Year 6: Blog items

Manley Mere - Year 6 - July 2022, by Mrs Harris

Date: 17th Jul 2022 @ 4:02pm

Manley Mere - Year 6 


Year 6 had a fantastic day at Manley Mere! All the children got involved and challenged themselves, they should be proud! All the staff and children had a fun packed day. 


A great experience to end the year!!! 😊😊😊😊😊

'We are One' Tournament, by Mrs Harris

Date: 17th Jul 2022 @ 4:00pm

Wow! What a great two days we have had at Tranmere Rovers participating in Wirral Deen Centre's 'We Are One' tournaments! 

Our Year 6 girls came 2nd overall. Our Year 4/5 mixed team came 1st!!!


A massive well done to all children involved, it was great to see their positive attitude, teamwork and respect for others shine through!

A Queen's Reign - Let's Celebrate!, by Mrs Harris

Date: 17th Jul 2022 @ 3:20pm

Wirral Football, by Miss Flynn

Date: 4th May 2022 @ 3:21pm

Hi all, 
Just to let you know that the application process for Wirral U11/U10's Boys and U11 Girls football trials has switched to online this year and is already open. All the information and forms can be found on our Twitter account @Wirral PSFA.
A link to the application form: 
Grateful if you could make the children, who you feel can play at the standard required to represent Wirral at local and national level, and their parents aware of the form. 
The closing date for the Girls team is the 3rd May and the Boys teams 6th May, we also have to limit the number of players attending each session at Stage 1. 
We will be running an U10s Boys Team, U11s Boys Team and U11s Girls Team. This means that the process is open to children who are currently in Year 4 and Year 5 (Year 5 and Year 6 next academic year).
Many thanks
Wirral PSFA

Year 6 Food Tasting, by Mrs Harris

Date: 11th Apr 2022 @ 5:46pm

Year 6 have enjoyed a taste of Mexico this afternoon. They have tried some tasty savoury food from tortillas, salsa, guacamole and mexican beans to some sweet cinnamon delights. They washed it all down with a lime sunrise! Year 6 then critiqued the food; describing tastes, smells, textures, likes and dislikes of what they tried.

Girls Easter Football Camp- LFC Foundation, by Miss Flynn

Date: 28th Mar 2022 @ 9:18am

LFC Foundation are delighted to announce that they will be running a Girls Only Easter Football Camp at Solar Campus, the training venue of LFC Women. The camp is open to children aged 4-14 and will run on Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th April from 10am-3pm at a cost of £15 per day.

More information and the link to book can be found below:

Liverpool FC Women (@LiverpoolFCW) / Twitter

Year 6 Chester Zoo, by Mrs Harris

Date: 18th Mar 2022 @ 7:28pm

Chester Zoo Trip Year 6 


Year 6 have had a fantastic day at Chester zoo in the sunshine β˜€οΈ 

We had a great day looking around the zoo at all the animals and exploring different parts of the zoo. 

We participated in a rainforest workshop which focused on the impact of deforestation on our planet and we explored various animal skulls, eggs and fur. We even got to create our own animals to live in the rainforest! 

We all had a great day! 

Pizza bagels with Year 6, by Mrs Harris

Date: 17th Mar 2022 @ 9:24pm

Delicious smells are wafting around Our Lady and St Edward's in cookery with Miss Cumings's! 

This week Year 6 are making pizza bagels πŸ•πŸ•πŸ•




Years 5 and 6 Card Games Club, by Mrs Harris

Date: 17th Mar 2022 @ 7:43pm

Card Games Club........

Years 5 and 6 are enjoying playing a variety of card games such as memory match, higher or lower, Uno and 3 of one, 4 of the other! However, snap definitely seems to bring out our competitiveness!!

Sing for Ukraine Year 6, by Mrs Harris

Date: 11th Mar 2022 @ 8:39pm

Well done to our whole school for taking part in AmaSing's 'Sing for Ukraine' fundraiser! 

There were over 10,000 people joining in globally and it was an honour to take part and sing 'Lean On Me' to show solidarity with the people of Ukraine.

