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There is a letter regarding Y6 returning to school on the Coronavirus page of our website. Please look at your child's class page for this weeks home learning activities. If you need to speak to a member of staff please telephone St Hugh's Hub on 0151 733 2899 and a message can be passed to them.

Year 6 - Mrs Jones and Mr McKenna

Summer Term Home Learning Tasks 


Hello Year 6!


Welcome back to those of you who have joined us in school in the last couple of weeks and hello to everyone still learning from home!  


I hope you found it useful last week going on a treasure hunt to find information from the website of your new school. If you haven't done this task yet I will leave the link at the end of the learning tasks this week. 


This week I have set a Maths and English task each day and then a daily PSHE transition to secondary school task too. Details of these tasks can be found below. 


I have been missing Mr. Yates' maths challenges on the weekly newsletter recently,  so this week I have found two brainteasers to keep your minds active! I will post the answers next week. 


Take care and stay safe everyone! 

Below is the weekly timetable of learning activities for you to do at home. Click on the links below to complete the work. You don't have to print anything out; simply do the work on a piece of paper or in a note book.


Please check your tasks on MyMaths. I have been leaving feedback on tasks that have been completed recently. I am very proud of all of you for your continued efforts - you are superstars! 



From Mrs Jones :) 

Timetable - Week Beginning 6th July 2020

English Week Beginning 6th July 2020

PSHE Transition to secondary school

Secondary school website treasure hunt


Timetable - Week beginning 29th June 2020

English - Week beginning 29th June 2020

PSHE - secondary school transition unit of work


Parent carer booklet

English week beginning 22nd June 2020

This week the English is slightly different. All of the tasks can be found on the document above. Click on the book link within the document to read the pages of the book set before you complete the daily tasks. There are some song and video links on the right hand side of the document if you wish to take your learning further. GPS games and websites are listed to help you too :) 


Friday Quiz!


Timetable - Week Beginning 15th June 2020

PSHE - I am an amazing person

The science task this week is a paired task. You could do this with a parent or sibling. Alternatively, you can answer the questions on part A and part B yourself independently. You could then create an information fact file about this scientist using the facts on both sheets. 

Friday Quiz!


Timetable - Week beginning 8th June 2020

Spelling - remember to play the game on the Spelling Shed website too.


Michael Rosen


Click on the link above to listen to some poems by Michael Rosen. The class favourite, 'Chocolate Cake' is also on there! :) 


Pages 2 and 3 of the teachers guide on the website has tasks and questions linked to each poem. You could focus on your favourite poem or have a go at a few questions from each Michael Rosen poem. 


Extension task: Write your own poem in the style of Michael Rosen. Some example themes are: 





A favourite food 


History - A Child's War


This week, the focus of learning is about Anne Frank. This young Jewish girl went into hiding during World War Two in a tiny attic in Amsterdam. She was eventually captured by German soldiers and died but whilst she was in hiding she wrote a diary. This diary allows historians to piece together what life was like for children during World War Two. 



Watch the short video below to learn about Anne Frank. There is also a reading comprehension to complete. (There are 3 levels to choose from) 


As an extra task to you could produce a fact file all about Anne Frank, or begin your own diary that charts what life is like at the moment in Britain. 


Timetable - week beginning 1st June 2020

Spelling - Grammar vocabulary


Home learning timetable 18th May 2020

Reading - Read this at your own pace, you may choose to listen a chapter each week or listen to a chapter every couple of days.

PSHE - Maintaining our Dental Health

History - A child's War


Timetable Week Beginning 11th May 2020

Maths - Week Beginning 11th May 2020


On Thursday and Friday, the tasks are focused on algebra. If you need extra practise, I have placed some tasks on MyMaths that are linked to the work this week.

Topic - History - Evacuation


Home learning timetable - Week beginning 4th May

Maths - Summer Term week 3 - Week beginning 4th May 


Click on the link to access the presentations and answers for the daily tasks below.


(The Friday task will appear on this link on Friday)

Reading comprehension VE Day. There are 3 levels of difficulty to choose from.

History - A child's war lesson 2



Watch the video below all about VE Day before creating bunting or a poster.

