Rosetta Primary School

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Knockbreda Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT6 0JA

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Rosetta Primary School

‘Nurturing and inspiring every child towards success.’


Welcome to Mrs Lewis' Primary Six class 

Happy New Year P.6!
We hope you had a great break.


You will find today’s work (Wednesday 6th January) below on the website. The answers to the work will be posted on the website by 3pm.


You will be able to use your new passwords for Google Classroom from tomorrow, Thursday 7th January, to access the work for the rest of this week.


There will be a pack for you to collect with the next two week’s work in it (Monday 11th - Friday 22nd January).

Keep safe,

Mrs Lewis & Mr Donaghy

Here are the answers from the work today.

Remember we will be on Google Classroom tomorrow!

This is the end of the work for Wednesday 6th January.
Please have the work completed by 3pm so you can mark your work.


We have enjoyed being back at school, meeting up with our friends, having fun and learning about our exciting topic of The Vikings.

We used the Viking runic alphabet to write our names. Can you translate our names?

We researched how the Vikings navigated the seas in Europe and beyond. We then presented this information in posters.

We had great fun making our Viking boats.  We studied Viking boat design and tried to mirror this in our own models.

Shields were an important aspect of Viking warfare. We used Google Classroom as a learning tool to assist our research. Do you like our designs?

Living in Viking times was perilous for some. We wrote poems to depict the imagery of a Viking raid.

Viking gods and goddesses were an integral aspect of Viking life. Our class novel, Arthur Quinn and The World Serpent, helped to bring this world to life.

One of our Maths topics is Shape and Space. We went shape mad - tessellation, tangrams, making polygons and creating vibrant shape art.

Through class discussions we talked about how we managed during lockdown, what we missed about school, any worries we had about returning to school and also about who could help us.