Location & Contact Details


Hagley Primary School, Park Road
Stourbridge, West Midlands

Contact Number

01562 883280

Email Address

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Term Dates

Academic Year 2023 - 2024

TED DayMonday 4th September
TED DayTuesday 5th September
Autumn Term StartsWednesday 6th September
Autumn Half Term BreakMonday 30th October - Friday 3rd November
Christmas HolidaysMonday 25th December - Friday 5th January
TED DayMonday 8th January
Spring Term StartsTuesday 9th January
Spring Term StartsTuesday 9th January
Spring Half Term BreakMonday 12th February - Friday 16th February
Easter HolidaysMonday 25th March - Friday 5th April
Summer Term StartsMonday 8th April
TED DayFriday 24th May
Summer Half Term BreakMonday 27th May - Friday 31st May
TED DayMonday 22nd July
Summer Holidays StartsTuesday 23rd July

Academic Year 2024 - 2025 (without TED Days)

Autumn Term StartsMonday 2nd September
Autumn mid termMonday 28th October - Friday 1st November
ChristmasMonday 23rd December - Friday 3rd January
Spring mid-termMonday 17th February - Friday 21st February
EasterMonday 14th April - Friday 25th April
Summer mid-termMonday 26th May - Friday 30th May
End of summer termMonday 21st July

Year 6

Believe, Achieve, Together We Succeed
Welcome to Year 6's Page

In Year 6 our teachers are

Mr Hill (Hawks)

Mrs Eastwood (Eagles)

Miss Scandrett (Ospreys)

We are supported by teaching assistants Mrs Hawk, Mrs Wilcox, Miss Farenden.

Year 6 Curriculum

Year 6 arrival and collection

Children enter through Lych Gate to the left – entrance opposite puffins between 8.30am – 8.45am.

Children exit through exit point opposite Puffins or staff park at 3.10pm.


Please find below resources that you may find useful when supporting your child to revise for the KS2 SATs.


Parent Information




Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

Practise and Revision Booklet



Please click here to view the Curriculum Overview for Year 6.

Click here to be directed to our Curriculum Evening page where you will be able to access the PowerPoint slides.



Conflict – We begin our focus on Conflict by exploring World War 2 and finish with a focus on Ancient Greece.



We have a very exciting term of English planned. We begin our topic of ‘Conflict’ starting with a focus on the Second World War using Carrie’s War by Nina Bawden. We will then be inspired by a visit from the Young Shakespeare Company in October to perform Macbeth.  We will then be exploring Ancient Greek myths, writing our own versions.

In writing, the genres we will explore will be: poetry, informal letters, description, balanced argument, instructions, myths and scientific writing.

This year we will be continuing with the Read Write Inc. spelling scheme which involves the children practicing a set of spelling rules in a range of activities. There will also be a focus on the year 3, 4, 5 and 6 common exception words.

Please click here for a copy of the Year 3/4 word list.

Please click here for a copy of the Year 5/6 word list.

Recommended reading

To access the BookTrust recommended reading for 9-11 years olds click the icon. 

To access another useful Year 6 reading list click here. 



In maths this term we will be focusing on the following areas:

  • Number and place value
  • Addition and subtraction (written/mental)
  • Multiplication and division (written/mental)
  • Fractions

We will continue to concentrate on the children’s mental calculation agility.  We hope that you will be able to support the children in every day mathematical opportunities. In addition, it is crucial that the children continue to learn and revise their multiplication and division tables to 12 x 12.  These will be tested on a regular basis through Times Table Rockstars quizzes.

The children will continue to practise the skills required for the mental arithemtic paper. This will require the children to have a solid understanding of the written methods for all four operations. In order to feel confident with the four formal operations, it is vital that the children are fluent with their times tables and addition and subtraction facts such as bonds to 100 and decimal complements to make one.


Mondays – Outdoor PE

Fridays – Indoor PE

PE Kit

  • Gold polo shirt with logo
  • Green shorts (football type, not Lycra) OR dark coloured tracksuit bottoms (particularly during the Autumn outdoor sessions)
  • Dark green or dark coloured tracksuit jacket OR school jumper / cardigan
  • Trainers
  • Optional – Drak green skort

Children are asked to come to school in their PE kits on PE days.


Maths is set on ‘MyMaths’ on a Tuesday and is expected to be completed by the following Monday.

English is set on ‘Active Learn’ on a Tuesday and is expected to be completed by the following Monday.

Spellings – please click here 

How you can help at home:

  • Help children to practise the recall of timetables and division facts. The children have their TTrockstars logins in their maths home learning books
  • Playing games – e.g. countdown where children are given a number to make with the four operations. Whilst we set home learning on Mymaths, there is also the opportunity to play games through the children’s individual logins. These games are linked to the National Curriculum and will help to build fluency.
  • Encourage children to explain their answers and describe how they have solved a problem.
  • Discussing everyday application of maths e.g. weight, money, time, spotting Roman Numerals
  • If you have purchased a revision guide, please encourage their use.



How you can help at home:

  • Regular reading – at least three times per week. This could be your child reading to you or to themselves. Discussing what your child has read, making connections with similar texts, discussing preferences and predictions will all support your child in preparation for reading comprehension tests. Please sign regularly in the reading diary that your child is reading and recording this at home. Reading diaries should be brought into school every day.
  • Spellings – take opportunities to discuss spelling patterns, common errors and definitions of words they come across in their reading or in daily life. Please see the spelling home learning sheet for further support.
Year 6 Curriculum Overview

Please click here for the Year 6 curriculum overview


Year 5 and 6 Curriculum Presentation

Please click here for the Year 5 and 6 curriculum evening presentation



Well Done Awards

Friday 10th November:


Hawks –  Edward

Eagles – Olivia

Ospreys – Jovan



Year 6 Ingestre Presentation

Please click here to view Year 6 Ingestre presentation

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