Year Groups: Year 6

Friends always show their love.

— Proverbs 17:17


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


Year 6 Class Teachers

Mrs Stagg

Our 3 classes for 2020-21 are:

6B – Mr Brinkworth

6M – Mr Melville

6SN – Mrs Stagg and Miss Novak

In our Year 6 area, we will keep you up to date about your child’s learning (curriculum and timetable), trips and events and homework (including spellings)

Spring 4 Spellings

Year 6 spring 4 spelling list 1

Year 6 spring 4 spelling list 2

‘Hit The Button’ times tables challenge

To help you practice your times tables, watch this instructional video and then then go to Hit The Button.

Use the score sheet below to help you keep track of how you are improving over the week:

Hit the Button scoreboard

Maths mastery times tables kit

If this is something you were doing at school before Christmas or you would just like a bit more practice with your times tables, then carefully read the step-by-step guide and print off the below resources – or you can make your own.

Step-by-step guide to Maths Mastery at home

Suggested resources: Blank Flashcards, Answer Sheet and Score Bar Charts

Home Learning 

Please note that all home learning can now be found through ClassDojo.

Year 6 home learning Archive (updated 22/01/21)

Click the link below to see home learning from previous weeks. To make things easier to find, the most recent week’s learning is located at the top of the document, with previous weeks below.

Year 6 Archive

Other Useful Websites

We have found that there are some useful resources on the BBC Daily Learning and Oak National Academy websites. Both offer home learning resources using a variety of videos, games and activities.

Abacus Maths books
Abacus have made their text books available as free ebooks, they can be accessed below.

Access Year 6 Textbooks

As well as the work from your class teacher, there are a number of free learning resources available. For example:

Hamilton Trust:


Carol Vorderman’s The Maths Factor app:

Sir Linkalot spelling app:

While school is on pause, kids can listen for free on Audible:

Find out how to access some excellent, free eBooks from Oxford Owl.

Through your Libraries West library card you get free access to: Borrow Box App – audiobooks, Cloud Library App – e-books, RB Digital App – Magazines

PE remote learning

Wesport have put together a weekly activity schedule to help children stay active during lockdown.


Couch to family fitNow you can get active from your own home. Bit by bit, you’ll feel fitter, when you stick to our free 4-week schedule. It’s amazing what a difference it can make!”



 Book Week 

We had some awesome costumes to celebrate the end of book week. Here are some of the costumes from 6B.

 Year 6 2020 Leavers’ Performance 

Year 6 2020 Awards
Year 6 2020 Leavers’ Video – The Greatest Show
Year 6 Summer Fair



Year 6 Showcase


Gymnastics Competition at Baskervilles

There were two teams from WASPS: level 1 and level 2.

Each team consisted of 5 gymnasts who each had to perform two vaults and a floor routine. In the level 2 competition, the gymnasts came second, only 0.5 points away from the winners! The level 1 team also came second. Everyone has fun and enjoyed the competition.

By Ella and Amy

Over to Bethlehem

Yesterday, Year 6 walked up to the Weston All Saints Church to perform their Christmas Nativity Plays. Year 6 classes all performed their own Christmas shows with a little twist. The nativities were a great success! Everyone who took part in the play was a star and the parents loved it. The plays involved a game show, and then over to Bethlehem for an outside broadcast.

In the studio, the Quizmaster/Mistress asked questions to all four quiz contestants. In Bethlehem, the reporter(s) asked important questions about recent events. Some classes included a News-desk. The three plays started at 13.00 and ended at 15.05. The choir performed in every play, we all sang “Come and Join the Celebration” at the end. The reporters interviewed people like the neighbour, a rich foreigner, a Pharisee and of course the landlord of the Inn. The play was intended to be humorous but also to get the message of Christmas across. It was a great success.


By Jack (6B), Leo (6B) and Jack (6Br)