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Year 6




Hello there!

Welcome to Year 6 Evergreen's website page. We have been really excited to get back to school and support year 6 with their final year of Primary School.


Keep checking our page for updates and photos with an insight into what we've been getting up to!


Our class teachers are Miss Hacking and Mrs Docherty


Miss Hacking can be contacted on:


Mrs Docherty can be contacted on:

Online Reading Record

Scan this QR code to go to your online reading record!



Alternatively, follow this link to fill in your reading record: 

Summer Term 1 Overview

Spring Term 2 Overview

Spring Term 1 Overview

Summer 1 - Where in the world?


This term, our topic will be 'Where in the world?' We will have the opportunity to carry out an independent study of our chosen country!

In Science this term, we will be deepending our knowledge on Electricity circuits thinking about voltage and resistance. 

For our PE, we will continue our "Making my footprint" programme to enhance our life skills, as well as gymnastics and athletic skills in our PE lessons. (Our PE days are Tuesdays and Fridays)

Check out our half term overview to see what else we will be learning!

Ciao for now!




DT- Wire Loop Games

World Book Day

Trip to St Mary's University

Music Day 3-2-22 Fresh Prince of Bel Air!

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Music Day Spring 1

Recycled Art Project

Making My Footprint - First Aid

Lacie's Winning Speech Cup Poem

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Local Walk

DT Day - Photo Frames

Reading Breakfast and Odd Socks Day!

DT - Woodwork - Making photo frames

Poetry Day - The Boneyard Rap

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English - Exploring our key discussion question: To dunk or not to dunk? Should you dunk your biscuit into your tea?

Making My Footprint

Mayan Mahem half term overview

Curriculum information can be accessed here:




How your child can support their progress at home


  • Ask your child about their individual targets. All children should be using vocabulary to support the reader (full stops, capital letters, commas and more!).
  •   Read through your child’s homework with them to ensure it makes sense before handing it in. 
  • Encourage your child to use a variety of vocabulary in their writing to make it more interesting.
  • Practice spellings every week and put them into sentences.
  • Read with your children daily and write in their reading record.


  • Ensure your child is confident with their times tables – this will support all areas of mathematical learning.
  • Ask your child daily what they have learnt in mathematics and see if they can explain the method they have learnt.  This will help to consolidate their learning.  It is also important that your child can apply their knowledge to word problems.
  • Use TTRockstars and SAM Learning to encourage hands- on learning.



Research their current topic in science and see if there are any cool experiments to do at home!

History/ Geography


Research their current topic in history or geography and help them to understand where these events would go on a timeline



We are learning about Judaism, so you could help them research more about the religion.



Explore a range of music with your child to see which they are most interested in.  You can also look at the origins of the music.