Welcome to the Class 6 page!





Welcome back to your final year at Hob Hill! 


Watch this space for useful information, photographs and helpful links to support your learning in class. If there is anything you would like added to this site, please let one of us know.

Mrs O'Hagan & Mr Haynes 


Diary Dates 2017-2018

Autumn Term

Monday 4th September - INSET

Tuesday 5th September - children return to school

Tuesday 12th September - swimming lessons begin


Friday 20th October - break for half term

Monday 30th October - return to school

Friday 1st December - Lantern Parade. Meet promptly @4.30pm at Rugeley Leisure Centre

Friday 7th December - Year 5/6 to Ironbridge (to support work on the reign of Queen Victoria)

Ironbridge Info Letter


Spring Term 2018

Monday 8th January 2018 - children return to school


Summer Term 2018

Monday 14th May - Thursday 17th May SATs week and Y6 Breakfast Club!

28th May - Half Term week

Monday 4th June - Summer 2 begins

Friday 8th June - Y6 to Lichfield Cathedral

Tuesday 12th June - Sports' Day

Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th June - Friary Transition

Friday 22nd June  - Y6 to Rugeley Fire Station

Monday 25th June to Friday 29th June - Y6 to Laches Wood



End of term dates 2018

Saturday 7th July - Hob Hill Summer Fair 11.30am-1.30pm

Monday 9th July - Family picnic 11.45am. Children may leave early with parents from 2pm

Tuesday 10th July - Macbeth at Stafford Castle (open-air event) 

  • Sunhat
  • Non-uniform (sensible shoes)
  • Suncream
  • Water
  • Small bag of sweets (no chocolate)
  • A text will be sent regarding return time

Thursday 12th July  - PTFA Big Bounce

Thursday 12th July - Leavers' Disco

Saturday 14th July - Brereton Carnival

Monday 16th July - Y6 to Bowling in Stafford

Tuesday 17th July - Y6 Leavers' Breakfast 

Thursday 19th July @ 6pm - Leavers' Service

Friday 20th July - Last Friday Worship @ 1.20pm

Break for summer



Reading Records must be signed weekly by a parent and returned to school on the child's allocated day. This is the case even if the child is reading a novel which is not yet finished. It is vital that children are reading frequently for sustained periods of time to prepare them for future learning.

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Monday 14th May -Thursday 17th May 2018

SATS Information Presentation (shown 06.02.17)


Recommended revision aids. This range covers all topics as well as being user friendly with answers provided for parents to check or children to revise independently.

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*Achieve 100 PLUS also available for children requiring further challenge. Please see Miss Goodwin for advice if necessary.

Times tables-multiplication and division facts

Speed up your mental recall of these vital maths facts using this fun game.




Spelling is a big priority in Class 6. Please learn your weekly spellings and be ready for a test each Wednesday. As well as weekly lists, you should be able to spell the words of the statutory lists below.

Statutory Word Lists

Weekly lists

A1W5 - able, -ible

A1W6 - measures and -fer

A1W7 - Adding suffixes to -fer

A2W1 -cial and -tial guide and test

A2W1 - cial and -tial 

A2W2 -ough words

A2W2 -ough words guide and test

As part of our work on shape, we have been learning about the parts of a circle and finding the area. We also had a bit of a giggle to the song below - it is very silly but quite helpful too! 



High School Open Evenings


The Friary School: 28th September 2017 6.30pm

Nether Stowe School: 5th October 2017 6pm-8pm

The Hart School: 10th October 2017 @ 7pm


Class 5/6 Outing to Blists Hill Victorian Town  

Children from Class 6 enjoyed a fascinating day at Blists Hill Museum. It is a brilliant museum with so much to see - definitely worth another visit!

Our morning was spent visiting the many traditional retailers in the town and learning about how Victorians would have done their shopping. We spotted some familiar brands such as Heinz and Cadbury's in the grocers, learnt the secret of keeping little children still in the photographers and spent most of our Victorian money in the sweet shop (not surprisingly)!

