Welcome to Year 6, the year that is packed with fun, learning, exciting opportunities and challenges that you're sure to grasp, embrace and take on!
To help you on your journey, this year group features:
Take your seat, buckle up and let's go...
A few helpful tips to start:
Our 'Virtual' Wiggly, Waggly Wall of Wonderful Work!
Art Project - Galapagos Animals
Friday 15th January
TUESDAY 1st DECEMBER
We are very grateful to a past member of staff, who has kindly donated a whole host of replicated artefacts relating to the Second World War, to Year 6.
Today we were able to explore, investigate, read and make our own observations on this amazing collection.
These include replicated newspapers, letters, ration books, information leaflets and photographs (to name but a few).
Watch this space to find out more about our exploritive history session...
The Heart and The Human Circulatory
By Connie, Lola, Anya and Heidi
Over the past few weeks in Science, we have been learning about and studying the heart and the human circulatory system.
To begin with, we considered our enquiry question:
Visit from our Community PCSO's
Friday 20th November
We were very excited to welcome our Police Community Service Officers into school today to coincide with Anti-Bullying Week.
They came to talk to us about the impacts of cyber bullying and how we can all keep ourselves safe online, as well as discussing things we should do if we receive unwanted or inappropriate messages via social media or text.
We also discussed the importance of being kind and taking time to stop and think before we send anything over social media or text that could have a negative impact on others.
Wear Your Odd Socks
Friday 20th November
We have had a great week looking at and discussing ways in which we can all 'STAND TOGETHER' against bullying.
Our theme was linking the idea that we all play a part in treating others with kindness, respect and understanding, regardless of our differences.
In fact, we know it is all about celebrating difference and recognising that we are all unique individuals.
We have created our own hand print where we have chosen our five trusted friends and trusted adults who we could talk to if we were having any difficulties in school or even outside of school.
The week has culminated in a crescendo of odd socks to represent difference and uniqueness, while, at the same time, being the same and equal.
Even Westie wore his odd socks to celebrate difference!