If you would like to donate to the DEC Humanitarian Appeal for Ukraine, you can donate through their JustGiving page:

Year 6H World Book Day 2022, by Mrs Harris

Date: 6th Mar 2022 @ 7:55pm

Year 6 World Book Day

We had a fantastic world book day. All the costumes were amazing! 

Children participated in a range of activities including: an illustrator workshop designing their own characters, designing a book voucher token and we shared a range of stories together focusing on diversity and equality. 

We all had a great day!

Year 6M World Book Day 2022, by Mrs Harris

Date: 6th Mar 2022 @ 7:49pm

Year 6 - The Mayan's, by Mrs Harris

Date: 16th Feb 2022 @ 7:49pm

Year 6 had a fun filled day participating in activities linked to our history topic of 'The Mayan's' children participated in a workshop focused on all things Mayan focusing on: Mayan food, inventions, daily life and much more! Children also participated in a range of activities in the classroom including: designing a life and death mask, creating a PowerPoint presentation, designing their own Pok-a-Tok kit and painting. Year 6 had a great day!

Girls Football Camp, by Miss Flynn

Date: 15th Feb 2022 @ 1:45pm

The LFC Foundation will be holding a GIRLS ONLY football camp at Woodchurch Leisure centre on Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd February.


It will run from 10am – 3pm at £15 per child, per day.


 The days will consist of high quality football sessions, fun games and small sided games delivered by highly qualified LFC coaches.


Link for booking on to the camp is here


If you require any further information please get int ouch with


Year 6 - Maths, by Mrs Harris

Date: 8th Feb 2022 @ 6:39pm

Year 6 Maths

Year 6 challenged themselves by calculating the area and perimeter of items within their classroom environment. They calculated how much it would cost to replace our classroom carpet or to replace our doors!! = £ £ £

Year 6 - Art, by Mrs Harris

Date: 8th Feb 2022 @ 6:38pm

Year 6 Art

Year 6 have created their own pieces of artwork based on the work of Eduardo Paolozzoi. They drafted then produced their final collages which represented themselves and things they love the most.

Year 6 P.E. - Dance, by Mrs Harris

Date: 8th Feb 2022 @ 6:37pm

Year 6 P.E. - Dance

Year 6 created dance moves to show the effects of bullying. They interpreted moves that showed loneliness, sadness and hurt related to bullying and the courage to overcome these negatives. They created their dance moves to a variety of songs including 'Fight song' and 'Stronger'.

Safer Internet Day - Year 6, by Mrs Harris

Date: 8th Feb 2022 @ 6:31pm

Safer Internet Day - Year 6

Year 6 spent some time this afternoon participating in 'Safer Internet Day'. Our focus was 'Respectful Relationships Online' . We discussed the meaning of respect and explored different ways we have fun online. We discussed how to keep safe online and what to do if someone is disrespectful towards us. Children then created their own recipes for respectful relationships online, we had some lovely ideas; a handful of respect, a cup of forgiveness, a litre of loving words, 10 sprinkles of understanding and 2 litres of friendship.

Year 6 National Poetry Day 2021, by Miss Adamczewska

Date: 12th Oct 2021 @ 10:10am

National Poetry Day is the annual mass celebration on the first Thursday of October that encourages all to enjoy, discover and share poetry. This year, National Poetry Day takes place on 7 October 2021, and the theme is Choice.

National Poetry Day generates an explosion of activity nationwide, thousands of amazing events across the UK – on doorsteps and at kitchen tables, in gardens and streets, in schools, libraries and public spaces both online and offline – all celebrating poetry’s power to bring people together. 

The Day starts conversations, it encourages love of language – and best of all, it’s open to absolutely everyone to join in, quietly or noisily in rewarding and enjoyable ways. As the artform’s most visible moment, it showcases the ways in which poetry adds value to society.

Here are our wonderfull Year 6's...


