Year 6 - Eagles

Welcome to Year 6 (Eagles)

Dear Year 6 parents and children,

Welcome to the Spring term of 2023!

Year 6 is an important year for the children as they prepare themselves for the transition to Secondary school.

Staff in Year 6 this year: Mr. Morison & Mrs. Gaudian. Mrs. Tollerfield will be teaching Maths and Science on Thursday mornings and Mr Long will be teaching PE on Wednesdays*. The children will also have PE on Mondays.

Adventure Island will take place on Wednesdays*. Please ensure the children have an extra pair of trousers/joggers with them as they may get muddy or wet. The children will also need to have a pair of named wellies in a carrier bag.  

Year 6 topic work this year will major on the following subjects:


Spring Term 1: History - WW2 & Blitz

Spring Term 2: Geography - Benin

Summer Term 1: Geography – Darwin/Evolution

Summer Term 2: Geography – World Trade/farming/global citizenships

As we will be outside as much as possible for e.g. break time, lunchtime, PE lessons and Adventure Island, all children must have a waterproof coat in school every day. They must also bring their own water bottle in. 

All children must also have a pencil case with their own stationery. We will provide writing pens and pencils. 

School uniform is to be worn on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. On Mondays and Wednesdays, children can come to school in PE kit (sports shoes, shorts and T-shirt + jogging bottoms and a sweatshirt).Appropriate clothing is essential, please.

Please also provide and old shirt or baggy T-shirt to be used as an art overall.

If you agree to your child walking or travelling home on their own or with friends, I must have a letter of permission or/and email sent to 

If you have any other questions, please email or write me a quick note. If you would like to talk to me, I am available at the end of the school day or you can book an appointment through the office.

Many thanks,

Mr. Morison 

Please be aware that no nuts, seeds or hummus should be brought in for snacks or packed lunches. Thank you.


Class JM e-safety rules

  • Be careful not to open any suspicious emails
  • Don't tell anyone your passwords or codes
  • If anyone you don't know asks you to meet them, tell your parents
  • Don't give any of your friends' details away, when online
  • You're not supposed to have a facebook account until you're 14
  • Set your computer to the highest safety setting, using parental controls
  • Don't chat to strangers online
Wellbeing resources
Please find below some wellbeing resources we use in school.