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Year 6 - Polar Bear Class


Welcome to Polar Bear Class. Our teacher is Miss Kleebaum.


Circumnavigating Svalbard - In the Realm of the Polar Bear - Aspen Travel

Term 2

P.E this term in on Mondays which is Rugby. On Wednesdays we will either be having OAA or Forest school. Please see reminder messages on Class Dojo for when it is Forest School for our class.

We have a lot of exciting things ahead for Term 2. We will be organising and presenting the Remembrance Day assembly to the whole school on November 11th.

For our geography learning we will be investigating Raging Rivers. As part of our learning we will be doing some geography field work at our local river: The River Stour. Hopefully, by the end of our enquiry we will be able to answer our question: What is a River?

Homework will be sent home on Fridays and is by due by the next Thursday. Extra topic homework can be completed for extra dojos and merits whenever you would like.

We are still continuing on our book from last term: Letters from the Lighthouse. Hopefully we will find out what the secret code means and maybe find out what has happened to Olive's sister Sukie.

Once we have completed this book, we will be moving on to: The Girl Who Speaks Bear  by Sophie Anderson.

Yanka wasn't born in the village, but was brought there when she was found by her Mamochka. Now, something has changed and she feels she must journey into the forest to find the answers to her past. 

Term 1

Welcome back! We have a very exciting year ahead of us! Please note that our P.E days are: Monday (Netball) and Wednesday (Cricket). Please remember to bring in your P.E kit (House coloured shirt, shorts and trainers) on these days.

Homework will be sent home on Fridays and is by due by the next Thursday. Extra topic homework can be completed for extra dojos whenever you would like.

We are doing history this term with our primary focus on the Battle of Britain during World War 2. This investigation allows the children to find evidence to understand the importance of a British victory and how close Nazi Germany was to invading Britain.

For reading, we will be looking at the book: Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll. It tells the story of a brother and sister who are evacuated to Devon during World War 2 and a mysterious note they are determined to solve.

Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll | Sevenoaks Bookshop



The Term 2 document below provides an overview of the planning. 

Teachers can be contacted via Class Dojo if you have any questions or queries regarding the home learning. 

Please click here to access extra phonics, reading and spelling resources.

Please click here to access links to other useful home learning resources published online.

If you are unsure of any log in details please contact the teacher through Class Dojo or email