Your potential is endless...
How far will you go?
Welcome to Year 6
Our Year 6 Classes
Welcome to Year 6, home to four classes named after world-renowned inspirational people. Peake, Mandela, Curie and Pankhurst all achieved something special and realised their potential was truly endless. Our Year 6 children will learn lots about all these inspirational people as well as many others.
Year 6 is the very last chapter of our learning journey at Oxley Park Academy. We make sure this year is special, that we consolidate our primary education and that the children are ready for the big change ahead, and most of all we make sure we make memories that will last forever, which will include our final Graduation ceremony!
Meet the Year 6 team
Our Year 6 PE days
Children come to school dressed in their PE kit on PE days.
Our Year 6 Learning Newsletter
Every half term we share a newsletter with everything you need to know for the new term ahead. It shares all our learning across all the subjects, updates to PE days and any events we may have planned. Please see below for this year's editions so far...
Pupils behave well. They are proud of their school and show high levels of respect, both towards each other and to staff. (Ofsted)
My children enjoy attending each day. They find the work challenging and interesting. They really like the teaching staff and feel supported and have grown in confidence.
Working at Oxley is so special and unique. Everyone is so kind, well-being is at the forefront and our community are a delight. I love my job! (Teacher)
The school missions and values make my son want to be a part of the Academy and try his best. I feel proud that my sons are at Oxley Park and the Nursery and I feel that the changes being made are really positive!
The children are oozing with so much more ‘zest’ since the start of this year, which makes us as parents happier and excited about their future at OPA.
My children love the school! My eldest was quiet, didn’t want to learn, didn’t enjoy school. Now he is settled, has friends and has started to show improvements. My daughter loves her teachers and is extremely enthusiastic.