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Junior School

Y6 Closure Home Learning

  Closure Learning - although you are not required to take a SATs test, practising SATs papers and SATs Boosters will help you to access the secondary school curriculum. Please continue to work through these tasks to give you the best opportunities throughout your education journey.

During this once-in-a-generation occurrence, we would like you to record your experiences as a primary source of historical importance. This could take the form of a diary, journal, scrap book, photographic montage or any other medium.

Continue daily reading - a wide variety of genres.


Every child now has access to Maths Whizz. Your username and password will be emailed. In order to make progress you should work in the tutor section at least one hour per week.

Other websites that might interest those of you who enjoy a challenge include:

  • YouCubed 
  • #MathsWithBobby

    Visit here for the FB live sessions:  

    Mondays: 10am Key Stage 1 (ages 4-7)

    Wednesdays: 10am Key Stage 2 (ages 7-11)

    Fridays: 10am Key Stage 3 (ages 11-14)

Year 6 Investigates

The 'Investigates' tasks will now be posted on Google Classroom.

Friday 24th April 2020

Year 6 Investigates: World Intellectual Property Day 2020

World Intellectual Property Day is observed annually on 26 April. The event was established by ?the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) in 2000 to "raise awareness of how patents, ?copyright, trademarks and designs impact on daily life" and "to celebrate creativity, and the ?contribution made by creators and innovators to the development of societies across the globe".

This year’s World Intellectual Property Day campaign – Create a Greener Future – why? Because the choices we make today will shape our tomorrow. The earth is our home. We need to care for it.

You could:
research 'green' innovations
examine how 'green' some of the innovations actually are
examine the impact on the earth of lock down

Friday 3rd April 2020

During what would have been your Easter break, we would like you to focus on activities that you can do with your family. Try the following link for some interesting activities for all ages - how many generations of your family can you get involved?


Friday 27th March 2020

In 2020, the spring equinox (also called the March equinox or vernal equinox) occurred on Thursday, March 19, which is earlier than it’s been in over a century! This event marks the astronomical first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere.

As the clocks spring forward at 1am on Sunday, you could:

  • illustrate why the equinox occurs
  • research why the spring equinox is so early this year
  • weather folklore - do the sayings still apply in this time of global warming?

Friday 20th March 2020

Year 6 Investigates: Sir Isaac Newton

In 1665, the Bubonic plague closed Cambridge University, the work place of the newly graduated Isaac Newton. For most of the following two years he was forced to stay at his home, contemplating at leisure what he had learned. During this time of closure, Newton laid the foundations of the calculus and extended an earlier insight into an essay, “Of Colours”, which contains most of the ideas elaborated in his 'Opticks'. It was during this time that he examined the elements of circular motion and, applying his analysis to the Moon and the planets, derived the inverse square relation that the radially directed force acting on a planet decreases with the square of its distance from the Sun - which was later crucial to the law of universal gravitation. So one of the most influential scientists of all time, formed his ground-breaking theories whilst in isolation. What will you be doing with your time?  

You could:

  • read about Newton's theories
  • try some of Newton's experiments
  • study the impact of the Bubonic Plague
  • test some theories of your own 
Wider learning

09:00 - 10:00 - daily workout with Joe Wicks - The Body Coach --

  • Virtual museum tours
  • Touch typing
  • The BBC has expanded content on its education service, BBC Bitesize, to provide regular daily lessons in English, maths and other core subjects.It includes: 
    ■   Bitesize Daily - six different 20-minute shows, each targeted at specific age groups from five to 14, covering maths, science and English, as well as subjects including history and geography
    ■   more than 150 new lessons added every week to the Bitesize website.
    The government has also announced that it is backing a new national online school, called Oak National Academy, to provide 180 hours of free lessons a week.
    Other resources include YouTube's Free School, which offers a range of videos on topics as diverse as the US constitution, coral reefs and the solar system.
    And the organisation behind the Ted talks has a division called Ted-Ed, full of "lessons worth sharing" from teachers around the globe