Copmanthorpe Primary School

Copmanthorpe Primary School

Welcome to the Year 6 page 

"You are braver than you believe, smarter than you seem, and stronger than  you think." - Winnie the Pooh

Christmas Carol Concert News - Costumes!

For the Christmas Carol Concert, the children may wear their own choice of clothes. Costumes will be provided for the children playing a specific role; they can wear their own clothes under these costumes.

Dear Parents/Carers,

It was great seeing so many people at the Robinwood assembly. If you would like a copy of the video, please send in a CD or a memory stick (minimum size of 1GB). Each year we ask for a donation of £2; this money goes towards the Year 6 Leavers’ event at the end of the year. Mr Bunce & Miss Turner

Homework: Maths & Spellings

The Year 6 Toolkit can be printed here.

Suggested books to read for a Year 6 child

Click here for the Year 3&4 Spellings and Year 5&6 Spellings

Dates for your diary

  • Friday 15th December: Christmas Jumper Day (raising money for Save the Children)
  • Monday 18th December, 2pm: Grandparents & senior citizens Carol Concert 
  • Tuesday 19th December, 2pm & 6.30pm: Year 5&6  Carol Concert Performance
  • Thursday 21st December: Activity Day
  • Friday 22nd December: Break-up for Christmas
  • SATs: 14th-17th May 2018 (sorry)

Topics for the Autumn Term 2017

  • Science: Light 
  • Topic: World War II
  • Art: WW2 Art
  • DT: WWII Shelters
  • PE: Gymnastics & Athletics
  • RE: How do Muslims & Christians express their beliefs?
  • Music: WWII Songs & Glockenspiels taught by Mr Bunce
  • French: Taught by Miss Turner
  • Computing: E-Safety & Sheets (Excel)
  • Forest Schools: Taught by Mrs Brown

Class Routines

  • Planners are sent home every day, please feel free to communicate via this book and remind your child to tell us if there is a message.

  • Homework tasks will be sent home each Friday and returned on Wednesday in the homework book; spellings will be sent home each Friday and tested on Wednesday.

  • Spellings are practised in class - a spelling list will be sent home.

  • We encourage children to read at least three times a week, recording their progress in their planners. 

  • PE kits are needed in school all week and should include appropriate outdoor clothing & footwear. Hair should be tied back and stud earrings covered by tape; watches must be removed.

  • The children will have PE lessons twice a week: Mondays and Thursdays.

  • Please ensure all possessions are named including water bottles.


Please do not hesitate to call in after school should you have any questions.


Mr Bunce & Miss Turner