Wycliffe CE Primary School


Saltaire Road, Shipley, BD18 3HZ | Tel: 01274 584779

Wycliffe CE Primary School Tree

Yew Class

Yew Teacher: Mrs T Hill    TA: Mrs H Sant

Year 6 Yew

CBS Sports Coaching – Sports Camps Summer 2020 – Key Stage 2

YEW CLASS – A message from Mrs.Hill for you – click here

Foodie challenge 1 – click here to watch

Garden wildlife

Foodie challenge 2

A French Breakfast

Crafts with Mrs Hill

Boy 87 intro

French song

Trim Trail Poetry

Week of 6th July – Y6 learning

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Week of 29th June – Y6 learning

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Kanga Sports Day


Talk for Writing – Y6

Talk for Writing – Y6 GDS

Y6 Activity Book

Y6 Activity Book Answers

Get creative with classical music

White Rose Maths 11.05.2020

Y6- Unit Talk for Writing

Y7/8 – Unit Talk for Writing

25 Fun Maths Activities and Games

Online Safety at Home – highly recommended activities to stay safe online


Easter Story – KS2

Home Learning Pack

Useful websites

Useful activities to do at home

Writing Challenges

National Literacy Trust – Family Zone

Handwriting Guide


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Six years of hard work, learning and fun have led your child to their final year at Wycliffe CE Primary School.  In Year 5, they will have already had a taste of some of the responsibilities that come with being at the top of the school. Now there are even greater opportunities to develop their organisation and leadership skills, such as Head Boy, Head Girl and Prefects.

As Year 6 teachers, we aim to create a happy and stimulating learning environment. We recognise the importance of encouragement and celebrate successes to help each child reach their full potential and we want them to acquire a love of learning that will last a lifetime. Year 6 pupils are expected to treat everyone with respect and courtesy and show concern for the needs of others, fostering team work and community spirit.

We encourage you to support your child establish routines that enable them to independently manage their school equipment and homework. They are expected to read daily, learn spellings and multiplication tables, as well project based homework and Christian Values tasks.

With the important transition to secondary school not far away, we have high expectations of behaviour for learning and look forward to an exciting year!

P.E Days –  Thursday & Friday