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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6!

Croeso i Ddosbarth Chwech!


Teacher: Mr Davies

Class Size: 30

Spring Topic : Overground/ Underground - our pupil lead question topic. We will also have a focus on WW2 (life in the Blitz and life in Wales) and STEM related activities. 


A reminder that Gilwern is coming up, Wed 6th - Friday 8th February.



School Council Members: Lottie Shepherd and Fraser Cook

Digital Leaders: Kai Ahern and Logan Nelson


Seren yr Wythnos: Ruby Barrell

Reader of the Week: Finley Lamb

Mathematician of the Week; Padraig Graham

Growth Mindset Peer Award: Roisin Thomas



To Year 6

We are the 'Web Warriors'.

Overground/ Underground


This term, Y6 are about to start a pupil-led topic using the statement ‘Overground/Underground’. For homework they had to write questions to find out in class about 'overground and underground' e.g. What created the universe?, or overground or what made people start mining?, or how does a submarine actually work? ,  for underground.

These questions will form some of our lessons or mini topics this term. During this work in class we will go on the Chromebooks to help find out the answer to some of the questions.                  

This week, we have been creating estate agent 'web pages' to sell the cottage in Carrie's War as part of our DCF work. We linked it to our maths, working out the areas of the rooms for the floorplan to go on the advert.

Our peer question was to look at pollution in the sea. We talked about ships sinking in WW2 and wondered if they would sink differently in different liquids.

From The Web Warriors.




This week( to be completed by Wed 30th Jan) - on the Google Classroom, there is one activity to complete - looking at the 'mathsisfun' website and investigating 2D shapes. They will then need to add facts to the table about triangles and quadrilaterals.

Reading ( books or Giglets)

Nessy Spellings- spellings given out on a Monday for a test the following Monday

Table facts - on Hwb, the  children can access j2tt (times table) Blast. The pupil with the most points each week will be our mathematician of the week.