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Class 6- Obsidian

Week 2

Well done for all making it through the first week of homeschooling. This week there will be plenty of learning opportunities available to work your way through too. In addition to the daily maths tasks going up I am also uploading a maths 'revision pack'. Feel free to work through this systematically if you complete the daily tasks.

Hope you all have a great week.

Stay happy and healthy!

If you have not yet finished your Philip Pullman biography, please continue with this. Otherwise, choose a task from the English activity grid. Make sure you are still working towards a Connected Curriculum task in the afternoons.

David Walliams Story

David Walliams is releasing an audio story every day. Free of charge! At the moment it's for 30 days. Every day at 11am.

Every day at 11am, you can listen one of David Walliams’ World’s Worst Children stories, so sit down, take a break, and enjoy 20ish minutes of pure fun!

Riddle of the day

You bought me for dinner but never eat me. What am I?

Answer: Cutlery


What begins with T, ends with T and has T in it?

Answer to be revealed tomorrow!


Class learning blog


I know that some of you have already found the PGL padlet blog and are posting (long may it continue!) and to keep that aside for PGL I have created one for any learning questions that cannot be answered at home (mathletics help, reminders etc.). I will try to check in the mornings and then again in the early afternoon so your queries can be answered.


The link is


Over the upcoming weeks I will be uploading various activities for you and your child to access at home. Please check it frequently.

Your Daily Home Learning should include at least:-

  • 1 Maths Task
  • 1 Writing Task
  • 1 Reading Task
  • Spelling and times table practise
  • 1 Topic related activity (or working towards one of the tasks)


I am also setting up a class blog for all things PGL related. Feel free to add things to it and look at what other people have had to say. Of course all posts will have to be checked before they are posted but it would be great to hear what you have to say.


The website for our blog is:


Have fun and make sure that you continue to improve your learning everyday.

Hopefully this time away from school will go quickly and we'll all be back together soon.

Take care and stay safe.

Mr Cheeseman, Mrs Nickell and Miss Doorey




Hi all,
We would just like to say a huge thank you to each and every one of you for our trip to PGL last week. It was an incredible experience and we can only hope that you all enjoyed it as much as we did. You are an amazing group and we are truly grateful that we were able to share the laughs, fun and excitement with you. We are immensely proud of you all - for your determination, the support you show for one another, the way you pushed yourselves beyond what you thought you were capable of - you are an inspiration and we are so thankful that we could be a part of your journey.
Mr Cheeseman, Mrs Nickell and Miss Doorey

PGL Day 4

PGL Day 4 1 Pre shop
PGL Day 4 2 Archery
PGL Day 4 3 Challenge course
PGL Day 4 4 What teamwork!
PGL Day 4 5 Challenge course
PGL Day 4 6 Last night
PGL Day 4 7 Disco Dancers
PGL Day 4 8 Last night
PGL Day 4 9 Last night
PGL Day 4 10 Last night
PGL Day 4 11 Last night
PGL Day 4 12 Last night

PGL Day 3

PGL Day 3 1 Canoe capers
PGL Day 3 2 Canoe capers
PGL Day 3 3 Professional problem solvers
PGL Day 3 4 Courageous canoe-ers
PGL Day 3 5 Problem solving
PGL Day 3 6 Splash attack
PGL Day 3 7 Tower of 'triplets'

PGL Day 2

PGL Day 2 1 Birthday Boy Bradley (nice alliteration!)
PGL Day 2 2 Amazing aeroball-ers
PGL Day 2 3 Awesome abseilers
PGL Day 2 4 Fearless fencing
PGL Day 2 5 After climbing Jacob's Ladder
PGL Day 2 6 Jacob's Ladder

PGL 2020 Day 1

PGL 2020 Day 1 1 Welcome to PGL!
PGL 2020 Day 1 2 Lunch
PGL 2020 Day 1 3 Lunch
PGL 2020 Day 1 4 Lunch
PGL 2020 Day 1 5 After a hard afternoon's climb
PGL 2020 Day 1 6 Orienteering group 1
PGL 2020 Day 1 7 Orienteering group 2
PGL 2020 Day 1 8 Wacky Racers!

Welcome to Obsidian Class, 


Class 6 have a very busy and exciting year ahead of them and we will keep you up to date through this class page.  Our class is named after the precious stone Obsidian; a jet black volcanic rock symbolising truth, protection, positivity and resilience.  A very apt name for the children in Obsidian class. 


As always, I am very happy to discuss any aspect of your child's school life, please make an appointment by catching me at the end of the day or contacting the office.