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Year 6: Violet Class

Welcome to Year 6: Violet Class!

Your Class Teachers are Leanne and Laura.

This year our topics are:

Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Term 5 Term 6
Blood Heart Hola Mexico A Child's War Frozen Kingdom Gallery Rebels I.D.

Key Objectives for English and Maths are –  

English Objectives:  

  • Apply growing knowledge of root words to help read and understand new words 
  • Maintain a positive attitude to reading and understanding what they have read 
  • Show understanding of what they have read by inferring details summarising ideas and making predictions 
  • Explain their ideas about a text, giving evidence from the text 
  • Describe setting and characters when writing stories 
  • Use appropriate punctuation, including some use of colons and semi-colons 
  • Select appropriate vocabulary, understanding how the vocabulary can change the meaning 
  • Use adverbs and expanded noun phrases to add detail to writing 
  • Use a variety of sentence structures to make writing more interesting 
  • Proof read and edit work 
  • Use the grammar learned to improve writing 

Reading records need to be completed at home, not on arrival at school, and handed in daily.

Maths Objectives: 

  • Read, write and compare numbers up to 10,000,000 and determine the value of each digit 
  • Round numbers to the required degree of accuracy (e.g. to the nearest 10, 100, 1000) 
  • Multiply up to four-digit numbers by two-digit numbers using long multiplication 
  • Divide up to four-digit numbers by two-digit numbers using long division 
  • Solve problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division 
  • Use common factors to simplify fractions 
  • Add and subtract fractions with different denominators and mixed numbers 
  • Multiply pairs of fractions 
  • Divide fractions by whole numbers 
  • Understand the properties of 2D and 3D shapes 
  • Solve problems involving finding missing angles 
  • Use algebraic formulae 
  • Interpret pie charts and line graphs

It's going to be an exciting year in Violet Class!  We plan to: 

  • Perform in front of the whole school
  • Raise money for a charity
  • Cook or bake something to eat
  • Have our work displayed
  • Play in a team
  • Have a classroom job or responsibility
  • Visit an art gallery or museum
  • Visit the Oasis Farm
  • Conduct an experiment
  • Share our interests and read to the whole class
  • Recite a poem
  • Grow a plant
  • Develop our character through the nine habits
  • Learn how to save money
  • Sing lots of songs
  • Help each other to be our best
  • Draw, paint and sculpt
  • Read lots of books
  • Learn about different faiths
  • Use a range of technology
  • Learn how to play an instrument
  • Learn how to be safe
  • Make a costume
  • Take part in a carnival
  • Learn words in another language
  • Visit a place of worship
  • Perform Shakespeare on stage
  • Go on a residential trip
  • Learn to ride a bike
  • Sew / sculpt

Violet Class Photo Galleries: 2018-19

Bugsy Malone

Congratulations to Year 6 on their performance of Bugsy Malone. What a fantastic show! Well done to Leanne, Amina, Shapee and Lou on their hard work supporting Year 6 to perform so well.


Year 6 have been thinking about kindness and identifying kind characters in stories from religious books. As a random act of kindness, they decorated cup holders for people visiting our Hub Coffee Shop.

Buddhist Centre

Our Year 6 trip to the Buddhist Centre was really fun. I had never seen one before and it was amazing! The statues, the pictures on the wall and the decorations were amazing.  They even gave us cookies and juice!

The way back was fun because it… snowed!

Well back to the Buddhist Centre. We did some meditation (really quiet and still) and also there was the story of Buddha on the wall. This was a really good trip ~ Christiano, Year 6

Southbank Centre

Year 6 went to the Southbank Centre to hear Joseph Coelho read the story that we wrote. The book has been published as part of the Imagine Festival and we are now officially published authors!  

Chilselhurst Caves

Year 6 went to visit Chiselhurst Caves. At one point during World War 2, 15,000 people were living in the caves to keep safe. It was really interesting and really dark!

Child's War Evacuees

As part of our ‘Child’s War’ topic, year 6 got into role as evacuees, while the adults took on the roles of hosts, billeting officer and teachers. The children at Johanna Street Primary in 1939 really were evacuated to Tonbridge, Kent.

PE Lesson

Messy Presentations



Blood Components

Hamlet Rehearsals

Dissecting a Heart

Hamlet Performance