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Class 6

Welcome to Class 6!


Class teacher - Miss Marney



Hi Class 6,


It seems very strange that this would be our last full week in school together. It makes me sad that I have not seen you in so long but I am very glad that you are all staying safe and well.

This week I have created a year 2 photo of us all. Can you spot yourself in the picture? 

You can still send me emails about what you are doing. 

My email address is


Keep looking on Class 6's page for lots of fun new challenges. I have now put on some things to do over the summer holidays which are lots of fun


Stay safe,

Miss Marney




Hello Class 6!

I hope you are all staying safe and being really well behaved for your parents/carers. I am really missing you all. I would love to hear about the things you have been up to. 

Here are a few of my successes for during lockdown:


I have walked for miles! We have explored woodland, deserted tracks, and have even made it to the Singing Ringing Tree, not once but TWICE!

  Before                                                        After

It would seem that I have found my green fingers too. I have grown a monster of a plant, although I am a little scared to re-pot it.

I have also rediscovered lots of my favourite books from when I was your age! Books such as:

Whatever next!                The tiger who came to tea.                   On the way home...              


I recommend reading these if you haven't already!

I wonder what you guys have been up to. I would love to find out!

Send me an email to:

I can't wait to hear from you all!


Stay safe!

Miss Marney laugh





Are you missing our PE lessons and mini competitions?

Then why not join in with the SPAR Lancashire School Games?

You can strive to be the best you can be and beat your personal bests.

Follow the link for the score card and join in on the 30th June.


Remember to email us with your progress! We cannot wait to see how you get on!

Can we break a world record?

Rob Biddulph is a famed author and illustrator of children's books. 


You may know him from his #DrawWithRob lessons that have gone viral across families during lockdown (and shared by BBC and CBS). Or you may know him from one of his books like Odd Dog Out.


On 21st May, Rob will teach the world a 30 minute art lesson where we learn to draw a much loved character. 


To beat the Guinness World Records title for largest online art lesson at least 10,000 people need to tune in to draw with Rob for a full 30 minutes on 21st May at 4PM BST |  8AM PST.


Use this link to get involved with the live lesson


If you want to take part but can't do the live lesson, here is one of his videos for you to have a go at


We miss you all KS1

Learning from home: 

In these very strange times, remember you can still get in touch with me via email. I can try my best to help with any of your home learning work.

Below there are some links. In these will be messages from me, the home learning packs, activities you can try at home and a page just to celebrate all of your work. Make sure you send in some of your work so we can share it here!

I miss you very much!

Miss Marney smiley

We are Class 6. Together we make memories!

We made our own pivot pictures!

We are all very proud of our independent creations! With lots of perseverance we managed to create these wonderful images. 

Our first attempt at making pivots.

We made ourselves out of paper. We were even able to move! We found the split pins really easy to poke through using blue tac. We are all very proud of ourselves!

How heavy is the Queens crown?

Did you know that the Queens crown has a mass of about 1kg? We did! We didn't know what this would feel like on our heads, so we found a book and balanced it. The Queen must have a really strong neck!

Science show


Lights, Camel, Action: The Nativity Play

We had so much fun performing our Nativity play. Did ya kick it? We think we did! We booed, we cheered and we danced in all the right places. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!

RE Day 2: Islam


Today we learnt about the processes a Muslim goes through when they go to pray. We even had a go! It was very interesting.

Children in Need 2019

For children in need this year, we dressed in our Pyjamas to raise lots of money. 

15/11/19 We made skipping ropes!

As part of our recycling topic, we made skipping ropes using our old plastic shopping bags. We had lots of fun using them outside and in our play times all while saving the planet!

12/11/2019 Safety Seymour came to visit!

12/11/19 Safety Seymour came to tell us all about the dangers of carbon monoxide. We learnt all about the good (blue) flames and the bad (red) flames. We drew  pictures and even got to take an alarm home too!

Green words for timing practice.

16/10/19 What colours is black made of?

16/10/19 Today we found out what colours are inside the colour black. We placed the colour black in water and watched it spread. Did you know that black is made up of every colour?

9/10/19 Today the police came to visit. They let us sit in their car and put the siren on for us to hear! They then came inside to talk to us. They gave us lots of information and answered all of our questions! We even got to try some of their uniform - it's very heavy!

25/09/19 Greasy Joe's Cafe!

25/09/19 Today we helped Greasy Joe find the best paper towel for his cafe! We used all our mathematical skills to measure the distance the water travelled. We then decided which paper towel absorbed the most. 

04/09/2019 We made parachutes to keep our person safe! Look at our creations!

We made parachutes to keep our little people safe! We had to work together as a team and use our scientific skill of exploration to work out which design was best. We were very proud of our creations!

Look at our maths!

We have been consolidating our maths knowledge today. We have used our tens and ones and a giant part-part-whole model to help us add and subtract different numbers. It is not always easy but we keep going!