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This is a very important year where the children study hard, learn many new things and revise previous topics covered. The children know the importance of doing well in class as it is the final chance to prepare for their next adventure - High School.

This is the last year at Woodbank Primary School and a year of great importance. By working hard, revising and studying, I hope that you all achieve the grades that you deserve. It is important to show those clear Year 6 qualities that will improve yourself as a person and be that quality role model for the younger children at our school. By working hard now, you will be able to take Year 7 in your stride and flourish during your years at High School.



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Newsletter Spring 1

Newsletter Autumn 2

Newsletter Autumn 1


Crucial Crew


Homework will continue to be every 2 weeks.

Given out                   Due in

Thurs 11th Jan           Thurs 25th Jan

Thurs 1st Feb             Thurs 15th Feb


Year 6 spelling lists  

Class News



Our topic this half term is based on the classic poem “The Highwayman”, by Alfred Noyes. In order to fully understand the narrative and perceptions of the key characters we will be exploring the subject of highwaymen, taking into account a balanced view (an element of truth, romanticised ideal). This will enable the children to have a deeper knowledge and appreciation of the context, the actions and thoughts and feelings of the characters in the poem. The children will develop an understanding of crime and punishment in historical times.



How can you help?

Revision Guides for the SATs will be given out next term, along with a Parents Y6 SATs information meeting. In the meantime, please continue to go through practise papers your child brings home (we do go through them in class – so any mistakes are corrected).