Our Year 6 class teachers:  Miss Steele and Miss Clifton (Assistant Head and Upper KS2 leader) Mrs Preece

Teaching assistants: Mrs Wolfe

Miss Clifton : Assistant Head / Phase Leader Years 5 & 6

Miss Clifton

Assistant Head / Phase Leader Years 5 & 6

My passion for education has taken me around the world, teaching in South Africa and India. Now 8 years into my career, I love how teaching allows me to contribute towards each child's journey. Outside of school, I am usually found training in the gym, walking my dog or travelling.

Mrs Preece : Year 6 Teacher - 6AP

Mrs Preece

Year 6 Teacher - 6AP

This is my 8th year teaching at Webheath. I enjoy teaching maths and geography as there is always something new to learn! At the weekends, I'm often found watching my son play rugby or following his favourite football team.

Miss Steele : Year 6 Teacher - 6SS

Miss Steele

Year 6 Teacher - 6SS

I am currently a year 6 class teacher at Webheath Primary. My favourite thing about teaching is finding new ways to be creative in all lessons and my favourite lessons are art & PE! When I'm not at school I enjoy spending time with all of my animals - I have a lot of pets!

Mrs Wolfe : Teaching Assistant Year 6

Mrs Wolfe

Teaching Assistant Year 6

Wrap Around Care Practitioner

Day What?
Monday Indoor PE
Tuesday Outdoor PE
Friday Homework set and due in the following Thursday

Equipment children will require:

  • A clear pencil case
  • School style pencils
  • Blue handwriting pens (not biro)
  • 30cm ruler
  • Selection of colouring pencils
  • Glue stick
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Optional: small selection of highlighters


In KS2 we use the Accelerated Reader Computer Program to develop, manage and monitor children’s reading skills.  The children pick a book within their own ZPD range and read it at their own pace.  We allocate at least 15 minutes a day to reading their book. When finished, they will take a short quiz online in school – this helps to home in on their reading skills and give an indication that they understood what has been read. AR gives both children and teachers feedback on the children’s understanding and reading habits which the teacher then uses to help the children set targets and ongoing reading practice to ensure personal growth.

Daily ‘Book Club’ is also timetabled.  This provides opportunities for the children to work in small groups with an adult to develop reading skills and build a love of reading, and it gives an opportunity to read books of choice for pleasure.

We use high quality text to deliver our English Curriculum and focused reading lessons are taught within a sequence of learning.