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Empire -Year 6

Welcome to Year 6 and Empire Class



Empire class has PE lessons on a Monday and Friday. Please ensure your child comes to school these days dressed in a full outdoor PE kit.


We look forward to a successful and happy year.


Ms Marsh, Mrs Kirkness, Mrs Andrews and Mrs Hill


Recommended Reading Book List 

Click on the link below to find a list of books you might like to read. 

Willow Pattern Art

Algorithm Art


This term we will be learning about the pentatonic scale and composing our own melodies in music.

In computing, we will be naming the parts inside a computer.

In RE we will be discussing what it means to be a Muslim in Britain today. 

How many computer components can you name?

End of Term 2 - Visit to Davington Church 

Look at the pictures below to see us learning about the nativity. 

Empire were invited to Davington Church on Wednesday 8th December for a Christmas Experience. The children learnt the Christmas story and how Christians celebrate Christmas through interactive, discussion-based activities led by Rev Daniel and a group of volunteers. 

Art - Portraits inspired by the artist Kathe Kollwitz

Investigating Electrical Circuits


Term 2 - This term will be focusing on electricity.

In science, we will be investigating electrical circuits. We will also be designing and making a game containing an electrical circuit as part of our D.T learning. 

Term 1 Welcome Letter



Our Learning Journey this term is Geography: We will be learning about the country of Nepal.

Firstly, we will be revising our knowledge of Kent, the differences between Great Britain, the British Isles and the United Kingdom.

We will  be improving our geographical skills by: reading maps; using a key; using geographical vocabulary such as urban, rural, coastal, longitude, latitude; asking relevant questions; using compass points for locating places; knowing the difference between human and physical features and using this knowledge to identify features of locations. 

We will spend time learning about Nepal and focusing on the following broader geographical questions:

  • Where is Nepal?
  • What is it like to live there?
  • How can we find out what it is like in Nepal? 


Watch this space to find out about our geographical learning journey!


What do you know about Nepal?

Tasting food eaten in Nepal. We made flat breads and tasted dahl and rice.

Map Work

We had a visitor come into school and show us some of their souvenirs from Nepal

We have been colour mixing and recording how we made the different tones. We will be using this information so that we can replicate the colours in the future

We are very lucky to have Cricket coaching this term with Kent Cricket Club.

READING - Click on the attachment below to see a list of age appropriate books. Each book is a high quality text which you could enjoy at home or share with your grown-ups. Let us know if you read any of the books and whether you would recommend them to your friends!


Strategic games develop problem-solving, logical thinking and planning skills as well as being good fun!


Click on the links below for some of the resources to play the games at home.




Factors and Multiples Game



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