Year 6

Mr O'Sullivan (Teacher) / Miss Watkins (Teaching Assistant)

Welcome to Year 6, the final chapter of primary school. A year of exciting opportunities, rewarding experiences and challenge! This is the year to shine.

As well as reaching academic potential, there will be plenty of opportunities for pupils to participate in key roles and responsibilities within the school that will equip them for their transition to secondary school.

In Year 6 pupils will be expected to work hard but in return, they are rewarded with many happy memories, lasting friendships, and an increased confidence to take them onto their next adventure.


Transition – Biology

At Whickham School on Wednesday 16th November, Y6 took part in a biology lesson delivered by Mr Postlethwaite, Mr Berry and Miss Dixon. Children received an introduction to the care and use of microscopes so they were comfortable using it to observe, sketch and share...

Police Crime Scene Lesson

Our Community Police Officer set up a mock crime scene in school on Monday 14th November. The focus was on speaking and listening.  Half the class were asked to be detectives and the other half became witnesses to a hit and run crash scene. Children combined...

Y6 Cinema Visit

Into Film Festival is a free, annual  film and education event for 5 to 19 year olds. Y6 attended the cinema on Thursday 10th November for a special viewing of Pete's Dragon.

Ceilidh Workshop

This workshop was presented by professional musicians and teachers and had our Y5/Y6 children toe tapping and clapping along to Irish Music. It did not take long for our children to learn the dances (The Grand Circle and The OXO dance) and perform them well. Everyone...

Year 6 Times Table Handbook

Please click the link to view Year 6 Times Table Parent Handbook parent-handbook-tables-introduction If you have any queries, please speak to Mrs McCall on 0191 433 4000 or come into...

Transition – English

Miss Marshall delivered an English lesson on hyperbole to our Y6 children during one of their transition sessions at Whickham School. A hyperbole is an exaggerated statement not meant to be taken seriously. Children used this to create a response, whilst planning ways...

Autumn Creative Homework for Year 6

‘Rule Britannia’ Thank you to all of the parents and carers for the support with homework so far this year. This homework takes the form of mini-projects that the children can choose to complete. The only rule is that they must complete homework worth 10 points (or...

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