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Year 6 - Leopard & Owl

Parent Information on SATs

Welcome to Year 6



The class teachers are Mr Lockerby, Mrs Salisbury and Mrs Betts.

The teaching assistants are Mrs Giles and Mrs Clark.

View some of the results of the children's hard work in the attachments.



Term 3/4 newsletter 2019

Term 3/4 Newsletter


January to April 2019

Owls & Leopard class



Happy New Year and welcome to Year 6!


We hope you have all enjoyed a fantastic Christmas and a happy New Year.

 Hopefully now everyone is feeling refreshed and ready for a brand new year.

We are looking forward to a couple of busy terms that will lead us nicely to the SATs.


In this newsletter you’ll find information about the learning that will be taking place across both classes.

Best wishes

Mr Lockerby, Mrs Betts and Mrs Salisbury.





We’ll be using the Myst adventure game and How To Train Your Dragon to help with our writing. Also, we will be carrying out reading

comprehension and SPAG sessions each week .





Four operations




Data handling



Topic Areas



Andersen shelters 

Fossil making




Evolution & Inheritance







New spelling words will be given to practise and learn each Monday. On the following Monday children will be tested to check their progress. We will focus on specific spelling patterns during the week in class.


We will hand out a piece of maths and literacy homework each week when appropriate - usually on a Wednesday - which needs to be handed in by the following Wednesday.

Occasionally, we may set a piece of homework to support other curriculum work we are doing in class.

In addition, try numerous fun educational games and learning resources at:





Each child will be set a points target which is related to the number of words in books they are expected to read each term. A quiz will be taken when a book is finished, to check comprehension.

To move up a level, every child will be expected to complete five quizzes scoring at least 80% on each quiz. A minimum of 15 minutes reading is expected most evenings during the week.


Year 6 Trips 2019


  • WWII Day - Museum of Kent Life (13th February 2019)


  • Kingswood Residential trip (Sunday 16th June -Wednesday 19th June 2019)


  • Pfizer’s Science Jamboree (summer term—details TBC)


Leopard class - Games & PE every Tuesday

Owl class - Games every Tuesday and PE every Friday

Please ensure Full Kit is in school on these days.