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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6!



Mrs Dudman

Miss Bordoli

Mr Armstrong 

Ms Qadri


Teaching Assistants

Miss Nugent

Mrs Swan

Mrs MacIntyre


Home Learning (Covid-19)


Whilst our school is closed, we will be uploading Home Learning activities for Year 6 children on to this webpage so keep checking back for new updates.


Please contact us through Class Dojo if you have any questions or queries. Contact the school directly if you need your Class Dojo login sent to you again.


New Learning - DDAT Learning Projects


From Monday 4th May 2020 we will using weekly learning projects to support your learning. You can download them below. A new project will be released every Monday whilst our school is closed.

Core Daily Learning


In addition to the DDAT learning projects, you can:

  • Read for pleasure (fiction and non-fiction) 
  • Practise your weekly spellings ready for a spelling test on a Friday
  • Use Times Table Rockstars 
  • Use Ninja Maths to practise mental arithmetic
  • Access SeeSaw - ( - logins are in your paper pack).
  • Use Read Theory to practise your reading comprehension skills
  • Have a go at some activities from our summer themes: Frozen Kingdom and Blood Heart
  • Make sure you stay healthy and creative with some activities in the 'Creativity and Wellbeing' area


Remember to make use of your virtual teachers!


NEW: Oxford University Press have kindly given free access to the Oxford Owls reading books.


If you have whizzed through the books you borrowed from school then why not have a look for some new exciting stories?!

Click on the button below to find out more.


NEW: MyMaths


We are going to start using MyMaths to support our maths learning. You can log in to MyMaths by clicking on the button below. Your class teacher will be in touch with your individual logins via Class Dojo. 

We would love to see what you are all getting up to at home so please sent us pictures of your learning and creativity through SeeSaw or Class Dojo.


Good luck, keep working hard and you are in our thoughts,


Year 6 Team