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St Thomas' Road, Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire FY8 1JN

01253 722022

St Thomas' Church Of England Primary School

Have a lovely Summer! We shall see you back in school on Thursday 2nd September 2021(gates open at 8 45am and close at 8 55am)

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Happy last half term Year 6.
You can do it! 


This week, it is Child Mental Health Week. It is now, more than ever, very important to raise awareness of this. 

Here are some links to some lovely resources and activities that you might like to do at home with your child:

Take care everyone!

Miss Bolton X 






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 1-12 times tables poster.pdfDownload
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 Autumn 1 - Topic Web.pdfDownload
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A book is a dream you hold in your hands...

Check out: for a full list of FANTASTIC reads for Year 6.



Take a look at some of the ways your child can balance screen time at home...

Welcome to Year 6!         

 Teacher - Miss Bolton

Morning T.A - Mrs Johnston (5 mornings)

Afternoon T.A - Mrs Sayer (4 afternoons)

PPA cover - Mrs Stones (every other Thursday)


Our Gospel Value is SELF CONTROL 



Here is a lovely story you can share with your children to help explain Covid-19 to them:


Enterprise week


Please check our gallery page for more pictures!


Here are some pictures from our sports day!



What a fantastic afternoon we have had! We have been learning all about the Victorians. We got to have a go at playing with some Victorian toys, having a go at some machinery, making iron molds and practicing our cursive handwriting. Thank you very much Mr Warrell! 


Today we had a go at using the 'pointillism' technique in art. They are looking wonderful and I can't wait to see the finished masterpieces! 


This morning we planted the wildflower seeds. We are looking forward to watching them grow!

Week beginning 3.5.21

Some of Year 6 took part in the bikeability course this week. The instructors were amazed at how sensible and mature they were and are looking forward to their next visit to the school.

Well done!



Week beginning 19.4.21

Today we started out new started 'The Titanic'. We had a go at some sketches of the ship. 

We are looking forward to finding out more about the 'Ship of Dreams'.

Week beginning 22.3.21

Take a look at some of our AMAZING English work. We have been writing our own crime scene report based around the game 'Cluedo'. The children have worked incredibly hard on these and they sound fantastic! 

Week beginning 15.3.21

We have had a very busy afternoon making our healthy, balanced sandwiches. They all looked fantastic and I definitely think we have some future chefs in Year 6. You all behaved wonderfully and I hope you enjoyed your yummy sandwiches! 




Week beginning 8/3/21

It has been so lovely to have the whole class back together again. We have had a busy few days celebrating 'British Science Week'. 

Take a look at some pictures of us planting some seeds. We discussed germination and the processes involved in this. 

I am looking forward to making our delicious sandwiches on Monday! 


Week beginning - 1.3.21
As we get ready to return back to school properly, I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for your relentless effort and determination. You have made me so proud! 

I can't wait to see you all next week.

I am so proud of you all ... 

It really has been a challenging and difficult time for us all over the last couple of months. I would just like to say how immensely proud I am of you all for all your hard work. 

Here are a selection of the AMAZING work I have seen. Well done year 6!


22nd February 2021

Say hello to our new Detective Inspectors..

Today we looked at some evidence that was found in bag. We used our deduction skills to come up with links and clues that could help us investigate who the bag belonged to.




For videos, plans and resources please log into your Microsoft Teams account using your email and password. See you all on there! X



Tuesday 5th January 2020

Using inference to understand characters 

Watch the videos and have a go at the activities 

Decimal and fraction equivalence –


Log into language Nut and practice your French vocabulary . Focus on the topic 'Where I live and different countries' 

I will also put a few activities on purple mash for children to have a go at too!



Look at our amazing art work from this year. We have some very talented artists in Year 6! I am so proud of how well the children behaved at their Christmas party yesterday and I hope they had lots of fun! 



This afternoon, we investigated whether or not we could create a 'rainbow' using out knowledge of how rainbows are formed. We used torches, beakers of water, paper and mirrors. We discussed why or why not our predictions were correct and how we would make it a fair test. 



Year 6 'stepped into Christmas' today by hanging their beautiful decorations of the Christmas tree in the hall. The tree looks AMAZING and I know the children are excited to take their lovely decorations home when we finish for the holidays!



Today we spent the morning getting in the festive spirit! We made our Christmas decorations to go on the Christmas tree and had to apply our Maths skills by measuring it very precisely using inches. We also started out Christmas cards too. I can't wait to see them all when they're finished! 



Year 6 bubble closure information 

12.11.20 - Day 7 Maths lesson

Adding and subtracting decimals 


11.11.20 - Day 6 English video

Character story map

10.11.20 - Day 5 Maths lesson video

Mental arithmetic questions 


9.11.20 - Day 4 English lesson video

Create your own character for the Wizard of Oz.


