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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6’s web page!


Please visit us regularly as we will keep this page updated with all the latest news and goings on.


Introducing the Staff:

Class Teachers - Mrs Pagan, Mrs Rooney and Mrs Lindsay

Teaching Assistant - Mrs Clayton


Espresso Discovery:

Username: student22687

Password: holyfamily


Things to remember:

READING – this is your number one priority! Please try and read every night at home and record it in your reading record. Your book must be signed at least 3 x a week by an adult at home and this will be checked in school every week.

Short, regular reading sessions really make a difference to the progress your child makes.

Book bags should be brought into school on Monday and Friday only.

Home Learning week beginning 4.1.21

Please complete some of the activities suggested below. Work will be set on Google Classroom from Wednesday. (Please contact your class teacher for log in details if you have forgotten them or visit for support in using it)



  • Use the KIRFs sheet to practise the key recall facts for your year group. Maybe an adult or sibling at home could help test you on the key facts.
  • Sumdog – why not challenge yourself by completing some activities. (Email your class teacher if you have lost your log in details)
  • play games on this website to help with instant recall of facts. Suitable for all ages.


Use BBC Bitesize  for KS2 lessons and games or use Espresso (see log in reminder) for games, quizzes and activities.

Oak Academy – Some excellent grammar videos and activities to have a go at.

Spellings – Practise key words for your year group or words from the weekly list, which has already been uploaded to your Google Classrooms page.

Handwriting – practise cursive handwriting using the booklet below (it doesn’t need printing off, you can practise the spelling patterns on paper if you wish.)

For a more interactive activity, you may wish to follow this link and practise your handwriting formation digitally- (Click on the yellow cross to play for free)


Our topic this term is Rebuilding Britain.

Look at the tasks below. Any completed work can be shared on Google Classroom:

Consider some of the ways in which Britain and British people, were affected by events

during the Second World War.

Research – some initial impacts such as; conscription, black outs, rationing and war taxes

Create a fact file about ‘War at Home’ or ‘War on the Home Front.’ Use the research from above and the following video links to inform your file,

You should include written information, alongside illustrations. You may also wish to include newspaper cuttings or images from the internet, (be mindful of copyright laws) to enhance your work.

Learn the facts on the Knowledge Organiser. Can you teach someone you know some of the facts you have learned?



Our topic this term is Living Things and Their Habitats.

Use the Knowledge Organiser to learn some key facts. Why not use Espresso or BBC Bitesize to learn more about the subject?

You could do some in-depth research on Charles Darwin, Carl Linnaeus or Maria Sybilla Merian


Our Art topic this term is Landscapes. The artists we will be looking at are David Hockney and Joseph Turner.  Look at the following websites to start to learn more about their life and work. You could try creating some of your own work in the style of the artist. and




Espresso -


In Key Stage 2, Our Picks, have a look at;

Authors - Meet some popular authors to learn about the writing process and help you with your own writing. Find out where they get ideas and how they plan, structure and revise their stories.

Food and Farming - Explore how food is reared, grown or caught. Learn about seasonality and how food is transported and preserved. Investigate methods for cooking and preparing food, and consider the ecological and economic impact of our food choices

Beyond planet Earth - Get ready for whistle-stop tour of the universe with Professor Richard Ellis, world-famous astronomer. Together we look at some of the most fascinating questions challenging space scientists today.




  • Homework is set on a Friday and is due in on Tuesday morning.
  • PE is on Monday remember to wear your PE kit on these days.
  • Please bring water bottles in daily.

Black History Month QR codes