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From Monday 23rd of March 2020 the academy will be closed and only open, offering a reduced provison, for the children of key workers.

Home Learning

Hello Year 6!

I hope you are looking after yourselves at home :)

I am working to produce a list of useful websites for you to access from home - which I will be continually updating below.


All of you have online log-in details for
Spelling Shed, TT Rockstars and ActivLearn Primary.  
Activities have been uploaded onto these sites for you
to access at home.
Please email the school office if you need a copy of your these details.


Continue to look after yourselves, your family

and be kind to others.


Take care and keep in touch, Miss Davies :) 






PE with Joe Wicks 


Join Joe Wicks Monday to Friday at 9am for his daily PE lesson!



Carol Vorderman Maths


At 10am every weekday, Carol Vorderman will be setting you a daily maths challenge. 

Good luck!




Daily English Sessions

Daily English Sessions 1



Art with The Paint Republic


Join The Paint Republic every weekday at 11am for a daily art session!



Sign Language Sessions


Join Natasha and Kelly every weekday at 1pm to learn sign language!



TV Chef Theo Michaels


Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4pm, Theo Michaels will teach you how to cook a new fun recipe at home. 

Happy cooking Year 6! 



Lunch with Jamie Oliver


Jamie Oliver has a range of wonderful recipes on his website to build up your cooking skills at home.

Let me know which recipes you have a go at making : )





The World of David Walliams


Every day for a month, David Walliams will be reading a different story from 'The World's Worst Children'! 

Enjoy : )




Oti Mabuse Dance Lessons


Every day, Oti Mabuse (Strictly Come Dancing) is uploading new dance class videos for you to learn themed dances.



Virtual Tour of Chester Zoo


On Friday 27th March, Chester Zoo are opening their doors for a virtual tour!

Join them from 10am - 4pm for a whole day of animal antics!



Science at home


Chemist Lorelly Wilson's website has a great range of fun Science experiments you can do at home using random household items.

Have lots of fun and send me lots of pictures : )



Kid Normal


Greg James (Radio 1 Breakfast) has released a free audio version of his book - Kid Normal - for you to be read to on Audible and Google Play.


Kid Normal by Greg James and Chris Smith

When Murph Cooper rocks up to his new school, he can't help but feel a bit out of his depth. And it's not because he's worried about where to sit, and making friends, and fitting in, or not knowing where the loos are.

It's because his mum has enrolled him at a school for superheroes by mistake. And unlike his fellow students Murph has no special abilities whatsoever. But just because you don't have superpowers, it doesn't mean you can't save the day....



Once Upon a Picture


Use your imagination to explore a range of wonderful images. 

Choose an image you like and scroll down to answer the questions about your chosen picture.

Challenge - Use an image as a prompt to plan and write a short story. 

It would be lovely to read some of your ideas.



West End Musicals


Wind in the Willows musical has been made available to watch free online.
What a great idea for an English lesson and think about the writing you could do afterwards: retelling the story, diary entries, book reviews, character profiles or new front covers... 

You could also use the musical to do some artwork: creating sets, designing new costumes, making puppets or painting scenes and characters.

Have fun : )



Steve Backshall LIVE Science


Steve Backshall will bring the wild world to you on 

Wednesday 25th March at 9.30am.

Join Steve, from his living room to yours, to find out about 

 animals and their wonderful habitats.


Live History at Home


On Wednesday 25th March at 1pm, there is an online WWII history lesson


I know I will be watching and I hope you are too!


Let me know what you secrets you discover!



Classroom Secrets


Classroom Secrets have designed a range of Year 6 Maths, Grammar and Reading tasks for you to complete at home:


There are also some really fun practical activities for you to have a go at too!





TWINKL An online learning platform have made a range of resources available free to support parents during this time of school closures. Code: UKTWINKLHELPS


Once you have created a free account, follow this link to find extra activities designed for Year 6.





The Time We Spring-Cleaned the World


The world - it got so busy,

There were people all around.

They left their germs behind them;

In the air and on the ground.


These germs grew bigger and stronger,

They wanted to come and stay.

They didn't want to hurt anyone -

They just really wanted to play.


Sometimes they tried to hold your hand,

Or tickled your throat or your nose.

They could make you cough and sneeze

And make your face as red as a rose.


And so these germs took over.

They started to make people ill,

And with every cough we coughed

More and more germs would spill.


All the queens and kings had a meeting.

"It's time to clean up the world!" they said.

And so they had to close lots of fun stuff,

Just so the germs couldn't spread.


We couldn't go to cinemas

Or restaurants for our tea.

There was no football or parties,

The world got as quiet as can be.


The children stopped going to school,

The mums and dads went to work less.

Then a great, big, giant scrubbing brush

Cleaned the sky and the sea and the mess!


Dads started teaching the sums,

Big brothers played with us more,

Mums were in charge of homework

And we read and played jigsaws galore!


The whole world was washing their hands

And building super toilet rolls forts!

Outside was quiet and peaceful,

Now home was the place for all sports.


So we played in the world that was home

And our days filled up with fun and love,

And the germs they grew smaller and smaller

And the sun watched from up above.


Then one morning, the sun woke up early,

She smiled and stretched her beams wide.

The world had been fully spring cleaned!

It was time to go back outside.


We opened our doors - oh, so slowly

And breathed in the clean and fresh air.

We promised that forever and always

Of this beautiful world we'd take care!