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Easter Holidays


It's the Easter holidays now. Hope you are enjoying the sunshine but still staying safe. You could make your own Easter garden, or Easter cards. Here are some other ideas for things to make and do at Easter. 


Bunny Cups


Marbled Eggs


You can marble the eggs using nail polish mixed with water. Ask for permission before you do this!


Egg vases


Easter Nest Cakes

These Easter nest cakes are easy to make and delicious to eat:

Here is the link if you want to try the recipe:



It's the weekend again, and we should have been breaking up for the Easter holidays today! We would have made our Easter cards and baskets this week, and the Easter bunny would have delivered the creme eggs today. However, you could still make those Easter cards at home. There are loads of good ideas on the internet for how to make your cards. My children made some yesterday, and we posted them to their grandparents (who we are really missing). Have a go at making your own, and send a picture by email of your design. We will post it on the website and twitter. Take care all, enjoy the sunshine this weekend, but stay safe and stick to the rules.


Mrs Mutton



Happy Thursday Year 6!


I've updated the site so there are lots of SPAG tests for you to have a go at. Don't forget you can email myself, Mrs Mutton, Mr Bradley or Mrs Walker. It would be lovely to hear how you are all doing.


Keep yourselves moving - try out some of these activities


Missing you all


Miss O'Shea



We were going to be learning about "fair trade" in geography last week and this week, but unfortunately we didn't get chance. So you could use the websites below to research what fair trade is, and write a report about it.

Try sharing First News with your family



Hi Year 6, it was lovely to see some of you at school yesterday when I was working with the key worker children.  I'm missing the rest of you lots, it feels very strange not seeing you all.  Remember you can email me at You all have your own email addresses when you log on to the Bgfl365 account we sent home.  if you weren't in school when we handed these out, you can call school to get your login details.


Today I received an email from Out of the Ark Music, they have set up a @home page, I've put the link below.  There are lots of great songs on there including "Spring Chicken"



Hello all. Start of a new week. Hope you had a great weekend. White Rose have introduced a whole section for maths home learning. There is one lesson per day, with a video introduction, work to do, and the answers! Don't look at those until you have completed the work!


It is available for all year groups, so if the Year 6 one is a bit tricky, try one of the other year group's. 


Keep smiling!

It's the weekend!


Hello Year 6! Well for most of you, your first week of home schooling is done. I hope you have tried some of the tasks from the grid we gave out, or some of the work we put lower down on this page. Over the weekend, if you haven't already, you could have a look at Edinburgh Zoo live cam. The zoos are closed at the moment, but you could watch the animals live online. We have watched the penguins, they are great.


Have you made rainbows to put in your windows? These are my family's: 


I hope you have enjoyed the sunshine. Stay safe and keep smiling. Miss O'Shea, Mr Bradley, Mrs Walker and I all really miss you. If you would like to email and say hello, please do:

Home Learning


Here are the answers to the papers below:


Another site that has lots of teaching resources on is Primary Resources. It has lots of worksheets that are labelled with the appropriate year group. Here is an example:


If there are specific topics that you would like work on, please email me and I will reply, or add on here -

Extra Activities


Join in with the Joe Wicks online daily P.E. workout, starting at 9 a.m. every morning. Visit The Body Coach TV using the website link below:


Audio Books

David Walliams will be releasing a free audio story each day for the next 30 days to help keep children entertained. This can be accessed using the link below:


Writing Competitions

Go Ape

Returning for a fourth year running, Go Ape are encouraging all young adventurers to get creative both in and out of the classroom.

From World Book Day (5th March 2020) until 19th April 2020, Go Ape are asking schools and parents to get their students/children involved in the hope of winning some fab prizes for them and their class - including a class trip to Go Ape!

Visit the link below to find out more:

Poetry of Science 2020

Can you write a terrific scientific poem? Then enter the IF Oxford 2020 Poetry of Science Competition for a chance to win some fantastic prizes!

Visit the link below to find out more:

Wild about Writing

Write a story about the natural environment. 500 word entries.

Visit the link below to find out more:


Oxford Owl

A great website for creative writing, reading, mathematics and other kids’ activities. This website features online interactive games that will make learning fun and the time pass quickly.

Visit the link below to find out more:

Remote Learning

Hello Year 6. Missing you all already! I hope you are doing some sort of learning every day. You need to remember everything we've taught you when you do come back to school. Here are some tasks.


Will post the answers soon. If you need any help or support, please email me.


Home Learning Opportunities

For those children that are not attending school at the moment, may we point you in the direction of some of the websites that can be accessed to keep those brains ticking over!


If you don't have your passwords for these sites, please contact school and we will try our best to get them to you.


Welcome to Year 6's Webpage 2019/2020

 Mrs Mutton and Mr Bradley (6M), Miss O'Shea and Mr Bradley (6S), Mrs Walker
Come and see what the children in Year 6 get up to at Woodgate School.

The Shang Dynasty - China

This half term, Year 6 are studying the Shang Dynasty from Chinese history. We are also learning about Chinese New Year. This includes a visit to Chinatown in Birmingham, and a visit to Ming Moon! Watch this space for photos of our trip.




The children in Year 6 learnt about Edvard Munch, a Norwegian born, expressionist painter, and printer. The children created many forms of different artwork in the style of Munch for the topic on volcanoes.

Charanga Music



Year 6 have enjoyed our music lessons using our scheme called Charanga. The learning in this unit is focused around one song: Mamma Mia by ABBA - a unit of work about ABBA, their music and how they contributed to the development of pop music. This unit incorporates an intergrated approach to music where games, the dimensions of music (pulse, rhythm, pitch), singing and playing instruments are all linked. The children are fully enjoying these music sessions.