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Hello there, Oak class! I hope you are all really well and enjoying learning at home. It is certainly very quiet for me without your cheerful chattering. But hopefully we will all meet up again very soon. In the meantime, let's keep learning and enjoying finding out about new things at home.

Thank you Emily, for the lovely photo of you continuing your science learning at home. That's a lot of acquired characteristics! I hope all of you are finding really inventive ways to keep your brains ticking over.

I've put some ideas to help you on this page and will keep it updated. When we meet up again, I would love to hear about some of your own inventive ideas.


Keep learning


Mrs Davies x

Oak class homework


Reading at home

Children are expected to read either independently or to an adult at home for at least 10 minutes daily. Extra reading support in preparation for SATs is in the home study section below.

Weekly Homework

Maths and English homework are set weekly.

Homework is set on Friday. As some homeworks are set in preparation for a lesson, due dates are flexible. However, children will write due dates alongside their homework tasks in their planner.


Please see attached list of words. These are the spellings that children are expected to learn to spell by the end of Year 6. Year 5/6 words are commonly tested at SATs; however, pupils need to be confident when using the year 3 / 4 words as they will be assessed as part of their writing.

Times Tables

In year 6, children are expected to know times table to 12 and the corresponding divisibility rules e.g. 6 multiplied by 7 equals 42 and 42 divided by 7 equals 6.

Topic / Science

This term our topic is ‘Ancient Greece’. The science focus is ‘Animals including humans’.

Suggested website links, if you would like to complete some additional research with your child, are:

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On Friday 20th March 2020, the Year 6 children who were in school collected as many staff and children signatures as they could as a precaution.

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