Year 6 are the role models for the school. They hold positions of responsibility including; Headboy & Headgirl, House Captains, Music Prefects, Sports Captains, School Designer & PA to the Headteacher. The children are extremely proud when they are elected after a democratic vote by the other pupils within school.
The children in Year 6 follow the National Curriculum and study a variety of topics including The Vikings, The Benin people from West Africa, Where in the World do our clothes come from? Programming and animation in Computer Studies, Investigating light and Electrical circuits in Science alongside many extra curricular activities. They have the opportunity to participate in a variety of sports from traditional football, rugby and hockey to more unusual activities such as The Highland Games and the Paralympic sports of boccia and curling. They have the opportunity to play a selection of musical instruments and perform in concerts both locally and further afield, a popular event is singing at the O2. Year 6 enjoy school trips and activities from dressing as Vikings to taking part in a Chinese New Year parade but the highlight has to be the residential activity week in the summer term before transferring to secondary school.