Welcome to Year 6 Crew ! Our class teacher is Miss McCabe and our Learning Coaches are
Miss Talbot, Mrs Pile and Miss Burns.
It doesn’t seem that long ago that your children started in reception and here they are embarking on their final year at Stockbridge Village Primary. Year Six is a challenging year; the best way to describe it is like a roller coaster ride!
In Year Six we do have the challenge of SATs and we work really hard to ensure that ALL the children have the best opportunity possible to achieve their full potential. However, we also try to ensure that we have fun along the way and provide the children with some lasting memories!
Developing independence is a really important part of being in Year Six. We are very aware that part of our role in school is to prepare our children for their move to secondary school and with this in mind much of the year six curriculum encourages responsibility and independence. From the moment the children enter year six they are responsible for their own learning, expectations are high and they are encouraged to work independently.
Responsibilities are also earned in the form of Prefects.
Timetables Practice- Year 6 children are expected to know all of their multiplication tables up to 12×12. This should be practised regularly at home.
Daily Reading-This should be 15 minutes with someone at home and Reading Records must be signed and dated.
Maths/Literacy Weekly Homework will be given out each Friday and due in on the following week. Homework should never cause anxiety or worry.
World War 2: Friend or Foe?
In this project the children will be learning about World War 2 (with a short focus on WW1 and The Treaty of Versailles). They will focus on the political parties involved and how power was gained though propaganda and segregation and how we can compare this to modern day parrallels. The children will look at key battles and events. They will be making links through our reading for pleasure book 'Now' and class books 'Rose Blanche' and 'Anne Frank'. They will then be presenting their knowledge and understanding through a class book that will be sent home to parents and displayed in our local library.