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Year 6 Week Ahead Information

03 六月 2016

An overview of the week ahead in Year 6.

  • Art seascapes and debating in Year 6

Information and Reminders

We are very excited about the Summer Fun Day on Saturday. Please find details about this event below.

Summer Fun Day - Saturday 4th June; 11.00am – 3.00pm

Year 6 Transition Day – Tuesday 7th June (please refer to the attached download for more information)

Horrible Histories Y6 CCA practice – Tuesday 7th June

End of Year Primary Coffee Morning - Wednesday 8th June; 9.00am – 10.00am

School Holiday – Thursday 9th June

Year 6 visit to Century Park – Friday 10th June

CCAs finish for Term 3 – Friday 10th June

Horrible Histories performances – Wednesday 15th June; 1.30pm and 6.00pm and Thursday 16th June; 6pm

Primary Year in Review Assembly – Wednesday 22nd June; 9.00am to 10.30am

Primary End of Year Parties – Wednesday 22nd June; afternoon

Last day of school – Friday 24th June; midday finish

Stars of the Week

6A: James Cartwright

6B: Naina Jaiswal

6C: Sophie Hugo

6D: Mia Dajani-Keenan

Due to our Transition day next week, our trip and the school holiday, we will be teaching as normal for two days. Therefore, please find a summary below of what we will be studying. Thank you.


Next week in English, children will continue to read Kensuke’s Kingdom. We are up to Chapter 7 and are beginning to learn more about Kensuke’s story of how he came to be on a deserted island. Children will focus on empathising with characters and seeing things from others’ point of view. We will revisit the techniques which create emotive writing and discuss use of language and structure.


Next week in Maths, children will be beginning a small project around Euro 2016. You will have seen from their response to this week’s homework that they are very excited about this. We will look at problem solving involving money linked to Euro 2016 as well as converting between European currencies and using this information to calculate ticket prices for different venues at Euro 2016. Children will also improve their reasoning and collaborative skills.


As we continue with our Olympics topic, children are learning to debate the pros and cons for a country to host such an event. We will be investigating the impact of the games from a number of viewpoints and moving on to study the history of the games.