Year 6

Welcome to the Year 6 webpage, where you can find out anything you need to know about Year 6!


This half term in History, we will be learning about the changes to Britain since 1930. We will be taking a journey through time and learning about the changes which have taken place. As part of this topic, we will be learning about politics, inventions, influential people and fashion, such as music, clothing etc.

This is a great opportunity to speak to members of your family about different times in history over the past 70 years. The best source of information you will have are those who have lived it! Hear some fascinating stories and first hand experiences.


In English, we have used our talk for writing approach to learn ‘The Old Mill’ – a suspense story- and will be writing our own innovated versions of this. We will also be looking at Newspaper reports this half term.


In Maths, we are focusing on number this half term. We will be looking at number sequences, using the four main operations, looking at number patterns. Every week, we will have a fantastic problem solving lesson – this is to get year 6 thinking like mathematicians, and the key skills are resilience and determination. Everyone has a chance to shine on our problem solving days!


In science, we are beginning by looking at animals and humans. We will study everything inside the human and animal bodies, understand similarities and differences and consider the heart, lungs, exercise, diet and healthy living.


In computing, we have a very exciting topic, looking at building a smartphone app. In the past, children have begun to create apps using and we will look at using that site, along with others to really delve deep into the world of smartphones and create a unique and useful app. Look out for these on a smartphone near you!


PE is every Wednesday and Thursday, so please ensure that children have their appropriate outdoors PE kit in school every Monday and Thursday. However, it is recommended that they have their PE kit in every day- just in case there are any changes.


This term in RE we will be exploring different sources of wisdom from religious books to modern day people who are considered to have shown wisdom through their lives. We will also look at the differences between knowledge and wisdom and how wisdom can help us in our own lives.


Expectations in homework books are that they look just like the children’s English or maths books which are in school. Presentation is really important, so please ensure that you are reminding your child of every week when they complete their homework. Home work will consist of a mixture of task, which will include: Spelling, grammar and punctuation, maths, and writing. In addition to this, it is expected that you read every single night- to yourself or to someone else! REMEMBER: if you are struggling with your homework, you must come and ask for help before the hand in date. Please see the homework timetable for hand in days and expectations.

Year 6 Homework Timetable

You should spend around 30 minutes on each task set. In addition, each day you should be reading- to yourself or to someone- and, if needed, you should be practising your timetables and number facts.









Reading comprehension

Grammar activity







Reading comprehension



Additional learning


Times table practise


Times table practise


Times table practise


Times table practise


Times table practise



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