Welcome to Y6AW

Welcome back to school Year 6! I am extremely delighted to welcome all year 6 pupils back for their final year at primary school and pleased with how well they have settled back in , with such positive attitudes to learning, so a huge thank you to all the parents for their continued support. Everyone has made a fantastic start and I can’t wait for this to continue throughout the year with the fantastic learning we have planned.

I am excited to announce that our class author for this term is Michael Morpogu and we will be studying his work during our reading lessons. This term we will become Hucklow explorers and our curriculum learning is based on the question, ‘What do you know about Mexico?’ Children will conduct research about Mexican culture, the geography of Mexico, the language and significant people from Mexico – including a famous female artist! The children have already made a great start with their research and found out some interesting Mexican facts.

Important things to remember-

Monday – Reading organisers will be checked and books will be given out. Please keep these at home until Thursdays.

Wednesday – Return homework

Thursday- PE

Thursday – Return reading books

Friday – Homework and spelling test.

If you have any questions please contact us on the playground before or after school, or on year6@hucklow.sheffield.sch.uk.


We look forward to sharing our Year 6 journey with you.

Take care and stay safe!

Miss Wallace


Online Learning






Spanish Learning

1) Click on the link to the quiz in Miss Kachra’s virtual classroom and have a go at answering the multiple- choice questions on Educandy.
2) See the attached document. Read the sentences in Spanish. Who are the sentences about? Use the Collins online dictionary to help you with the meaning of any tricky words:
3) Now write some sentences about yourself in Spanish. You could give you name, your age, your favourite colour and so on. Use the Collins online dictionary to help you:
1) Look at the food list (word document attached), which ones do you already know?
2) Look up any ones you are unsure about on the online dictionary:
3) Check your answers from the powerpoint (first one).
4) Read the sentences on the second powerpoint and try and work out what they mean.

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