Welcome to Year 6



Our teachers are Mrs Tyson and Mrs Ottiwell and our teaching assistants are Mrs Alderson and Mrs Stansfield.





Key Information

Rather than sending lots of letters home, we will put key information on here and on Seesaw. Please click on the documents below to open them.
- Autumn Curriculum Newsletter (including homework dates)

Key Documents

Please click here for a Spelling Frame











Having fun in Year 6!








Ideas for Home Learning or Remote Learning in Year 6


Click here for a great maths website with games, quizzes and lots more - I love it!

Click here for interactive learning across the maths curriculum.

Click here for Year 6 maths mastery activities.

Click here for free games on Maths Frame.

Click here to practise Times Tables Rockstars!

Click here to have a go at daily White Rose maths lessons with videos to support your learning.

Click here for self-marking activities to recap key areas of the Year 6 maths curriculum.


Click here for BBC bitesize science clips and games.


Our science topics in Year 6 are...

Evolution and Inheritance

- Recognise that living things change over time

- Recognise that offspring differ from their parents

- Recognise how animals and plants are adapted to their environment

Knowledge organiser - evolution and inheritance Y6

EXPLORE - Evolution of the Earth in 24 hours!


Living Things and their Habitats

- Describing the differences in life cycles of different animals

- Exploring reproduction in plants

Knowledge organiser - living things and their habitats Year 6

Knowledge organiser - living things and their habitats Year 5

EXPLORE - How are fossils made?


Animals including humans

- Recognising the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way your body functions

- Identifying and naming the main parts of the human circulatory system

- Describing the ways in which nutrients and water are transported within animals

Knowledge organiser - animals including humans Year 6

EXPLORE - What happens to our bodies when we exercise?


- coming soon

Knowledge organiser - coming soon 

EXPLORE - Where does electricity come from?


Foreign Languages

Click here for free languages resources from the BBC.

Click here for more free French games. 

Click here to learn a language on Dualingo.



Click here for some fab reading ideas from the Literacy Shed.

Fancy writing? Click here to visit Pobble and to get a picture to inspire your writing.

Click here for a list of the spelling rules that you need to learn.

Click here for a selection of punctuation games.

Click here for spelling games  from Top Marks.

Click here for more spelling games from the Literacy Zone. 

History and Geography (Topic)

Our topics in Year 6 are...

Is it Right to Fight?

Click here to visit a recommended website to support your subject knowledge.

Knowledge organiser - Is it right to fight?

Click here to look at the BBC bitesize resources.

World War I

Interwar Years

World War II

Post World War II


South America
Knowledge organiser - South America


Knowledge organiser - London


Click here for access to the Hour of Code activities.

Click here access Scratch resources.

Click here for code.org courses on programming.


Click here to find out more about Christianity.

Click here to find out more about Islam.

Art and Design

Click here to see Theneeya McArdle and try to produce some artwork like hers.

Click here to look at images of zentangles - you have to give these a try! 

PE / Wellbeing

Active at Home - click here The Active at Home programme allows children, parents, friends and family to look at some of our fun games that are used in school. You will have access to our lesson plans, videos and diagrams to help you keep active when your children are not at school. 
NHS – Change 4 life - click hereThis website shares a number of links and ideas for fun home based activities at home, many of which link with other curriculum areas. 
Youth Sport Trust - click hereYou can find a range of PE activities that can be done individually or in pairs/small groups with a focus on the development of physical competence and actively learning the importance of personal skills to support social, emotional and mental wellbeing. 
BBC Supermovers - click hereA number of activities and videos aimed at primary aged children, linking physical activity challenges with other subject areas.