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Year 6


 

Year 6: the final destination in the Chase Bridge journey!

We know what a truly special year this is for children, parents . . . and staff! It marks the end of their primary school experience, and paves the way ready for them to embark on the next stage of their learning. Throughout their time at Chase Bridge, we watch with pride as they grow in maturity, reflect meaningfully on their learning, develop life-long skills and flourish with increased independence. As a Year 6 team, we harness this growing love of learning and encourage self-determination to ensure every child feels confident to achieve their very best . . . not only at the end of the year, but throughout the next stages of their education. With a year jam-packed with engaging topics, unforgettable trips, outstanding progress, exciting roles and enthralling performances, we know it will be one filled with memories they will treasure forever.

Your Year 6 teachers are Ms Chadwick (6C and Team Leader), Mr Ostro (6C), Mr Mantle (6M), Mrs Dight (6D) and Mr Bruce (6D). Our talented teaching assistants are Miss Khan and Mrs MacDouall.

Homework

Maths, spelling and SPAG homework will be set each week, and extended reading is expected every day. The children will be given a weekly planner to write their homework tasks in and due dates, as well as their daily reading achievements. These will be set in a variety of ways - activities to take home, assignments on Mathletics and Spelling Shed, or through Seesaw.
 

We hope you will find the information featured on this page useful. However, if you do have any questions, please write a note in your child's weekly planner, or send an email to info@chasebridge.richmond.sch.uk.  

 

What will the children be learning this half term?

Darwin's Discoveries - This unit will have a scientific emphasis and will build upon work from previous years where children learnt about how humans change into old age and they noticed that animals, including humans, have offspring, which grow into adults. In this unit, the children will work scientifically to discover how living things change over time and learn how fossils can provide information about living things that inhabited the Earth millions of years ago. The children will progress in KS3 to learning about genetics and evolution – including variations between species that means some organisms compete more successfully, which can drive natural selection. 

 

Useful Documents

YEAR 6 SPRING 2 CURRICULUM BOOKLET

YEAR 6 SPRING TERM CLASS TIMETABLE

MATHS REVISION

SPAG COVERAGE GRID

READING REVISION

YEAR 6 SECONDARY SCHOOL TRANSFER PRESENTATION SEPT 2021

AFC RICHMOND TRANSFER TO SECONDARY SCHOOLS ADMISSION GUIDE FOR 2022 ENTRY

 

 

 

Get In Touch

Chase Bridge Primary School
Kneller Road
Twickenham
TW2 7DE

020 8892 1242
info@chasebridge.richmond.sch.uk

Headteacher: Mr Bishop
School Business Manager: Mrs Fleming