Year 6

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What we will be learning this term

English: Balanced arguments; Stories with dilemmas; Explanation texts; Persuasive speeches; SATs revision (GPaS) Class texts: Holes – Louis Sachar; Explanation texts; SATs revision

Maths: Decimals; Percentages; Algebra; Measurement; Ratio

Computing: Coding

Science: Animals including humans; Evolution and Inheritance

RE: The Journey of Life and Death

History: Crime and Punishment; Vikings and Anglo-Saxons

Geography: Natural Disasters

Art and DT: Graffiti; Cooking PE: Street dance Music: You’ve Got A Friend MFL: French – Mon Corps; Les Animaux

PE days – Tuesdays and Fridays.

PE uniform: Blue or black shorts or track suit bottoms, with a white T-shirt and plimsolls or black trainers. Please ensure that all kit has your child’s name on it.

Latest Year 6 News

Year 6 Staff

  • Sabrina Saccuzzo
    Sabrina Saccuzzo
    Year 6 Teaching Assistant
  • Jackie Balcombe
    Jackie Balcombe
    Teaching Assistant Year 6
  • Natalie Tremlett
    Natalie Tremlett
    Year 6 Teacher

Upcoming Year 6 Events

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Year 6 Learning Links

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Illustration of Girl Skipping
Sabrina Saccuzzo
Year 6 Teaching Assistant
Jackie Balcombe
Teaching Assistant Year 6

I have been working at Grinling Gibbons Primary School for 17 years, and this is the school that my children attended, as well as the school where I came as a child. This is why I love working here – it’s more like home to me!

Over the years, I have had many roles including lunch-time support, cleaner and teaching assistant, but whatever it is I’m doing, I really enjoy working with the children.

Natalie Tremlett
Year 6 Teacher

Additional Role


Joining Grinling Gibbons in September 2017, I immediately felt welcomed into the school community. Both the children and adults in our school have a great enthusiasm for learning, as well as a sense of mutual respect and kindness. I am particularly pleased to be in Year 6, as it’s amazing to see the children mature over the year into confident, resilient and independent learners who are ready for secondary school.

What motivates me as a teacher is seeing children achieve new things and take pride in their successes – whether that be in sports, arts, extra-curricular activities or our core subjects, English and maths. As maths leader, my role is to ensure our children have an engaging maths curriculum that challenges every learner, as well as teaches them the skills they will need for adult life.