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Year 6

 Welcome to Year 6 from

Miss Bertorelli, Miss Lally and Mrs Ingham!

'Believe in yourself, and the rest will fall into place. Have faith in your own abilities, work hard, and there is nothing you cannot accomplish.' Henry, Brad 2014

              We will expect the children to work very hard this year, both in school and at home, in order to reach their full potential. All we ask is that children come prepared to every lesson and focus on giving their all. All of this hard work will be worth it in the end, even if you may not realise it yet! 




Here are some important days to know:


Headteacher's Assembly on Mondays
Upper Phase Assembly on Tuesdays
PE Lessons on Thursdays
Spanish Lessons on Thursdays
Hymn Practice on Mondays
Music Lessons on Tuesdays
Praise Assembly on Fridays

Home Learning - Maths / English Home Learning is set on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. We expect the children to be reading every day.  In addition, the children are learning new spellings each week - see the separate document.

Important Dates

Thursday 7th March - School Trip to RAF Hendon.

Children are encouraged to come dressed up as an evacuee. 


Thursday 21st March - SATs Meeting.

At 7pm, there will be a meeting for parents regarding SATs.


Friday 22nd March - Pyjama Day

Children are invited to wear their pyjamas in school. Please also bring in any unwanted clothes for charity. 


Tuesday 2nd April - Way of The Cross

At 7pm, all Year 6 children will lead a service at Our Lady and St Joseph Church. Children must wear black clothing (no logos). 


Wednesday 3rd April - Dance Festival

Each Year 6 class will perform a dance in different locations (see invitations) and details below. Children should be dressed as evacuees. 


Thursday 4th April- Upper Phase Sculpture Display in the Dance Studio 8.30am-4.30pm


Friday 5th April - Way of the Cross in school

Children will lead a service in school for the different phases. Children must wear black clothing (no logos).


English - In English, children will continue to develop their comprehension skills, looking for evidence from the text to support their point of view. In class, they will be completing writing activities from a variety of genres.


Maths -In Maths, children will develop their understanding of core Maths skills and begin to apply these to reasoning problems. We will also begin to introduce and revise key topics such as: fractions, decimals, percentages as well as geometry aspects. 


R.E - In R.E, our topic is 'Unity'. 


Topic - World War 2


Science - Light (including the eye)



Spring 2 Spelling List

Upper Phase Lenten Project

Mad Hatter's Tea Party

Mad Hatter's Tea Party 1
Mad Hatter's Tea Party 2
Mad Hatter's Tea Party 3
Mad Hatter's Tea Party 4
Mad Hatter's Tea Party 5
Mad Hatter's Tea Party 6
Mad Hatter's Tea Party 7
Mad Hatter's Tea Party 8
Mad Hatter's Tea Party 9

Mad Hatter's Tea Party - 4.12.18

Boreatton Park Groups 1-4

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Groups 1-4

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Groups 5-8

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Boreatton Park Groups 5-8

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Boreatton Park 2018

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Spring 1 Spellings

Autumn 2 Spellings

Autumn 1 Spellings

Meet the Teacher



Safeguarding Letter.

Secondary School Transfer - Presentation by Mr Cassidy

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