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Year 6 – Miss Barnes, Mr Bater, Mrs Gatland, Ms Lolljowaheer, Mrs Loveless, Mrs Mellish-Smith & Mrs Wilkinson

What’s Athen-ing in Year 6 for the rest of the Summer Term? We find ourselves on the final leg of our Red Barn experience; just a half term before we alight the Red Barn bus and set off to new ventures at our secondary schools. I’m sure that a little Greece of our heart will remain at Red Barn and there is no doubt that we will myth this place – however we will be very excited for the new experiences and meeting new friends. You Odyssey how hard we have been working in preparation for secondary school.

Have you picked up on our final topic yet?! Yes, we will be studying all things Ancient Greece! Appolo-gies for the terrible puns…

Percy Jackson and the Lightning ThiefPercy Jackson and the Lightning Thief will provide the perfect hook for this topic. It is probably only right that popcorn is replaced with more appropriate Greek-themed nibbles whilst we watch.

The Wolf WilderAs well as non-themed writing based on Katherine Rundell’s Wolf Wilder and a Love Letters to the Stars poetry unit, we will also be embarking on information pages based on the Ancient Greeks in Literacy. This will allow us the opportunity to apply the skills we learnt in our Ancient Mayans topic from previous History sessions.

A Greek tragedy will provide the stimulus for our Music sessions as we follow the plans from Hampshire Music Service to inspire our musical skills.

The Art sessions remain top secret for now…

Our end goal will be to put on a short play depicting the story of a famous Greek god or goddess to the younger members of our school.

All this in addition to the daily numeracy, spelling and reading sessions. PE will resume on Tuesdays and Thursdays once our swimming sessions are complete. And not forgetting our very exciting transition visits to our secondary schools in amongst this too.

As ever, busy times in Year 6!

The Year 6 team.

Home Learning

Year 5/6 Spelling List

Spelling Strategies

Past Learning

Year 6 2021-22

Survival at Sea

Ultimate Sports

Year 3 2018-19

Wild Warriors and Weapons

Year 2 2017-18

Amazing Animals

Food and Drink

Fabulous Films

Year 1 2016-17

Fur, Fins and Feathers

Fire Fire!

Under the Sea