Welcome to Class 6

Mrs Stott, Mrs Farnworth and Mrs Lowe help us with our learning in Class 6


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General information, timetable, educational visit information, curriculum overview and other interesting things...

General information

PE days are on Tuesday and Wednesday

Homework day is Wednesday

Reading record/homework diary must be brought in every day

Please try to be punctual and have high attendance


 Lunch time Prayer

For health and strength and daily food, 

We thank you, God. Amen


Our End of Day Class Prayer

Now the day is over, we lift our hands and say

Thank you heavenly God, for today,

We're sorry for the wrong things, but glad about the right

Keep us, heavenly God, in your love tonight


We are so thrilled to be welcoming back our amazing class from last year and very excited about all the fantastic things we are going to be doing this year with them in year 6!

Here are a few highlights of this half term......


We will be working with musicians from The Hallé Orchestra to compose and perform our own music based around our topic.

The performance will be in St James Church on Monday 21st October. Family and friends are welcome to come. 

We are going on a trip to the IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM NORTH on Friday 27th September as part of our topic.

On Tuesday October 1st we will be going to 'Safe Squad' - these are workshops for year 6 children based on digital, personal and community safety

Other important dates for the half term are:

  • Wednesday 11 September - Cafe Church
  • Friday 20th September - Year 6 class assembly



Our Topic for this half term is



 Image result for ww1 trenches

As part of our topic we will:

  • learn about bias and propaganda and use screen printing to create a propaganda poster
  • create vlogs based on groups of people who experienced life during WWI
  • learn key facts about WWI such as when it began and ended and some of the major battles
  • use map skills to find countries (involved in WWI) on a map
  • use ‘PowerPoint’ to present information and use the internet to research
  • look at the terrible human consequences of war by learning about the holocaust

In English, our texts are all set in World War 1.

Our key text is In Flanders Fields

In Flanders Fields By Norman Jorgensen

The story is set in the trenches and the focus of the book is on the similarity of the soldiers on both sides of the fence and the absolute futility of war.

We will also read extracts from Private Peaceful and The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and be reading some war poetry.

We will write diaries, a narrative version of In Flanders Fields, a newspaper report about the Christmas truce (which the children already know about from our Christmas assembly last year) and letters  home from the trenches.

Linked to our screen printing of propoganda posters, we will look at the type of language used to persuade young men at the time to join the army.

In Maths we will cover:

  • Place value
  • negative numbers
  • addition and subtraction
  • multiplication and division 
  • prime numbers
  • order of operations
  • simplifying, comparing and ordering fractions
  • adding and subtracting fractions

We will also have additional weekly lessons covering reasoning and arithmetic to make sure the children are super prepared for the tests in May!

Our SCIENCE Topic is LIGHT. We will investigate how light travels, shadows and reflection and conduct experiments making sure we use fair testing to give us accurate results.

Our RE focus this half term is CREATION. We will focus on Psalm 8 and reflect on the idea of 'stewardship' - how well have we looked after the earth? 

In PSHCE our theme is New Beginnings. As part of this we will link it to our topic work by looking at negotiation and how to avoid conflict.

In FRENCH we will learn about school and school subjects.

Our MUSIC lessons will be delivered by Mr Partington. We will also be having sessions with musicians from the Halle Orchestra which will link to our topic.

What a busy and exciting half term!


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