Welcome to our class page. We would like to extend a warm welcome to you and your child and are looking forward to a successful and enjoyable year. This year your teacher will be Mr Addy who is supported in class by Mrs Harfield. Below you will find key information for Year 6, an overview of the curriculum, end of year expectations and links to websites which you may find useful. Photographs of our work and special events will be shared through the Year 6 Class Dojo school page.
If you need any further information please do not hesitate to contact us. We are available on the playground at the end of the day or call the school office if you wish to make an appointment.
At St Mary and St Joseph's we have our pupils at the heart of every decision we make and as such our curriculum has been designed to meet the needs of all our children. We provide a creative curriculum based around the Cornerstones Curriculum, a nationally recognised approach for delivering outstanding learning opportunities for children.
Each term the children will complete one main project which will be accompanied by short mini projects. Below is an overview of the main projects which we will cover in Year Six. To see an overview for the whole curriculum please use the Curriculum Overview icon at the bottom
Autumn Term- Britain at War
This project teaches children about the causes, events and consequences of the First and Second World Wars, the influence of new inventions on warfare, how life in Great Britain was affected and the legacy of the wars in the post-war period.
Spring Term - Frozen Kingdom
This project teaches children about the characteristics and features of polar regions, including the North and South Poles, and includes a detailed exploration of the environmental factors that shape and influence them.
Summer Term - Maafa
This project teaches children about Africa past and present and the development of the slave trade. It also explores Britain’s role in the transatlantic slave trade, the causes and consequences of the European colonisation of Africa and the worldwide communities that make up the African diaspora.