Year 6 is a challenging but fun end to the children’s time at Junior School. The children relish the vast array of opportunities, both in and outside of class, to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding.
Key focus areas in Year 6 are:
- - Ensuring that the children become more independent.
- - Preparing children for their SATs and high school
- - Developing the children’s sense of responsibility
- - Increasing their sense of self-worth and understanding of the wider world
We develop these through:
- - The Year 6 children becoming School and House Captains, Playground Buddies and Assembly Monitors
- - The Moving On to high school program
- - The Marchants Hill outdoor activity residential trip
- - Mock SATs Week
- - Junior Apprentice
- - Charity Event
- - Year 6 Production
- - Year 6 Presentations
- - Roman Theatre Workshop
- - Sexual Education Program
The children thoroughly enjoy their time in Year 6 and although we are very sad to see them go at the end of the year, we know that they are extremely well prepared for the challenges that lay ahead.
|Parents meeting presentation|
|Spelling words for Year 5 and 6|
|Arithmetic paper 15a|
|Arithmetic paper 15b|
|Reading comprehension questions|
|Numeracy vocabulary booklet|