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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6 - Maple


Mrs Hayes and Mrs Tyler are the team in Hazel Class


Mrs Hayes

Hi, I am Mrs Hayes and I teach Maple class. I love teaching and supporting the children in a fun and enjoyable way!


Mrs Tyler

I am Mrs Tyler and I love teaching all children new things.


Mr Ward

Hi, I am Mr Ward. I am a PPA Teacher here at Little Heath and music Subject Leader. I cover a range of subjects and particularly enjoy PE, music and art lessons. This year I will be delivering music lessons across the school. As well as music theory and appreciation, I will be teaching a range of instruments to all year groups.



P.E. Days:

All children need their PE kit in school on a Thursday. Our PE kit is plain t-shirt, black shorts/leggings/jogging bottoms and black pumps. Swimming is every Monday at the AT7 so swimming kit and a towel is needed.



Children have their homework set on a Friday and is expected to be returned on a Wednesday. All children are expected to read at home as often as they can and rehearse their times tables on times tables rockstar. Their creative homework task is set at the start of the term and teachers will set a date for this to be returned. Children chose from a variety of tasks linked to their learning that term.


Reading Books:

The children will choose a library book on a weekly basis. The children visit the library on a Friday and will need to return the book they have and they can then choose another book.      


  • To be able to read quickly and accurately with a great understanding of the words and language used
  • To know the school values and show them consistently all around school to everyone
  • To attend school as much as possible
  • To use and be able to explain the important language in all subjects both when speaking and in our writing








Throughout the year the teacher uses teacher assessments to judge where the children are against National Curriculum objectives. Children may sit a more formal test to support the teacher judgements at different times in the year. The children will complete a formal assessment in May to assess where the children are at the end of Key Stage 2 (SATs)


We hold an information evening to let parent know what the tests consist of. Further information can be found here:


                                                                            The timetable for SATs is below. Al children must attend school for these tests.





  • Journey to the River Sea - Eva Ibbotson
  • Letters from the Lighthouse - Emma Carroll
  • Chimeseekers - Ross Montgomery
  • When the Sky Falls - Phil Earle
  • Darwin's Dragons - Lindsey Galvin
  • The Hobbit - J.R.R Tolkien






Homework Addition Information:

Homework is set via SEESAW on a Friday with the expectation that it is completed within a week. Children all have their passcodes to get on.  Library books of the children's own choice are taken home and can be changed regularly, no set day for this. Times tables must be practised regularly. Oxford Owl is recommended for maths games and to access reading books of all levels -  Children have been given the pass code. Century Tech and Times Table Rock Stars can be used for times table practise and children have all been given logins. 

Thank you for visiting our Year 6 information page.


If you have any questions, please do come and speak to one of the Year 6 team. 


Many thanks,


Mrs Hayes and Mrs Tyler