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Class 6

Welcome to Class 6!


We are a fantastic class of Year 3 and 4 children who work as a team to always try our best and love our learning!


Our teacher is Mrs Taylor and Mrs Brooks and Mrs Meanley work with us too. This year we are also lucky enough to have Miss Prest with us as she trains to be a teacher. 


Mrs Taylor has her non contact time on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. At these times we are taught by Mr Yates, Mrs Meanley, Mrs Vardy and Mrs Brooks.


Here you can find out all about what we are doing in class and see the things we have been up to.


Come and pay us a visit in Class 6, we are a lively and friendly bunch who will always welcome you with a smile and share all our amazing learning with you!



What if there was no music?


This is the question that we will be pondering and exploring during our Create learning this term. We will be reading 'Matilda' and listening the songs from the musical version of the story. We will find out about musicals and other popular genres of music, how people listen to music and art trends over the past few decades. Our end of term outcome will be a performance put together by the children for you all to see!

When I Grow Up Class 6 Jan 2022.MOV

Class 6 performing 'When I Grow Up' from Matilda the Musical. Some budding West End performers here!

Designing and making our own mosaics

Building and firing catapaults

Making mosaic Roman helmets - the finished products are up in our classroom!

Please remember:

Your full PE kit - you should come dressed in this on your PE day. Your PE days are Monday and Tuesday. 


Practise your times tables and spellings regularly.  We subscribe to TT Rockstars which is a times tables website where you can practise your timetables, earn coins, compete against other students in our school and even those in other schools around the world.

You will have weekly set games that must be completed as part of your homework.

Our spelling rule goes out in our spelling books every Friday and we test the spelling rule the following week. 


Read and record in your reading diary at least three times a week.  Remember that this does not have to be your reading book only!

Upcoming Events


Tuesday 12th October - Roman day in school

Monday 1st and Tuesday 2nd November - Y3 Dukes Barn residential

Wednesday 10th-Friday 12th November - Y4 Castleton residential