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Bridge Hall Primary School Where Every Child Matters and Every Day Counts

Year 6

Welcome to the Year 6 class page.


Our teachers are Mrs Sinclair and Mrs Henderson.  Our teaching assistant is Miss Howarth.


Follow Year 6 on twitter for news, photos and up-dates.



Important Information for Year 6


A reading book has been sent home for your child to read.  He/she MUST read at home every day, including weekends.  Once they have finished the book they must return it on the next Friday so a new book can be given.



Each week there will be a list of words to learn.  Please make sure your child learns them as there will be a test each week.



Homework will now be electronic.  Each child will soon have a bank of logins to help them locate and complete their  homework.  Children will need to complete homework by the deadline given.  Please keep checking this page for homework updates.

Week Beginning 21st September


Complete these calculations.  Take a picture of your completed work and email it to

1) 2348 x 6    2)  46.52 x 11   3)  7290 x 3      4) 704.8 x 6        5) 3582 x 5   6)  65.37 x 4


Spellings to learn this week







Week Beginning - Monday 14th September


1) horrible

2) terrible

3) possible 

4) edible 

5) adorable 

6) forgivable

7) disposable 

8) valuable

9) breakable

10) vegetable


For an overview of the work we hope to cover in Year 6 please click on the link below.

Key Information



Children will cover a range of sports throughout the year. Children must bring in their own trainers for PE sessions - these sessions change termly and will be updated on our Twitter Page. During the winter months, it is advised that children bring a jumper.



Homework is given weekly.  This will be given out on a Friday and will need to be back in school by the following Thursday. Children will consolidate their learning from the task set each week.

Home schooling and online resources/activities -


Coronavirus (COVID 19): list of online education resources for home education.

The Government have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home.

These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.


The list includes subject-specific resources for:


They are currently being offered for free.