Year 6 have been enjoying Bikeability this week. They have been practicing skills on the playground before heading off onto the road. An excellent effort.
Have a look at some of the photos below...
Hello Year 6,
Over the next two weeks, I will be setting regular lessons and activities for you on Google Classroom.
You should have your log in details.
Simply search for google classroom and log in.
If someone has already logged in with another Google account you may need to remove that account before you log on.
Please let me know if you have any issues.
Thank you Y6 for the beautiful Advent Wreaths. All ready of the entrance hall display!
It was a pleasure working with you! Mrs Hill
I will be adding photographs and a link to the leavers assembly as soon as possible.
Please keep your eyes peeled!
Hello everyone! We are very excited to hold
St. Catherine's first-ever Virtual Sports Day
and we are enthusiastically inviting you to participate!
Please see the attachment below.
We would love you to see photos of you in action, please send them to email@example.com!
WEEK BEGINNING 08.06.2020 - FRENCH TASK
Bonjour Year 6
Moi - ca va tres bien merci.
I have seen some of you have completed all the assignments - 'Magnifique - tres bien'.
This week's added assignment is: 'Family'.
As always, if you want to get in touch to let me know how you are getting on with your 'Francais', please do via my email:
Au revoir, Madam Richardson
Week of Monday 8th June
Please click on the link below to access your maths lessons for this week!
P.S Year 6, check out the Music page to find out more about the
Virtual Big Sing on Friday 19th June.
There you'll find out which two celebrities (so far) who will be joining in with the Virtual Big Sing.
Good Morning Year 6,
I hope you have all had a lovely half term week. the sun has been shining.
I've had a busy week doing my garden, but there is still lots to do.
This week I would like you to continue with the BBC Bitesize lessons.
Also J.K Rowling is releasing a new chapter of her new book every day on this website.
Read the chapters and have a go at creating your own characters and enter the competition. You could also send you ideas to me at
Hope you are all well. I have just been talking to Mr Gilby (UCC) and Mr Buckland (QEGs), on a Zoom conference, about the Transition to Secondary School.
As you can imagine, lots of issues have to be ironed out, but in the meantime, both schools have dedicated space on their websites just for the Y6 pupils to find out more. Parents can contact UCC and QEGs directly for further information.
We will continue to work together with the other schools to find the safest solution for all.
Good morning everyone.
I have managed to speak to most of you this week, which has been lovely- Keep up all the fantastic work that is going on at home.
If you would like some more challenges, please continue with the bitesize lessons.
You could also check out
There are excerpts from the book, quizzes and crafts to check out. Let me know what you enjoy.
11th May - SATs Week
You may have not realised but this week should have been SATs week! and it has made me miss you even more.
Here's a poem for you.
Relax today - get in contact with your friends if you can. Give your family a big hug and do something you love.
I will be back tomorrow with some work.
Listen out for the phone! I may be ringing some of you this week.
Week beginning 4th May
Another week; but slightly different with a bank holiday on Friday. (it should be Monday)
it is also mine and Mrs Grice's birthdays. Have any of you had a birthday while we have been off?
Please continue to have a look at the daily lessons on BBC Bitesize.
Friday 8th May, this year is a bank holiday for VE day.
This week, I would like you to do some research about this day through history. Why is this day so important?
How has it been celebrated?
make a poster, powerpoint, leaflet or picture.
I will look forward to seeing them when we come back together.
How could we celebrate this year? could you have a family picnic in your garden? make bunting?
Check out Joe wicks for PE and Sean's football challenges.
Week beginning Monday 27th April
I hope everyone is ok and keeping busy.
How are you getting on with the activities?
Have you been logging onto spelling shed and TT rockstars -
I will be checking in this week.
You also have read theory - can you move up a level?
Remember you can email me to let me know how you are getting on
This week make sure you check out the science on Class 4's page.
I have also added some football activities below and some English and Maths to try.
An extra challenge...
I have been trying to encourage birds to come and feed in my garden. Can you write and send me a tip or information sheet?
what birds should I be looking out for?
Hi Year 6, I hope you are keeping an eye on 'Class 4's' page. Today, please check out the science link I have set to a live lesson at 11am with brilliant youtubers Maddie and Greg. I would like you to enjoy this every day at 11am - there are some things you need to collect for the lesson on Monday, please see the list on Class 4 and click the link just before 11am tomorrow - you're going to enjoy it!
I hope everyone has had a lovely weekend. I am missing you all a lot!
Have you tried out a PE lesson yet?
Remember we have PE from Shaun (see link below)
or Joe Wicks every morning.
Today I would like you to try some lessons on BBC Bitesize
Try learning about nouns, rounding and some history about the Ancient Egyptians.
There will be new lessons for you to try everyday.
I would also like you to help me out. My back yard is it a little boring!
How could I make it more interesing? Paint, bird table?
Can you draw me a picture with your design.
If you want to share your ideas
email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Take care everyone. I will be back soon.
I hope everyone has had a lovely Easter Holiday although it feels a bit strange!
I've been working in Brunswick school all week with some children from our school and some other schools, whose parents are critical workers,
so I am keeping busy.
I have got some more activities for this week. Keep going with the work in your pack but here are some extras to keep you busy- there is even some football themed work - don't worry if you don't have a printer; you can do a lot of the work in your exercise book or on paper.
You can also listen to some free audio books using this link
They even have Harry Potter on here.
Take care and look after each other and don't eat too many Eggs!!
Football Skills With Shaun - Follow this link and improve your football skills
Morning Year 6,
It's another beautiful day in Penrith. I have been really enjoying my daily walks this week - I might even go into the garden for a picnic lunch after I've made sure everything is ok at school.
Today I would like YOU to go to the zoo! Have you ever been to Chester Zoo? I know some of you will have, but if you haven't don't worry - today is the day! They are hosting a live virtual tour visiting lots of different animals-! Every hour is a different animal.
Have a look at some of the activities below or choose your favourite animal and make a poster all about them. We can make a class book when we are all back together again.
Easter is nearly with us, today is the last day of term!
Palm Sunday is Sunday 5th April
Good Friday is Friday 10th April
Easter Sunday is Sunday 12th April
Can you find out a little about the work of Cafod - have a look at the link below where you will find lots of games and videos about our wonderful world.
I will be back here on Tuesday 14th April.
Either in your garden or living room, work out the area and perimeter.
Try to draw an accurate plan- if you don't have a tape measure what else could you measure in?
The perimeter of my living room is 20m
or 45 cats!!
Be creative - I look forward to seeing them.
While we are off it is important you keep moving! and get lots of exercise.
How about joining in with Joe Wicks every morning at 9am...
Year 6 are busy planning a coffee morning to raise money for out Lent Appeal.
Please keep the 26th March free.
More details to follow...
Welcome to Year 6 2019.
Year 6 have been working hard. So far this year:
Ask us about what we are doing!