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Romeo and Juliet Cast List

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Madison: Hot-chick in audience - Courtney: Choir - Fatima: Camera-operator  


My apologies for missing you off first-time :)

Stop! In The Name Of Love - Supremes

Summer Performance

Karaoke You Can't Hurry Love - The Supremes *

Download MP3: Sing Online: * This version contains a low volume vocal guide to help you learn the song. The karaoke version without the vocal guide is available on This recording is a cover of You Can't Hurry Love as made famous by The Supremes - This version is not the original version, and is not performed by The Supremes.

Jimmy Ruffin "What becomes of the broken hearted" with lyrics

Summer Performance

Lionel Richie - Endless Love (with lyrics)

Lionel Richie - Endless Love (with lyrics)

Edwin Starr- War (Lyrics)

Summer Performance

Mary Wells-My Guy Lyrics (1964 song)


The Temptations - My Girl (lyrics)

Summer Performance

Baby Love [The Supremes] *With Lyrics*

Summer Performance

Dino Project

A quick project we did while we were doing the mock SATs



Here are the upcoming topic for the next few weeks:

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division

Ration and Proportion


Place Value

Fractions, Decimals and Percentages


Also, don't forget to check out our help

Maths Posters

Maths Videos




After the break, we will be studying poetry. Here are some examples of pems suitable for children


Poems for children




We will be looking at newspapers after the break too. Here are some children's newspapers that might interest you:

Teaching Kids News

"Time" for Kids

BBC Newsround

Animal Farm - 1954 Feature Length Cartoon - George Orwell

We will be doing a film review next term. This is Animal Farm by George Orwell.

Ten Great Children's Films


Here are some alternative films, suitable for children, that we might review. I can't share on here for copyright reasons but if you can, you should try and watch them.


E.T. The Extra Terrestrial

Finding Nemo


Who Framed Roger Rabbit


Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back


Superman: The Movie (1978)

Toy Story

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

Mock SATs Timetable

Mock SATs Timetable 1

Gymnastic Georgia

Gymnastic Georgia 1

Gymastic Georgia

Amazing Gymnastics! Seriously Impressive Georgia!

Muhammad Ali - Complete Life Story [Documentary]

In English we are doing Biographies. Did you know the most recognised person of the last century was Muhammad Ali? Also, did you know that February is Black History Month? For that reason, and because he is a fascinating character, we will study the life of "The Greatest".

This Half-Term


We have been putting resources here to support upcoming learning for a bit but some parents have asked us to expand upon it a bit so here it is:





Ratio and proportion

All 4 operations

Geometry (Nets)

Measures (Area and Volume)

Statistic (Pie Charts and Line Graphs)


We use IXL Maths extensively to support these areas so please have a look...



Prefixes and suffixes

Conjunctions (Remember it is conjunctions - connectives is an out of date term atm)

Synonyms and antonyms


Complex sentences and subordinate clauses


Find help with these grammar terms and more at IXL English

Year 6 British Music Assembly

Why are these songs on here? All will be revealed...

1960s: The Rolling Stones-Ruby Tuesday

1970s: Another Brick in the Wall - Pink Floyd

1980s: Bonnie Tyler - Holding out for a hero

1990s: Wonderwall - Oasis

Next Term


Some of next term's work includes "legends", "The Tudors" and "Healthy Living". Here are some resources to help you...


Mr H



Henry VIII's new Tudor Quiz for KS2 Children

Henry VIII's KS2 Tudor Quiz - 20 Tricky Questions to test your children's knowledge of the topic. Henry's Tudor Days are very popular in schools. Book now for 2015. A fun day activities including Tudor Talk, Ruff Making, Jousting, Shield Design, Rich and Poor Game, Dancing and Crime and Punishment.

Teriible Tudors

A song about the Tudors, subbed.

BBC Schools: Zig Zag: Tudor Life - Children, A Girl's Story

This is the first programme in the unit Tudor Life. This programme discovers the different lives of rich and poor children in Tudor times.

Nutrition, Food Pyramid, Healthy Eating, Educational Videos for Kids, Funny Game for Children

Learn about the foods you need to eat every day to be healthy and strong. Food Pyramid: grain group, vegetable group, fruit group, milk group, protein group. Kids Educ SUBSCRIBE TO US See more children's videos:

Benefits of eating fruits and vegetables - For kids (children)

Created by:

Healthy Eating and Active Living: Making the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice

Our environments - where we live, work, learn, shop, and play - have a big influence on what we eat and how active we are. Many Americans - adults and kids alike - live in environments that make it harder to choose healthy foods and be physically active.

