Class 13 = Nepal                Class 14 = Japan

Mrs Thomas


Mr Higginson


Mrs Hussey

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Davies

SEN Teaching Assistant

Mrs Telfer

Interventions Teacher

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  Our PE days are Monday and Friday.

A Better Start to Reading | edX

Our book change day is a Tuesday.

Our class book is:

Holes by Louis Sachar

Useful links

Year 6 useful websites: 

Information about different subjects taught in Year 6, including English and Maths 

Primary Homework Help | Online Games For Kids – BBC Bitesize 

List of recommended books for Year 6 children to read 

Best Books for Year 6 | Ages 10-11 Recommended Reads | BooksForTopics 

English games, including SPaG (spelling, punctuation and grammar) 

Spelling and Grammar, English Games for 7-11 Years – Topmarks 

Website to practise different maths skills 

IXL – Place values (Year 6 maths practice) 

Maths booklets for children to practise the Year 6 maths curriculum  

Parent resources | Maths workbooks | White Rose Maths 


Home – CBBC Newsround 

Information about Year 6 SATs tests 

Key stage 1 and 2 national curriculum tests: information for parents – GOV.UK (

BBC bitesize Ancient Egypt

Term 3 Summary

In Term 3, our topic is Ancient Egypt. We will be finding out about the chronology of the period, and how we use different sources of information to find out about daily life, important places and religion. As part of the topic, we will be visiting Bristol Museum and Art Gallery where we will take part in a workshop on Ancient Egypt, as well as viewing the Egyptian galleries and having a quick look at the rest of the museum. 

In addition, our indoor PE will be based on Egyptian dance and we will be making models of artefacts out of clay.

In English, we will be basing our learning upon the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb and the class book ‘Holes’.

As well as the clay modelling, in art, we will be studying and creating hieroglyphs.

In outdoor PE, we will be developing our skipping skills. 

Term 2 Summary

In Term 2, our topic is Europe and we will be studying the similarities and differences between Bristol and Bologna (a similarly-sized city in Italy). We will begin our topic by studying the physical and human features in Bristol and the surrounding area. We will move onto identifying the location of Bologna by using maps, images and video clips to make comparisons with Bristol.  As a class, we will be producing a Google slideshow and a floor book to present our work before using Publisher to produce a holiday brochure. 

In English, we will be basing our learning upon the story ‘Shackleton’s Endurance’ and producing several pieces of writing. 

In art, we will be linking our learning from our English lessons to create physical features of Antarctica (based on Shackleton’s journey). We will also be producing poppy art as part of Remembrance Day. 

In PE, we will be developing both our gymnastics skills through creating short sequences and our games skills through playing different striking and fielding games. 

Towards the end of term in D&T, we will design and create gingerbread houses as part of our Christmas celebrations.

During Term 2, we will be attending Forest School for 2 days and a ‘Life Skills’ workshop. 

Term 1 Summary

Our topics are ‘Planet Earth’ and ‘Light and Electricity’.

In ‘Planet Earth’ we will be looking at some of the key geographical features of the UK, latitude and longitude, time zones and other features of maps.

In ‘Light and Electricity’ we will look at symbols and circuit diagrams, how circuits can be changed and the effects this produces e.g. in the brightness of a bulb, how light travels in straight lines (and this produces shadows) and how different materials affect the transmission of light.

As well as this, we will be looking at aspects of Islam, Invasion games in PE and the art of Miro.

We are also lucky to have sessions every Wednesday with ‘Martial Arts Matt’.