6.11.20 -  just a little check in with the children.

Have a lovely weekend Year 6 and well done for all your hard work! 


4.11.20 - Lesson 1: English based on antonyms and synonyms

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 Year 5 and 6 statutory spelling list.pdfDownload
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 Autumn 1

Look at what we've been up to! 


Look at our brilliant 'Katherine Johnson' artwork ready to go on display! As part of Black History Month, year 6 have studied Katherine Johnson who played a pivotal role in NASA's history. She was known as a 'human computer'. "Katherine Johnson knew: once you take the first step, anything is possible".



This week we have been walking around school to raise money for the charity 'TearFund'. This Harvest appeal relates to a place called Afar in Africa. Here the nearest tap for fresh water is a 10 hors walk a way! As a school, we collectively tried to walk for 10 hours over the week just to prove how far this is. Participating in this challenge, we realised how lucky we are to have fresh water every day!




In Maths today, we have been having a go at creating nets for open and closed cubes. We had to find out which nets made cubes and which nets didn't. We tried to explain why certain nets worked and why they didn't using our knowledge of shapes and problem solving.




Today we celebrated World Mental Health Day as part of our PSHE lesson. We had a look at different ways we could enhance our wellbeing and had a go at writing positive thoughts and affirmations that we could use to help keep us in a positive mindset.




I think we have some future artists in this class!

Just take a look at our animal eyes! Today, we finished off drawing and colouring our animal eyes. We then began to make these into papier-mâché models. I cant wait to see them when they are complete.

Well done Year 6!



As part of our science this term, we are looking at inheritance and how genes are passed down from parents onto their offspring. In science today, we used biscuits to represent this and showed how different biscuits inherited characteristics from both biscuit parents!

It also made us extremely hungry!!



Has anybody seen this man? 

"Lucien Silver is wanted in relation to committing many felonies; including time travelling and stealing people's imagination."

Take a look at our WANTED posters based on Mr Silver who is a character from the Nowhere Emporium.




Today we have celebrated 'European Languages Day' and learnt all about Greece. We studied where it is on a map and looked at some of the customs and traditions that take place in Greece.

We then had a go at colouring in the Greek flag and creating our own Greek vases. Some of us even had a go at writing our names and greetings using the Greek alphabet.



Look at our AMAZING art work. In year 6, we are very lucky to have Mrs Johnstone, who is a very talented artist!

The children each picked an animal and created a mood board for that animal. We then focused on the eye of the animal and produced these amazing pieces of art. 

We ae going to add animal print and pattern around the eyes, before making a paper mache model of it. 

Well done Year 6!




What a fantastic, first full week back! I am so proud of how well Year 6 have settled back into school and they have shown me what a hard working and mature class they are - well done everyone!

We have had a busy week completing some baseline tests and getting back into our daily routines. We have started reading 'The Nowhere Emporium' as part of our English Topic and the children have created some AMAZING expanded noun phrases based around an image of the Emporium. In Maths, we been focusing on place value and children have been identifying the value of each digit in very large numbers!

In the afternoons, children have been introduced to their new topic 'Survival' and in Science, we have looked at how different animals adapt to their environments. They have used maps and labelled the different countries in Europe (including some capital cities!) We have also had a think about what types of animals may live in these countries and why. In Art, we have started to create a 'mood board' based on an animal of their choice. I am looking forward to seeing them when they are finished!

Well done again Year 6. I am looking forward to seeing you all again next week for another FAB week of learning!

Miss Bolton X 




Useful information

PE - every Thursday

Please make sure your child has their PE kit in school. As PE will be taking place outside, children will need an outdoor kit and trainers.


Spellings, SPaG and Maths will be given out every Friday and will need to be completed and brought back into school by the following Friday.

Children also need to be reading on a daily basis.

 Water bottles

Children will be reminded to take these home daily and to be brought back in the next day with fresh water. Replacement water bottles are £2 to buy and/or 50p for lids.

 Healthy snack

You may bring a healthy snack into school for break time, if you are not having toast.



You can recycle your batteries here!!

At St Thomas' we we value the importance of recycling and if you have any batteries that you no longer use, please bring them into school in a clear plastic bag and they will be sent to the office to add to our recycled battery collection.


Extreme reading challenge 

Well done to all the Year 6's who took part in the 'Extreme Reading Challenge'. It was lovely to see all the pictures of you reading and demonstrating just how fun reading can be! Keep your eyes peeled for a new Reading Challenge coming soon! 



If your child takes part in a sporting club/event outside of school such as football, dance, judo etc, please send any photos to Miss Hindle (PE co-ordinator) at

These will be used on our PE display to show off their super sporting abilities.


Thank you!



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In English, we are currently reading 'The 1,000 year old boy" by Ross Welford.