Curriculum Letters


English SATS Revision Timetable

Grammar glossary for parents

Year 6 Maths Genius Resources

Maths Sats




This year we are using Seesaw to share and communicate with families! Your child will post to Seesaw to share their learning. I’ll also use Seesaw to send you messages and reminders. Seesaw is private; you’ll only see posts created by your child.

Please Sign Up Now

  1. Click on this link:
  2. Scan your child’s QR code for access to their learning portfolio
  3. View/Comment/Like updates from your child and their teacher. 🙂

After you sign up, download the free Seesaw Family app and sign in. You can also access Seesaw from a computer at

Thank you for supporting your child’s learning!

Miss Allen

P.S. If you used Seesaw last year or have more than one child using Seesaw, follow the link above, then click the ‘Sign in’ tab at the top of the screen. You do not need to create a new account.


Writing workshop

Year 6 and Year 6/5 children were so inspired today during their writing workshop with Cathy. They left today full of ideas for their own stories. We can’t wait to read them! Thank you for your inspiration @cathycassidyxx

The Writings on the Table…

Year 6 and 6/5 enjoyed experimenting with language and clauses today. Some wonderful examples, well done boys and girls!


Online Safety Day 2017

We have spent some time this week discussing our use of social media. We have thought about the positives and negatives and how we can ensure that we are all safe online. We took part in an online survey to collate our classes opinions. Some of the interesting results can be seen here:

This question and the discussion about strangers really made some of us question who we are friends with and if it is safe?

We discussed the importance of parental supervision and monitoring. Social Media is just like the City Centre and our parents wouldn’t let us walk around there unaccompanied.

We had a really great discussion about selfies and where the notion of a perfect selfie comes from?

Cyber Bullying is one issue that we discussed and after watching some stories on the CBBC website we were inspired to spread advice to other children about Online Safety.

Please click the link to our class blog to view: videos, posters and online chats.