Year 6 2017 - 2018

Mr Harley Class 19

Miss Davis  Class 20

Miss Davis Class 20

Welcome to Class 20; your final year at Woodlands!

Miss Davis was very lucky to join the Woodlands team in September 2014, and has enjoyed three brilliant years across Years 4 and 5. She continues to follow her passion for PSHE and hopes that you will help her to link our team of staff and children to create a positive and nurturing ethos of love, teamwork and positivity at Woodlands. As many of you know, last September Miss Davis was appointed as Team Leader for Y5, and got to spend another fantastic year with you all! She was so excited to find out that she would be moving up to Y6 with you too!

Outside of school, Miss Davis loves visiting Scotland to spend time with her family and friends. Also, you will usually find her looking after her two cats: Cookie and Lennon! Miss Davis knows you all quite well already, but she cannot wait to see how much you have improved in Year 5. She is also looking forward to learning more about all of you by discovering your passions, hopes and dreams!

In Class 20, Miss Davis encourages a strong ethos of positivity and success, which comes from commitment and enthusiasm for learning - she believes that you can all achieve your dreams!

“Hope lies in dreams, in imagination, and in the courage of those who dare to make dreams a reality.” Jonas Salk

Miss Davis looks forward to you joining the Class 20 Team - she knows that you will have an AMAZING year working together!

Mr Jenner Class 21

Mr Jenner Class 21

I am extremely happy to have joined Woodlands Primary School and excited to teach in Year 6. My favourite subjects are maths and history and I am looking forward to developing the Year 6 children in these areas. Coming from Wales I have a great passion for rugby and believe in the core values integrity, passion, solidarity, discipline and respect. I play rugby locally, most Saturdays. I also try and ensure I watch as many games involving, my hometown club, Scarlets and Wales, and enjoy returning home to visit my mum and family in South Wales.

I look forward to working with the children in Year 6. I believe everyone can achieve, and with the right blend of enthusiasm and commitment we can all reach our goals together.

“What You Lack In Talent Can Be Made Up With Desire, Hustle And Giving 110% All The Time.”- Don Zimmer

Welcome to Y6!

We are overjoyed to welcome you all into Y6! We have a great year planned, with many exciting topics, fun lessons, new learning and great trips!

We all look forward to being a part of your final year at Woodlands!




Our topic for the Spring Term is:


You may want to start researching aspects of our topic to prepare you for our fantastic lessons! Find out about the key tourist destinations in New York to share with your class. We look forward to hearing about what you find out!



Value of the Month

Our 'Value of the Month' for the month of February is LOVE.

Throughout the month, we will be focusing on team work, respect and caring for others.



Y6 Homework



  • Pages from CGP book weekly
  • Testbase Arithmetic paper weekly


  • Look Cover Spell Checks focusing on words from spelling group weekly
  • Y3, 4, 5 & 6 national word list spellings weekly


  • Pages from CGP book weekly



  • Extract from CGP book weekly
  • Reading at least three times per week and sign in homework diary

Spelling homework is issued on a Monday – this should be stuck into green homework books.

All other homework is set on a Friday due back the following Wednesday.

*Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions about homework.




PE Information!


Please make sure that you bring the following items in your P.E kits:

A white t-shirt, black shorts, pumps and socks!

You will also need plain, dark coloured jogging bottoms,  a jumper or hoody and outdoor trainers, as our wonderful weather can be very unpredictable!

Please make sure all items are clearly labelled in a named sports bag to help children look after their clothes. 

 All Year 6 children will have P.E on a Tuesday and Friday.



Y6 MathsImage result for maths cartoon

You might find some of these maths websites handy...

This is great for clarifying/ teaching different topics of maths:

This website may help revise new concepts and can also be used for Reading, SPAG and Science:

This website has some fantastic information regarding the conceptual understanding of maths, specifically reasoning and problem solving:



Reading Top TipsImage result for book

  • Remember there are three main types of question;
  1. Find and copy- exact word and quotes from the text
  2. Inference- an educated guess backed up with textual evidence
  3. Word meanings – synonyms and antonyms
  • Remember when answering questions to bulk out your answers with your own opinion, inferences and direct quotes
  • Don’t forget textual evidence
  • Always look back and read the text- all the answers are lurking in or between the lines!
  • READ, READ, READ… please read as much as you possibly can for the next few weeks to heighten and maintain your reading skills and ability

Please have a look at new curriculum reading objectives attached to see the progression in skills.

Here are some books you may like to read:

Carrie’s War

Nina Bawden

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

Judith Kerr

Forgotten Voices of the Second World War

Max Arthur

The Diamond of Drury Lane

Julia Golding


Frank Cottrell Boyce


Cynthia Voigt

Noughts and Crosses

Malorie Blackman

Knife Edge

Malorie Blackman

Private Peaceful

Michael Morpurgo

The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾

Sue Townsend

Treasure Island

Robert Louis Stevenson

Mortal Engines

Philip Reeve


Philip Pullman

Dragon Keeper

Carole Wilkinson

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Mark Haddon

Peter Pan

J M Barrie

Wizard of Oz

F Baum

Robinson Crusoe

Daniel Defoe

Oliver Twist

Charles Dickens

Jungle Book

Rudyard Kipling

The Railway Children

E Nesbit

The Borrowers

M Norton

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Mark Twain

Alex Rider series

Anthony Horowitz

My Story series

Various authors

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Ed. Otto H Frank

Boy Overboard

Morris Gleitzman


Garth Nix


R.J Palacio

The Book Theif

Marcus Zusak

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Eddisbury Road
Ellesmere Port
CH66 2JT

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Tel: 0151 338 2260
Fax: 0151 355 1975

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