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Year 6 revision

This site gives you lots of maths revision questions to work on; they cover all aspects of maths and are at the expected standard for Year 6 SATs.
To get from one question to the next, just change the digit at the end of the address to one more. Don’t just leave a question if you get it wrong. Work out where you have made a mistake. If you’re still stuck, make a note of what day the questions was from and we’ll have a look at it together in school.


This week, we are joining in with the live sessions with The Bodycoach. This morning, the whole school gathered to do half an hour of workout led by The Bodycoach himself. The staff joined in too (well, most of them!)

World Book Day

There has been lots of dressing up as book characters today. Owls had characters from Alice in Wonderland, Harry Potter, Red Riding Hood, Percy Jackson and many more books in class all day.

Snow Day!

Good morning, Owls.

Enjoy the snow today but also use some of your time to do your MyMaths activities. Everyone has tasks set, even those of you who were up-to-date. Some of you have quite a lot of tasks still left to do.

In addition to your maths, please spend some time curled up in a warm, comfy place with a good book.

Bodiam Castle

A chilly wind and a few flurries of snow didn’t stop us enjoying Bodiam today. We wrapped up warm and set off to explore this wonderful castle.

Cricket Day

Today we were visited by Oliver, a Chance to Shine cricket coach. He led a whole school assembly and then classes had a cricket workshop with him.


This afternoon, Zoolab visited, giving us the opportunity to handle different animals and discuss their classification.

Following on from yesterday’s work, we imagined that we had landed a probe on a planet and it had discovered pools of liquid. We needed to know whether the pools were acid or alkali to determine how safe the surface was. We did this by using pH indicator paper.

Science Day

It’s been a busy day today! Professor Bubbleworks visited for an assembly and a workshop, we went over to Wild About Barcombe to do some birdwatching, we carried out fair tests to find out how to make effective parachutes and we used what we had learnt to create a safe drop for an egg. Some were not at all safe: one egg managed to land without a crack in its shell – the others were scrambled!

RSPB Schools’ Birdwatch

We’ll Bec taking part in the annual birdwatch on Monday. Don’t forget your wellies!