Our Autumn Topic Information  

This term we are looking forward to exploring, learning and asking the question: Where in the world has there been social injustice?

 What we're reading... 

Reading for pleasure: 

6C are reading...      Ickabog by J.K Rowling 

Our Topic Read:      Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief

 Do you know any interesting facts already?

Firstly, we will travelling back to study the civil rights movement was a struggle for social justice that took place mainly during the 1950s and 1960s for Black Americans to gain equal rights under the law in the United States. The Civil War had officially abolished slavery, but it didn’t end discrimination against Black people—they continued to endure the devastating effects of racism, especially in the South. By the mid-20th century, Black Americans had had more than enough of prejudice and violence against them. They, along with many white Americans, mobilised and began an unprecedented fight for equality that spanned two decades. - History.com


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Here are some useful links to our topic:  

Do you know your key words? 

What words can you learn to share with your teacher and class? Write these in your reading diary with a definition. 

Do you know your facts?

African-American Civil Rights Movement for KS2 

Jim Crow Laws KS2 

Share with your class....

Important Faces     

See if you can research some significant people involved in issues that have involved social injustice such as the civil rights movement.

Who can you find? Why were they significant? 


Martin Luther King 

Rosa Parks 

Martin Luther King - National Geo




This term, in science, we are going to be learning about electricity and the topic of living things and their habitats. 


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Topic Class Clips  

Different topic clips here. 



Our Year 6 Timetable 

The timetable below shows when children will need to bring in specific items during the week. It is children's responsibility to ensure that they bring the correct equipment and kit on specific days. If any changes are made, parents will be notified via parent pay or via text message.  

Monday 6C - Swimming (full kit needed)


6C and 6H PE (full kit needed)

Thursday Weekly homework handed in (maths/English/Reading) 

Spelling test

Weekly homework handed out

6H - Swimming (full kit needed)

Remember, all reading books, reading records, spelling lists and *PE kits should be in school every day. 

*PE kits can be taken home weekly for washing. 

Reading Diaries:

Remember to record every time you read at home by putting the date, page number  and what the book is that you are reading. Remember you should be reading your reading book as much as you can (every night) however you can also record when you read for pleasure in class or at home. Your parent/guardian needs to sign your book before it is changed. It is important that you bring your reading book and record in every day as we will hear you read in the morning. 

* How many words and definitions have you recorded in your diary this week? *

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