Christmas Homework


There is an English and a maths test for you to practise. No spellings or times tables on paper, but you can use computers to practise. 


Project: Our English topic is legends, you can do a project based on Robin Hood. You can produce texts or posters if you like but it might be nice to make something like his hat for example.


Have a lovely Christmas and New Year. If you don't celebrate Christmas then just have a lovely break.

Mr Howarth

Fact or Fiction E04 Robin Hood

Here are some videos to prepare you for our new English topic "Legends". What is the difference between a myth and a legend? Myths are folk tales which are known to be made up and often have magical characters. Legends are folk tales that are thought to have some basis in fact.

King Arthur and Robin Hood = Legend
Hercules and Icarus = Myth


The Great Story Of Robin Hood-Historical Documentary-National Documentary

The Great Story Of Robin Hood-Historical Documentary-National Documentary The Great Story Of Robin Hood-Historical Documentary-National Documentary The Great Story Of Robin Hood-Historic documentary 2016 robin hood disney robin hood app robin hood movie robin hood foundation robin hood cast documentary 2016 traileral Documentary-National Documentary Robin Hood is a heroic outlaw in English folklore who, according to legend, was a highly skilled archer and swordsman.


DropZone Trip 8 December 2016


Are you excited about our trip to DropZone. Have you returned your permission slip and contribution?

Click the link above to have a look at what it will be like!

Play with the music app and see what you can create...


Music Shake


The Username is: MrHowarth

The Password is: G******1 (See me in class to unlock)


We can save work and view it in Music Shake but if we do decide to get it we can save our work to MP3 and keep it forever!

Blackburn Rovers are sending a player to speak to our children. His name is Marvin Emnes. Before he comes, we will need to do some research him and think up some questions to ask him. 




After half term we be doing a non-fiction topic in our English work. We have decided to study sharks. As a bit of pre-learning you can watch the following documentaries and you should be shark experts before we even start the unit.

Sharks : Scavengers of the Seas - documentary BBC

Before being an earthly paradise with enchanting colours, the lagoon of New-Caledonia is above all a paradise for sharks. Usually considered as fierce predators, sharks really are opportunistic scavengers. Scavengers that are not too picky when it comes to their menu: feathers, fins or fur, anything will do.

Shark Coast - Natural World - BBC

Southern Africa's coastline is home to over 100 species of shark - more than anywhere else in the world for such a short stretch of coastline. A watery savannah is prowled not by lions, leopards and hyenas but by even more impressive predators.

The shark represents all we fear in a dangerous wild animal. But do sharks really deserve their reputation as cold-blooded killers? There are over 350 species of shark, each with distinct attributes that have developed in many different ways.

Year 6 Presents "Hamlet: A play by William Shakespeare"

Welcome to Year 6



First of all, thanks to the children for giving me such a warm welcome. I can honestly say, that the children here are some of the friendliest that I have had the pleasure of working with.

Below, I will outline some of the things that I we will be doing over the next few weeks and any other bits of information that are important right now. Should you have any issues please speak to me and I will try arrange a convenient time to speak to you.


Maths - We will begin with number and calculations. Throughout the year children will have opportunities for word problems and problem solving (mathematical investigations). Furthermore, regular practise of multiplications will be undertaken as they underpin so much of our maths curriculum. As well as the children’s homework, if we could practise these at home it would be most helpful. The website “Hit the Button” is a favourite tool of children to practise this skill.

English - We will be looking at fiction first of all and I have selected a children’s version of Hamlet for this unit. In non-fiction we will be looking at journalistic writing, which we will link to the Shakespeare story. Spellings will be sent home regularly and the children will also have regular practise of grammar, spelling and punctuation, beginning with compound sentences or drops (which the children refer to as “sandwiches” apparently.)

Science - Year 6 children do revision units in science and we start with “Light”.

Computing - The children will again, re-cover units. We will start with desktop publishing and use a program called “Inkscape”. It is open source software, so the children can download and use it at home for free. In the next few weeks I will put a link to all the free software that we use on the website.

History - Greeks

Geography - Where does all our stuff come from?

Art - Drawing

French - Our School

Music - Improvisation

P.E. - Net games and football with Blackburn Rovers. (Should any of the children show skill in this area, they could possibly get a game with the first team ;))

R.E. Christianity/Sikhism/Judaism

If you wish to support your children at home then please help them with their homework, encourage them to read at home and check the blog and website to encourage digital learning. 


Mr Howarth - Class Teacher


Here are some websites that might be useful...

Parent Guide to changes in New National Curriculum