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Year 6

38 - Song - Brand New Day (Reprise).mp3

35 - Song - The X Factor (Reprise).mp3

32 - Song - Brand New Day.mp3

30 - Song - Be Alive.mp3

28 - Song - Rap Pack Audition.mp3

23 - Song - Blue Skies.mp3

09 - Song - The X Factor.mp3

07 - Song - Rap Pack.mp3

04 - Song - Average.mp3

02 - Song - School Song.mp3

School Closure - Year 6 Information


Dear Pupils and Parents,


Firstly, happy new year!  I was hoping (and planning) to be able to say this in person but unfortunately we find ourselves in lockdown once again.  This time we are at least a bit better prepared for learning online.  


We will be using a three platforms for you to be able to access information about your learning.  They are: the class page (this one!), Microsoft Teams and Class Dojo.


- The class page will be a valuable resource for key information and links to your learning as well as any updates.  I will try and copy any information from this page into Class Dojo as well to avoid missing anything.


- Class Dojo is a platform which enables you to access the learning that has been set, upload documents pictures or videos of the work you've done; and also for me to be able to communicate or feedback about your learning.  It is accessible on computers AND tablets/phones.  This is an easy way to take a picture of your work to upload.


Microsoft Teams will allow us to have a daily 'tutor meeting' which you will login into live so we can catch up and chat about your work, answer any questions and feedback about how things are going.  This is currently scheduled for 10am each day.


I will be setting approximately 3 hours worth of work per day.  This will be maths, English and one other subject.  Some of you may be quicker or slower with your pace - that is fine.  Take your time and complete the tasks to the best of your ability (you'd be in school much longer than 3 hours each day!).


There will undoubtedly be some technical issues and teething problems as we get this started but I am confident it will become smoother as we get used to it.  If you can't get online or into the meetings, or you have some technical difficulties, please don't worry!  I know this is a challenging time and I just ask you to try your best! 


If you have any questions please use this email as your first point of contact regarding the online learning, rather than the school office:


Stay safe and I hope to see you online tomorrow morning at 10am.


Mr Collin smiley





Welcome to Year 6!


Hello and welcome to Year 6 at Thorpe Lea.  I hope that over the last few days you have started to feel settled in your new classroom and ready for the challenges ahead.  It has been a very unusual year so far with lots of unexpected changes.  I hope that this term we can get back to our normal routines as best as possible while making sure everyone is vigilant and safe. 


We have lots of exciting things planned in our curriculum and the new timetable means that we will be able to enjoy a real variety of subjects. This term we will be focusing on Ancient Greece in our history topic - we kick things of by making some Greek pottery in our DT lessons.  In science and Geography we will look at our changing world and the very relevant issue of global warming. 


Below is our subject overview for the entire year if you like to plan ahead. 


I will update this page as regularly as I can with useful information about school and our curriculum, however, if you have any questions then please do get in touch.


I look forward to getting to know you all over the coming year.

Mr Collin  



PE is on WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY.  Don't forget to come in to school in your PE kit. 




Yr 6

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2


Our Changing World

The Nature Library

Body Pump/ Body Health

Light Up Your World

Everything Changes

Danger Low Voltage




micro bits



We are App planners

We are App Designers


Marketing Campaign

Creating Social Media Profiles


Sketching / murals

Making Ceramic Poppies

Tudor Rose



Portraits (self and of inventors)


Greek Pottery and Sculpture

Model Trenches

The Globe Theatre

Chocolate (designing a bar)

Sustainable Packaging

Designing a board game (Link to circuits)


Global Warning/Climate Change

Modern Day Europe

Tudor Explorers

South America (The Amazon)

Our World and the Future

Climate Change


Ancient Greece

Impact of War




Impact of War


Inventors (Eddison)


I’ll be there

Classroom Jazz 2

A New Year Carol


You’ve got a friend

Reflect, Rewind and Replay


What helps Hindus to worship?

How is God three – and yet one?


What do the Gospels say about the birth of Jesus – and why is it ‘good news’?

Adam, Eve, Christmas, Easter: What are the connections?

Did Jesus have to die?

What is the ‘Buddhist way of life’?

How can churches help us to understand Christian belief?


Say no!

It’s our world


Who Likes Chocolate?

People Around Us

Money Matters





Martial Arts Dance




Tag Rugby


Stretching and Movement









Self Defence


Bon Appétit

Je suis le musician

En Route pour l’école

Scéne de plage

Le retour du printemps

Les planétes


Revision Guides and Useful Information

People often ask appropriate practice and revision materials for the SATs in May.  There are a lot of really good resources out there which are easily accessible. Just make sure they are up to date for the current curriculum and relevant for KS2.  Here are a few examples:


CGP Maths SATs Revision Guide


CGP English Study Book - useful for grammar revision in particular.


CGP Maths SAT Buster Practice Tests


Letts KS2 Comprehension Practice Workbook



I have provided some ideas for how to help support your child at home to enable them to acquire the skills they will need here at Thorpe Lea and beyond.  I have included documents about supporting your child in reading, writing and with their speaking and listening skills. It is so important that home and school work together to help children reach their full potential so I hope this will provide few ideas about how this can be achieved.


Please let me know if you have found this useful or have any further questions.


Helping your child to read with greater understanding

Supporting your child with practical every day maths skills

Helping your child through questioning

Developing advanced Speaking and Listening skills with your child

Encouraging your child to write with freedom

Additional Online Maths and Literacy Programmes


Web Links for SATS preparation