Chorley All Saints Church Of England Primary School And Nursery Unit

Love to Learn, Together with the Lord

** YEAR 6  **

Welcome to Year 6 and your final year at All Saints'; it's going to be great.  Year 6 is fun-filled and action packed year where you will make many amazing memories for you to take away as you progress onto High School.

We cannot wait to fill this page with the amazing work you produce with us... watch this space!

Mrs Marsden and Mrs Stringer.



            Mrs Marsden                                 Mrs Stringer

            Class teacher                              Teaching Assistant

                                       Drawn by Millie-Anne












         Head Boy and Head Girl 


       Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl


                           Sports Captains 


              Senior Prefects





   Team Captains of St George, St Andrew, St David and St Patrick




                                Key Stage One Leaders





Please listen to your child read as often as possible. Studies show that children make more progress when they complete regular reading at school and at home, and we hope you will take every opportunity to read and discuss with your child a range of texts. Please write notes, comments and questions in their homework diaries. We will change books on a Monday and Thursday.  Additionally, they can log on to Bug Club and read one of the books on there and complete a comprehension task.


Spellings and Grammar

Spellings and Grammar will be given on a Monday and tested on a Friday and should be practised daily (10minutes each). Your child will bring home their spelling book and they will also be put on Seesaw each week.


Tables should be practised daily (15 minutes each) on TT Rockstars.


Thank you for your support.



Our PE lessons this half term will take place on a Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon so please can your child come to school wearing their PE kit.  It is essential they have a full kit to take part in the lessons each week.

  • School jumper.

  • Team t shirt or white t shirt.

  • Royal blue or black shorts.

  • Black/blue joggers or leggings.

  • Trainers

     Please make sure your child has removed their earrings and long hair is tied up!


Please find see the link below to see the Year 6 Curriculum overview.



Curriculum letter - Autumn Term 1

Curriculum letter - Autumn Term 2

Curriculum letter - Spring Term 1

Curriculum letter - Spring Term 2



At the start of our new topics in our subjects we share with the children the what we will be learning. The children have a copy of this to refer back to when needed.  Our knowledge organisers are also displayed in the class on our working walls.


Spring term 1 - The Circulatory System.

Spring term 2 - Healthy Lifestyles.

Summer term 2 - Electricity.



Spring term 1 - The Diverse World.

Summer term 2 - World Global Issues.



Spring term 2 - The Victorians.

Summer term 1 - World War II.



Spring term 2 - Collage - Decoupage.


Design and Technology

Spring term 1 - Global Food.

Summer term 1 - Electrical Systems.


Religious Education

Autumn term 1 - Life as a Journey.

Autumn term 2 - How do Christians Prepare for Christmas?

Spring term 1 - Why is the Exodus such a significant event in Jewish and Christian history?

Spring term 2 - Who was Jesus? Who is Jesus?

Summer term 1 - Ascension and Pentecost.

Summer term 2 - People of Faith.



Spring term 2 - Computer programming - Scratch


Every term, to further encourage the children's love of reading, we will be finding out about a new author and exploring several of their books. You will find our Focus author below and links to their webpages to share with your children.

In class we are going to be reading Wonder.

Summer term 2 author is...

R. J. Palacio




R. J. Palacio lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband, two sons and two dogs (Bear and Beau).  Her debut novel, Wonder, has been on the New York Times bestseller list since March 2012 and has sold over 5 million copies worldwide.  The book's message of kindness has inspired the Choose Kind movement and has been embraced by readers young and old around the world.


In class we are going to be reading Letters from the Lighthouse.

Summer term 1 author is...

Emma Carroll


She is the author of many books for young readers.  Click on the link below to explore her website.


In class we are going to be reading The Mystery of the Whistling Caves and The Mystery of the Midnight Ghost.

                                     Spring term 2 author is...

                                              Helen Moss.

She is the author of mystery and adventure books for young readers.








On Thursday 19th June the whole school celebrated Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee.  The children came to school wearing red, white and blue or dressed as a Queen, Princess, King or Prince.  In the morning, the children had a great time participating in craft activities and in the afternoon the whole school came together to have a Royal Parade, tea party and play games.  Three children visited Birkacre Garden Centre with Rachel Baines to choose a plant for our Worship Garden.







Comic Relief Shop



For World Book Day the children came to school dressed as a word.  We were very impressed with their efforts.


          Invisibility, Magical, Icon                          Homeless, Dancer, Bedtime

                 and Sporty.                                                and Animation.



    Surgeon, Injury, Sleepy, Black,                   Breakfast, Sleepy, Me and Chef.

          Basketball and Punctuation.



           Space, Dad, Men in Black                          Army, Concrete, Sleepy

                   and Tired.                                              and Speechless.


Today we had a special visitor on school; James Ketchel.  He is the first and only person to have rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, successfully summited Mount Everest and cycled 18,000 miles around the world.  In 2019, he flew his open-cockpit gyroplane over 24,000 nautical miles around the world in 175 days.  The mission was to inspire a million young people in classrooms over the world to pursue their own dreams and goals.









Last week years 5 and 6 went on a residential trip to Borwick Hall.  We had an fantastic time and participated in some amazing activities.

  • Climbing
  • Orienteering
  • Canoeing
  • Rope course
  • High challenge
  • Problem solving
  • Off site adventure
  • Indoor caving 

Here are some of our memories from the trip.


                    Orienteering and low rope course.                              Canoeing.


                    High challenge.                                              Canoeing.


                  Off site adventure.                                  Low rope course.


                 Off site adventure.                                  Off site adventure.


            Climbing and taking a dip.                                     Canoeing.


                    Problem solving.                                       High challenge.


Pudsey shop to raise money for Children in Need.




   Children in Need Friday 19th November 2021