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Welcome to the Year 6 Class Page!

We are a brilliant class, with Mrs Watson as our teacher. 
Mrs Milner will teach us on Wednesday. 

Our PE day is Thursday. Please ensure you wear your PE uniform and trainers to school on this day. 
During the cold weather, you can also wear grey or black jogging bottoms and top.

If you have any questions or queries, please come and see me. We look forward to an exciting year. 

Thank you, 

Mrs Watson


Please take a look at the homework schedule for the next two weeks

Careers' Week

Year 6 enjoyed our careers' week where we learned about a range of exciting jobs, such as a Careers' Advisor, Financial Controller, HR director, Bee Keeper, Graphic Designer, ICU nurse and a Doctor. Such exciting professions and inspiring ideas for the future.

Science - Microorganisms

We made our own bread to test the effects of yeast.

World War 2

We worked together to play dough wars to look at how the Nazi invasion took place.

Wonderful Writing

Have a look at our Rose Blanche inspired stories! We hope you enjoy them.

World War 2 Projects

Have a look at our wonderful projects.

Our Brilliant Writing

Over the last few weeks, we have been doing some lovely writing. We have written stories based on the poem, The Raven; stories about the tragedy of Macbeth and biographies about the wonderful work of Sir Captain Tom Moore. Have a look!

Lily's homily

We have been writing on the tables again! This time, we were ordering fractions and placing them on number lines.

Our Class Mission

We have done a lot of work on our Leader In Me skills. Here is our class mission for the year. We hope you like it.


In PE, we took part in the Sport Hall Athletics event, competing against other schools in the North West area.

Outdoor Learning

We have been working really hard, developing our teamwork skills and independence skills, to create some lovely pieces of art. Have a look!

History Timelines

To start our topic on the Victorians, we completed our group timeline activity.

Have a look at Niamh's BRICS website. It is brilliant!

We made globes to identify the lines of longitude and latitude.

Nelson Mandela - Long Walk to Freedom

For part of our work for Black History Month, we have been looking at the work of inspirational people. We have found out lots of information about Nelson Mandela and rewritten his book. Have a look at our brilliant stories. They are amazing.


We have been experimenting with light in our science lessons.

Balanced Arguments

Have a look at our balanced arguments about whether or not girls should play football. Of course, we think they should but we have really used our writing skills to show both sides.

Roald Dahl

We have been enjoying reading our Roald Dahl book, Going Solo. We have done some lovely posters about the green mamba that he encountered, along with some roles on the wall.

Useful Websites

Here are some links to a few good websites that I use.

Mental Health

Here is some information to help with your child's mental health.

Parent Guide to Black Lives Matter
Useful links

Please find useful educational links to use at home. Some websites require a username and password which children will have.

Learn Spanish from home!

Rosetta Stone are giving free access to their langauge courses for three months.

Why not learn Spanish alongside your children?


Continuing the Leader in Me journey.
As a family look at some of the resources or allow the children to access the cartoons, resources and other information to help support their journey.
Parents Guide

Find out more about the 7 habits of effective learning.

End of Year Expectations