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Welcome to Year Six
Our Class Christian Values are: Reverence (6M), Humility (6SC) and Courage (6B)


Year 6 Class Teachers

Mrs Stagg

Our 3 classes for 2021 – 22 are:

6B – Mr Brinkworth

6M – Mr Melville

6SC – Mrs Stagg and Ms Coleman

SATs Revision

The children have been working extremely hard in school to prepare for SATs next week. We would like to encourage children to have a weekend off so they are refreshed and ready for the week ahead. 

There is no homework (including spellings) for next week. 

W/C 02/05/22

The resources below have been chosen to help with your revision prior to SATs week. There is no expectation to complete all the work. Choose the areas you would like to develop your confidence with. If there is anything you are still not sure about after giving it a go, ask your class teacher in school for more support.

We do not recommend anymore than 20 minutes of revision per day at home. We are already doing lots of revision activities in school.

Percentages and Fractions 

This week we have been looking at percentages and fractions. Use the past SATs questions to test your understanding.

Percentages past SATs questions

Percentages solutions

Fractions past SATs questions

Fractions Solutions


Next week we will be looking at decimals. Use the past SATs questions to test your understanding.

Decimals past SATs questions

Decimals solutions


Year 6 English Grammar and Punctuation Test 3

Year 6 English Grammar and Punctuation Test 4

Easter SATs Revision 


Follow this link, select maths and complete the three 10-minute online tests.

Use this revision booklet to revise any topics you are not as confident in as others. There are over 30 pages so you do not need to do all of them.

Maths Revision – Questions

Check your understanding by marking your work – Maths Revision – Answers


Follow this link, select grammar and complete the three 10-minute online tests.

Complete these grammar and punctuation tests and mark them to check your understanding.

Year 6 English Grammar and Punctuation Test 1

Year 6 English Grammar and Punctuation Test 2

Home Learning
If your child is isolating at home, and is well enough, we would like them to access home learning that mirrors what is happening in school. By following the link you should find a folder for each day’s work. Once your child has completed the work they can email it to their teacher using the class email address (e.g. or by sending in paper copies to the school.

You will find the maths homework in a marked folder using the same link above.

Our class book for Spring 3 – The Emergency Zoo by Miriam Halahmy 

What happened to the animals before and during the war is glossed over. This book fills perfectly a gap in children’s war literature and it’s a subtle fable about asylum seekers.

It is late August 1939: Britain is on the brink of war, and preparations are under way to evacuate London’s children to the countryside. When twelve-year-old Tilly and her best friend Rosy find out that they will not be able to take their beloved dog and cat with them – and that, even worse, their pets will, along with countless other animals, be taken to the vet to be put down – they decide to take action. The two girls come up with the idea of hiding them in a derelict hut in the woods and, when other children find out and start bringing their rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters, their secret den turns into an emergency zoo.

Inspired by real events during the Second World War, Miriam Halahmy’s novel is a touching tale of courage, resourcefulness and camaraderie in desperate times, as well as a stirring defence of animal welfare.

What’s been going on at WASPS?
We are still using the Showcase page of our website to share highlights from across the whole school!