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Kelvedon Hatch

Community Primary School

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School Values

  • Kindness
  • Honesty
  • Confidence
  • Perseverance
  • Safety

Year 6

Mr Simon Weston

Year 6 Teacher

Deputy Head Teacher, joint English, computing, P.E. and assessment lead

Mrs Jill Walker
Learning Support Assistant

Mrs Jenny Phillips
Learning Support Assistant


Welcome to Year 6.  Mr Weston is the class teacher and he is supported by Mrs Walker and Mrs Phillips. In year 6 we study topics such as The Ancient Greeks, the Best of British and World War 2. In English we study themes such as Private Peaceful, Shakespeare, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (just to name a few). We are really hoping that our residential to Stubbers will take place  in the summer term. In Year 6 we aim to challenge the children’s thinking and expand their horizons whilst teaching in a fun and informative way.

Before Christmas I set out dates for the children to bring in their favourite book from when they were little. They need to bring the book in and tell the rest of the class about it, and read it out loud (if it’s a longer story book only a part of it will need to be read).  The dates for the children to do this are as follows:
16th April - Violet, Noah, Hayden
23rd April - Scarlett, Sadie, Henry
30th April  - Lewis, Indianna, Daisy
7th May - Kyron, Paige, Alfie-James
14th May - Alice, Tyler C, Emma
21st May - Philomena, Katie, Dylan
 28th May - Alfie L, Tyler B-A, Beth

Mr Weston

Our diary writing display, inspired by Private Peaceful

This is our curriculum

Look at how to find the area and perimeter of compound shapes - area and perimeter of irregular shapes

A maths tutorial for pupils in upper KS2 (ages 9-11)

Parents, here is a useful file to show you the glossary of English terms your child will expect to see in Year 6.
Here is a sample SATs paper. It has been annotated to show you how each question should be broken down. I hope this is useful! :)