Message from our Head Teacher

Welcome to Haydonleigh Primary School’s website and to a school where ‘I am talented, together we are amazing’ underpins our philosophy.

We provide a secure and happy environment where the work is varied and challenging and every child and adult is valued. We set the children and ourselves high standards to enable every child to develop his or her potential to the full and become confident learners.

All parents are very welcome at Haydonleigh, and we see home and school working together as very important for your child.

Our website will give you a flavour of our school’s aims, the activities that the children are involved in, the achievements that we have gained and the wealth of memorable experiences that the children encounter.

I hope you enjoy the website and if you'd like to visit the school, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Frances Billinge

I am talented, together we are amazing !

Welcome to the Year 6 page


Mrs Kirk/Mrs Van den Daele          Mrs Codling             Mr English

                       Class 20                       Class 19                  Class 21


Mrs Robathan

Mrs Swindall

Mrs Hackman

Mrs Titcombe


PGL presentation for parents/guardians of current Year 5 parents - please click to open


Please view the presentation for the upcoming Year 6 residential, taking place in September 2019. Please note a deposit is required to secure your child’s place on this exciting trip. Please ask the school office for details of how to secure your booking. Should you have any queries regarding the details of the trip, please don’t hesitate to speak to your child’s current Year 5 teacher or a member of the Year 6 team.



End of Key Stage National Curriculum Tests

Pupils in Year 2 and Year 6 will shortly be sitting National Curriculum tests, commonly called SATs. The tests help measure the progress pupils have made and identify their needs as they move into the next key stage. Please click attached for a short explanation of the upcoming tests. Please speak to your child’s class teacher should you have any queries.

Please click on the following link for information on KS2 Sats 


Year 6 SATs Parents Meeting slides

Parents Guide


Key Stage 2 SATs test dates:



  • Tuesday 26th March 2019 – Year 6 SATs meeting for parents



Departure Letter

PowerPoint - PGL Presentation

Year 6 Homework

 W/C 10.6.19 and 17.6.19 

All children have been given a login for Purple mash https://www.purplemash.com to complete the next two homework tasks.

Week 1: Create a detailed list - which could be given to a younger child - explaining how to be a good junior good citizen based on what was learned last week. Areas to consider are: dog safety, fire/electrics, e-safety, weapon safety, stranger danger, rail safety, enviro-safety and road safety. 


Week 2: Using purple mash, create a leaflet to explain how to keep safe and be a good citizen in ONE particular area. This should be detailed and can involve diagrams and pictures. 

E.g. how to take care for the environment, how to ensure you are safe around strangers, how to remain safe around dogs. 

 If children cannot access the website, they MUST come to class 21 on Thursday lunchtime to complete using a school laptop. 

In addition, we expect weekly spellings and reading to be completed as per usual.

Spellings for term 4

Spellings for term 5

Spellings for term 6




Useful information

  • Homework is handed out on Monday and collected back in on the following Monday.
  • We expect every child in Year 6 to read for at least 15 minutes at home every school night. We also expect children to record this in their reading record. It is imperative in Year 6 that children are reading regularly in preparation for their SATS examinations and Secondary school.
  • All Year 6 children are expected to practise the times tables they are currently learning at home. Evidence of this in their homework book, when possible, would be much appreciated!
  • Year 6 children must practise their weekly spellings in their home spelling book five times per week.
  • In addition to the above, Year 6 children will usually be set a piece of separate English and Maths homework each week. Their projects will vary and will come with individual guidance. The general rule of thumb is that each piece of homework should take a minimum of 20 minutes.
  • If your child has anything they wish to discuss, please encourage them to approach their teacher first. In Year 6 we strive to achieve greater independence in preparation for Secondary School.  We operate an open-door policy and welcome parents and guardians to approach and discuss any concerns with their child’s teacher. Many thanks for your support in this busy academic year.


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