Class 6

Welcome to our Class 6 Page!

I am so pleased to officially welcome you to what I hope will be one of your very best and most memorable years at Ashwood Primary School.  My name is Mr Cromer n and I will be your class teacher on your journey through year 6. Both myself and Mrs Baldwin are guiding you towards success during your final year at Ashwood. Year 6 is all about you enjoying your last year in primary school and starting secondary school as prepared as possible.

Meet your Teachers

Hi My name is Mr Comer and I am your Class Teacher.

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Mr Comer

Hello! My name is Mrs Baldwin and I am your Teaching Assistant.

You all know me well because I worked in your class when you were in Year 4. My favourite books are the Harry Potter collection – I’m definitely a Hufflepuff.

At the weekends, I love going for long walks with my family. My favourite food is pizza – yummy!

When I’m not in school, I love to travel to new places and see my friends, spend time with my family and read lots on my Kindle.

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Mrs Baldwin

Class Information

Our ClassDojo account will be updated regularly with lots of messages, dojo points and picture updates – it is important that you are engaging with this on a regular basis. Some transition activities will also be posted on there so let me know if you’re having trouble setting it up. Homework will be given weekly and will be marked in school time. At the moment, I am not sure when our PE days will be but I will let you know as soon as possible.

Your attendance this year is extremely important and is the key to your success. Please ensure you are on time, every day and ready to learn in the classroom.

Useful Links

All of the links below are brilliant resources that can be used to support pupil’s ongoing learning and revision.


Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

In Year 6, many children have access to social media accounts. The following link has some guidelines for parents regarding safety online and privacy features. There are many hidden features on social media, so it is always worth being ‘clued up’ with what your child is using and accessing.