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Chepping View

Year 6


Welcome to Year 6!

In their final year with us at Chepping View and are getting ready to transition to secondary school. As such, our focus is not only on the curriculum but helping the children to become more independent learners, more confident in their interactions with those in our academy community and role models for the younger children.

Throughout the year, the children will be introduced to a wide-range of stimulating and challenging books such as Now or Never, A Dunkirk Story, Race to the Frozen North, Brightstorm and Windrush Child to name a few. In Maths, they will continue to build on the knowledge they have already secured and look at new concepts such as algebra. Our wide-ranging humanities curriculum will explore the history and geography of our local area and the wider world and includes visits to the Wycombe Museum and the mill at the Rye. Science is engaging with many experiments to secure their knowledge and across the curriculum, we plan interesting and challenging themes to continue to develop the children’s knowledge and skills across the National Curriculum.

In Year 6, we have a focus on responsibility and using the 5Rs to be both successful learners and members of our academy community fully embracing the academy motto that ‘Everyone Matters at Chepping View’. The children have the opportunity to be house captains, eco-councillors, school councillors, parent ambassadors and prefects.

We have high expectations of all of the children and enjoy helping them transition to secondary school as kind, knowledgeable and curious learners.

Teaching Staff

Year Leader - Mrs Forrest

Class Teachers - Miss Barker, Mr Potton

PPA Cover Teachers - Mrs Forrest, Mrs Grewal

Teaching Assistants - Mrs. Virdee, Mrs Khurram

Introduction to Year 4

Curriculum Overview

Reading List


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