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SUMMER TERM 2 PE DAYS: Mondays and Thursdays

Week Beginning 22nd May

We have had NSPCC assemblies this week, and reminded ourselves who we can speak to and also how to remeber the childline number 0800 11 11 by using our hands.

Our Titanium work in English saw us writing newspaper reports, and in Maths we have been all about statistics.

Our summer show is coming along nicely and we have allocated parts which we are going to learn over the holidays - ready to get started on blocking it out straight after the hols.

The summer sun is finally showing us a happy smile! I hope you all have a wonderful break and well-deserved break, ready for the crazy rollercoaster that is the last term of Year 6 :-)

Week Beginning 15th May

Oldfield Brow has been celebrating all things Coronation this week - looking particularly how our country has changed since the coronation of the Queen in the 1950's.  Each year group focused on a particular decade and Year 6 were lucky enough to get the 50's. We have discovered all sorts of fascinating things about how society changed in the post war years: how the lack of rationing and increased wealth led to consumerism; how advancements such as the washing machine and TV changed leisure time; how women were encouraged to go back into the home after filling the roles of men during the war years (a very interesting debate!); how music was changing beyond recognition, 'teenagers' and Hollywood icons arrived; the terror of the cold war; changing face of society as travel and immigration increased, and the joy of an inside toilet!

Today was 'Street Party' day - and despite the rain, we had a terrific time on bouncy castles which also celebrated the hard work done by all during SATs week.  We partied in the hall - putting our 'Hand Jive' skills to the test and singing along to a lot of the 50's classics we've been introduced to this week.  The sun shone long enough for us use the outdoor inflatables too, and we had a special 'Coronation' themed picnic in the hall.  An ice-cream van visited school and even after all that, the children were brave enough  to try teacher-made Coronation Chicken/Quorn sandwiches.



Week Beginning 9th May - SATs Week

It is Bank Holiday Monday as I type this. I'm sure there are many of you out there, with thoughts of the next few days whirling around in your head.  

You've done the hard work, you've put in the hours! Miss Burney and I are so proud of every single one of you.

You've got this! :-)

See you all tomorrow - Mrs B x

Week beginning 2nd May

What an unusual week!   Year 6 have had the run of the place for 2 days this week, and have worked very hard on perfecting their skills for the upcoming SATs.  We have also been looking at the artwork of John Singer Sargent, in particular his piece 'Gassed'.  The class were extremely respectful and very organised when they worked in their drama groups to recreate the image.  

On behalf of the Year 6 team, have a wonderful, relaxing weekend and we look forward to seeing you next week.  You have all worked so hard this year. Well done everyone, we're all really proud of you!

Week beginning 24th April 

As I look out of our 2nd floor window, the tree in the playground is bursting into blossom.  Spring truely is a beautiful time of the year.

This week will see the next teachers' strike take place, but Year 6 will be in school as normal.  Supporting the children so close to SATs is our highest priority.

I just had to show you some of the wonderful art that the children created in our last lesson where we considered the painting, 'My Parents' by David Hockney.  As you can see, the children took inspiration from our discussions, and also recreated the scene themselves - so much fun!

Week beginning 17th April

Welcome back everyone! This term is traditionally the one that goes at the speed of light! We have so much to look forward to: residential, Enterprise, and of course the Summer Show.  Before all this of course, we will have SATs which all of the children have been working towards diligently throughout the school year.  I am already very proud of all of them.

We will be doing focused English reading and writing work on a terrific book called The Nowhere Emporium.  No spoilers - but bring your imagination! :-)

Week beginning 27th March

A whirlwind week!  Both the school football teams triumphed this week - the girls and boys teams came top of the league in Trafford and we couldn't have been more proud of them.  A truly exciting fixture to watch from start to finish. Well done, everyone.

We have finished all of our units for this half term now - our bread is mouldy (especially those we have found in that have moisture included!),

We have investigated global trade, import and export and reasons for developed and under developed countries trading in the goods they do.  We have considered the views of Humanists and Christians, and their values agree and differ. We have used what we have learnt to consider peace, what it means to us and how it can be achieved on a personal level and also world wide.  

Have a wonderful Easter break, and we look forward to seeing you in the Summer term!

Week beginning 20th March

Assessment week is upon us which means there are only 2 weeks left of this half term.  Time is definitely progressing, as lsigns of spring are all around and ots of beautiful flowers are showing their faces to the sun.

We are super proud of the members of the girls football team in our class - the team came top of their league last night - well done, girls!

Here are some of the lovely posters the children have created to remind themselves of the number of days in each month.  We are really trying to commit this poem to memory and will be performing it individually throughout the week.  Please help us by being an audience at home :-)

Week beginning 13th March

Today saw the culminations of weeks of preparation for our Pupil Parliament candidates.  We had 6 children who put themselves forward for the role and today, across the school, children voted (in proper voting booths) for their preferred candidate.

Congratulations to Stanley who was voted representative for 6KB.  Here are all the candidates for 6KB and our very own  ballot box!

It has been a shorter than usual week but we still managed to create some lovely writing for our flash back work with The Piano, and some glorious art for cards to celebrate this Sunday.

In RE we have been continuing looking at 'What matters to Humanists and Christians', and the similarities and differences of these two sets of beliefs.  

Week beginning 6th March

March is supposed to come in like a lion, and go out like a lamb (any excuse to squeeze similies in!) but I can't remember weather like this in the middle before! Brrrrrrrr.  Despite the chilly temperatures, we've still stayed red hot on our learning this week.  

