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Year 6 - capybara

 The friendliest animal in the world! Year 6 have been named after this unusual creature; an impressive semi-aquatic mammal which is found throughout much of northern and central South America. The animal with this happy reputation is the capybara; it is  closely related to guinea pigs and is the largest rodent in the world. They  love nothing more than wading through swamps and hiding submerged in the water to avoid their predators and their webbed feet help them manoeuvre in water and wander across muddy ground. Their facial features are located towards the top of their large heads, allowing them to see and breathe while swimming.(which they are very good at). Capybara are capable of staying submerged for up to 5 minutes and can press their ears against their heads to keep water out. They are extremely social animals and will happily mix with a variety of other animals – they have even been known to sit peacefully next to a crocodile!

Class Film


Year 6 Curriculum Map 

Spring  Term

Please see below what Year 6 are learning this term. If you click on the documents, they will open into a large version.

The documents are Knowledge Organisers. They contain key facts and information that the children need to have as a basic knowledge and understanding of the topic – giving them the ‘bigger picture’ of what they will be learning at school.


Purple Mash

Please click on the picture below to access the Purple Mash website. Please ask your child's teacher if you are unsure of the log in details.

Click here to be directed to our Purple Mash information page. 


Please click on the links below to access different online stories that children can read or listen to. Most of them do not require you to sign up. Enjoy! 

Oxford Owl

Book Trust

Story Online 

Magic Key Story Books

Audible Stories

Physical Activities 

Keeping active is really important. Please try and do some physical activity everyday for 30 minutes. 

Joe Wicks PE Lesson

5 a day