‘Learning together, Playing together, Praying together’
We are going to have a fantastic year, in Year 6! We have so much to look forward to and with some hard work and determination, we will achieve everything we dream of!
Important dates and information
The children will need their PE kit every Wednesday, for PE with Mr O'Neil
SATs Week 2019 - SATs week starts on Monday 13th May 2018 and ends on Thursday 16th May 2018 (please do not book any holidays for this week, thank you!)
Out of School Achievements
Our Year 6 children attend a lot of out of school clubs/activities. Let's celebrate their achievements!
Leah Cheadle - Leah has worked extremely hard practising her routine for her next gymnastics show and received an award for this - Well Done Leah!
Jorja Sample - Jorja came second in with her dance troop competition that took place in Blackpool. She won a HUGE trophy - Well Done Jorja!
Aaron Canning and Adam Clark - The boys play rugby every week and have shown real dedication and talent in the game, frequently winning games - Well Done Aaron and Adam!
Above is a link to the Year 5 and 6 vocabulary list - please learn these spellings so you are able to use them in your fantastic writing!
Here are our wonderful: Head Boy, Head Girl, Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl.
They are a real credit to the school and help out the other children on a day to day basis.
They have begun showing visitors around school and explaining to them how brilliant we are!
In Year 6, we have been studying some classic texts.
We are exploring: Alice in Wonderland, Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Oliver Twist, The Old Curiosity Shop, The Wizard of Oz and Peter Pan.
Here are some photos of the fantastic work we are doing.
Our topic this term is American West. We have been looking in depth at how America looked at this time and the important tribes/people involved with the gold rush and the various different battles.
We created a giant map of America in the 1700 and 1800's. We split the country into the different territories so we could understand how difficult it must have been for people to travel across the country.