Adults in Year 6

Class 6A Teacher – Mrs Alexander
Class 6A Teaching Assistant – Mrs Yeatman

Class 6N Teacher – Miss Noad
Class 6N Teaching Assistant – Mrs Burrell
Class 6N 1:1 Support Assistant – Mrs Phillips


  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Angles
  • 2D and 3D shapes
  • Co-ordinates
  • Translation and Reflection
  • Measurement
  • Algebra
  • Regular revision of all arithmetic


  • WW2: – Diary of Anne Frank
  • WW2 poetry
  • The Shakespeare play Macbeth – Writing Speeches
  • Grammar – understanding grammatical terminology and how to apply in order to improve writing; developing comprehension skills using VIPERS
  • Guided Reading – regular sessions working on deeper understanding of texts
  • Reading Comprehensions
  • Spelling rules

Science and Outdoor Learning

  • Animals and Humans
  • Evolution and Inheritance
  • Pond dipping
  • Weekly gardening

Geography and History

  • World War 2 – The Battle of Britain
  • The Effects of Climate Change

Religious Education

  • Christianity – How is love important to Christians?
  • Christianity – Easter
  • Chinese New Year

Physical Education

  • Hockey
  • Touch Rugby
  • Gym
  • WW2 dance

PE lessons are on Tuesday and Thursday. School PE kit should be worn to school on these days.


  • Gershwin: Rapsody in Blue
  • Charanga Jazz


  • E-safety
  • Scratch
  • Spreadsheets

Art and DT

  • WWII art – Henry Moore
  • London Scenes – Gail Brodhott
  • Crumble package – Inputs and Outputs
  • Cooking – Chinese New Year Savoury Treats

Art activities – Please keep an old shirt or apron in school at all times.


  • Jigsaw Scheme
  • Democracy
  • Dreams and Goals
  • Healthy Me

P4C (Philosophy for Children)

P4C themes will vary according to the topics and interests of the children.  With the teacher assistant as facilitator, the children will be working collaboratively to create relevant questions, give reasons for opinions and discuss the validity of those opinions, develop a sense of trust, tolerance and fair-mindedness and to promote reflective thinking.


  • Verbs
  • Writing sentences
  • Conversations


  • Doodle English and Maths, 5 minutes a day or 25 minutes per week for each.
  • Spellings set on Thursday, to be handed in on Tuesday.
  • Tables – Doodle 20 minutes a week. 
  • Reading – we expect daily reading (to be recorded in homework diaries).

Please check your child’s homework diary regularly and sign it at the end of each week. Diaries need to be in school every day. These diaries will be checked on Monday.

Key Dates

  • Friday 9th February: Chinese New Year day: Parent helpers would be much appreciated for the cooking.
  •  Wednesday 13th March: RAF Hendon trip.