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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

Redwood class and Oak class

Meet the staff...

Class of 2021 video

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We are proud of all of you and wish you all the best in secondary school. We know you will continue to flourish.

Our topics for this year are:


  • Galapagos 
  • The Victorians 
  • Ancient Greece 
  • Circulatory System 
  • Coastal Studies 
  • Globalisation 

Home Learning

     Homework for Year 6 is currently as follows:

  • Spelling practice using Spelling-Shed (new spellings are set every Friday, children will be tested on these spellings the following Friday).
  • Times- tables practice using TT Rockstars (there will be a weekly times tables test every Friday)
  • Weekly reading and activity- Seesaw (set every Friday with one week to complete)
  • Weekly Maths and English homework (set every Friday with one week to complete)


Spelling Shed link


TT Rockstars link


Spelling and times-tables practice

It is vital that children are secure with all times tables as this helps with so many areas of mathematics.  Additionally, it is important that children are practising their spellings each week and are able to apply the patterns studied to other words.  Below are the links for both TT Rockstars and Spelling-Shed.


Seesaw- Reading homework

Following the success of  Seesaw during lockdown earlier in the year, we decided we would continue to use this platform to monitor reading. Each week  children will be expected to record themselves reading and upload this to Seesaw as a way of improving fluency whilst reading. As well as this, they will be required to complete an activity based on the reading domains to improve their understanding whilst reading and comprehension skills. 






Yellow Heart Friday


You might have spotted rainbows and teddies in people's windows during the coronavirus pandemic. They've been used to brighten up people's areas, and spread a message of hope. Recently some people have also put a picture of a yellow heart in their windows - they have a special and personal meaning for those who put them up. The yellow hearts are being used to remember loved ones. The idea was started by Becky and Hannah Gompertz and their granddad, David, after their grandma, Sheila, passed away. They wanted a special way to remember her and others who have died because of coronavirus. They are a way for people to show other people that they are grieving, so they don't feel alone.


Today, the children who are at school and home, made shortbread hearts and cards to brighten the local community's day.