Our Autumn Topic Information  

This term we are looking forward to exploring and learning about Ancient Greece.   

  Our Topic Read:      Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief


Do you know any interesting facts already?

Get ready to jump in the time machine and travel way back to learn about Ancient Greece. Roughly 2,500 years ago Ancient Greece was one of the most important places on the ancient map. Get ready to learn about one of what is suggested to be one of the most historic periods in history with some of the greatest philosophers, politicians, writers, performers, athletes and more! 


Click the BBC picture below to find out who the ancient Greeks were and some of the cities that existed during the time. 


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Here are some useful Ancient Greek links:    

Do you know your key words? 

Find your key vocabulary here.

Do you know your facts?

Find your key facts here. 

Share with your class....

Important Faces     

See if you can research some of the important people that we should know linking to Ancient Greece. 

Can you find any famous Ancient Greek politicians, athletes, scientists or Greek philosophers to share with your class?

Why are these people so important and how have their skills, findings and knowledge impacted on our lives and understanding of the world today?

Can you identify the statue of the man on the right?     






This term, in science, we are going to be learning about the circulatory system and parts of the human body in relation to it. 


Find out about the circulatory system and what is involved by clicking here. 



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Use your Purple Mash log in to find more about topics that we are learning about in school. Continue to practise your Computing skills, present your homework, write a story, or try any of the amazing applications you have access to in school. Share what you have done with Miss Cotterill and Miss Howell - we love to see the work and learning you do at home! 

Just remember your username and password. 


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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)
Wednesday Weekly homework handed in (maths and English) and PE 6C and 6H (full kit needed)

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. 

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