St. Margaret’s C of E Junior School
Welcome to Year 6!
Welcome to Year 6’s page on our school website. Here you can find photographs of the Year 6 classes in action, copies of letters we send home, SATs week information, useful websites and examples of our wonderful work. Don’t forget that every week, Mathletics homework is set - pupils need to log in to complete their homework before they can play any further Mathletics games. All Year 6 homework is set at the start of the week, to be completed by the following Monday.
The Year 6 Team
Please keep making regular visits to check out what Year 6 are up to!
Maths Knowledge Organisers
SATs Information for Parents
Year 6 Letters
The Boy in the Dress
Year 6 had a fantastic time watching The Boy in the Dress at the RSC in Stratford. Here are some of SM10's thoughts about the show...
Year 6 will be learning about India in the Spring term. Here are some common words that children will hear during the topic. You may find it useful for your child to research the meaning of these words.
World War 2 Inspired Figures
Since Year 6 went to Coventry Cathedral they were inspired by John Hutton's west screen. SM10 sketched their own World War 2 inspired figures and then drew them on acetate to look like etchings in glass.
Visit from a Vet
Year 6 had a visit from one of our parents, Mr Davies, today. He talked about his career as a vet. The children had the opportunity to learn about working with animals, ask questions and even meet some guinea pigs! Year 6 would love to hear from other parents who would be willing to talk to the pupils about their own careers.
Making Wartime Soup in DT
Year 6 have been busy cooking wartime vegetable soup. They designed a recipe using their knowledge of wartime rationing; practised their chopping and peeling skills and then reviewed their homemade soups. The verdict was- yummy!
Every Friday, three Year 6 'Secret Readers' visit our reception classes to read a surprise story to a small group or a class before hometime. Year 6 pupils enjoy choosing an old favourite picture book to share with our youngest pupils.