Class 6 2020 - 2021

Mrs Eddie

Welcome to Year Six!

Class Information

There are 28 children in Year Six and the class teacher is Mrs Eddie.  Mrs Worth, Ms Lewis and Mrs De Ruiter also help us with our learning.

Year 6 is an exciting time when the children are finally the eldest pupils in the school.  There are many things to look forward to, such as: having a Reception Buddy, sitting on chairs in assembly, receiving the Friendship Award from Mr Norris, the end of year production, going on trips and residentials, Leavers' Hoodies…

Despite Covid-19 causing a different way of working at school, we are determined to make all of these things happen!


Our Learning

During the Summer term, we will learning about our 'Extreme Earth'.  More information about our learning can be found on the School Curriculum page. 

Year A long term plan: (2020 / 2021) 

Year B long term plan: (2021 / 2022)


Our key questions are:

  • What are lines of longitude and latitude?
  • Where are continents, countries, capital cities and major physical features located? (REVISION)
  • What and where are the different biomes/environments in the world? (Weather/climate?) Science link
  • How are mountains formed?
  • How do Volcanoes & Earthquakes work? (Plate tectonics)
  • Can I identify/name and locate mountain ranges and volcanoes in different continents?


Our topic in the Spring term was called 'How Britain Began' and we found out how life in Britain developed and changed during the Stone, Bronze, Iron Ages and Roman Britain. 



We use Seesaw as our digital learning platform.  All homework and student/parent communication will be shared via this website/app.


PE this half term is on Mondays and Wednesdays. Remember to always have your indoor and outdoor PE kit in school.



Homework is given out on Friday and is due back on the following Thursday.  There will be a piece of maths and literacy homework to complete each week. 



Remember to practise your multiplication and division facts at Times Table Rockstars!

Try the games at to practise maths facts against the clock.

You can also log in to MyMaths to play games or practise what we have been learning in school.  



Remember to read as often as possible. Update your reading log via the link on Seesaw to the Google Form.

The TES created a list of the top 100 books that you should read before you leave primary school.  How many of them have you read?  Which will you choose next?–

There are some more suggestions here:

Try this website for some inspiration for your next read: 







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