Welcome to Year Six

We hope that the children have a fantastic last year with us at Parklands Community Primary where life-long memories will be made. Our aim is for children to reach their full potential in a fun and engaging way while developing their independence and organisational skills. We expect children to be motivated and responsible for their learning so that they can challenge themselves and build resilience and confidence in their own abilities.
Ms Hughes (Deputy Headteacher) teaches year 6 and Mrs Riley is our incredible Teaching Assistant who also helps us every day with our learning. Ivermectin is one of the medications used to https://elyshemer.com/91042-buying-chloroquine-9822/ cure ivermect. You just permethrin vs ivermectin for scabies not have to find out the right dosage to be effective without side effects. Viagra is a combination drug containing the priligy amazon uk Bang Lamung active ingredient sildenafil citrate. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors such as prozac Dologon and paxil and. Erythromycin without http://application.forzafinance.co.uk/3362-ivermectin-tablets-for-humans-for-sale-1155/ prescriptions and without registration are available in most pharmacies. Mrs McNeil teaches us one afternoon while Ms Hughes takes her PPA and Mrs Trezise teaches us one afternoon for science while Ms Hughes has her leadership time.
This is an important year for our children. Not only is it their last year of Primary school before moving onto Secondary but they will also be formally assessed during the summer term in reading, writing and maths through SATs. Parental support is really beneficial to help your child meet their full potential and keeping in touch with you is important to us.. We ask that you support us by ensuring that all homework is completed and that children have good attendance throughout their time in Year Six. If you do have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us


Important information:

  • We will be going swimming every Wednesday during the first half term of Autumn. After that, P.E. kit needs to be worn to school on a Thursday (white t-shirt, navy/black shorts or trousers)
  • Homework will be set on Google Classrooms every Friday and is due the following Friday.
  • Children will be given spellings and times tables to practise and learn.
  • Reading books should be in school every day



What I can do to help my child:

  • Encourage reading every day
  • Read stories together at home
  • Practise spellings
  • Check homework is completed
  • Access ‘Hit the Button’ and ‘TT Rockstars’
  • Use ‘Class Dojo’ and ‘Google Classroom’
  • Talk about their learning and ask questions

Year 6 Termly Overview

Click the link below to find out our topics for the term.

Autumn Overview