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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6!

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Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites.

Please see the letter below for details about the Woodlands taster day. This day has not been organised by Cherry Tree so for any further information please phone Woodlands (number at the top of the letter).

Year 6 residential

To see photos, please visit the Gallery page.

Year 6 Production

Please use the following resources to help you to learn your part in the end of year production.

01 Evacuation part 1.mp3

02 Evacuation part 2.mp3

03 The Whistle Of The Train.mp3

05 Cheer Up Granny.mp3

06 Cheerfulness & Courage.mp3

07 Dig For Victory.mp3

08 Jitterbug Yanks.mp3

09 Hold On Tight.mp3



Check here each week to find your homework. Weekly homework will usually be a page from each of the CGP Literacy and Numeracy homework books, as well as spellings. These will be given out on Fridays and due in on Wednesdays. In addition to this, you should be regularly practising your times tables and the related division facts. Daily reading is essential!

Learning Together Sheets

Please use the sheets below to help you to understand what we learn in school. If you have any areas you would like us to cover, please tell your class teacher.


If you want to see what we are learning this half term, please see our curriculum map on the curriculum page.


Please use the websites below for extra revision.

World Book Day

Year 6 wanted to thank everyone at home who helped us to find our outfits for World Book Day. We had great fun discussing the characters we came as and their role in the different stories. Here is a photo of us all!

Speed Watch!

Year 6 took part in an activity to learn about road safety; in particular looking at how speeding causes a danger to pedestrians. The children created information leaflets and researched the dangers that speeding poses to children. They were then accompanied by a speed awareness officer and a traffic police officer to find out how many people speed near to our school. We found some drivers driving over the speed of 30mph and they were stopped by the traffic police officer. The children were given an opportunity to question we must the speeding motorists and educate them about their choice of speed. After the event, the children looked at the data collected to analyse the types of people who speed. It definitely showed that a whole range of people speed for a number of different reasons which is why we must think to be safe when we are walking down the road.

Best of British Week/Dig for Victory

Year 6 have dug for victory. After learning about World War 2 and writing information leaflets, we had a had at go at our own gardening. First, we had to get rid of the weeds in the raised flower beds. As a team we cleared all of the weeds and will be planting a range of vegetables. Check back here to see our progress!

We participated in our dig for victory activity as part of our 'Best of British' week. We also made miniture  individual Victoria Sandwiches. See our photos below to see how much we enjoyed it.

Year 6 'Dig for Victory' Posters

Have a look at a selection of our posters below. We thought about how we can make the posters effective using as little writing as possible. They had to be short and sharp to make people take notice. What do you think?

Year 6 'Dig for Victory' Posters