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Headteacher: Mr Andrew Sierant Manor Farm Community Junior School Rose Avenue Hazlemere High Wycombe Buckinghamshire HP15 7PH Tel: 01494 814622

Year 6 Summer Term


This term in English we will be looking at journalistic writing, with the aim of writing our own newspaper article about the Boscastle flooding of 2004. We will also be using past and present tense to write an effective flashback and writing recounts on Britain’s Got Talent. We will be doing lots of writing this term to make sure the children all cover the standards expected of the year group!


This term we will be revising a number of topics such as: fractions, percentages of amounts, area and perimeter, time, ratio and proportion, shape and calculating using the four operations in word problems.


This term we will be covering our topic of light, this will include lots of investigations about how light travels, the angles of light and how we can use light.


We will be continuing our topic of the Mayan Civilisation, how people lived, the roles they played in society, and the achievements during this time period culminating in the eventual decline of that civilisation.


Our topic of South America continues and looks at trade and industry throughout the country and lastly, an in depth study of a specific South American country. We will also be learning about the Brazilian festivals and rainforests.

Art and Design

This term our art and design has been lots of fun! We have been looking at different styles of painting and also key skills needed to draw.


World issues have been our focus this term, for example; the plight of refugees. We will also be covering Sex Education after half term.


Turn It On are continuing to work with the children this term and will be creating Top Trump cards as well as making a Year Book of wonderful memories!


Maths and English homework is given out every Thursday, and is due in on the following Tuesday. Mental Maths homework is given out every Friday, and is due back in on the following Friday. After half term, project work will be set instead of this.


Spelling tests happen every Monday morning and sentences are due in that day too. Spelling tests will continue until the end of the year.


Home School Books are checked every Monday, with the expectation that there are at least 4 pieces of reading logged for every week and that a parent has signed that week’s page.


The main focus after half term will be the Year 6 production. A huge amount of time and effort is spent ensuring the children put on a fantastic performance. Children will soon be auditioning for different parts and we are hoping for some solo singers too!

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Porridge (with extra photos)

WOW! What a fantastic performance by all the year 6 pupils in their production of ‘Porridge’ this week.  You really are an amazing...
Posted On 19 Jul 2018
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An amazing display of talent was on show this morning as our very own rock bands took to the stage to perform a gig in front of 300 people.  Take...
Posted On 18 Jul 2018
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Super Swimmers!

A team of 12 children from year 5 and year 6 took part in a swimming gala at Wycombe Sports Centre today. It was a joy to see such team spirit as...
Posted On 18 Jul 2018
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Girls Football Festival

WOW! I must start by saying how immensely proud I am of all the girls that played in the football tournament. You all showed exactly what Manor...
Posted On 27 Jun 2018
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Primary Stars Football Festival

Year 6 took part in a 7-a-side football tournament yesterday, which was run by Wycombe Wanderers and set up through the Premier League. It was a...
Posted On 14 Jun 2018
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Hazard Alley

Year 6 visited Hazard Alley on Monday and were taught how to react in various situations by taking part in different role play scenarios. They...
Posted On 14 Jun 2018
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Y6 Leavers Hoodies

Please click on the link below for the leavers hoodies:  
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Cup Final Winners!

Manor farm vs Holy Trinity The game started with a Holy Trinity kick off. Instantly, they managed to score an early goal and Manor farm were 1-0...
Posted On 09 May 2018
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Y6 Residential Day Five

The final morning arrived with some very tired children.  Mixed feelings were felt throughout, everyone keen to go home, catch up on sleep and...
Posted On 04 May 2018
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Y6 Staycation

‘The Six Shadows’ as they named themselves at the beginning of the week, had lots of fun whilst the rest of year 6 were on...
Posted On 27 Apr 2018
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