Year 6 - St. Oscar Romero

St. Oscar Romero

Year 6 Moving Up - Part 1

NISCU - Y6 moving up

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Great advice from teachers and pupils, puzzles and a Bible story with cartoon drawings. 18 mins long with 3 activity sheets to print off and use. Written with community and church schools in mind.
Year 6 Moving Up - Part 2

NISCU - part 2

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A 7 min assembly by Debbie and Jonny (from North Lancs area) on YouTube this time called “Cuttlefish” but following the theme that everything has changed. We tell the story of Pentecost with Lego and learn lots more interesting facts from Jonny.

Be Awesome, Go Big - Year 6 Transition Project


Please find information and work below for a transition project. The link below shows files for both children and parents.

Dan's weather report for Morecambe and Heysham Sea Cadets

Dan's video diary made during the "Explorers and Adventurers" work

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A poem about Mary for the month of May - Dan C

The Hubble Telescope by Dan C

Talk for Writing - W/B 29/06/20

English (Hamilton Trust) - W/B 06/07/20

Maths (Hamilton Trust) W/B 06/07/20

Thinkuknow. Parent and carers guide to sharing images (Primary).360p.mp4

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Please use the links below and complete the daily lessons - you will find a video explanation and a task.


If you find the tricky have a look at Year 3/4/5 instead.



Please keep reading with your child at home during the coming weeks of school being closed. Below are some suggestions for discussing the book with your child. 


VOCABULARY – Years 3 - 6
Find and explain the meaning of words in context
 What do the words ...... and …… suggest about the character, setting and mood?
 Which word tells you that….?
 Which keyword tells you about the character/setting/mood?
 Find one word in the text which means……
 Find and highlight the word that is closest in meaning to…….
 Find a word or phrase which shows/suggests that…….


INFER – Years 3 – 6
 Make and justify inferences using evidence from the text.
 Find and copy a group of words which show that…
 How do these words make the reader feel? How does this paragraph suggest this?
 How do the descriptions of …… show that they are ……..
 How can you tell that……
 What impression of …… do you get from these paragraphs?
 What voice might these characters use?
 What was …. thinking when…..
 Who is telling the story?


PREDICT – Years 3 – 6
Predict what might happen from the details given and implied.
 From the cover what do you think this text is going to be about?
 What is happening now? What happened before this? What will happen after?
 What does this paragraph suggest will happen next? What makes you think this?
 Do you think the choice of setting will influence how the plot develops?
 Do you think… will happen? Yes, no or maybe? Explain your answer using evidence from the text.


EXPLAIN – Years 3 – 6
Explain how content is related and contributes to the meaning as a whole. Explain how meaning is enhanced through choice of language. Explain the themes and patterns that develop across the text. Explain how information contributes to the overall experience.
 Why is the text arranged in this way?
 What structures has the author used?
 What is the purpose of this text feature?
 Is the use of ….. effective?
 The mood of the character changes throughout the text. Find and copy the phrases which show this.
 What is the author’s point of view?
 What affect does ….. have on the audience?
 How does the author engage the reader here?
 Which words and phrases did ….. effectively?
 Which section was the most interesting/exciting part?
 How are these sections linked?


RETRIEVE – Years 3 – 6
Retrieve and record information and identify key details from fiction and non-fiction.
 How would you describe this story/text? What genre is it? How do you know?
 How did…?
 How often…?
 Who had…? Who is…? Who did….?
 What happened to…?
 What does…. do?
 How ….. is ……..?
 What can you learn from …… from this section?
 Give one example of……
 The story is told from whose perspective?


SUMMARISE – Years 3 – 6
Summarise the main ideas from more than one paragraph.
 Can you number these events 1-5 in the order that they happened?
 What happened after …….?
 What was the first thing that happened in the story?
 Can you summarise in a sentence the opening/middle/end of the story?
 In what order do these chapter headings come in the story?

Welcome to Year 6!

Class Teacher - Mrs Wolff

Teaching Assistant - Miss Casari


Welcome to the Spring Term





PE will be on Monday this term. Please ensure full PE kits are in school at all times especially as the weather (hopefully!) gets warmer.





Please do not hesitate to contact me with any queries.

Mrs Wolff



We enjoyed a fabulous trip to the IWM North. We managed to see 'Wave', a collection of poppies from The Tower of London poppy display. It is a special exhibition on tour around the UK to mark the centenary of the Armistice of World War 1. We felt very privileged to be part of it.

Imperial War Museum