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Songs for Production

Here are the Production songs that you can listen to and practise whenever you want. Hopefully we will get a chance to have a joint session over Teams next week!

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Here is the script for the school production. It also includes the song lyrics if you would like to practise them at home.

This half term, Year 6 have completed their ‘Explorers’ Geography unit, focusing on the UK and Europe. We have discussed and located the 7 continents, various countries of Europe, capital cities of countries in Europe, as well as rivers and mountains across Europe, The children should now be able to explain the differences between physical and human geography! We have learnt navigational skills to direct ourselves around Europe (using the eight compass points), planning our own journeys where we would like to go travelling in Europe (using google maps) and producing amazing leaflets about a chosen country in addition to our homework projects. We have a great Europe display soon to be up in our classroom showcasing all of our hard work.
European Homework Project

In the summer term children were asked to prepare a presentation about a European country of their choosing and share them with the class. As well as having some great work on display in class some children shared their work on Power-point and you can view their impressive efforts here.

On Friday 30th April Year 6 went running! All children in the school (and Mr Keen and staff) completed the Golden Mile to help support a nationwide awareness campaign for the benefits of exercise to our mental health. All children gave it a really good go but Florence came home in first place in an amazing time of 7 minutes 32 seconds with Kodee just behind in 7 minutes 34 seconds. Well done to those two and to everyone for taking part.

Florence – ‘Physical exercise is great for your mental health because it feels so good once you’ve finished. It makes you feel like you’ve accomplished and achieved something; it also helps you forget about your troubles.’

Kodee – ‘Participating in sport can help you a lot mentally (when running, playing football, tennis etc). It will take your mind off it and when you achieve, it feels amazing!’ 
Golden Mile Running

Here is the Summer 1 newsletter which shows you all what we will be getting up to during this half term. If you have any questions regarding the content, please do get in touch.


Please find below several spelling documents to support all abilities and those that will be sent home to practise for weekly spelling tests. (The weeks are a guide not 100% accurate)

Times Tables Test Practise Sheets

Feel free to print these sheets off or adapt them for your children to practise for their fluency in recalling their times tables to 12 x 12:

Autumn Newsletters

This document gives an overview of what wwe will be covering in Year 6 in the first half term. Please let me know if you require any further information or queries.

Year 6 class page

Welcome to Year 6’s class page. It has been an incredibly busy start to the year and the children have settled back in brilliantly, getting on with the job of hand-washing and learning new guidelines superbly. On this page in the coming months you will find: - A weekly learning blog written by the children explaining what has been happening in class - Information and documents that may help with home learning - Regular updates on our learning and the latest news in Year 6 Please do let me know if you have any questions via email or the school office. I hope you and your child enjoy their time in Year 6! Mr Keen

Virtual After School Sport Club Opportunity!
Update: Coronavirus (COVID-19) | Youth Sport Trust

As you will have seen from the email sent out, the Youth Sport Trust will deliver a free virtual after school club as part of a national response to the second lockdown. The 30-minute club will take place at 5pm each weekday on YouTube Live and be led by a different member of the YST’s Athlete Mentor network. Starting on Thursday 12th November with world number one female inline skater and 10-time British Champion Jenna Downing. Aimed mainly at primary-aged children, a different theme has been assigned for each day of the club - Adventure Monday, Tuesday Play, Wild Wednesday, Thinking Thursday and Fun Friday. Follow us using #YSTAfterSchool and click below for more information.



We started the term thinking about bravery and courage. This artwork and poetry is on display outside our classroom.

Heart Home Learning

Here is a selection of our incredible home learning on The Heart:

Dissecting a Pig's Heart

We were lucky enough to dissect a real pig's heart to help our science topic. It was useful to really see the different areas and features we had been learning about. Enjoy our slightly gory photos...if you dare!


For Open Day, we made a video of us signing - that's right, signing, to Happy by Pharell Williams.

Halloween picture

A fantastic effort from all in Year 6

Peace Doves

Peace is the new Value of the Month. As part of our thinking about peace, we discussed how we could bring peace to our school, our homes and our world. These peace doves were inspired by a quote from Hiroshima survivor Sadako Sasaki: "I will write "peace" on your wings, and you will fly all over the world"

Peace Spirals

Take a look at our Peace Spirals. Writing spirals like this is a wellbeing activity which is soothing and peaceful. After useful discussion, we decided on which words to include. The end result is beautiful!

Peace Doves

In Year 6, we discussed how we could bring peace to our class, our homes and our world. We made promised to ourselves and wrote them on these doves which symbolize peace.

French Song - Quelle heure est-il?

As part of learning about how to tell the time in French, we have learned this song. Due to Covid, only half the class are able to sing at one time. With that in mind, we recorded it twice with each half of the class having chance to sing both verses. Nous espérons que vous apprécierez notre chanson!

In music lessons, we have been learning more about body percussion and pattern. We learned a pattern and then came up with one together. These are the 'instructions' we used and links to the songs:

Don't Worry Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin 
Think by Aretha Franklin

Enjoy trying these at home. Choose a song and make up your own rythmn pattern. I would LOVE to see them!