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Class 14 & 15

Hello! Welcome to Class 14 & 15!

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Welcome to Year Six


Year Six is a year of opportunities, responsibilities, academic challenge and new horizons. Whilst all of our children are outstanding role models to their peers, through our house system, many children fulfill the role of House Captain and lead their houses by example. Year Six children also act as school Ambassadors and are called upon to show Berry Hill at its very best. You can keep up-to-date with what's going on by following us on Twitter


Class 14: Mrs Stirling-Wood

Class 15: Miss Depledge

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Gasgoine and Miss Highfield


We have an exciting, challenging year ahead of us... and we can't wait!


PE Information


Our PE days are Monday and Thursday (indoor)

Monday's PE lesson may be outdoors, when the weather permits. For all PE lessons, long hair should be tied back and jewellery should be removed.


PE kits should include an indoor kit and an outdoor kit.

Indoor: white or blue t-shirt, black shorts and pumps.

Outdoor: White or blue t-shirt, joggers, jumper/jacket and trainers.

Autumn Term


During the Autumn term, Year Six are focusing on a history-based Discover project. Throughout the term we are exploring our big question: Is knowledge greater than power? The Anglo-Saxons and Vikings form the backbone of our learning and the source of much of our sticky knowledge, but we are also exploring our question through other curriculum areas, such as Science and the role of knowledge and power in the life of instrumental scientists like paleontologist Mary Anning. We have already been discovering how earlier civilisations survived and thrived, and we're now heading towards the Anglo-Saxon and Viking struggle for Britain.



Year Six were extremely fortunate to have many visitors during Exploring possibilities week, when volunteers from a range of professions gave up their time to talk to us about their careers. We met inspiring, passionate people - from publishers to engineers, nurses to BBC camera operators - we even welcomed visitors from the theatre and Crown Prosecution Service.

Watch this space for pictures


At the end of Autumn Term 1, Nottingham Trent University invited the Year Six children from Berry Hill to take part in a fun-filled day of art, D&T and Computing. 

Watch this space for pictures