Learn to Live
Live to Learn

Year 6 2022 - 2023

Welcome to Year 6.



Alder class is taught by Mr Cunnington.



Sycamore class is taught by Miss Avery.


'Learn to Live, Live to Learn'

Spring Term

Welcome back to Year 6! We hope you have enjoyed a wonderful Christmas and New Year with your family and friends. We look forward to starting another busy term with you all.

The autumn term was certainly busy, with lots of exciting activities filling our timetable. Our WW2 evacuee trip to Tatton Park, Bikeability, Maths Week, Forest School sessions and Christmas performances are just some of the highlights so far this year.

2023 is an important year for Y6 pupils and we will continue to support you all and ensure that you are all happy and ready to take on the new challenges.

Our residential trip to the Conway Centre (Menai, Anglesey) is approaching (June 5th-9th 2023), please find the initial letter with trip details at the bottom of this webpage. 

For further information relating to our curriculum for the Spring term, please refer to the subject pages on our webpage. The content of our Year Six curriculum raises expectations and inspires our pupils to achieve the very best they can. Central to academic achievements is our ethos of "Learn to Live, Live to Learn", we aim for each child to mature emotionally and socially and feel confident but, above all, enjoy their time during their last year Huntington Community Primary School. 

Don't forget to keep an eye on our School Twitter page where we upload photos of some the things we get up to in Year Six. 




Tuesday - Year 6 Sycamore

Wednesday - Year 6 Alder

Friday - Year 6 Sycamore & Year 6 Alder (with Mr. M Jones)

Please come to school wearing your P.E. kit on the days you are timetabled for P.E.

PE kit is as follows:

  • white t-shirt, dark shorts and appropriate pumps/sports trainers
  • dark tracksuit should be worn during cooler weather
  • Football club kits are not appropriate
  • jewellery and sunglasses must be removed for all PE sessions for safety reasons
  • hair must also be tied back for safety reasons



Pupils may continue to bring bags to school, but the contents should be limited to things that are actually required, e.g. water bottle, lunch box. All appropriate stationery is provided by school so that pupils do not need to bring their own.

Please ensure that all belongings are named, including water bottles and coats.

Jewellery should be limited to one pair of stud earrings. 


Extra-curricular Clubs

Year 6 pupils will continue to access after-school clubs once they start up again. The admin team will soon provide information on clubs available and their dates and times. Please note that if your child is unable to attend any after-school session, please let us know by contacting the school admin team.


High School

Throughout the year, we will work towards providing Year 6 pupils with not only the knowledge, but also the skills and confidence to help them to continue to flourish during their secondary education.  

The statutory cut off day for secondary school applications is October 31st. Please view the information on the Cheshire West and Chester Council website before making your application. An information booklet can be found at the bottom of the page. 

Any communication we receive from local secondary schools designed for parents/guardians will be found in this webpage. 



Homework is set on our Google Classroom platform.  Activities will be set on a Friday with a due date of the following Wednesday. Please use the password details sent out to access individual accounts. 

Please remember to access TTRS, EdShed and Nessy (if applicable) at home too.

Letters and consent forms will also be distributed using this platform.

If you have any problems using Google Classroom or any other platforms, please let us know using the class email addresses.


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