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Welcome to Year 6

Year 6


Miss Taylor

Class Teacher



Welcome to Year 6

Hello and welcome to Year 6, my name is Miss Taylor and I am the class teacher. In Year 6, we strive to create learning environment that is engaging and motivating for all, encouraging all children to fulfil their potential while preparing them for the next step to High School.

As Year 6 are the oldest pupils in the school, we greatly encourage independence and responsibility. All our pupils have taken on extra roles such as: Head boy/girl, Deputies, House Captains and Play Leaders. Throughout St Alban’s, our Year 6 children act as role models to the younger children, demonstrating our school’s core values.

If you have any further question, please do not hesitate to get in touch.  

Kind regards

Miss Taylor

Play leaders


At St Alban’s we follow a Mastery Approach to teaching Maths, ensuring children have a firm understanding of the different Mathematical concepts through Varied Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving. During the Spring Term we will be covering a range of Maths topics such as:

  • Percentages
  • Algebra
  • Converting units
  • Perimeter, Area and Volume
  • Ratio

We also practice our arithmetic and times tables skills weekly.



In Year 6 we focus on a variety of different genres. This half term in English we will be learning about Biography’s and what grammatical features we need to use. Linking to our History topic, we will use the Little People, BIG DREAMS book about Anne Frank as inspiration to create a biography about this amazing young girl.

Anne Frank

Reading also plays a vital role in our English curriculum. Each week we focus on developing our reading and comprehension skills by exploring the different reading domains of:

  • Vocabulary 
  • Retrieval
  • Summarise
  • Inference
  • Prediction
  • Compare, contrast and comment
  • Author's choice


As a Catholic School, the teaching of the church is at the heart of everything we do. As well as daily worship, we follow the Come and See Scheme. Our topics for the Spring Term are:

  • Sources 
  • Unity 
  • Death and New Life 

At St Alban's we inspire to follow in the footsteps of Jesus


What was it like to live during WW2?


Imagine being alive during WW2. What would it be like? This term we will be learning all about the events of World War 2 and how Britain and its Allies ultimately won the war. During this topic we will explore both how the war was fought on the Homefront and the impact it had on daily life at home. 



Rio and London

Two cities on two different continents. How are they similar? How are they different? This term we will undertake a comparison study between Rio De Janeiro and London to investigate these questions, exploring both the physical and human geography of these areas.

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