CLICK HERE for information about our residential to Laches Wood in June 2022

We hope that you and your children have had a very enjoyable Easter break, and we would like to welcome the children back, ready for the summer term.

The summer term is always an enjoyable term for children in Year 6 with the final few months of primary school before they transition to secondary school.

In our science work, we will continue to look at Living things and their habitats.

Topic this term is particularly exciting as our theme is Global Warning. This theme will look cover a range of skills and incorporates several areas of the curriculum including; History, Geography, Art and Computing.

English and Mathematics will continue to be taught daily and focus on key writing skills and mathematical calculations.

Please can we remember that no jewellery should be worn in school with the exception of stud earrings, and in line with Health and Safety guidelines these should not be worn on PE days, Children may be asked to remove earrings before PE sessions.

Year 6 PE sessions are:

Tuesdays and Thursdays

Please ensure that children have the correct PE kit in school at all times; PE kits can be purchased from the school office. Can we also remind parents that children will need pumps included in their indoor PE kit and trainers included in their outdoor PE kits.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact school.

We anticipate a busy and exciting term ahead and we thank you in anticipation of your continued support.

 Mrs Preece

November 2021

 

CLICK HERE for a practise and revision guide for Spelling, Grammar and Vocabulary. 

November 2020

Children worked hard designing their chocolate bar packaging. First, they thought of a target audience, a brand name and ingredients.

They will then be creating their own chocolate bar which will go inside - more photos to follow!

 

  

 

 

 

 

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YEAR 6 LEAVERS 2020

January 2020

Class 6 tested if the number of bulbs and batteries effect the brightness of a bulb.
The children thoroughly enjoyed planning and conducting their own experiment and explaining their findings.