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Year 6 2022 - 2023

Mrs Page

Mrs Wilton-King

Mrs Price





YEAR 6 2022 - 2023


Mrs Wilton King (6PWK)

Mrs Price (6PWK)

Mrs Page (6P)

Mrs Pickering (6P and 6PWK)

Mrs Fozard (6P)

Mrs Wiles (6PWK)



Welcome to Year 6…

A recording of our online parent/teacher meeting on Tuesday 20th September at 6.30pm is below.  This is an opportunity for the Year 6 team to introduce themselves and to share with you the procedures, plans and opportunities for Year 6.

A reminder that we start lessons at 8.45am and finish at 3.10pm. PE will be on a Wednesday, so you need to wear your PE kit all day on Wednesdays and school uniform on the other days.

The children will also have a fabulous new opportunity of attending Forest School on a Monday afternoon. (More details will be sent out by email). Please bring a named water bottle to school every day.

I would like to invite all of year 6 to our Friday fitness sessions on the MUGGA at 8.30am – parents are welcome too! (Starting soon)

Our topic/focus this term will be “How can we make the world a better place?” This will link with our Creation topic in RE which is ‘Why do Christians want to share the creations of the world?’ and we will look in the past at how people have made a difference to the way they have lived, as long ago as in the Stone Age prehistoric era.


Homework: (All due in on Mondays)

Please keep reading and enjoying books at home. We expect each child to read at least four times a week and would like them to complete their reading record book. This book can be used for a record of what books have been read, book reviews, vocabulary collections and character analysis etc. We would like to encourage them to make these record books a useful resource so that when they are writing they can use them for ideas.

Read theory ( is a useful website as it has questions to go with each text. Some children will continue their membership of Reading Plus ( which I would encourage them to use both in school at home as this is a paid resource and has proved to have very positive results.

The children will also be given some spelling or grammar work each week and would like them to bring the file in on a Monday ready for the next set of homework to be put in later in the week.

The first set of maths homework is based on times tables knowledge. It is very important for the children to know their times tables and the inverse at speed. (7x8=56 and 56÷8=7 etc)

Some useful websites to help with learning times tables are:




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