Year 6
8.45 am to 3.25 pm 
Year 6

Welcome to Year 6, your child is embarking on their final year at primary School and what a busy year ahead we have planned. Year six is a challenging but an exciting year.  

There are high expectations for your child and we will do all that we can to help your child achieve those expectations. We require children to be active learners and take responsibility for their learning.  They can do this at home by reading, learning spellings and completing maths & English homework.  We encourage all pupils to access Purple Mash online to enhance their learning, a huge range of resources are available free.  In school, they will be required to listen, follow our school rules and complete their tasks to the best of their ability.

In year six we have the SATs in May and we work really hard to ensure that all the children have the best opportunity possible to achieve their full potential. However, we also try to ensure that we have fun along the way and provide the children with some lovely lasting memories.

As you know we endeavour to ensure that all learners show respect for everything (friends, adults, property) and we constantly remind learners of the values that underpin our every action.  We as a school will continue to support you in reminding your child of these values and the importance following our high expectations for learning and behaviour.

We, as a school, want to ensure that your child reaches his/her full potential, emotionally, socially and academically and we feel that this is best achieved when we work alongside parents.


Mrs Chaggar

Upper KS2 Phase Leader





We have high behaviour expectations at Cherry Lane and expect all children to be respectful and kind to all adults and pupils.  Expectations are clearly outlined in the behaviour policy; behaviour matrix is followed by teachers in class for sanctions. The school Motto is ‘Support, Achieve & Celebrate’.



Children are expected to attend school looking smart in the correct uniform and black school shoes or plain black trainers.

Please ensure you write your child’s name on all uniform and PE kit. 

We encourage girls to have long hair tied back and small stud earrings and no nail varnish.



We encourage children to read daily and it’s important to hear your child read.  Please sign their reading log, four times a week.  Please encourage your child to talk about the book and ask questions. Comprehension skills are just as important as reading the words on the page.




Year 6 will wear their PE kit to school on the days that they have PE. This is to make sure that children get the full PE session and time is not wasted getting changed.  PE will be twice a week.  Please ensure the children have the correct PE kit – black shorts, House colour t-shirt and black plimsolls. The child’s name should be on each item of clothing. Where possible, earrings should be removed on PE days. We are required, for health and safety, to cover any earrings with tape. This can be uncomfortable for the children especially when they have to remove it

Children wear PE kit to school on the following days for Spring Term 1 only:-

6C - Wednesday and Friday

6M - Tuesday and Wednesday

6S - Wednesday and Thursday

Children should wear their white PE top with their usual school jumper or cardigan, black leggings, shorts or black tracksuit bottoms depending on the weather and trainers (velcro only) or plimsolls.

PE lessons change every half term - please see your child's class teacher to confirm the relevant PE days for your child.



Test on Monday & Friday

Children are expected to learn their spellings as it’s an important part of the curriculum.  Spellings will be given out on a Friday and tested on the following Monday (Golden Spellings) anf Friday (Read, Write inc spellings).  Please encourage your child to learn their spellings.




English homework will be set on Purple Mash, your children has a unique login. Purple mash is a secure child friend site.

Homework on Purple Mash and SAT's Revision material will be set every Friday.

Maths SAT's revision material will be issued every Friday.

School Council






The School Council is very popular with all the pupils, as it gives them a voice in school, and enables the whole school community to work together, and we shall be electing a new School Council for this school year.

The School Council is made up of two representatives from each class in KS2.  The Council meet regularly to discuss any issues that may be of concern, or that have been brought to their attention by other pupils.  These issues are then forwarded to Miss Tranter for consideration.



We have various trips in year 6.

Battle of Briatin Bunker


Legoland in the Summer term

If you are able to help, please see your child’s class teacher

Other information


Year 6 topics

Autumn 1 – Are we damaging the world?                       

Autumn 2 – World War II

Spring 1 – Where does our stuff come from?   

Spring 2 – Crime & Punishment

Summer 1 – How will our world look in the future?           

Summer 2 – The Vikings

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