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Year 6 - Snape

In Snape Class we have lots of fun and laughter! On this page you will find our class news and lots of interesting pictures showing you what we have done.


Important information about us!

Teacher: Miss Johnson

LSP: Miss Dosanjh


Additional Important Information:

enlightenedIn Year 6, our school day begins at 8:30am and finishes at 2:40pm.

enlightenedChildren can bring a named water bottle to go on their tables which needs to contain only water or squash.

enlightenedThere will not be any toast provided at break time however children can bring a small snack with them to school to eat at break time such as: fruit or raisins.

enlightenedThe children can come to school on a Tuesday dressed in their PE kit with suitable footwear. PE will be outside on the playground.

enlightenedYour child will be given a reading book specific to their reading level over the next two weeks. We would like the children to read as much as they can at home and record this in their reading record. Books will be changed on a weekly basis.

enlightenedHomework cannot be brought back into school so if you have any queries please email the class email address:

Thank you so much for your continued support. smiley



PE Day:

Every Tuesday



There will be no swimming until November at the earliest.



All homework will be related to SATs style questions in Reading, SPaG and Mathematics. All homework will be set on a Friday.


Reading Challenge:

Each term, we are holding a Reading Challenge in Snape Class. Each time you read a home, either with an adult or independently, write it in your reading record. For each comment in your Reading Record, you will receive a raffle ticket into the prize draw! Make sure you bring your Reading Records into school daily so Miss Johnson and Miss Dosanjh can enter you into the prize draw! Good luck!


Mathletics and Purple Mash:

Children can access these websites from home. Each child has an individual username and password. Mathletics is an excellent resource which allows children to practise their mathematical skills.

Every week, we celebrate our successes by having a Writer of the Week, Maths Mind, Sports Player and a VIP!

Our congratulations this week goes to...



Maths Mind -


Writer of the Week -


Sports Player of the Week -

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Christmas Week in Snape Class!


Christmas Party!

On Thursday 17th December, we had our Christmas party!

We started off playing pass the parcel and our winners were Ki and Poppy. 

We then played musical statues, musical bumps and best dancer and our winners were Blake, Shoaib, Bailey and Maryam.

We then finished our party with our wonderful buffet of food!

A fantastic party everyone!


Christmas Crafts!

Throughout the week, we have made a range of different Christmas crafts!

We made a wool star bauble, a pipe cleaner wreath and a springy reindeer!

Fantastic crafts Year 6!


Lockdown Pantomime!

Due to the current situations, this year we watched a Lockdown Pantomime on a live stream!

Norfolk Music Hub performed Rapunzel and it was brilliant!

We all had an amazing time watching it!


Breakfast with Santa

On Wednesday 16th December, we had our breakfast with Santa!

We watched The Polar Express, ate croissants, cookies and muffins and had a wonderful visit from Santa Claus! We must have all made the good list this year as we all received a gift from him!


2021 Calendars

We also made calendars for 2021 which look absolutely amazing!

Fantastic work Year 6!


Christmas Cards

We made some wonderful Christmas cards this year with a Christmas tree made from strips of paper! Well done Year 6; they will look amazing on display in your homes!



Christmas Jumper Day

On Friday 11th December, we all came to school in our Christmas jumpers!

We brought in a donation and looked wonderful and festive in our Christmas outfits for the day!

Thank you to everyone who donated!



Christmas Dinner

On Wednesday 9th December, we kick started our Christmas activities with our Christmas dinner in the hall!

We all went down to eat our dinner together, pulled crackers, told jokes and wore our lovely Christmas hats!

A lovely way to start Christmas Year 6; we cannot wait for all of the fun activities next week!


My Identity Bag

In PSHE, we watched a video linked to REWIND all about racism and extremism. 

We discussed about the benefits of having our own identity and how this would help us to understand that we are all able to have our own unique opinion about different things.

Our Identity Bags highlighted how individual we all are :).


In RE, we learnt all about Diwali - the Festival of Light! We watched a brilliant video explaining the traditions and special activities that take place on the special day. We created beautiful Diwali artwork on magical black paper! We drew Rangoli patterns, Diva lamps and traditional Hindu patterns.

Well done Snape class; they are absolutely beautiful!

Christmas Card Competition

For Christmas this year, James Morris set his annual competition of completing a Christmas card. We produced a range of Christmas cards, using different designs, ready to send off to James Morris to see if any of us can win the competition!

Good luck everyone; your designs are amazing!

Remembrance Day 2020

For Remembrance Day this year, James Morris asked schools in Sandwell to produce a special piece of Art work to remember the different Poppy Day we had this year. 

We created a poppy collage as a class and sent it off to James Morris.

He was extremely impressed with our design and mentioned us on his social media!

Well done everyone!

We have also received a certificate from James Morris for our participation in the competition!

Fantastic work everyone!

On Wednesday 11th November, we looked at the poem 'In Flanders Fields' and created our own version of it. We then wrote it on tracing paper and stuck it to a Remembrance Day picture. 

They look absolutely brilliant; amazing work Year 6!


To commemorate 75 years since VE Day, we had an amazing poppy wreath sent into us. 

We spoke about what this meant and how important it is to World War II. 

Please meet your new Class Teacher and Learning Support Practitioner (LSP).

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