Welcome to 6RW! There are plenty of exciting things in store over the course of this year, with educational visits, our residential, plays, assemblies, special events and themed days, visitors and challenges!
Please read our class blog to keep updated with all our important news, to see what we have been up to and of course to admire our amazing work.

Important information:

Year 6 is such an important year for your child. Here’s how you can help at home.
Please make sure that your child is reading for at least 20 minutes per night and that their Reading Record is signed and returned to school each morning.
Homework will be handed out every Thursday and needs to be returned by Tuesday.
In addition, your child will be given spellings to learn each week for a spelling test every Friday. They need to practise these regularly.

Book bags and PE Kit should be in school every day. Due to the winter weather and then SATs preparation, PE lessons can be moved around, so bring your PE kit on Monday and take it home on Friday for a wash.

Mrs Warner and Mrs Ranyard

Welcome to Year 6RW!
We are Mrs Ranyard and Mrs Warner and we will be sharing a year 6 class this year…and we are thrilled about it! Mrs Ranyard worked with these children last year so moving up with them is a privilege.

Mrs Warner enjoys teaching English and Spanish most of all, has a million stories to share and an excellent sense of humour. In her spare time she likes writing film and TV scripts, swimming and reading, as well as riding her bike and practising her language skills.
Mrs Ranyard is a massive fan of reading and loves sharing books with the children as well as teaching maths. She has many book buddies across the school, staff and children. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, kick-boxing (with Miss Thornton) and chasing around after her 3 year old twin girls!

Pupil Quotes

Mrs Warner is the funniest teacher I have ever had. She makes me laugh and makes me happy!

World War 2 is the best topic ever! It’s so interesting and there’s so much to learn!

I love Year 6 because I get given challenges to push me to the limit.

I have made loads of new friends in my class and I’m really looking forward to our big game of hide and seek later in the year!