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Welcome to Year 6

We hope you and your families are well. The year 6 team are missing you all very much. This page will be used to direct you to some useful websites so that you can continue your learning at home. Activities on Mathletics and Active Learn will be updated regularly. You can also continue to use Times Tables Rockstars and Learning by Questions (LBQ). Codes for LBQ will be posted on here (daily) if you'd like to complete question sets at home. Please note that the code will expire at 11:55pm each day.  Guidance on LBQ for parents can be found hereThe 'Home Learning Documents' section will direct you to home learning packs and other suggested activities. You can contact your teachers on the class email addresses for your usernames and passwords and to share your home learning with us!      6M: gwynjones6M@gmail.com         6S: gwynjonesclass6S@gmail.com 

Please be flexible with your learning at home, and most importantly, enjoy it! Take care and stay safe.  Miss Sohota, Miss Bazuaye, Miss White, Miss Lacam heart

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Transition to Secondary School

We know that lots you have been thinking about your move from primary to secondary school and may be experiencing a mixture of emotions. New surroundings, new friends, new challenges, and new choices are all on offer as you open the door on the first days of school. Although we may not be in school right now, we want to let you know that the year 6 team are here to support you and your families with your move from primary to secondary school.

Your transition will look a little different this year, but we will provide lots of resources to help you best prepare for the next chapter in your lives. We have added a new 'Transition' section to this web page which will be updated regularly with useful links and activities. 

In this section, you will find lots of activities and links to help with your transition into secondary school. We will be updating it regularly. 

Week beginning 29th June

We've added two new transition lessons for you to complete this week: Lost but not lost and Bouncebackability. If you're having trouble viewing the videos within the powerpoint, use the Direct Links for Be Awesome Go Big Session Videos, saved in the Transition section on this page.

Week beginning 22nd June 2020

Be Awesome, Go Big lesson Powerpoints.

Lesson 3: Dare to Take Risks

Lesson 4: Making the Change

Week beginning 15th June 2020

Be Awesome, Go Big lesson Powerpoints.

Lesson 1: Being Awesome

Lesson 2: Unlocking Your Mind 

Week beginning 1st June 2020

Research your new secondary school, and design a new school uniform which reflects the school's values. You can use the following sheet to help you structure your work: /walthamforest/primary/gwynjones/arenas/year6blog/web/design-a-secondary-school-uniform-transition-activity_ver_2.pdf Remember to be as creative as you'd like! You can send your completed designs (including photos of your work) to your class email address.

Week beginning 18th May 2020

Focus on having conversations with your families about your move to secondary school. Be sure to look through the PowerPoint (in the Transition section), which includes lots of prompts for discussions and watch the BBC Bitesize clips to hear about other children's experiences of secondary school. If you have any older siblings, now is the time to ask them lots of questions too!

The PowerPoint below features some handy resources and activities to help support your children on their transition from year 6 to year 7.


On BBC Bitesize, you can find lots of short video clips based on the move from primary to secondary school.


Below, you can find nine tips which will help parent's to support their children in looking forward with a positive outlook on the change they are about to undergo.


Home Learning Packs






Other Links

Stories help

Audible are offering free access to a wide collection of stories through their streaming service. 


Various celebrities are offering free daily help with home learning while schools are closed. 

The Maths Factor 10.00am 


English with David Walliams 11.00am


Lunch (cooking with Jamie Oliver) 12.00pm


Music with Myleen Klass 1.00pm


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