Welcome to Year 6! Year 6 is an exciting and important year when the children not only prepare for the End of Key Stage 2 National Curriculum Assessment, but also take on greater ownership when leading collective worship; participate in a school journey abroad; perform in the end of year school play and prepare for the transition to secondary school.
We encourage the pupils to be more self-
As part of the preparation for the transition to secondary school, the children are given the opportunity to volunteer and undertake a variety of roles and responsibilities throughout the school. Some of the most popular of these are leading Class Prayers, Class Mass and Class Assemblies. Other responsibilities include taking on the role of Class Monitor, Sports Leader, Charity Officer, School Council Representative, Pupil Parliament Representative, Junior Safety Officer and Peer Mentor.
When asked what their best memories of Year 6 were, a pupil said ‘I love Year 6 because we do lots of fun lessons such as Mathematics, English and P.E. One of my favourite subjects is Art because we make lots of different creations’. Other pupils said ‘I really enjoy ICT where we made our own WWII themed books which we published!’ and ‘I like everything in Year 6, particularly being the Holy Table monitor and our school journey to France’.
Click here to download Year 6 Homework Schedule.
Click here to download Year 6 Termly Topics.
Click here to download Year 6 Curriculum Plan 2018/2019.
Click here to view the National Curriculum in England.