Welcome to Year 6

year 6Here are our curriculum maps for 2017/18:

We use our CLIC values to help us to learn to the best of our ability. We believe that every child has the right-

CLICC– to be a confident communicator

L– to learn

I– to improve their health

C– to be part of a community

At Netley Abbey Junior School, these ideas underpin all of our learning. With this in mind, please take some time to see what we have been up to in class.

If you would like any further information about our curriculum, please feel free to talk to our class teachers in the first instance who should be able to answer any queries. After talking to the class teacher, if there are any further enquires, they can be directed toward our head teacher.

Autumn 1 – SATS Evening

Thank you to the parents, carers and children who were able to attend the SATS Evening on Thursday 28th September 2017. It was fantastic to share the important information with you, regarding the assessments that your child will sit in May 2018. Please find the powerpoint below, for those who were unable to attend and please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions:

SATS Evening 2017

Autumn 1 – Fairthorne Manor

Year 6 have started their year with a fantastic trip to Fairthorne Manor. Pupils took part in many activities including: abseiling, outdoor rock climbing, raft building, kayaking, various assault courses and a parachute session!

The children learnt many life skills and dealt with the challenges of being away from their families and friends for a week. They represented all school values and were great ambassadors for Netley Abbey Junior School throughout the week. All members of staff who visited were very impressed. Well done Year 6! Enjoy the photos…

Miss Piper —- Heath

Miss Blundell —- Beach

Mrs Hance and Mrs Earle —- Wykeham

We would like children to have their PE kit in school every day, however, we understand that they do need washing!PE

Our PE days are-

Heath: Wednesday and Friday

Beach: Tuesday and Friday

Wykeham: Monday and Friday



Homework is always given out on a Friday and hand-in day is Wednesday.

All children will receive spellings, English/SPaG and maths homework each week. We would encourage times table learning and lots of reading too. Ask questions about what books your child is reading; about the characters and what they think might happen next, based on what they have read. Reading aloud to an adult will help fluency and understanding.