Year 6 2020 - 2021

Miss Halsall

Welcome to the Year 6 Class Page

In Year 6, we strive to be the example to the rest of the school as we prepare ourselves for High School!

Class Teacher: Miss Halsall

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Comstive and Mrs Fitzsimons 

Volunteers: Mrs Corbett :)

Summer Term Topic : Marvellous Mayans! 

In Year 6 this term, we will be learning all about the Ancient Mayan Civilisation - who they were, how they lived and what impact they had on others! We will be creating our own collograph prints - designing a print inspired by the Mayan art culture! 


Homework : Reading, Spellings and Timestables 

Reading - you should aim to read at least 3 times per week - this is the minimum expectation! Reading records will be checked on a Friday and will need to be signed by an adult. 

Spellings - ~Year 6 have weekly spelling lists that are sent home at the start of each half term and spelling tests will be on a Friday. Spellings list can be found here: Miss Halsall's Group and Mrs Comstive's Group.


Children in Mrs Cosmtive's group also work on the IDL programme 3 x per week - you can log in at home by clicking on the IDL image. 


TimesTables - Please log onto TTRS at least 3 times per week to practise your tables - they are vital and will help enormously with the maths curriculum in Year 6. 



P.E will be on a Tuesday each week. Please come to school in your P.E kit as you will not be allowed to get changed in school. Please see the uniform list for the appropriate kit that will be needed. Trainers are allowed to be worn. Don't forget to remove/cover any jewellery (including watches -and earrings) and make sure your hair is tied up if it is long. You can bring in a roll-on deodorant only. 


Class Novel : Crater Lake by Jennifer Killick. Click on the picture if you want to buy the book to read along at home! 


If you have any questions please contact me via Class Dojo. 

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Year 6: Gallery items

Circuit Class!, by R Halsall

Skipping!, by R Halsall