• Southborough Lane,
  • Bromley, BR2 8AA.
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Southborough Primary School
Every Child a Star

Year 6 - Bluebell and Primrose

Remote learning week commencing 11th January 2021


Well done to everyone in Year 6 for comleting their home learning this week. Thank you to all of you who have joined us on our zoom sessions as well. If you haven't yet joined us the details will be on the google classroom stream.


Please find the work for the week below. We much prefer this to be completed and uploaded to google classroom. Please let us know if you are having toruble with this.


Computing is set on Purple Mash.

Art is 'A view from a window' on BBC bitesize.

PE - Joe Wicks

RE - see google classroom as the file was to large to post here.

Please log on to Bug Club to do some of the reading and on to TTRockstars to do your Times Table practice.

There is also games set on active learn for you to complete.


We also created a suggested timetable for the week for you to help you, however read the message attached to it as when you do the tasks is flexible- all of them, nonetheless, are due each Friday (apart from PE)


How to upload/send back your work:

Please upload work to google classroom or email once it is finished as it is easier for us to mark it daily rather than all in one go on a Friday afternoon. Please only email work to as this is the only email address which will be checked this week, the Primrose email address will not be being checked this week.


We have prepared quite a few tasks for you, however complete whatever you can and do not worry if you can't complete it all. You can upload your work as documents, take photos of your work and upload or email to our class email (we will be checking all these throughout the day)

We will also have zoom calls with you, we will post the details of these shortly. Remember to keep in touch, especially if you have any queries or questions. See you soon in our zoom meeting! The Year 6 Team

WW2 Underground Shelters

Can you imagine what it was like in the London Underground during the air raids of WW2, otherwise known as the Blitz?

This was part of our WW2 project combining Art, Literacy, Topic and Computing. 

We followed in the footsteps of artist Henry Moore who studied people sheltering in the underground. We were inspired by the mood and atmosphere he created in his drawings and prints. We also learnt about the one point perspective and tried to recreate it in our prints. 

The process we used is a type of relief printing using a polystyrene sheet and paint.  Our preparation included searching various shelters, learning the one point perspective technique and creating sketches in our sketch books.  We have then drawn on the polystyrene sheets and printed the images onto paper.  We also created a positive and a negative image of the WW2 shelter.

WW2 Shelters Bluebell Printmaking

Primrose - Bomb Shelter in the Tube Prints.




Complete the Anne Frank Activity Pack 5.  We will discuss the answers in class next week (and the answers will be posted next week too).  The answers for the last two pieces of homework are attached below for you.


Over Christmas we would like you to read a novel.  Enjoy the book.  Be able to reflect on it and write a book review when we return after Christmas.


Have a lovely Christmas and New Year!

Primrose's amazing display of Propaganda posters that we have designed... and some featuring us!

WW2 costumes. The children loved dressing in costumes and experiencing an air raid. Also staging photos for the Dig for Victory campaign.

Pictures from World War 2 Events - tasting the jam and making Anderson Shelters! 06.10.2020