Home learning 6B 30.06.21, by Miss Houghton

Date: 30th Jun 2021 @ 10:27am

Good Morning Year 6, 


I have attached a daily vlog outlining today's tasks for you to complete at home. All worksheets are uploaded onto the school spider. Don't forget to send me a picture of your work and I will mark and get feedback to you as soon as possible. 


Any questions just send me a message through the school spider 

Have a great day! 


Miss Houghton :) 

Home Learning 6B 29.06.21, by Miss Houghton

Date: 29th Jun 2021 @ 9:35am

Good Morning Year 6, 

Hope you are all keeping safe and well. 

I have filmed a short video outlining today's tasks for you and all the work has been uploaded onto the school spider for you to complete. 

Today's Learning 

English - listen to chapters 3 and 4 of The Butterfly Lion and answer the comprehension questions. 

Maths- coordinates - work through the PowerPoint 

RE - Research Kitty Wilkinson - why is she such a significant figure? I would then like you to create a fact file. 

Have a lovely day 6B! 
 Miss Houghton :) 

Today's Home Learning 6A Monday 28th June 2021, by Miss Flynn

Date: 27th Jun 2021 @ 1:31pm

Good Morning Year 6

    Hopefully this is the last day of Online Learning for Class 6A!

Your lessons for today have been uploaded onto SchoolSpider.

For English today you will be completing Reading Paper Set B from your brown envelope.

For Maths you need to complete Set A Paper 3: Reasoning

This afternoon you have Science and Design Technology.

For Science, you will be studying how materials have changed over time and for Design Technology you will be looking at Graphic Design.

If you have any questions, please get in touch.

See you tomorrow 

Miss Flynn :)

Friday's Home Learning 25th June 2021, by Miss Flynn

Date: 25th Jun 2021 @ 9:25am

Good Morning Everyone!

    All your tasks for today are now uploaded to SchoolSpider and I have marked and commented on yesterday's work.

Please take the time to read over the comments. I have also uploaded the mark scheme for the Maths. This is so that you can identify any mistakes you have made and reflect upon any of these errors.

Don't forget to bring your competition entry into school with you on Tuesday- so far I have only seen Mia's- which is fantastic! Well done!

Today's tasks are as follows:

English- Continuing with the Chester Zoo Project focusing on retelling the story of Buddy the Orangutan. I have uploaded a PowerPoint with the story on if you have forgotten!

Maths- Revisiting finding the area of cubes and cuboids following a few errors on the recent SATS practice papers. 

Spanish- Revision of your nationality and what language you speak

History- Learning about Windrush Day and the Windrush Generation and creating an information page on this.

Reading- Chapter 9 and 10 of Micheal Morpurgo's 'The Butterfly Lion'

All tasks are explained in greater detail on SchoolSpider with videos and links to support.

If you have a question, get in touch!

Have a great weekend everyone (make the most of any outdoor space :) or complete a home workout indoors!) 

Miss Flynn :)

Thursday’s Home Learning - 24th June 2021, by Miss Flynn

Date: 24th Jun 2021 @ 8:51am

Good Morning 6A!

    I hope you are all set up and ready to learn from home today :)

We are continuing with the Chester Zoo Project in English today, in Maths you will be solving word problems linked to planning a trip around the world and in RE you will reflecting on your invitation to the Kingdom of God and how, like Jesus' disciples, we too have been called to serve.

Mrs McGuningall has also asked the whole school to enter a competition that Woodchurch High School has set. To enter, you have to design a poster explaining 'How to save the Earth from global warming'.

The poster needs to be informative and eye catching.

The prizes are amazing! Go and check them out on SchoolSpider.

There are instructions for each activity on SchoolSpider.

Don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions

Miss Flynn :) 

Today's Home Learning Wednesday 23rd June 2021, by Miss Flynn

Date: 23rd Jun 2021 @ 8:55am

Good Morning 6A!

    I hope you are all set up and ready to learn from home today :)

I have uploaded some English work linked to the Chester Zoo Project, a Maths paper, an RE task and a Leaver's Day Assembly task for you to complete from home. 

There are instructions for each activity on SchoolSpider.

Don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions

Miss Flynn :) 

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