Year 6

Class Photograph

I would like to extend a warm welcome to the new school year. I believe that you as parents are the prime educators of your child and therefore by working as a team together, I aim to ensure your child reaches their full potential whilst in my care.

The teachers in Year 6 are Miss Battick and Miss Rees (am). The other adult who will be supporting teaching and learning in Year 6 is Mr Healy.

The Year 6 curriculum builds on the knowledge gained in Year 5. In Year 6, our aim is to prepare the children with the knowledge and skills needed for their transfer to Key Stage 3.

In May, children will sit the SATs tests in Reading, Maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling. Their writing will also be assessed throughout the year. SATs workshops scheduled for later this year will provide you with detailed information about the tests.

Year 6 is a very exciting and important year and there are many enjoyable activities to look forward to, both inside and outside of school.

If you have any concerns or questions regarding your child, please feel free to see me at the end of the day. If I am not available or this is not convenient for yourself, then please make an appointment with me via the school office.

Miss Battick

Key Information

The children will be given homework in order to practice and consolidate basic skills.

  • Spellings – Set on Monday, tested on Friday.
  • Times Tables – Set on Friday, tested on Monday.
  • Maths 10 minute tests – Set on Friday, due on Tuesday.

We also expect the children to read every day and to record this in their reading diaries.

Please note that in order to prepare for SATs and secondary school, the expectations for homework will increase through the year. There will also be opportunities for the children to complete creative homework tasks/projects throughout the year.

Our Learning

Find out what we will be learning during the year in our Curriculum Overviews (latest at the top):

More about our learning in Year 6:

All documents above are in pdf format.


On a visit to St. Chad's Cathedral.
All dressed up for World Book Day.

Performing The Tempest at the MAC as part of The Shakespeare Schools Festival.
Making slime during Science Week.