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Year 6 Leavers Video

Goodbye Year 6

Thank you to the wonderful Vicki Woods for creating this brilliant video that shows what a journey our amazing Year 6s have been on. We are so proud of you all!

A final farewell from the Head Boy

Mr Harry brown you did it again; made me cry 😒 what a lovely speech; I will share it with Governors on Thursday! And Alfie, in his over size jumper... how adorable is he? Thank you Mr Harry Brown for this amazing video; what a super talented young man you are! πŸŒˆπŸ˜ŠπŸ™πŸ’• Wishing all our children in Y6 good luck as they move on to High School; take our Mission Statement with you; you are forever in our hearts! Love from Mrs F πŸŒˆπŸ˜ŠπŸ™πŸ’•

Whilst at home in lockdown, as well as making lots of music, the very talented Ruben Ray has written a wonderful poem (inspired by David Walliams) about his time at OLSK. Enjoy!

Quarentina by Y6

Bored and stuck at home the Year 6 pupils decided to get creative. A HUGE thank you to Vicki Woods for producing this fantastic video. we go again!!

Back to the Explorer!

Take a mind bending trip through space and time with this low budget rip off of a sci-fi film as the Y2 Explorer flies one last time!

Year 7 Virtual Induction Video 2020

A guide to starting Hagley High School introduced by a familiar face from one of our own OLSK former pupils! πŸ€— ❀️

HCHS - Virtual Tour

Y6 SATs Week. 

Dear children, this week in school would have been SATs week. I know that all the staff are thinking about you all at this time & how fantastic you would have been this week; showing off all the progress you have made since you joined OlSK when you were in YR! 

We don’t need you to take a test to show the wonderful progress you have made since joining our school; we don’t need results or league tables to say how fantastic you all; we know this already! You are made in the image of Christ; you live & breathe our Gospel Virtues & these are so much more important than tests & progress! We love you for who you are; the special gifts & talents each and everyone of you have; God given talents that you use everyday and the love you share with everyone you meet! 


Stay strong, stay safe & hopefully, we will see you all very soon! Love from Mrs F & all the staff at OlSK! πŸŒˆπŸ™πŸ’•

I just wanted to say hi to all our amazing children & their families in Y6! It seems ages since we saw you all! School is far too quiet without you; it must be your class that makes all the noise! 🀣🀣 I miss you all so much and I pray to God that we get to see you all again very soon! Until we do, stay safe! Love from Mrs F πŸ’•πŸ’•

HCHS Year 6 Transition 2020

Welcome to Year 6!

Curriculum Areas

A fabulous song written for Year 6 by Ruben 🎡🎢🎧❀️

Autumn Term Enquiry Based Learning 

What are the 7 Ancient Wonders of the World?

In this history driver, we will be exploring the history and geography curriculum through the 7 Ancient Wonders of the World! As historians, we will progress our chronological knowledge by comparing the history of the 7 Wonders with other periods of history we have studied. We will identify similarity and difference between the ancient wonders and significance of their existence both historically and culturally (informed through a variety of sources contributing to our knowledge).


By exploring the Ancient Pyramids of Giza through and in depth study, we will understand the achievements of one of the earliest civilisations –Ancient Egypt- and how they have impacted our modern world. We will also extend our knowledge of a non-European society that provides contrasts with British history by exploring the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and its cultural and historical impact.


Our geographical skills will also be revisited, progressed and utilised throughout this topic by identifying where each Ancient Wonder was/ is in accordance its position and significance of latitude, longitude, Equator, Northern Hemisphere, Southern Hemisphere and the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn through the use of maps and atlases. We will also compare how ancient civilisations used the land to create trade links and economic activity and compare it to that of communities today.

Through revisiting and progressing our skills and learning, these golden nuggets of knowledge will be embedded in our long term memories!



Spring Term Enquiry Based Learning

My Amazing American Road Trip 

In this geography driver, we will be exploring the geography and history curriculum through amazing America! As geographers, we will extend our knowledge of our local area to look at North and South America making geographical comparisons to Halesowen. We will investigate some of the most significant human and physical features of the Americas and look in depth at the biomes, climate zones, types of settlement and economic activity across these great continents.


We will revisit and progress our geographical skills and fieldwork by using maps, atlases and digital computer mapping, to locate North and South America, while drawing sketch maps with symbols and keys to build our knowledge of the wider world!

Through revisiting and progressing our skills and learning, these golden nuggets of knowledge will be embedded in our long term memories!


Summer Term Enquiry Based Learning

How have the Romans impacted Britain?


In this history driver, we will be exploring the history and geography curriculum through the Romans. As Historians, we will continue to develop a chronologically secure knowledge and understanding of British, local and world history, establishing clear narratives within and across the periods we have previously studied in year 6 and before. Revisiting chronological knowledge will help us to embed this knowledge in our long term memory through exploring connections, contrasts and trends over time.

Through an in depth study lasting the duration of the summer term, we will explore the Roman Empire and its impact on Britain including Julius Caesar’s attempted invasion in 55-54 BC, the Roman Empire by AD 42 and the power of its army, successful invasion by Claudius and conquest, including Hadrian’s Wall, British resistance, for example, Boudica, ‘Romanisation’ of Britain: sites such as Caerwent and the impact of technology and culture and beliefs, including early Christianity. We will use a range of sources and research to inform our knowledge and will explore change and similarities between the Roman culture, other historical culture and our modern day culture.


As geographers, we will revisit our geographical skills of using maps and atlases to locate the countries and movement of the Roman empire across the world. We will also name and locate counties and cities of the United Kingdom that have been impacted particularly by the Romans and will discuss the human and physical characteristics of these locations. Human geography, including: types of settlement and land use, economic activity, trade links, and the distribution of natural resources will be explored and how these factors influenced the Roman empire to invade Britain.

Through revisiting and progressing our skills and learning, these golden nuggets of knowledge will be embedded in our long term memories!