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It is important that all children in Year 6 complete tasks set out by their teachers whilst school remains closed. Below, you will find all learning activities for each day of the week. There are also activities that should be completed each week on Purple Mash and Mangahigh. 


Thank you

 Mr Grimshaw and Miss Wallace 



Ok Year 6, you are now in your final week at Stoneyholme. If we were in school, we would be thinking about the transition to high school and graduation and to be honest, not doing very much work!

We WILL have a graduation at some point and it will be great to see you then. If we tried to do it now, it wouldn't be as fun. SO we will see you soon.


If you do want to do some work this week, carry on with BBC Bitesize and Manghahigh.

BBC Bitesize has lots of information and quizzes on lots of subjects that you will learn at high school. Have a look at the Science, History or Geography areas (or any other you fancy) do some research and then maybe do a quiz to see how you have done. This will be pre-learning for year 7.


And don't forget MyON - there are some amazing graphic novels on there and lots of different books to appeal to all tastes - at least log on and have a look. I bet you find something you will like.


Remember to check your emails and answer the phone this week.

Reading at Home

Unfortunately we are unable to change home reading books in school at the moment, due to social distancing regulations. However there are many other reading opportunities to be found online and in the home. It is very important that children continue to read every day and children should be encouraged to read for pleasure, choosing their own reading wherever possible. Children who read for pleasure have been shown to do well at school and in later life.

Have a look at some of the home learning photographs that you've sent in!

Nice sunset Ihsan!

Zubaida's Fantastic Robot!!

Hassan's Robot - Jim!

Zaid's Robot!

Madiha's Poster


It is important that all children get regular exercise whilst at home. Miss Salkeld and Mr Ahmed have added resources and ideas for children to access on the PE webpage.