Home learning timetable - 27th April 2020 (Summer term week 2)

English - week beginning 27th April

These lessons continue from the work set last week. If you haven't started this sequence of lessons yet or completed all of the lessons last week, please continue from the lesson you are currently on. (The document contains all lessons 1 - 10) 


Monday - Activity 8 

Tuesday - Activity 9 (Plan) 

Wednesday - Activity 10 (Write) 

Thursday - Fully edit the story you have written in session 10. Think about your use of punctuation and up - levelling your vocabulary. Read your work out loud to someone to ensure your sentences are grammatically correct. 

Friday -Choose a way to publish your story. (See the ideas below) 


Re - write your story with illustrations

Type your story 

Create a multi - media presentation on iMovie or another creative tool to tell your story 

Create a BookArt of your story. 


Please share your completed stories. I look forward to reading them! 



Maths - Week Beginning 27th April 2020 (Summer Term Week 2) 


Please click on the link to access the presentations for the lessons below. 





This week the theme is treasure. 


What does the word treasure mean to you?

Do you treasure anything? 

Who owns treasures? 

What is the definition of the word treasure? 


Create a drawing, painting or sculpture of what treasure means to you. 

Topic - A Child's War 



Welcome to our new topic! In this topic you will learn lots of facts and information about World War Two. You will also learn about the lives of children during this period in history. 


Lesson 1: The start of World War Two 


Watch this video to learn some key facts about some of the reasons for the beginning of World War Two 


Once you have watched the video, add to your knowledge by using the presentation below to create a timeline of the key events at the start of the war. 



In this lesson you will learn how water and nutrients are transported around the body. 


Begin by reading the presentation through fully. 


Next, use one of the note - taking templates (There are 3 to choose from) to take notes from the presentation. If you don't have a printer, have a go at creating your own template and images. 


Finally, once you feel like you know how water and nutrients are transported around the body, use your sheet to tell a family member all about this process. You could even create a quiz for them at the end!


Year 6 Timetable - Week beginning 20th April 2020

English - Summer term week 1 


Doors - the world of possibility. Click on the link below to complete the tasks. 


Monday - Activities 1 and 2

Tuesday - Activity 4 

Wednesday - Activity 5

Thursday Activity 6 

Friday - Activity 7


*** Activity 3 to be done as the art task this week***


There is also a link below to the poem used in the lessons. 




Art - Design a piece of artwork for a door.

Science - The circulatory system.

R.E Pentecost tasks

Additional learning resources 


Home learning packs -websites offering a range of resources. Lots of maths, English and GPS resources - click on Year 6 for a free learning pack. Twinkl have opened their site up for free. There are so many resources on here for many subjects. 

Oxford Owl for Home 
Lots of free resources for Primary age

List of Maths Websites Sign up free for a range of online lessons and games


Khan Academy
Especially good for maths and computing for all ages but other subjects at Secondary level. Note this uses the U.S. grade system but it's mostly common material.


Maths Apps

Many of the suggested maths apps on this website are free; others require a payment.



  • Oxford Owl - includes a range of activities, top tips and eBooks to help your child with their maths at home.


  • Maths 4 Mums and Dads - explains some of the milestones children make between the ages of 3-and-11-years-old.


  • Nrich - A range of maths games, problems and articles on all areas of maths. Parents of Key Stage 1 children should select ‘stage 1’ and parents of Key Stage 2 children should select ‘stage 2’.


English games and links

Top Marks has a wide range of educational games for children to play to consolidate their learning.

BBC Bitesize English

A set of slide shows, quizzes and games that explain concepts such as nouns and adjectives. Produced by the University of Manchester. Audio books for children 


Topic links 

(Copy and paste these links into your web browser to access the sites) 


Creative computer programming

Learn computer programming skills - fun and free.


National Geographic Kids
Activities and quizzes for younger kids.


Learn languages for free. Web or app.

Mystery Science
Free science lessons

The Kids Should See This
Wide range of cool educational videos


Nature Detectives
A lot of these can be done in a garden.

Geography Games
Geography gaming!

Blue Peter Badges
If you have a stamp and a nearby post box.

DK Find Out
Activities and quizzes


Non - screen activities from Pobble

More non - screen activities from Pobble

Welcome to Year 6! 

Your teacher is Mrs Jones and your LSA is Mr McKenna


Here is a handy list of the key weekly activities and what you need to bring each day :) 


Day Equipment needed/key activities

Reading book 

After school club


Reading book



Reading book 


Reading book 




Reading book



Please ensure that you bring your P.E kit into school on the first day of each half term.