Primary School

Relationships. Wellbeing. Achievement.

Year 6

Cathays High School

For those of you attending Cathays High School in September, please find a link to a virtual tour of the school below and a quiz to go with it.

This animation has been created by a Cathays High School Year 10 pupil.

Fitzalan High School

For those of you attending Fitzalan High School in September, please visit the Year 7 transition page by following the link below and explore the information with your families. 


By clicking the globe icon at the top of the page, you can choose to read the information in different languages. 


Information packs will be emailed to parents over the next week.


Urgent - Book Recommendation Videos

We still need your book recommendation videos as we have only had a handful shared with us.


It doesn't need to be long - around 30 seconds is fine. Simply recommend a book that you have really enjoyed reading - explain briefly why you like it and maybe what it is about.


Please upload these to your Hwb Onedrive and share with Mr. McInnes.


Live Stream Reading Sessions

Don't forget the live stream story times on the Lansdowne Library Facebook page this week. This is a chance for both classes to finish their current class books. You can find a timetable below. 

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Some parents have asked if spelling lists can be made available so we will upload these every Monday. They can be found in the literacy/topic section at the bottom of the page. 

All books from Firefly Press are currently only £1.99 across all e-reader platforms (including kindle.) This includes books by Eloise Williams and Jennifer Killick'new book, Crater Lake. A fantastic opportunity to read some fantastic books! 


Please find below the work for your child to complete at home during the school closure period.


Please email your child's teacher if you need log in details.

  • Each day children need to read for at least 15 minutes. This needs to be done on bug club (   so we can closely monitor children’s progress in reading responses. Reading their own book for pleasure is also recommended.
  • Each day children need to complete at least 15 minutes of mental maths activities on either sumdog ( or top marks (
  • A minimum of 2 weekly tasks will be updated on the school website linked to our current topics (English/Topic section below) or recapping previous learning.  Please visit the homework section regularly for instructions of task and deadlines for each activity. Maths activities will be uploaded regularly below. Work should be submitted by email for marking via HWB. Any questions regarding the tasks can be emailed to either Mrs Charles ( or Mr McInnes (
  • Each day children to do at least 1 thing to help a parent/guardian around the house e.g. cooking, cleaning, reading with a sibling.
  • Each day children to do at least 1 thing they enjoy (other than electronics) e.g. draw a picture, paint, play a musical instrument, play a board game, build a sculpture using Lego.
  • During the time children are off they should learn a new skill e.g. how to cook a certain dish, how to sew, how to fix something.
  • Children will have opportunity to feed back their new skills once school reopens.

Follow us on Twitter:


Mr. McInnes - @mrmaclps

Mrs. Charles - @ncharles_lps

Bug Club school code: hkcj

Maths Curriculum Document

English Curriculum Document