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Year 6

Visit the children's tab of the website to find out more about what the children got up to on their year 6 residential 2017 - PGL.

Welcome to Year 6!

In Year 6, our teachers are Mrs Thomas (Year 6 Team Leader), Mr Finklaire and Mrs Hagger. We will also be supported by our dedicated Learning Support Assistants (LSAs): Mr Norgrove, Mrs Friar, Mrs Rumpus, Mrs Hopkins, Mrs Dodgson and Mrs Kundi.  They support us most mornings in and out of the classroom.
Y6 Topic Webs Autumn Term 2017

Year 6 Homework Guide 2017/2018

Please find below a document which outlines the expectations for Year 6.

General Information:

PE days:  this half term, outdoor PE will be on a Monday and indoor PE on a Tuesday.

Spellings given out on Wednesdays.  Spelling tests on Mondays.

Literacy homework given out on Wednesdays and maths on Thursdays.  All homework is due on a Monday.


Each week the children will have two sessions of PE - one indoor session and one outdoor session. As ever, we ask that children have their PE kits in school on Monday and take them home on a Friday. This is because our PE days can change depending on the weather or to fit around other events in school. Please ensure all items are named and that the children have a full change of clothes. For more information about PE kits, please see our school uniform section.  As the children in Year 6 are growing up, we do encourage them to bring in and wear deodorant.  However, due to changing areas and children with asthma, we do not allow spray deodorants in school.


In October, the Year 6 children will be on residential at PGL. 


Please find below a link to the kit list for the trip as well as the medical consent form and the medicines form.  If you were unable to attend the parent meeting, the PowerPoint from the meeting can also be found below.


The children will be outside for virtually all of the activities.  They may also be getting rather wet and muddy.  Please do not go out and buy lots of new clothes!  They will need plenty of old clothes that they can get active and mucky in.  Evening activities are also likely to be outside - there will be no need for the children to bring any smart evening or party clothes!


There is no need to bring bedding.  All bedding is provided at the centre.  Children will however need towels (2 would be ideal as they may need one if they get wet during activities!).


If you have any further questions, please speak to Mrs Thomas or Mr Finklaire.

Final Information for PGL trip 9th - 13th October 2017

If your child will need to have medication administered to them during the residential trip, it is essential that this is brought into school on the morning of the trip and given to Mrs Thomas.  Please complete the form below to indicate when medication needs to be administered, the name of the medication and the dosage to be given.  This can be brought in with the medication on the morning of the trip.