Class 6 2019 - 2020

Mr Wilson

Class 6

Welcome to Class 6!

A Message from Mr Wilson


Please see the Learning at Home page on the website for more information. Thank you and stay safe!

(Email sent via 2 email on Purple Mash) WB 20.7.20

Hi everyone, 

(First, the small matter of the work...) Writing tasks are attached along with maths (week 12 White Rose). Work has been set for four days on Purple Mash (finishing on the 23rd July). We will not be replying to any emails on Purple Mash 2email after Wednesday 22nd July. Thank you for all the wonderful work you have sent over these last few months. It has been great to keep in touch with you!

Well, we have come to the end of Class 6. What a strange end to what had been a brilliant year for me personally. You have been a wonderful class to teach. You are all amazing and it was an absolute pleasure to see you all at school every day. I am so proud of you all and the strength you have shown during these strangest of times. Although I know we won't be together again in Class 6, I can't wait to see you all back at school and enjoying yourselves in Class 7 and 8. If you ever need me when we're back at school, you know where I am. I have missed you all very much but I am glad you have stayed safe. Have a lovely summer, stay safe and I will see you all back at school in September!

Mr Wilson   


My name is Mr Wilson and I am very excited to be teaching Class 6 this year. Welcome back-I hope you all had a nice break. 

Can we please remind you to ensure that all items of clothing are labelled with your child’s name, as well as lunch boxes and PE kits.Please can all children bring a bag to school every day to ensure all letters and spellings go home at the right time. Thank you!

In Class 6 we are reading:

Our story time book: The Sheep Pig by Dick King-Smith

Our English hook: The Storm Whale by Benji Davies

Image result for the sheep pig

PE is on Wednesday (outdoor) and Thursday (indoor)

This half term the children will have weekly homework set on Purple Mash. All children have received login details for this. If you are having problems accessing this please let me know. 

Spellings will continue as normal after the holidays. Please can all children access their Times Table Rock Stars account as often as possible. The Year 4 children will have an end of year multiplication test.

Your child will read with an adult in school once a week. Please remind your child to bring their reading book into school every day. After sharing reading books at home, please sign reading records regularly. When children have read their book and had their reading record signed at home, they can change their book at school. Please can children read more of their books at home. The texts are getting quite long for some children and we can only hear them read a couple of pages at a time. This is leading to children having their books for too long (and means they are not progressing as quickly as they should be). Thank you for your continued support with homework and reading. Reading is vital and has a massive impact on your child's learning. 

For more detailed information on what we will be doing this half term please take a look at our class newsletter.

Useful Websites

  • BBC Bitesize - A primary school resource for children studying Key Stage 2 Maths, English and Science, featuring game activities and tests.

  • Thinkuknow - If you are 7, 8, 9 or 10, I bet you probably like to use the computer for fun. Why not take a look at this website to help you go on the internet in a safe way and know who to talk to if you are worried.

  • Times Table Rock Stars- this fantastic app aims to help the children become more fluent with recalling their multiplication facts. Children all have log in details and work is set by the teacher. Please see me if you are experiencing any difficulties (this has just been updated for Class 6). 

  • Topmarks Daily Ten- short maths activities that the children in Class 6 should be familiar with. 

Files to Download

Class 6: Gallery items

Class 6: Calendar items

INSET Day 23rd October, by Mr Wright

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