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Welcome to the page!


Hi everyone! We hope you are doing well. Thank you for visiting this page. The very fact that you are here shows that you are taking responsibility for your own learning - well done!


On this page, you will find some resources to help keep your mind busy: there are spelling lists; multiplications lists, and a range of links to websites that you can use during your time at home.


We will also be regularly updating the page with work so remember to keep coming back!



One of the best things that you can do during the time that you at home, is reading.

Reading will:

  • develop your reading fluency and comprehension
  • prepare you for further education and later life
  • help you to relax
  • take you to another world

So, find a comfortable spot and curl up with a book. Try to keep a log of your reading. When you have finished your book, why not write a book review. If you received a home-learning pack from school, there are some copies in there. If you did not, you can print off a copy from below or simply write your own review on paper.


If you want, you could present your book reviews in other ways. Why not do a video book review for example?


One of the things that you can work on is your spellings.  Have a look at the lists below. They include the high frequency words, Year 3/4 spelling list and the Year 5/6 spelling list.


Look at each list in turn and write down in your exercise book the ones that you don't know how to spell or are less confident with. Then create a poster to show these words. If there are quite a few that you do not know, choose around 20 to focus on. Make sure that you spell the words correctly on your poster! Place the poster somewhere where you will see if lots and look at it often. When you think that you know the spellings of these words, ask an adult to test you. If you get them right, choose some more words to create a poster of and do the same again!



There are lots of ways you can continue to develop your mathematical skills whilst you are at home.


It will be no surprise that we, as your Year 6 teachers, are continuing to push the importance of learning and committing to memory ALL of your times tables. 


There are also many practical ways you can develop and apply your mathematical learning. You could help weigh and measure ingredients for a recipe, calculate differences in time or help with the budgeting for a shop. 


This page will also be updated regularly with mathematical activities to help support your learning at home. 


If you have any questions about any of the work set on this page just get in contact with your class teacher on the Class Dojo app. 

Maths Lesson - Week 1 Lesson 1

Maths Lesson - Week 1 Lesson 2

Maths Lesson - Week 1 Lesson 3



Here you will find your English activities. If you don't have a printer, you can complete these activities into an exercise book or, if you don't have an exercise book, onto a piece of paper.



Here you will find activities to help you to develop your scientific knowledge or scientific enquiry skills.





Here you will find activities to help you to develop your geography and history knowledge and skills.

Greek Architecture



It's so important to keep  yourself fit and healthy whilst at home.  You can do this in a variety of ways. One way is to join in with one of the PE lessons that are available online.


One way to do this is to join in with the Joe Wick's online PE lesson. It's live at 9am every morning. If you miss the live broadcast, the video is available to watch afterwards at any time of the day.


Click on the link to take you to the You Tube page:








Design and Technology

Here you will find some design and technology based activities to help with your learning. 

Lesson 1 - Create your own sundial


Hi Year 6, 

Here is a Scratch project for you to try. When you can't meet up and chat with other people, then what you need is a talking robot! This project guides you through how to make a robot that talks. You will  need to go online and open Scratch It is free to join or you can use it without joining and just save the projects to your computer. Scratch also works on most tablets via the web browsers.

Then go to this website and follow the instructions. 


Happy coding!

Mrs Todd

Some Extra Links

There are many useful websites available to help support your learning at home. Your class teachers will add any websites they come across on an ongoing basis. 


Remember to feedback (via ClassDojos) to your teachers which of these websites you enjoy or find most useful. 


If you find any other sites or resources you think would be helpful to your friends let your teachers know and they will be able to share these on this page too. 

Online History lessons

Western Approaches in Liverpool are hosting weekly online history lessons. The first one is on Wednesday 25th March at 1pm. The session aims to show children what life was like in Liverpool during WW2.

Further information can be found on their website at: