Welcome to Redwood Class

Welcome to Redwood Class. Our class consists of 33 enthusiastic, aspirational and hard-working Year 6 children. The teaching team this year is Mr Hancock and Mrs Evans-Isaac.                                    


Learning in Redwood Class is stimulating, rewarding and inclusive of all children’s learning needs and requirements. Our main aim is to encourage each other and build each other up to achieve our own individual full potential. We respect our school’s Golden Rules and, as we are at the top of the school, we aim to be good role models for each other and our younger peers.

In Redwood Class, we enjoy working collaboratively with our peers, sharing our ideas and learning from each other. We value everyone’s voice and are accepting of our differences – celebrating what makes us special and unique.

We cover a range of exciting topics across the year, including World War 2, Ancient Greece and The Georgians in History as well as light, electricity and a range of biology topics in Science.



The children have the opportunity to participate in a range of exciting events such as Young Voices, Times Tables Rockstar day, a weeks residential trip to Mendip Activity Centre and other educational visits throughout the year.

We hope you have enjoyed finding out about Redwood Class. At Trinity, we make sure that this final year at our school is a fun and enjoyable experience for all of our children whilst also preparing them for a successful transition to their secondary schools next July.

Our Curriculum

Find out what we are learning about this year: Year 6 Curriculum Overview

Things to remember…

  • PE lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday, but PE kits should be in school all week.

  • Outdoor learning takes place on a Thursday; wellies and waterproof clothing are required in school.

  • Spellings and Doodle Maths homework are set each week and need to be completed by the following Monday.

  • Children should be reading for 20 minutes per night (independently or with an adult) and this is to be recorded in reading records.