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Year 6

Welcome to Awesome Autumn Term

Your teachers are Miss Cross and Miss Vincent.

Can you guess which picture is which teacher?



Autumn Term 2023


Hello Everyone,


Welcome to Year 6 and the Autumn Term! We have got lots of exciting learning taking place this term.


In history, we will be learning all about The Aztecs. In our sessions, we will explore the various achievements of The Aztecs. We will learn about their culture and beliefs, and use this learning to compare and contrast their society with others in Britain.

We will be expertly coached in the skills of dodgeball and tag rugby within our PE lessons. Our PE days are Tuesday and Wednesday. Our science learning this half term will focus on the main parts of the human circulatory system. We will explore the functions of the heart, blood vessels and blood. Furthermore, we will learn how to keep our bodies healthy and focus on the scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, lifestyle and health.


For more information, see our Autumn Term curriculum leaflet.


Many thanks, 


Miss Cross and Miss Vincent 

 Parents, you can contact us via these e-mail addresses, which will be monitored  on week days during term time and we will endeavour to reply within 72 hours. Alternatively, you can pop a note in your child's organiser. For urgent messages, please contact the school office.

Thank you.


Miss Cross' Email Address:


Miss Vincent's Email Address:




READ, READ, READ AND READ SOME MORE. We want to hear ALL about the amazing texts that you are reading. Reading can take place in lots of different ways and in lots of different places! You may like to read in your head, quietly to yourself, aloud to your family or your family may read aloud to you. A mixture of all of these things is fantastic!



Times Tables Rock Stars 

Everyone has their TTRS login in their organiser. This is so you can practise TTRS at home, whenever you feel like it! Times tables are not something you can learn overnight and so practising them little and often is the best way to learn them fluently. We would really love to see everyone logging onto TTRS regularly and practising those multiplication and division facts that are tricky. We can't wait to hear about what you have been practising on there.

Be Safe Online! 


The website link below has some useful advice to help you stay safe online. Why not have a look?

Autumn term curricular leaflet