Meet the Mantarays Team


Miss Stone (Monday, Tuesday and Friday)

Miss Daly (Wednesday and Thursday)

Teaching Assistants

Miss Lunt

Miss Everitt (Wednesday and Thursday morning)

Class Information

PE Days

Our PE days in Term 3 are on a Monday and Wednesday afternoon.

Please make sure your child has the following items for each PE session:

  • a yellow t-shirt

  • black shorts and black jogging bottoms or leggings

  • a jumper

  • plimsolls or non marking trainers

  • long hair tied-up

Woodland Day

Our Woodland Day in Term 3 is TBC.

Please make sure your child is wearing appropriate clothing depending on the weather that day. If it is raining, please make sure your child brings wellies and a plastic bag for them to go in.

Term 3 Dates

Tuesday 3rd January - Beginning of Term 3

Tuesday 3rd January - UKS2 Stunning Start

Friday 6th January - Revd. David visiting UKS2

Wednesday 11th January - Olympic Athlete assembly and class workshop

Thursday 9th February - UKS2 Fabulous Finish

Thursday 9th February - End of Term 3

Friday 10th February - Staff Development Day

What does provision look like for those with additional needs in Mantarays class?

Outlined in the document below are the waves of provision we use to support children with additional needs. Support is tailored to each individual and provided as needed, with or without a diagnosis. Please talk to your child's class teacher if you have any concerns about your child, their needs or the provision in class. You can find further information on the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities page on our website. This is where you will find our vision for SEND pupils, and our SEND information report which outlines what we as a school can offer.

Website provision map KS2 (2) (1).docx

Term 3 Knowledge Organiser

Y6 Knowledge organiser Term 3Year B.pdf

Term 3 Timetable

T3 Timetable Manta Rays.docx

Term 3: Is sacrifice needed for the common good?

Each term our learning will be themed around a key question.

Our Term 3 topic is called, 'Is sacrifice needed for the common good?' and we will be focusing on the themes of: justice, faith, sacrifice and service.

Key learning

Our class text this term is called ‘Journey to Jo’burg’ by Beverley Naidoo. The story centres around two young children called Naledi and Tiro, living in South Africa during Apartheid. After their sister falls ill, they know they need to do everything it takes to find their mother in Johannesburg.

Throughout this term, Year 6 will be developing and recapping the skills needed to write a diary entry, from the perspective of Tiro or Naledi, a biography on the life of Nelson Mandela, and a speech from the point of view of Nelson Mandela after his release from prison. Year 6 will particularly focus on understanding the difference between the active and passive voice, using semicolons and using conjunctions to form complex sentences. All of this will support us to write using a formal tone.


Y6 HW Schedule T3

Computing Knowledge Organiser (Term 3 and 4)

Computing for KO

PE Knowledge Organiser (Term 1-6)


Past Knowledge Organisers

Term 1:

Y6 Knowledge organiser Term 1 Year B.pdf

Term 2

Y6 Knowledge organiser Term 2 Year B.pdf

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Useful Website Links



BBC bitesize:


Phonics play:

Times tables:

If you want to continue your child's learning whilst at home there are many ways you can support them, including:

Spelling and vocabulary games

Regular reading and sharing new books

Using the knowledge organiser to check key facts and information.