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Youth Sport Trust Quality MarkYouth Sport Trust Quality Mark

PE Premium Award Winner - Whole School ImprovementPE Premium Award Winner - Whole School Improvement

School Games AwardSchool Games Award

The Primary EdgeThe Primary Edge

Eco-Schools Bronze AwardEco-Schools Bronze Award

Mrs Moss, class teacherMrs Moss, class teacherWelcome to Year 6!

Welcome to the Year 6 class page on our school website. Here you can find lots of information relevant to Year 6 and take a look at some of the exciting things we get up to as part of our Year 6 learning journey.

Year 6 is an important year where children take on roles and responsibilities throughout the school. There are opportunities to be chosen as house or vice captains, take lead roles in the School Council or become play leaders.

PE DaysPE DaysPE Days

Our PE days are Wednesday and Thursday.

These may change without notice so please make sure PE kits are brought in each Monday and left until Friday. Thank you. 


Children will bring homework home on a Monday and it is to be handed back in at school by the following Friday.

Thank you.

Please find below some of the things we have been doing this year...





SATs Week

Year 6 had an eggcellent open afternoon and were joined by parents in creating various Easter crafts. The fluffy pom pom chicks the children have been making over the last few weeks finally got a home and they even managed to lay chocolate eggs! A big thank you to all the parents who were able to attend, it was a pleasure as always.

As part of Richmond School's transition to secondary project, our Year 6 pupils were invited to a Science morning hosted by the school. They took part in a 'Chemical Reactions' session in which they had to carry out various experiments and observe the chemical reactions which took place. All the children thoroughly enjoyed the session and learned that chemical reactions can take place under different conditions and produce different kinds of reactions. Thank you Richmond School from all our Y6's!!

Year 6 have been brushing up on their drama and  persuasive skills this week. They are now coming to the end of 'The Journey' - the wordless book they have been using this term in English and took turns to get into character and convince the young girl to go through the purple door. Will she go? and where does the door lead? were the questions everyone wanted the answers to. Watch this space...much more to follow...

Autumn Term Science


As part of our Science topic we have been investigating how our heart beats change during different physical activities. We made predictions about the results we might get and carefully identified our control variables before taking part in the activities we had decided to use to get our blood pumping. 

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