Year 6 News

Learning how to budget

As part of our PHSE this term we have been learning how to be responsible with money. To do this, we played monopoly and thought carefully about our financial decisions.

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Egg-cellent investigations

Year 6 have been looking at local produce as part of their DT this half term. With chocolate easter eggs lining the shelves we decided to explore eggs as our local produce of the week. We used the codes printed on the eggs to see where they came from in the UK and we were really enjoyed looking to at …

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Y6 Reading Plus Update

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We are happy to be back!

Year 6 enjoyed seeing their friends for the first time in a long time this morning 🙂  

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The Masked Reader

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Important Information – Returning to School

Please read all documents below:   Newsletter – March 2021 Parents Letter from County Risk Assessment for Parents Holidays 2021-2022 Behaviour Addendum

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Mrs Parlett & Mr Graham’s Family Quiz

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Internet Safety Day Resources

DigiDucks Famous Friend – EYFS Story Chicken Clickin – KS1 Story Oscars Adventure – KS2 Story Mr Graham’s E-Safety Quiz Gaming – Staying Safe Online lesson Rights Respecting Assembly

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Reading Plus Update Y6

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Deforestation task

Year 6 have been learning about the devastating effects of deforestation and came up with some creative ways to put their persuasive message across to logging companies who carelessly cut away at our forests. We have speech, videos and letters. I am so proud of the effort put into these letters – I am sure David Attenborough would be too! …

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Homemade Anderson Shelters

As part of our ‘Wellness Wednesday’ afternoon and linked closely to our History, year 6 made their very own Anderson Shelters in very creative ways. We had everything from lego and books to cardboard, cakes and quilts!    

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A virtual visit to Beamish

Year 6 enjoyed a virtual visit to Beamish from home and at school to explore the life of an evacuee. We looked at propaganda used to encourage parents to keep their children safe and warnings from the Home Guard about the importance of blackouts and shelters. Year 6 asked a lot of really useful questions to further their learning.  

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Y6 Reading Plus Update

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Information for families who are remote learning

Please follow the link to a video which explains how our remote learning for Y1-Y6 pupils is organised and has some visuals that will help explain how and why we do things as well as how you can access and share your child’s work. EYFS parents have received separate information about tapestry for our Reception Class pupils. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qJWBL-zMfnDoz7p9qphY4fdpgv0lS0uC/view?usp=sharing You can …

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Y6 Reading Plus

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Year 6 Cross-Stitch

Year 6 showed great determination and perseverance when completing their cross-stitch calendars. They designed and completed it themselves (with Miss Huntley and Mrs Prest on hand to detangle thread and re-thread needles!) Well done they look amazing!

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Christmas Karaoke

As a rights respecting school we often give the children a choice in what they would like to do. On the last day of term year 6 decided they wanted a christmas karaoke. We had lots of fun singing and dancing along to some well known christmas songs.

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Christmas Quiz

Year 6 enjoyed completing a selection of Christmas Quizzes towards the end of term. The winners were Jennie and Florence. Those who finished joint last place faced up to the forfeit of tasting the brussel sprout ketchup! Well done boys, very good sports!  

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Christmas movie day

Year 6 enjoyed watching Home Alone in their pj’s with a cup of tea or hot chocolate to end a busy term.

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A Special Christmas Liturgy

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