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Hucknall National

CofE Primary School

Growing together in learning, love and faith

Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

Find out more about what is happening in Year 6 and our expectations.




Welcome to the Year 6 Class Page



Dear Children and Parents,


Welcome to the Class Page for Year 6.


We will be using this page to show some of the exciting learning we have been doing. We will also share some key information, documents, homework and letters relevant to Year 6. We hope you enjoy browsing!


The Year 6 Team

(Miss Murray, Miss Plummer, Miss Mcgregor and Mrs Doran).

Eagles and Falcons


We recognise that this will be a challenging but rewarding year for your child. We will be encouraging resilience, independence and being the best we can be, in a warm, caring environment. To make this challenging year successful, good behaviour will be paramount and we hope you will support us with this.


We are out in the playground every day before school. If you have any concerns, please Dojo us and we will get back to you. We encourage you to use this facility as a way of communicating with us. We will also use this as a way of sharing the children’s achievements with you.

Head Boy and Head Girl Elections 2020

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Revolution - The Victorians


This term's work will be based around the reading of Street Child. 


The book is a fictional account of the experiences of Jim Jarvis, a young orphan who escapes the workhouse in 1860's London and survives brutal treatment and desperate circumstances until he is taken in by Dr. Barnardo, founder of a school for the city's "ragged" children.


We will be researching the Victorian era and finding out all about the matriarch of the British Empire, Queen Victoria.


The subjects directly focused on will be History, Geography, P.S.H.E and Art. Our novel will help us to understand more about London during the 19th century, which will help us to write our diary entries, non-chronological report and historical stories in English lessons.

The Ruling Romans

This term's work will be based around the reading of The Thieves of Ostia.      


The book is about an exciting adventure set in Ancient Rome. Four children: Flavia, a free-born Roman girl; Nubia, a slave girl bought by Flavia who is more of a friend than a slave; Jonathan, a Jewish boy who lives next door to Flavia, and Lupus, a boy without a tongue, embark on an epic adventure to find out who is behind the killings of the local dogs in their town. 


We will be finding out the Roman Empire and focus on answering the question: What did the Romans ever do for us?


The subjects directly focused on will be History, Geography and Design and Technology while the book and themes around the day-to-day life in Ancient Rome will be used in English.

Does It Really Rain in the Rainforest?

The Autumn Term's work will be based around the reading of 'The Explorer' By Katherine Rundell.


The book is a fabulous account of a group of children surviving a plane crash into the Amazon Rainforest and their journey to escape and the mysterious explorer that finally helps them to safety.


We will be finding out about the amazing wildlife and plants that make up this vital part of the world's ecosystems.


They will also find out about the threats that it faces as well as the damage already inflicted on the Rainforests.


The subjects directly focused on will be: Science, Geography, History, D&T, Art and Music- while the book and themes around the Rainforest will be used in English.

Useful Websites

Useful Documents


Year 3 and 4 Spelling List / Year 5 and 6 Spelling List

Year 6 Leavers Hoodies