Year 6

Dear parents(s)/carers(s),

Welcome to Spring term of Year 6. Isn’t it wonderful to see the sun shining once again and to experience the lighter mornings and evenings!

Week to week a few things remain the same within our class. Here is a breakdown of the important things parents/carers need to know on a day to day basis:

  • Year 6 homework will be set on a WednesdayThis all needs to be completed and handed back in on the following Monday. (Please see the ‘Homework Expectations’ on the inside cover of your child’s homework book)
  • PE will take place on a Tuesday afternoon, for 6S/6Cr, and Tuesday and Friday for 6Co. Please ensure your child(ren) come dressed in their PE uniform on this day.
  • Reading at home is a real passion of ours. We would love all children within Year 6 to read 5 times per week to an adult outside of school. You can document this in the children’s yellow reading records, whereby we will keep a close eye (Monday-Monday) and any children fulfilling this task will be rewarded with a point towards their reading awards. 

The whole team, here in Year 6, are very much enjoying our year helping your child excel and reach their full potential and we continue to welcome any communication from you. As always, we will be available on the playground every day after school, or you can email ( if needed. 

Kindest regards,
Miss Crisp, Miss Cook, Miss Shapland, Mrs. Ferrris, Mrs. Barr and Mrs. Thomas.

PC Murphy has been to visit us in school on several occasions now and has been helping us to understand how to stay safe online!
PC Murphy has kindly shared with us her “Schoolbeat” leaflets based upon the topics of 'Online Relationships', 'Internet Safety' and 'Drugs and Peer Pressure' which we hope will given an overview of the sessions we have been involved in. In addition to this, she has also provided us with an Instagram and other apps guide, detailing how to set privacy and safety settings.
You will also see two videos below, which the children have watched in school, relating to drug awareness and peer pressure.