Sadly Year Six, this is the week when we should all have been packing our bags, kissing our families goodbye and heading off to Robinwood together for some adrenaline-fuelled action and adventure. After all your hard work and dedication to learning this year, I am so upset and disappointed that Miss Smith, Mrs Cooper-Hobson and I are not able to throw you all (head-first?) into the piranha pool, watch eagerly as you giggle (scream?) your way down the giant zip-wire, or try to hold back our tears as you laugh at our attempts to catch the trapeze from the top of a 5 metre tower. Whilst I can’t offer to take you anywhere exciting this week, I have tried to make this week’s home-learning a little bit more fun than usual… 

…instead of daily Maths and English activities, your task this week is to design, cost out and create your own adventure-filled theme park! 

You can work on this task on your own, with people who are at home with you, or (if you get permission from your parents first!) you can even work on this project with some of your classmates via online group (video) chats – I know how much you are all missing your friends. Each day, there will be a different theme-park-based activity(ies) for you to complete – some days these will be Maths-based, some days these will be English-based, and some days there will be a combination of both. There will also be an ‘Extra Activity’ every day – you can choose to do this should you want something else to keep you busy/out of mischief.

Now go get designing and have fun!

Class Six Home Learning Weekly Timetable (in order to click on web-links, please download the document first):

Well Year Six, this is the week when, under normal circumstances, you would all be sitting your SATS tests. Some of you will be delighted and relieved that you don’t have to complete the tests, but there will be others amongst you who are a little bit disappointed that you don’t get to show everyone how hard you’ve worked this year, how much effort you’ve put into your learning since September and how much progress you have made. No matter how you may feel about being not taking part in the SATS tests this year, I want you to know how very proud of each and every one of you I am. You have all worked your socks off this year, and made fantastic progress. It has been an absolute pleasure to watch you rise to the responsibilities of Year Six and mature in to such kind, caring, responsible and accomplished young people – neither I, nor your families, need SATS tests to tell us how amazing you all are.

***Please check out our VE DAY 2020 page for lots of ideas and activities to help you celebrate the 75th anniversary of 'Victory in Europe Day' on Friday***


We hope you all had a fun-filled Easter break at home, with lots of time in the lovely sunshine and a few arts and crafts from our school website thrown in too. Below you'll find all the work for the week starting Monday 20th April - All of Key Stage Two have the same, week-long "Time Capsule" project to complete for Literacy, and lots of practical maths activities to keep you busy for the next five days.

Time Capsule Activity

Click on the link below to find everything you need to help you complete a Time Capsule for these historical times:

Practical Maths Ideas for the Week


There will be no new Maths, Literacy or Topic work posted here over the Easter holiday period

(Monday 6th April - Friday 17th April)

However, if you're looking for fun and creative activities to keep everyone at home busy or entertained over the next two weeks, please check out the pages below for lots of exciting ideas and inspiration:


* Easter Holiday Ideas & Activities

* Let's Have Some Fun!!

* Useful Websites for Parents

Class Six Home Learning Weekly Timetable: