Coppice Primary

Planting the seeds of
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Hello and welcome to our Kestrel class page!

Meet the Team!

Miss Stallion

Class teacher


 Teaching Assistants






 Mr  Moreton                                                                        Mrs Shanley


Useful information:

End of Year 6 expectationsWord icon

Parent’s guide to our curriculum. The document below has each subject and what we will be covering up to Christmas!

Parent guide

Please find a welcome to Year 6 information booklet below, this should have everything that you need to know in it.

 Ambassador Awards 2017-2018

This year we have incorporated the Learning Passport within a document that recognises children’s achievements in school and the wider community. What is expected in order for children to achieve their ’Ambassador Award’ comes under 4 headings:

  • Citizenship
  • Relationships
  • Learning
  • Behaviour and conduct

Each section has elements that underpin the values that as a school we hold dear. We believe that learning is something that continues every minute of the waking day and it is important to recognise children’s achievements not only in lessons but beyond. Adults in school will discuss each section with the children and how they can meet the criteria identified; we are hoping that the children will be able to take some ownership of the passport themselves!

Have a look at the Ambassador leaflet to find out more and look through 'Steps to Success' passport the Year 6 children will be working through this year to help them achieve their Ambassador Awards!

Information leaflet

Y6 ambassador award. What I need to do.


Please find below the overview of the Spring term. The link will take you to a document showing you what your child will be learning about in each subject for the Summer term.

Subject Parent Overview

In Literacy this term we will be covering a range of genres, these are as follows: 

 Poems free verse

  - Range of poems with structure or rhyme

Information text hybrid



Brazil as a destination –  using persuasive devices for people to visit


 Further classical fiction 

Journey to the River Sea

The Hobbitt

This term we are looking at South America and specifically Brazil.

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Week 1 :  Question

Where is Brazil and which countries are in South America?

Week 2:  Question

What is the landscape like in Brazil?

Week 3:  Question

How does this compare to North America/England?

Week 4:  Question

What is the country known for?

Week 5:  Question

Which tribes are still alive and practising?

Week 6:  Question

What was life like for normal people in Brazil? ( Living and working)

Week 7:  Question

Living in Rio De Janeiro

Week 8:  Question

Living in Manaus

Week 9:  Question

Amazon Rainforest: What? Where? Why?

Week 10: Question

What is the carnival and why does it happen annually?



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Week 14

Summer – 7 weeks/7 weeks


*Interpret and construct pie charts and line graphs and use these to solve problems.

*Calculate the mean as an average.

Ratio and proportion

*Solve problems involving the relative sizes of two quantities where missing values can be found by using integer multiplication and division facts.

*Solve problems involving similar shapes where the scale factor is known or can be found.

*Solve problems involving unequal sharing and grouping using knowledge of fractions and multiples.

Revision time

Problem solving

Mastery investigations




All of the pupils will be following the normal literacy and numeracy strategies along with science, ICT, topic etc. Please find below expected minimum homework requirements during this term.

Reading - 3 x 15mins per week - this will help the children to both build a love of literature and their stamina for reading longer texts - a skill needed for the end of Key Stage 2 SATS. When the children have completed this homework they will show Miss Stallion their Home/school diary which should have three comments in from their parent/guardian. If they have 3 comments and signatures stating that they read with an adult 3 times that week they will get a ark on the lass reading chart. The person with the most marks will win a prize at the end of each half term!

Maths - 1 set per week (Wednesday), they will also need to know their times tables up to 12 x 12

Spelling - 10 spellings per week.  Test every Friday - some of these will be common frequency words that the children do not always spell accurately

Literacy/SPAG - 1 piece per week (Wednesday)

Topic– 1 piece every week (personal learning log)

The ‘learning log’ is a piece of individual homework when your child may be imaginative, creative and resourceful in order to produce various pieces of work.  Children will be given around 9 tasks to complete for the half term at the start of each half term, these tasks are done at your child's leisure and the expectation is that their is 1 done per week, at the end of the half term your child will bring their learning log into class and they will share the work that they have completed with their peers they will then be collected in and marked.

Children will need PE or games kit throughout the week, this should include footwear for both indoors and outdoors. 

  • Blue or Black shorts

  • White T shirt

  • Jogging bottoms for outdoor PE

  • Change of socks - sweaty socks smell after PE

  • Roll on deodorant only

  • Black plimsolls

  • Trainers 


    Forthcoming dates in year 6:


Monday 4th June - Inset Day – School closed for the children

Tuesday 5th June - Back to school for the children

Wednesday 20th June -  KS2 (am) and Reception/KS1 (pm) sports day – this is weather permitted!

Thursday 21st June - Class group photographs

Tuesday 3rd July - HGSC uniform selling event 4-6pm at HGSC

 Wednesday 4th July - Fun day for the children – Fox Cubs class and Squirrels class will be having time on the bouncy castle!! There will be a climbing wall for Ladybirds, Hedgehogs, Badgers and Owls  and KMX karts for Woodpeckers and Kestrels.

Wednesday 4th July - Parents information evening at HGSC for children moving there in September 2018.

Wednesday 4th July - HGSC parents' information evening from 6pm

Thursday 5th July -Whole school transition day for all classes.

Thursday 5th July - HGSC Y6 induction day 8:50am- 2:55pm

Thursday 12th July and Friday 13th July - HGSC Induction day 8:50am - 2:55pm

Friday 13th July - Y6 Disco 5:30-7:00pm

Wednesday 18th July – Year 6 PROM in the evening

Friday 20th July - Last Day of term