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Welcome to Class 6

Teacher: Miss Alton 

Specialist Teachers: Mrs Marshall (Music); Mr Newbold (P.E.) 

Intervention Support: Mrs. K. Sheffield

Class Governor:  Mrs J. Sherwood


Hi All, 

Miss Alton here! 

As you are aware we will be closed as a school, for most children, as of Monday 23rd March 2020 and in light of this recent news, I endeavour to provide provision for your children to continue their learning journey, whether this be at home or in school.  


*Please navigate your way to our 'Covid-19 Home Learning' tab below where you can find weekly activities, which will be updated every Monday for the foreseeable. The work that will be provided will be in line with sequences of learning that I would have followed if we were to have continued as normal. 


There will be a combination of activities covering several different subjects:

- Maths and Literacy activities will be updated on the class web pages EVERY MONDAY and these may come in the form of a PDF worksheet or an online task through one of our subscription sites such as: MyMaths, Education City, TT Rockstars or

- Topic grids are available under the 'Topic/Other' tab and can be completed over a series of weeks

- Examples of how you might schedule your day can be found under the 'Timetables' tab 


*Year 6 children have been provided with a maths exercise book and their homework book to complete any work in and they have been asked to ensure they have margins; the date and a relevant title linking to the activity they are completing. If they run out of resources, please continue to use loose pieces of paper and keep them together in the plastic wallet provided. If all work is dated, this will help to sequence activities for if/when we come back to school.


*The work that the children produce will not be marked when they come back but where possible, I will provide answer booklets for the activities set online so that children can assess how well they are doing from home.


*I will stick to usual weekends and holidays so work will not be provided at these times to keep in line with usual school working weeks, however I will still be setting the Easter 10-4-10 activities for the children to complete to help them in becoming high school ready.

*Where challenges arise, children have been advised to consult any tutorial videos that are added to the class page or any learn screens that may have been set on online sites to support them, but failing that, children are to leave the questions and move onto another activity.


I hope this is helpful for both parents and pupils and I hope to see you all back very soon!  

Most importantly look after yourselves and one another!  

Stay safe.

Miss L. Alton


Please find our 'Class 6 Expectations' Powerpoint under our 'Class Responsibilities' button below.


Class News


Hello Class 6 pupils and parents!

It's the start of the new school year and the start of a new term. I hope that you have all had a wonderful summer and you have recharged your batteries and brains for lots of new learning and opportunities to progress. 


Please use our class website to keep up to date with different trips and activities that are on offer; any homework or revision activities that are available; any notices or reminders and of course, general documents such as: class timetables, spelling lists, links to helpful websites and any other information, which I feel may be of any help to you at home. 


If you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to ask


I'm very much looking forward to a fun-filled year with you all!

Miss Alton smiley



Class 6 Reminders

Please do not forget to have with you the following items on the correct days of the week!


  • PE Kits should be in school from Monday mornings for PE throughout the week. 
  • Homework to be handed in on Wednesdays and then handed back out on Friday. 
  • Spelling lists are to be taken home on a Friday ready to be tested on a Monday.
  • Zoneboard cards, reading records and spelling books should be in school on a daily basis and signed on a weekly basis.


*It is important that the children become responsible for their own equipment and take it upon themselves to ensure that they have the right things in school on the right days. There will be suitable consequences for those who continue to fail to ensure the above is followed as this isn't fair for those who consistently follow the expectations.*