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Class 18 - Mrs Bridger and Mrs Saunders

Hello Class 18!

We hope you are keeping safe and well! We have added an extra area to our Short Wood website. Go to Children and then scroll down to Short Woody Community Learning. You will find great photos, work and even videos! There's one of Mr Hill-Shaw and Ronnie!

Also, if you would like to email us you can! We'd love to hear how you are and maybe you'd like to share photos and work! The address is

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Mrs Bridger and Mrs Saunders.


Welcome to Class 18! smiley


Key Information



Our PE days are Monday and Thursday - children will need school PE kits with them on these days.




Homework will be given out on a Thursday and will be due back in school on a Tuesday. The tasks are designed to encourage independence and may require that the children spend a little bit of time trying to find out how to solve the questions.




We ask that all children read at home at least 3 times per week. In Year 6 this can be to themselves, but even the most able of readers will benefit from regularly reading out loud - we would encourage the children to do this as often as is possible.

Autumn Term 2019 - Is There Anybody Out There?

Autumn Topic Map - what are we covering this term?

Our Trip to Keele University

This is what we are learning this term!

Useful Links
In ICT lessons we have researched an animal using different search engines. Then we organised our report using Word. Can you research another plant or animal? Remember to classify it. Can you add pictures or sounds?

Maths Facts - scroll to the end to find the Year 6 pages!


Overall School: 96.6%

Short Wood Primary School - Aiming high, growing dreams. School is now closed - we will only be open for pupils of essential workers and vulnerable pupils. Please only bring your child to school if you have NO OTHER option for childcare provision, keep your children at home if possible as this is the best way to prevent the spread of the virus. Thank you.