St Jude's Catholic Primary School

St Jude's Catholic Primary School

"Together, we learn, love and grow with Jesus"

Welcome to Year Six

Welcome to our Year 6 Information Page. On this page you will find our Y6 Long term plan, our latest termly class newsletter, details of our homework project for this half term and any other relevant information. 

Long Term Plan

Below is the plan showing the topics taught through the year. Please see the curriculum subject pages for more information regarding the topics.

Termly Class Newsletter

Below is the relevant information that you will need for this term. If you have any further questions please see the class teacher.

Termly Homework Project

Alongside weekly class homework, a termly homework project will be set to support classroom learning. Below is this half terms project.

Phonics and Reading

Systematic synthetic daily phonics is taught following the Read Write Inc Programme throughout Early Years and Key Stage 1, beginning in the summer term of Pre-school. Pupils are grouped according to ability across the year groups. Progress is tracked throughout the year by the early reading and phonics lead and groupings are adjusted accordingly. Pupils in Year 1 have a National Phonics Screening Test in June. Pupils who do not achieve the expected standard re-sit the test the following year when they are in Y2.  Fast track tutoring will be used as an intervention when required to support early reading and writing. 
When pupils complete the Read Write Inc phonics programme they begin 'No-nonsense spelling'.  This programme is taught throughout Key Stage 2. 

We use the Read Write Inc reading scheme throughout Early Years and Key Stage 1 where books are fully decodable and correlate with where the child is up to in the scheme.  Children are also sent home two books which are matched to their reading level from RWI and a book to read for pleasure with an adult, which will be from the school library.


In Key Stage 2 the reading schemes used are Oxford Ready Tree Treetops and Literacy World.  Children also visit the school library each week and take a book home to enjoy with an adult. 

If you have any questions or would like any further information about the curriculum or how you can further support your child's learning at home then please speak to your child's class teacher.  

If you would like any copies of the documents on this page, the school office will be happy to print them for you.  

Y6 Gallery


Year 6 have been creating abstract sculptures in Art and Design using the work of Barbara Hepworth and Zaha Hadid as inspiration. Their work represents the natural world in abstract form.


Year 6 have enjoyed playing the ukulele in music.
They have also been investigating how changing the temperature of water mixed with sugar and yeast produces enough gas to blow up a balloon when placed over a bottle.


Year 6 have enjoyed building lego fairground rides and operating them with computer controlled operations in D&T.


Year 6 have enjoyed investigating electrical circuits in science and have enjoyed controlling on-screen robots using Edublocks in Computing.


In Science, the children investigated how various elements and food sources can be used to power electrical circuits without the need for a cell or battery.


Year 6 have been practising their Mathematical skills outside combining Maths with orienteering.