world. Claire Balding spoke about her favorite books and characters, Tony Ross taught us how to draw dogs, Sophie Kinsella shared part of her book: Fairy Mummy with us and Tom Fletcher gave us ideas on how to find a book we might enjoy.

Ways to find a book you might enjoy:

1) Think about the types of films you enjoy and read the book it's based on.

2) Think about the music you enjoy. Choose a book with a similar style.

3) Read a book based around a hobby you enjoy.

Year 6 enjoying the virtual lesson



Year 6 have worked incredibly hard getting ready for their class assembly, and should be extremely proud of their achievements. 

Our Topic this term is everything Harry Potter. It all started when each child was accepted into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Over the last two weeks, they have created wands, completed science investigations, written character descriptions and film reviews.

Thank you to all the parents that came to see the assembly, and apologies to those that couldn't make it. I hope this gives you a little insight to the actual event.


Year 6 will be selling raffle tickets all next week and we have the following spooktacular prizes up for grabs:

2x children's Halloween goody hampers

1x spooky sweet pizza

Beer hamper (adults only)

Wine hamper (adults only)

Cocktail hamper (adults only)


Yr6 go a little "BERSERK"

Year 6 have been learning about the Vikings, have made shields and helmets. We have also started learning about "Berserkers", who were the front line of the Viking army. They would run towards the enemy acting in a crazy manner which would scare the them before battle. This is also where the word berserk came from. There are many Viking words still used today, can you name any?


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On Friday (22/09/17) the Yr6 dinner time role models had the opportunity to play laser tag in school. Whilst this was supposed to be a fun game, the children were determined to be the last man/woman standing. After a slight delay, thanks to Mrs Emery forgetting how to start the equipment (thank goodness for Mr Pullin) the children were primed and ready to blast each other with 5000 laser bullets. We were extremely lucky to be lent the equipment and we're hoping to be able to use it again soon.


Please complete 1 per week and hand in by Friday. Read between 3 and 5 times per week for 20 minutes, learn multiplication tables and visual spellings.


Create a Viking shield

Use the internet to research Viking shields and create one of your own. It can be made out of any material you like, but it must be big enough to protect you


Sutton Hoo

Research Sutton Hoo and draw your own gallery of findings.

might help you.

Viking House


Draw and label your own Viking house.

Norse Saga

Write your own Norse Saga. Remember the features you’ve been taught in class or watch more sagas on:



Research, write or draw how different Vikings dressed. How did women dress? Did warriors wear special “war clothes”?

Longships and Knorrs

Create a fact file about longships and Knorrs.

What were they made from?

How did they differ?

How were they made?

How did they navigate without compasses?

Viking traders and explorers

Were all Vikings vicious, raiding every country they could? Or, were they explorers, finding faraway lands and trading with others?


Research the role of the berserker in battles. You can:

Draw a scene.

Draw a picture.

Create a fact file


Viking words

Some Viking words are still in use today. Can you find out which words originate from the Viking times?


Draw and label your own dragonship.


What happened in 1066?

You could:

write a diary entry as a Viking.

Create a time line of events

Draw a scene

Viking gods

The Vikings worshipped many gods. Create a fact file about the most popular.

Year 6 have been given an amazing opportunity to work with a professional theatre company in May 2018. As you can imagine, this is not going to come cheap, so the children and I are hoping you amazing parents and carers can help.

Over the next few months, we will be trying to fundraise as much as possible. So far, we have planned:

*adult boozy hamper

*Xmas market

* Chocolate raffle

*Easter egg raffle

*sponsored silence.

If you (our wonderful, beautiful, amazing, supportive) parents could donate items to any of the above or help in any other way, we would be most grateful.


Welcome back, I hope you're looking forward to a jam packed year.

Maths: this half term We'll be spending time recapping all 4 operations and fractions. (I know how much you love them!) We'll practise multiplication tables every day (quick fire) with a test on Fridays. We'll also have daily lessons on arithmetic fluency.

English: We'll be learning about Norse Sagas and writing our own. We'll be looking at different genre including biographies and short stories.

History: Our first topic is Vikings. Get ready to learn about their daily lives, how and why they raided and pillaged, death ceremonies and Valhalla.

D.T: We will be making cams but also linking this with Vikings... Get ready to make Viking longships  like you've never seen before.

PE: Games will be on a Wednesday and Karate on a Thursday. Swimming will start on Friday 15th September for 6 weeks. During this time, Wed PE will not take place. Games this half term is tag rugby.

On top of all of this, we also have Kingswood to look forward to. Once I've received confirmation of activities, I'll arrange a meeting with all parents. I'm sure you'll have lots of questions.

We're in for an amazing year, with lots to look forward to, so keep checking our class page.

Mrs Emery