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Year 6

Summer Term One

Welcome Back!

Welcome back everyone to Year 6.

I hope you had a cracking Easter Holidays and are ready for the run up to SATS.

Below, you will find some very important information and links.


Summer Term 1

This is the term when a lot of hard work is completed but there are plenty of exciting topics we will cover.



Monday – Reading records to be handed in, then checked for home reading (4x a week).

 Also, PE is on Monday, so don't forget your kit!!

Friday – Spelling test and New spellings handed out. 


 Overall, it is important to say that we are always here to help, so come and find us if you need anything at all!

Here’s to a happy and successful half term!

Miss Sheridan, Mrs Bennett, Mrs Smith, Miss Bartlett & Mrs Hughes

Now that you have completed your project, you can use these websites to practice your SATs.

Here are some important websites you will need access to during the term:

Hit the Button 

TT Rock Stars

Bug Club

Language Angels

In English we will be reading the book, 'Shackleton's Journey' by William Grill. 
Shackleton's Journey is a unique visual re-telling Ernest Shackleton's landmark expedition crossing the Antarctic from one pole to the other. William Grill's impeccably researched and informative illustrations celebrate the 100th anniversary since the historic exploration by Shackleton and his crew on Endurance. Children will love exploring Grill's exploded diagrams and the fascinating details of this landmark voyage.
From this book, the children will complete a range of writing outcomes including a diary, an argument and a non-chronological report in order to build up a portfolio. 
In Shared Reading, we are continuing our reading of the book, 'The London Eye Mystery' by Siobhan Dowd.
During this half term you will be learning about Percentages and Measurements through our Maths No Problem work and SATs revision.
If you would like to do some pre-learning, please follow these links:
Year 6 will be focussing on local History this half term and at the development of Liverpool from a small settlement to the great city it is today. 
To learn more about these subjects, please investigate the links below:



Our Science theme this term is Evolution & Inheritance. In this unit, children will investigate the works of Charles Darwin and investigate how living things have changed over time and that fossils provide information about living things that inhabited the Earth millions of years ago. They will have had the opportunity to make a visit to a Natural History museum and they will have constructed a geological timeline.


Here are some great websites where you can do some home research activities:


 Kids Britannica - Evolution

Penguin Facts - Evolution

Science for Kids

Kiddle - Evolution


Miss L Sheridan
Miss M Bartlett
Mrs S Smith
Mrs K Bennet