Year 6

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Year 6 News

19 09, 2019

Girls Sports Festival

By |2019-09-19T15:22:51+01:00September 19th, 2019|Homepage Slider, Special Events, Year 6|

This week the girls went to the National Watersports Centre for a fun, sport-filled morning. We had a great time doing three different activities: rugby, a fun run and dance! The girls threw themselves into every activities and showed great determination in the run! Well done girls! [...]

15 09, 2019

By |2019-09-15T19:50:24+01:00September 15th, 2019|Year 6|

Welcome back from your summer break and welcome to Year 6! In the letter below we will outline the topics we will be covering this term and some information about life in Year 6. We invite you to an information evening that will be held on Tuesday 24th September (6:15pm in the school hall) [...]

21 07, 2019

Grease is the Word!

By |2019-07-21T20:41:17+01:00July 21st, 2019|Homepage Slider, Year 6|

Our Year 6 children have had a wonderful journey through Abbey Road and impressed a great many teachers along the way with their work ethic, team spirit and enthusiasm and they certainly showed all of these qualities and more in their end-of-year production - a version of the musical, Grease. Performing to a packed-out [...]

18 07, 2019

Hicks Lodge

By |2019-07-18T09:47:15+01:00July 18th, 2019|Homepage Slider, Sporting News, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6|

The children who come to bike club from Y4, Y5 and Y6 had a great day out at Hicks Lodge. This was the fifth year we have visited and some of the children in Y5 have been every year since they were in Y1... It's amazing how the hills get smaller as you get older; [...]

9 05, 2019

Evolution Board Games

By |2019-05-09T14:27:33+01:00May 9th, 2019|Year 6|

After spending the half term learning about the concepts of evolution and adaptation, the children created their own board games celebrating all that they had discovered. It was an open-ended task where each group were in complete control of their game. Some created games about turtles whose necks grew longer with each passing generation. [...]