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Class 15 News
Mrs Rinder 4 Dec 19

Class 15 taking part in wheelchair basketball.It was quite tricky to throw the ball and control the wheelchair at the same time.

Mrs Hewitt 8 Oct 19

Year 6 trip to Devils Porridge as part of their WW2 topic learning about how it affected people's lives in the local area.

Mrs Hewitt 10 Jul 19

The first Year 6 Leaver's Performance of Olivia went down a storm. We have some talented superstars in the making.

Mrs Hewitt 3 Jul 19

Year 6 trip to Edinburgh. After having a fantastic time at Dynamic Earth Science Museum the children walked some of the way up Arthur's Seat an extinct volcano.

Mrs Hewitt 12 Feb 19

Year 6 working together to construct volcanoes using newspaper and glue, as part of their topic.

Mrs Hewitt 6 Feb 19

Year 6 visited the Carlisle Military Museum as part of their WW2 topic.

Mrs Hewitt 11 Sep 18

Secondary School Open Evenings for Year 6. Thurs 13/9/18 6pm-Nelson Thomlinson Tues 18/9/18 5-8pm-Trinity Wed 19/9/18 4-7pm-Richard Rose Morton Thurs 20/9/18 4.30-6.30pm Richard Rose Central Tues 25/9/18 4.30-6.30pmNewman Thurs 27/9/18 6.30pm-Caldew

Mrs Hewitt 7 Nov 17

Today, year 6 visited the Military Museum at Carlisle Castle as part of their WW2 topic. They also learnt about WW1 and the reasons why poppies are a symbol of Rememberance.

Mrs Hewitt 1 Nov 17

Year 6 had a very interactive and informative visit to Devils Porridge in Eastriggs, as part of their WW2 topic

Mrs Rinder 29 Sep 17

Year 6 visited the Magistrates Court in Carlisle today as part of their E-learning awareness. They took part in a mock Cyber-Bullying & Harrassment Trial and seemed to thoroughly enjoy acting out their parts. The children learned that their actions have consequences.

This Term's Topics

  • Mountains, Volcanoes and Earthquakes
  • Living Things and their Habitats
  • Spring Term
    Our new topic this term is Mountains, Volcanoes and Earthquakes. We will be exploring and developing our understanding of this key aspect of physical geography. Activities will include investigating the physical features and human uses of mountains and volcanoes.
    If there is anything specific your child would like to learn, please do get in touch via our class email

    This term we will be looking at a variety of different concepts including decimals, percentages, algebra and measurement (converting units of measure and calculating perimeter, area and volume). We will be developing our fluency and using and applying skills.

    Our Science topic this term is Living Things and their Habitats. We will be investigating how living things are classified into broad groups according to common observable characteristics, based on similarities and differences, including micro-organisms, plants and animals. In a series of practical activities we will work scientifically by using classification systems and keys to identify some animals and plants and research unfamiliar species and decide where they belong in the classification system.

    This will be every Thursday afternoon and will be outside where possible. Please ensure your child comes dressed appropriately that day, with a change of t-shirt if necessary. During times of home learning, we recommend some form of daily exercise to be undertaken. This may be a walk in the local area, a bike ride or an online exercise program, for example Joe Wickes.

    Class 15 Home Learning

    Home learning grids can now be found at the bottom of this page and will be uploaded every week. Choose some activities from it that you would like to do, in addition to the reading/spelling/times table practise.

    You can also keep busy with

    - Times Table Rockstars.

    - Doodle Maths

    - Doodle English

    - Doodle Times Tables

    - Doodle Spell

    - Learning Beck games.

    - BBC Bitesize daily lessons

    - Oak National Academy online resources.

    - Watching Newsround every day is a great way of keeping up-to-date with what is going on in the world.

    Please continue to support your child's progress in reading by hearing them read every day and asking them questions about what they have read.

    We would love to see all the wonderful things you are doing at home. You can send photos, powerpoints, pictures, etc to our class email address.

    If you need any further information, resources or support then please speak to your class teacher.

    Class 15 Downloads

    10 4 10 Spag Revision
    10 4 10 Reading Revision
    Letter from Downing Street
    10 4 10 Maths Reasoning Revision
    10 4 10 Maths Arithmetic Revision
    10 4 10 Maths Arithmetic Challenge
    10 4 10 Maths Reasoning Challenge

    Class 15 Weblinks

    Classroom Secrets
    Times Tables
    Times Tables 2
    Mountain ranges around the world
    Volcanic Scotland
    Volcanoes and gases
    Structure of the earth
    White Rose Maths
    First News
    The Natural Curriculum
    The Natural Curriculum
    Holes by Louis Sachar
    Holes by Louis Sachar
    World Book Day Live Stories