St Thomas CE (VC) Primary School
Sherwood Avenue




01484 226557




Office hours:

8.00am - 4.00pm


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             Year 6 Homework


          Remote Learning Page


             Here to help you keep learning away from school


Welcome to Year 6's Learning Page.  During this period of remote learning, daily work will be set on Seesaw. Seesaw is designed to function on any PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone.


Children can also use DB Primary via the Children's Pages on this website to find activities, post on the class forum and email other children or their teachers.


On this page we will give you some ideas of some extra activities you can do in and around the main work on your Seesaw page. These might be good if you have finished your work on Seesaw and want something else to do or of you want to have a break in between the activities your teacher has set. They are all based around not needing too much help from your parents or carers so you should be able to do them on your own!


If you need any more support with your remote learning such as your log in details, please email your teacher at, or message us through your DB Primary Email. 


Thank you, Mrs Fullwood and Mr Boosey



HTAFC - Healthy Living Activity Pack
Huddersfield Town Foundation have sent over their activity pack that we would normally be using in school. As we aren't open fully, we are making it available for you to use at home.
Download the PDF document and follow the tasks. If you'd like a printed copy from school, contact your teacher at and we can arrange that to be left in reception to be collected.
Huddersfield Town Foundation - Healthy L[...]
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Does your busy brain need a break for 5 minutes?? Why not try these activities.....

  • Using only 3 colours create a squiggly picture and colour it in.
  • Grab your favourite book and read or look at the pictures and tell the story in your head.
  • Draw a picture of you doing your favourite hobby, game or pastime.
  • Take a picture or draw the most important thing you have.
  • Find 3 yellow, 3 red and 3 blue items and make a pattern out of them.
  • Look for nature out of your window. What is the weather like today? What are the trees and plants doing? Can you see any birds or other animals passing by?
  • Ask someone in your house if you could do something to help? E.g  Make a bed, sort the washing or tidy a room in the house.
  • Listen to a piece of music and dance along, or close your eyes and relax as you listen.




There are tonnes of great websites that have games you can play that can support your learning this week, have a look at some….

Maths- Quick Recall of lots of number facts- 

English- Poetry Zone-

Spellings- Year 6 SATs words to learn- 

Computing- Improve your typing -



Weekly Homework


Each week your teacher will set you homework tasks on the My Maths website.


You will always have an activity which you should be familiar

with and one which will stretch you more!


Remember to log on to TT Rockstars and practise your x-tables

This website also has some good games to play.....

Remote Learning


If you are at home for longer period of time, waiting for a test result or staying safe in quarantine, you will find your weekly learning here. You will need to complete a maths activity each day.


In school, we follow the White Rose scheme of Learning, so our first units of for maths this half-term are all about Decimals and then how they relate to percentages and fractions.


These short  video lessons will help you see what we are doing in class.



Your teacher will add extra MyMaths activities to match the work being completed in class. Do this each day to make sure you keep up with the work being completed in school.



Weekly Homework


You can read to yourself, read to a family member or listen to someone else read, but try to read every day.


A full digital reading library is available on Oxford Owls and you can access as many books as you like.  In October our digital subscription begins and your teacher will help you choose books at an appropriate level!

If you prefer traditional books you will be given a book each Monday, please return it on a Friday.


Remote Learning

If you are at home for longer period of time, waiting for a test result or staying safe in quarantine, you will find your weekly learning here. You will need to complete a reading activity each day.


In class we are reading Arctic Adventure by Willard Price


If you are working at home we will try to get a copy of the book to you so you can complete the work we are covering in class, or we may email a particular paragraph or page.It's likely we will copy pages onto SeeSaw for you to read and work from.


Ask your parent to check their emails.

There will also be tasks on Seesaw, please check your app regularly.



Weekly Homework

Our Year 5/6 spellings this half term are: 


soldier         sincere    recommend    relevant     restaurant    yacht  

signature       immediately     sufficient      vehicle      twelfth     variety

vegetable       suggest      stomach


Our spelling rule for our homework is: not currently being updated whilst working at home


Your test won't have a list of words. Instead, we will pick random words that follow the rule we've learnt in class and at home. It's the rule we are learning to apply, not just a list of works.



This website has some fun games to play too-

Why not try keeping a diary of your  day? You could add pictures, drawings and write down what you've been doing and feeling. 




Remote Learning

If you are at home for longer period of time, waiting for a test result or staying safe in quarantine, you will find your weekly learning here. You will need to complete a writing activity each day.



We will be focused on the book Tom Crean's Rabbit. We will be able to work through the book on SeeSaw and then set work there. Our focus is story telling and short narratives


Ask your parent to check their emails.

Our Seesaw app is now fully up and running and his will help us share work and activities.




Our Topic and other learning




Our Topic this half term is all about the Polar regions. A journey to ends of the Earth. 











At home you could:

  • Research the Polar regions. Can you find out about the animals, the countries, the conditions, the people who live there? What can you show and how can you set it out.

  • Who was Ernest Shakelton?

  • Who was Tom Crean?

  • Who was Captain Scott?

  • Who are the modern day explorers?

  • Can you create some artwork that shows off the beauty of the Arctic and Antarctic landscapes?

  • Create a poster to advertise your next adventure or voyage to a distant, dangerous and unknown land. What type of person do you want with you.

  • Design some polar equipment to survive in the freezing conditions



Remote Learning


Ask your parent to check their emails.

SeeSaw is the best way to share your work. Log and get sharing.



In science, we are looking at the Polar regions, relating to Properties of Materials. We'll review this from the work done in Year 5.

We'll also look at light and circuits, not easy remotely done but can be covered.


Remote Learning


Ask your parent to check their emails.

Seesaw is a great way to share these pieces of work.

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