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Whitchurch Combined School remains a 'Good' School - OFSTED February 2024

Whitchurch Combined School

Growing Today, Ready for Tomorrow

Whitchurch Combined School

Growing Today, Ready for Tomorrow

Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

Working with our Year 6 children this year are Mrs Gill Hutton (Monday - Thursday,) and Mrs Debby Mitchell (Friday) Supported by Mrs Lisa Forsythe and Mrs Sarah Sewter.


Both Mrs Hutton and Mrs Mitchell have many years experience teaching Year 6 which we believe is an exciting and important year in our children's lives.


Below, you will find our topic webs to discover what we are learning as well as some pictures to see what we have been doing.


Please do not hesitate to get in touch via Class Dojo if you have any questions.


2024 SATs

We are now fast approaching the End of Key Stage Two assessment tests (SATs) which will take place this year week commencing Monday 13th May.


Should you wish to do any additional practice, or revise any of the Key Stage Two learning, the attached document lists some useful websites and revision ideas.


Remember: SATs are important, BUT they only measure a small part of your  amazing achievements. Your success at Whitchurch School will be measured on  many other things, such as your attitude to your learning, the kindness and  respect you show to others and the confidence you have developed during your time here.

Lots of you have many fantastic talents, such as sports, singing, drama and helping others. These are just as important as English and maths!

Please do not worry about the tests - try your best, that is all we ask.

However, if you do feel worried, please come and talk to us so we can reassure you!



National Gallery

Wow Science! How many cotton wool balls can you fit into a small tumbler of water without spilling a drop?

Wow Science! Can you make a tea bag fly?

Wow Science! Can you make a lava lamp?

Join our class dojo team by following the link below…

Whitchurch Combined School Values

Be Kind
  • No matter how tough your day has been for you: always be kind - Emily, Year 5.
Be Respectful
  • Accept people's ideas or games you might play on the play ground - Edward H, Year 5.
Be Proud
  • Being proud to me is doing your best work and looking for ways to improve - Freddie, Year 5.
Be Resilient
  • You don’t give up! You keep trying your best until it gets easier! - Henny, Year 5.
Be Curious
  • Being Curious to me is asking questions, being interested and wanting to try new things - Edward W, Year 5