Year 6

Meet the team
Mr Colling is the Year 6 class teacher and after getting his teeth stuck into the Year 6 curriculum for the past three years, he's ready for another year!
Mr Colling is also our PE and Science Co-ordinator, and will be working super-hard to make sure that Year 6 have a broad and balanced curriculum - and that they have FUN!
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Mrs Bott is our new Year 6 Teaching Assistant and has been supporting our wonderful Year 2's in the previous academic year. She is ready for the new adventures in everything Year 6 and she's sure that they're going to be the best class yet :)
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The Children’s University of Manchester
The Children's University of Manchester is an amazing interactive online resource. Click the link below to explore what it has to offer! 
Learning By Questions @ Home
LbQ have launched a new platform (seperate from Mr Colling's daily tasks) which has hundreds of online classroom resources that children can work through at their own pace while receiving marking and feedback as they go. In the current uncertain climate, this is another effective learning resources to educate your children while they cannot attend school. Why not keep the children occupied with high-quality questions that boost learning and grow confidence?
Access the website by clicking the picture below.
Learning By Questions
A 3 letter/digit code will be added here each day relating to tasks set on the Learning By Questions app or website for your child to complete. 
Please log into your eschools to access the code
You can find it by navigating to 'My Class'and finding the Online Learning Platform - Learning By Questions project 
Sumdog is ideal for home learning. Each day, like Learning By Questions, live maths and spellings activities will be set. Log into the website by clicking the link below or by downloading the   app or and complete the activities. 

Learning about online safety at home


Each fortnight, we will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities you can do with your child to support their online safety at a time when they will spending more time online at home.

Home learning


Home learning tasks will be set on a Monday, and are due in on the following Monday.  This may take a variety of forms, depending on your child's class, individual needs, and their current area of learning.  Spellings are set weekly; each child has 10 words to practise at home as well as spelling sentences; these are all based on the National Curriculum word bank, and we appreciate your support in practising these at home.  In addition to this, it is vital that your child is reading daily, and that reading records are signed at least three times weekly and seen in school on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 



PE lessons will be held on a  Tuesday and Friday afternoons. PE kit should consist of: black shorts, trainers and a change of top (a school t-shirt in house colours).


Twinkl Home Learning Hub - New ideas, everyday!


Each day you'll find a new set of daily activities to get involved with on the Twinkl Home Learning Hub. Each day, qualified Twinkl teachers will provide book readings, live lessons, positive news updates and more. They'll be bringing you activities from their partners too, to help fill your days and offer some much-needed variety. Activities will be listed the day before - giving you enough time to get prepped and set up for the next day's learning.

Find your own approach. Don't worry about recreating school at home. But - if you're looking for ideas, or a way of adding a bit of routine into your day, you'll find it  y clicking the Twinkl logo below.

Genius Maths