Welcome to Year 6 2017-18

Our teacher is Mr Selby. We are supported in our learning by Mrs Connor during the mornings on Monday – Thursday. Mrs Connor also teaches us Religious Education, Music and PSHE during Thursday afternoons.

Being in Class 6 is an exciting and fast-paced year of learning, reflecting, and preparing – as we begin to think about the next steps of our education and prepare for the transition to secondary school.

Our Class Link Governor is Mr Graham McGuffie.

Year 6 Classroom

Take a tour of our classroom.

Year 6 Newsletters

Please click on the link below to download our termly newsletter.


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Year 6 Curriculum Coverage Map

Please click on the link below to view the Year 6 curriculum at St Mary's for 2017-18. 

Please Note:  These maybe subject to change, as necessary to fulfil the ongoing needs of the curriculum.


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Home Learning

Each week, children will receive both Mathematics and English home learning.

Mathematics is given out on Monday and should be returned by Friday. English is given out on Friday, to be returned the following Tuesday.

New spelling words are given to the children every Wednesday for a test the following Wednesday.

In addition, children may, at times, receive times tables or mental mathematics activities, reading activities or research tasks, as and when they are appropriate.

In Class 6 it is essential that the children read each day at home and are regularly practising their times tables.


Year 6 End of Year Expectations

Please select a document from the list below.

File icon: pdf St Mary's English Writing Expectations Year 6 2016-2017 [pdf 108KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf St Mary's Mathematics Expectations Year 6 2016-2017 [pdf 172KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf St Mary's Reading Expectations Year 6 2016-2017 [pdf 183KB] Click to download


This half-term, our P.E. lessons are on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning.

Please ensure your child has a full indoor and outdoor P.E. kit with them in school on these days. Jewellery must not be worn during P.E., with the exception of newly pierced ears which can be covered with plasters until healed.

If, for any reason, your child is unable to take part in P.E. lessons, please let us know with a short note handed into school.