Welcome to Class 18

Miss Hughes

We are a creative and hardworking class who like to make learning fun.

Miss Hughes is our class teacher, she encourages us to try our best and listens to our ideas. We will be doing lots of exciting things this year and we are ready to take on the challenge of Year 6!

All of the Year 5 and 6 classes work closely together to ensure your child receives the best possible learning experiences. We follow a two year cycle of planning with a wonderful, exciting range of topics and activities.

Below is a brief outline of our topic for this term. We would love it if you could talk to your child about their topic and find out more about what they've been learning.

Summer Term

Our topic this term is about diversity. We decided to call our topic 'You're your own work of art... Dare to be different'. Alongside other areas of the curriculum, we will be developing our literacy, numeracy and digital skills throughout the topic.


This term we will be covering a range of mathematical skills including: angles, triangles, parallelograms and rhombuses. We will also being using Maths throughout other areas of the curriculum each week.


This term we will be focusing on story writing and developing our creative writing skills. This links to the Creative Project that has been happening in school this year.


This term we will be learning about plants.


Homework will always support our learning in class and will be set on a Friday and needs to be returned by the following Wednesday.


P.E takes place every Friday afternoon. Please ensure your child has a full P.E kit with them in school.  P.E. kits need to be left in school every day and can be taken home at the end of a half term.


Within PPA sessions this term on a Thursday afternoon, the children will have opportunities to enrich their curriculum with a variety of activities. This will include:

  • Sports with various sports coaches
  • Swimming
  • Singing with Vocalize
  • Modern Foreign Language – French
  • A community project
  • Welsh

Curriculum for Wales 2022

As we are starting to prepare for the new curriculum in 2022, Pupil Voice is extremely important in Class 18.  Children will be given the opportunity to suggest ways to learn and what they would like to learn throughout the curriculum. This term some lessons will be taught for longer periods of time, not just for an hour a week.