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Year 6

 Welcome to Year 6!

  • 22/01/18 – 6A begin their week at Into University

  • 29/01/18 – WE Project Assembly and meeting after school

  • 30/01/18 -  Castleton Starts

  • 5/02/18 – 6B begin their week at Into University

  • 5/02/18 – WE visit afterschool

  • 6/02/18 – Safer Internet Day

  • 12/02/18 – Art Day

  • 14/02/18 – 6A Class Assembly

  • 15/02/18 – Green Reward

Children will be encouraged to aspire to be like our school captains: resilience, reflective, resourceful and reciprocal. We will be instilling this during our leaning to learn weeks at the start of term. Each week children will be set a target based around one of our captains and we will be looking out for these behaviors during the week.


This term in English will be looking at producing a persuasive brochure to entice passengers aboard The Titanic – using persuasive features and language.

We will also be writing postcards from on-board the ship as well as writing newspaper reports about the fatal crash.

Children will have weekly practice of their reading and SPaG skills also.


In maths we will be focusing on the 4 main operations, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Children will also be looking at measurement – including being able to convert between miles and kilometres. We will also be investigating algebraic calculations and formulas.

Children will have weekly practice of their arithmetic skills.


In science children will be looking at living things and their habitats.
They will be describing how living things are classified into broad groups according to common observable characteristics and based on similarities and differences, including micro-organisms, plants and animals.


This term we will be looking at the topic of ‘Storms & Shipwrecks’.

A central theme will be the crash of The Titanic and the events leading up to it.

In Art we will be looking at the work of Stanley Donaldson and using his techniques to create our own pieces of work.

In P4C we will be looking at stereotypes and the impacts that this can have on society.

In computing we will be learning all about how to stay safe online – including use of passwords and social media accounts.

In geography and history we will be looking at the key features of a map and plotting The Titanic’s journey through the sea and studying the features of cities.