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Welcome to Wollaton


Teachers: Mrs Baker & Miss Clark

Prefects: Tilly Mullen & Daniel Oxley

House Captains: Safia, Zak, Leo, Minnie, Morgan, Matilda, Josh, Olivia

Class MP: Ethan Davies

Topic: WWII

Class Book: Goodnight Mr Tom


Welcome to Year 6's page. We're really looking forward to some exciting learning opportunities as we make the most of our final year at All Hallows. 





On Monday 1st April, a meeting about SATs will be held in Class Wollaton for Parents and Carers. If you are unable to attend the meeting, the document below gives all of the information you need to know about the tests which take place during the week beginning 13th May. If you have any other questions about the tests, please don't hesitate to pop in and ask. 

Our Geography topic this term is all about rivers.  As you can see below we have been busy making models of a river system and finding out about the different parts of a river.

Raging Rivers

Young Voices 2019


Classes Wollaton and Thoresby attended the Young Voices Concert at the NEC in Birmingham. We've been working hard since September; learning the songs and dance routines. We arrived at the arena and began rehearsals then performed for a huge audience of parents at night. We performed alongside special guests including Tony Hadley and Beau Dermott. It was amazing and, despite it being a very long, tiring day, we had a fantastic time. Thanks to all of the staff for taking us along and to all of the parents who came along to support us. 

Class Wollaton went on their final residential visit to PGL in Caythorpe.  We had great fun on all the activities and, as you can see from the photos below, everyone got stuck in...even the staff!!  

Holocaust Centre Visit


On Monday 22nd November, Class Wollaton visited the Holocaust Centre in Laxton where we learnt all about what it was like for Jewish people running up to and during WWII. We followed the journey of an 11 year old Jewish boy, Leo Stein, and found out what it was like for him growing up during this terrible period in history. The most amazing part of our visit, was listening to a Holocaust survivor called Simon Winston. Simon, who is now in his 80s, spoke to us about what he had to endure as a child growing up as a Polish Jew and how he spent so much of his childhood in hiding in order to survive. He talked about the 'miracles' that helped to keep him alive, including how his father had stashed gold bars in a brush handle which later allowed his family to buy their way out of a ghetto and flee to safety.  Simon taught us not to pick on people just because they are different- what a powerful way to learn this message. Look through our photos below- you can see us queuing up to collect a stone. We carefully laid our stones on a huge pile. Each stone in the pile represents one of the children lost to the Holocaust. 

Come in to look at our Holocaust display outside Class Wollaton. 



On Tuesday we were visited by two guests from the NSPCC. They talked to us about staying safe and speaking out about our worries. Visit the Childline website to play games, watch videos or read articles.


Class Wollaton- help the NSPCC improve their service further by providing feedback about the lesson that you were taught. Click on the link below.

Parent's/Carer's Information Session

On Monday 22nd October, we will be visiting the Holocaust Centre. Watch this space for photos of our amazing day out. Click below to find out more about the centre and what you can see there.



Science- making blood!

Science- making blood! 1 We added yellow food colouring to represent plasma
Science- making blood! 2 Cheerios represent red blood cells.
Science- making blood! 3 Marshmallows represent white blood cells.
Science- making blood! 4 Pom-poms represent the platelets.
Science- making blood! 5 We gave it a good stir.
Science- making blood! 6 Then let it soak over night.
Science- making blood! 7 Some of us felt a little queezy!
Science- making blood! 8 We enjoyed learning about the functions of blood.
Science- making blood! 9 Et Voila!