After a quick lunch in the Boys' Brigade Hut, we rushed up to the school where we were met by our  teacher for the afternoon. Hurriedly, we were ushered to a changing room where we were to be transformed into the glum-looking, yet obedient, children you see in the picture above.Even Mr Haynes, Mrs Grimley and Mrs O'Hagan dressed in  role. That was pretty hilarious; Mrs O looked like Mary Poppins!

The Victorian school-room was certainly an experience.....

But we are a tough bunch and survived to tell the tale! 

Enjoy looking through the photographs of our day.

Our topic in the Spring term is the Vikings. Fierce warriors, adventurers and raiders, these people had their own gods and goddesses, nine Norse worlds and knew how to tell a good saga. 


Class 5 & 6 will be studying Tony Bradman's novel 'Viking Boy' to support their learning. 


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The Hart School Christmas Quiz

A huge well done is due to the six children who represented Hob Hill at this annual event: Owen Quinn, Lexie Poole, Jamie Jessop, Aimee Goldsmith, Charlie Sayle and Neve Wagg. The children achieved a fabulous score and came a close second out of eleven Rugeley primary schools - congratulations!


Class 5/6 Outing to Blists Hill Museum

The weather, unfortunately, was against us and we were forced to turn back to school when a blizzard began as we approached Telford.

Not to be beaten, we remained cheerful and enjoyed our packed lunches back at school.

The visit will be rescheduled in the new year; watch this space!


Check out the rock-tastic outfits Year 6 wore to celebrate the launch of this great times tables tool. Click the link below to log on at home to beat your high score and challenge fellow rock stars! 

Times Table Rock Stars 

SCIENCE - Animals, Including Humans

Just how much do you know about your body?

Click on these links to learn more about the wonderful human body. 

TOPIC - The Victorians 

Learn more about life during the reign of this formidable monarch on the BBC website.



Hob Hill 2016-2017

Take a look at what last year's Class 6 got up to....


For the first time in Hob Hill history, in July 2017, year 6 children had the opportunity to spend a whole night in school. Huge amounts of fun were had with very little sleep! The children enjoyed playing games outside before munching snacks on the field. This was followed by a campfire, built expertly by Mrs Adams and Miss Smy (Forest Schools practitioners) and a good old-fashioned sing-song led by Mr Preston and Mrs Davies. It was a fantastic way to celebrate their time at the school and great preparation for camp. 

Image result for lichfield inspireOn Wednesday 6th June, Class 6 visited the beautiful cathedral in Lichfield to learn more about pilgrimage and the life of Saint Chad. They took part in a variety of activities with children from other Diocesan schools. A great day was had by all! 


 We are very grateful for your kind donations of cakes and biscuits for our Comic Relief cake sale. We raised over £217 so we're rather proud of ourselves!


We couldn't have done it without your support - thank you x  




Check out these brilliant costumes!

Hob Hill really went to town for this year's World Book Day!

Hob Hill's Christmas Carol Concert at St. Michael's Church, Brereton

Back in December, children from Years 5 and 6 treated a congregation of parents, family and staff to a beautiful carol concert. It was a marvellous evening of readings, prayer, celebration and song enjoyed by all in attendance.

Class 5 & 6 Outing

The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Children and staff enjoyed an educational day learning about the culture of the Ancient Greeks. In the morning, we were able to create our own Greek-style pots. The session was led by Lisa, a 'clay-expert' who expertly guided the children through the process. the end products are fantastic and we were even allowed to bring them back to school.

After a picnic lunch, the afternoon session promised to be very exciting with rumours of real Greek artefacts. We weren't disappointed and were lucky enough to see a crater and amphora which were over 2500 years old!

It was a really fun day, enjoyed by all in attendance.

Class 6 had a truly fabulistic day dressing up to celebrate Roald Dahl Day! See which of your favourite characters you can see hanging around in these pictures.

Review the key features of a newspaper article using this great 'Prezi'.