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Welcome to Succeed Class - Year 6


"Success is not final; failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." (Winston Churchill)


Welcome to Year 6 - Succeed Class. We have 28 children in Succeed class this year - a mixture of Year 5 and Year 6, all striving to achieve their own personal goals. I, Miss Fleming, am the Year 6 teacher and alongside myself will be Ms Brown as our class' Teaching Assistant. We will be joined in the afternoon by Miss Milner and we all share the same goal - to guide, to support, to learn, to laugh and to ensure that memories are made. We are looking forward to the exciting, and hard-working, journey ahead!


Now that the children are in Year 6, they will have many responsibilities around the school such as: leading by example as school role models to the younger children; taking the lead with School Council; participating as senior members of the GIFT Team; supporting younger children in reception with key reading skills; demonstrating sound knowledge of Internet Safety as members of the Internet Warriors; assisting within whole school assemblies; and representing the school at the various sporting competitions that we will be participating in throughout the year. It is sure to be a busy year!


We have an action packed year of learning planned for the children, beginning with an exciting journey into the Nowhere Emporium! Here, we aim to provide the children with an exciting and engaging start to their year which aims to build and expand upon the previous years' learning, whilst incorporating current year objectives. We will then move onto explore WW2 turning points in British History; discovering our local environments through our 'Coasts' topic in Geography; finding out about the ancient civilisation of Baghdad; learning how important Greek History was to our own language and society; discovering the history of evolution through science and exploring the dangers and delights of the Amazon. All of this, as well as preparing for our SAT's and the not-to-be-missed end of year musical production, which is always a highlight in the children's calendar!


Your child's well-being is of vital importance to us and we want to ensure that they are happy and progressing. If you ever have any queries, questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me via my staff email:


Staff Email Address:

Miss Fleming -

Ms Brown -


Below you will find 2 remote learning plans. Plan A relates to work that is being carried out in class. This is the work we would like you to complete if your bubble is isolating or you are isolating because someone you have been near has tested positive for coronavirus.

Option B should only be completed in emergencies when you do not have access to the internet.


In the event of a whole bubble closure or a further lockdown your child's Teams sessions will be at:

9am - Numeracy session

11am - Literacy session

2pm - Feedback session and story time



Homework Week Ending 20th November: 


Handed out on Friday to be collected on Wednesday, 25th November


Literacy - To complete the prefix investigation in the additional resources

                The task is to find the meaning of the prefix and find examples of words

                that use that prefix. Children will be tested on the meanings and asked to

                provide examples in class on Wednesday.


Comprehension - Please complete the comprehension task handed out in class to

                            revise key methods taught this week.



Reading:  You must also aim to read at least 20 minutes per day on your Accelerated

                 Reader. Quiz records will be checked again next week so make sure you

                have read enough to enable you to quiz!   


It is extremely important that children complete their homework every week to consolidate the learning within lessons. Please encourage your child to complete each piece given in order to assist their learning.





PE days are Tuesday and Friday. Children are to come ready for PE in their PE kits (school t-shirt, black joggers/leggings, hoodie/school jumper or cardigan and trainers.



Booster club will run every Wednesday from 3:25 - 4:15pm.

Children selected to attend booster will have received an email requesting their attendance. Children should be collected from the middle yard gate.

Additional Resources Homework 20th November 2020

Remembrance Day Poems 2020

World War Two Investigation


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In case of a lockdown, here is a list of further websites which can be accessed to assist home learning:



Oak Academy -

White Rose Maths -

Oxford Owl - (username: olsasucceed  Password: succeed2020)

Lancashire Libraries - 

Spelling -

Reading challenge -