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Hi Year 6, 


On this page, you should find plenty of Maths, English and Topic activities to keep you busy. We will update this page regularly. Your booklets should keep you busy enough but below are some folders with some work for English, Maths and Topic for Week 2, only use these if you have run out of things to do in your books or fancy a bit of a change.

Whilst it is important to keep learning, I want you to make sure you give yourselves time to switch off and relax, enjoy spending time with your families and make the most of the simple things in life ... baking, jigsaws, playing board games, sharing stories, climbing trees and going for nice walks in the fresh air! These things are important too!


If you have any questions or want to share any of your home learning with us, please email us on:

Hi all,

Have a look on our year group class pages for other information regarding your home learning and our Year 6 email address for any enquiries you may have.

Third Space Learning


If your child usually does Third Space on a Tuesday afternoon at 1pm, they are kindly still continuing these sessions for the next two weeks. Miss Devlin has sent your child home with a set of headphones and their passwords. Please make sure that your child continues with these because they are extremely valuable for your child. 

The link to the website is: 


Your child needs to do their session on Google Chrome.




Twinkl have a wide variety of free learning resources. They have also very kindly offered access to all of their resources with a 'One Month Ultimate Membership'. All you need to do is go to: and enter the code: UKTWINKLHELPS


Espresso - the school uses Espresso, your child has been reminded of this login, it has lots of activities on. 


Classroom Secrets have also uploaded free learning packs.


In Maths, your children have been doing 'Problem of the day'. The link for these is below, they upload a new one every day, it'd be great for the children to continue with these as much as possible.


Furthermore, below is a link for White Rose, they will be posting activities to complete, as well as at-home help videos to support Maths at home.


Topmarks - this website has a variety of games both for Maths & English that the children may enjoy.


Maths 4 Kids - This channel on YouTube, upload videos to help with learning, these may come in handy.


Prodigy - your child has a login for Prodigy, this is a brilliant Maths resource and they can even battle one another!


Gareth Metcalfe - He is uploading live Maths lessons, to find out more go to the link, these will be starting from Monday.



Daily reading – you must make sure you continue to read daily. This is a great opportunity to read some good books!

Suggested tasks:

  • Summarise events from the chapter that your child has read, they could bullet point what happened, create a comic strip or present the information in their own creative way.
  • Vocabulary – encourage your children to note down any unfamiliar words, explore the meanings of these words by using a dictionary or reading around the sentence.
  • Predict what happens next
  • Write a book review, to share when we come back to school.


CGP books – if you ordered these, then please use these, they have lots of tips and activities to do.

If you don’t have the CGP books, the link below is for past SAT papers, download these and have a go at either the whole thing or just a few questions to keep your brain going! If you can’t print the papers, it isn’t the end of the world as you can just write the answers down.




Suggested tasks:

  • Daily Arithmetic - use Fluent in Five attached below.
  • Daily Reasoning - use Rapid Reasoning attached below.
  • White Rose - Problem of the Day and to also use their Home Learning packs. 
  • Topmarks website - daily 10 and hit the button.
  • CGP Books 
  • Past SAT papers -



Below is a website that has lots of videos for support with Maths and some extra activities.



Below is a link to a brilliant website which will help to keep you busy with some writing tasks. They upload a new picture everyday with a variety of tasks to go alongside this picture. The previous pictures are also available if you prefer those. When we return to school, it would be lovely to see what pictures ans asks you have done.




Suggested tasks:

  • Encourage your child to practice the Year 5/6 spellings –these can be found in your school diary, there is also an attached copy at the bottom of the page.
  • Encourage your child to choose 5 of these, that they don’t know the meaning of and find the meaning of it, a synonym, antonym and an example of how to use the word in a sentence.
  • Practice spellings on Spelling Frame -
  • Use CGP books



Below is a link to a brilliant website where they have provided free resources all to do with Science which:

  • Inspire & evoke questioning and curiosity
  • Free
  • Help keep morale high in uncertain time


Any of these that you chose to do, make sure you write it down somewhere so that when we are back, you can tell us all about it.






Joe Wicks has  recently announced the following:

‘Starting Monday, every single day from Monday to Friday I’m going to do a live workout called PE with Joe on my Youtube Channel, TheBodyCoachTV.  ‘It’s a workout specifically designed for kids because when the schools are closed there is no PE. Don’t worry, I’ve got you – I’m going to take this over.  ‘I’m going to get your kids moving, feeling energised, positive, optimistic. So tune in Monday morning 9am and every day Monday to Friday. 


During the time that school is closed, we've attached a selection of random challenges to try and complete. Some of these will be easier than others and some will need you to be extra creative! For each challenge, you can write a quick notes explaining what you did and/or take pictures evidencing that you have completed it. We look forward to seeing how you do!



Harold – our happy, healthy giraffe mascot and a favourite with children – will be posting a daily blog: Harold’s Daily Diary!  Here’s the link to it:


Each day he’ll be giving children positive, fun messages about what he’s doing to stay happy and healthy while he’s off school, separated from his friends. He’ll invite the children to join in with activities he’s doing.


He’ll be giving children ideas for how he – and they – can get a routine going for their day, including the things we all need to do to live a balanced, healthy life. These include:


·Taking regular exercise

·Being creative

·Helping others

·Connecting with others – in ways that are safe

·Mindfulness – learning to enjoy the moment, here and now.