In English, we have been looking at The Piano. A beautiful, wordless short film that has given us lots of scope for investigating flashback, and how to build beautiful sentences.

'Sitting quietly, the bald, wrinkled man played a soft tune, hitting his fingers on the keyboard.  He faultlessly played on, playing - playing and playing' - Antoni

'The elderly man, wise with memories, played the old piano' - Jamie

'The man, whose memories were flooding back to him, sat at the piano'  and 'The man sat at the piano: his legs couldn't hold him anymore' - Rosie

In Science, we are continuing our work on classification and have been learning about Carl Linneaus.  We made up some really funny Mnemonics to help us remember the levels of classification.

In Maths, we have completed our unit on percentages, fractions and decimals and are really good and converting between them to solve tricky problems - especially when we use a bar model to help us :-)

We have also been able to welcome parents and carers into our classroom for Parents Evening appointments. It was wonderful to spend time with you all, and share the fantastic progress your children are making.

Week beginning 27th February

It's all about Book Week this week.  Our shared school text is 'The Lost Happy Endings' by Carol Ann Duffy.  We have been using it for our writing and reading stimulus.  In writing, we have been focussing on setting description and character, ready for when we take up the 'golden pen' and create our own happy ending later in the week.

We welcomed parents into our classroom on Tuesday to share our book buzz. We reminded ourselves what it means to infer and deduce from the text.  If we get confused, we just remind ourselves of the picture of the little toddlers feet and upside down ice-cream cone.  Ask us to explain this :-)

Thursday was officially World Book Day - people across the land are arriving at school dressed in all manner of crazy costumes to celebrate the impact of learning, and power of stories.  6KB was no exception - check out how glorious our class looked today!

Week beginning 20th February

Hello everyone, and welcome back to our second part of Spring Term.  We have started a poetry unit on The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes today, the children has really embraced the atmosphere of the piece already.

PE was very good fun.  We are going to be working with gymnastics, and considering movement, and linked movement to transport us.  We began by looking at different types of rolls. The egg roll was a new one on Mrs Brownsell, as was the Teddy Bear roll - do you know what they are ? Ask us if you're not sure :-)  We did more traditional rolls as well like the pencil, dish and the straight forward - forward roll.  Mrs B remembers being able to stand up at the end of one of those many moons ago.  Despite lots of encouragement from the children and 3 valient attempts, it was just not happening today. Any parents want to join her on the challenge of being able to do this by the end of our gymnastics unit ? :-)

We are also learning basketball in our outdoor session. Tom is teaching us lots of techniques about dribbling. We know not to double dribble and that if we hold the ball with 2 hands our turn will be over.


Week beginning 6th February.

As we come up to the end of this half term we will be consolidating our learning for Crime and Punishment: How different is the justice system today to that hundreds of years ago?; Which do we think is better?; Is our jistice system effective?

We are looking forward to playing some competitive dodgeball games to put all our learning into play, and it will be great fun to watch all the different Hakka based creations.

In English we are going be creating a piece of writing that we will write from a different perspective.  There will be lots of opportunities to add tension, compare and contrast how characters behave and also all of the different grammar techniques we have been practising.  Ask us to explain what the passive voice is!

Maths sees us continuing our work on fractions, decimals and percentages and in Science we will decide the fate of the Sticky Dogs - their future is in our hands!

We finished our Hakka topic in PE and gave reviews and feedback to our peers as we watched the different groups perform their adaptations. As a final celebration we performed a whole class Hakka - did you see us on Twitter?

We have been connecting as well, as part of Children's Mental Health Week - we played connection Bingo in the class (to get to know things about each other) and took part in a mass whole school dance in the hall with Mr Cash.

Tuesday was Internet Safety Day - we are ahead of the game as have covered this topic in depth already. Here is some of the work we have done.

Also on Tuesday, we enjoyed our Science with Cabbage workshop.  Here we are learning about acids and alkalis. We also enjoyed experiments where we saw how properties change (we particularly liked the polystyrene cup and nail varnish remover) and how gases and liquids change under the influence of heat and cold.

Week beginning 30th January

We have been super busy doing our end of term assessments this week. We have also been looking at conversions between fractions and decimals in Maths, and examining why punishments were getting so much harder in History.  Our dodgeball skills are getting finely tuned now and we have been developing our own Hakka dances incorporating direction and space.  Art was brilliant (although a little scary for Mrs Brownsell and Miss Vickers) as we were using craft knives to cut out our stencils based on our theme of Street Art.  We then used both the stencil and the cutout to create prints in reverse.

Friday afternoon was such a lot of fun.  We had another Ms Timson from Year 4 come to read to us, while Mrs Brownsell read to Year 3 as an alternative Reading Buddy activity, and after that we enjoyed the Year 5 assembly.  The afternoon was rounded off nicely with a roaring game of The Pirate Game.  Have a lovely weekend, everyone!

Week beginning 23rd January

This week in English we have been looking at persuasive writing techniques, and applying AFOREST to our writing. Ask us what that is and how it has helped us improve our writing !

Pupils from both Year 6 classes took part in an inter-school Dodgeball tournament on Friday.  I was so proud of them.  They showed an excellent amount of honesty and team playing - well done, folks!


Week beginning 16th January

Science was so much fun this week - we metamorphosised into finches!  As part of our work on evolution, we considered what made some species of finches more successful than others, particularly considering their environment and diet.   Our experiment involved using a variety of food, and different types of 'beaks' and a fair experiment to test which was the most effective.  For example, we discovered that cocktail sticks ( a very sharply pointed narrow beak) is much more suitable to picking up lentils than a large scoop shaped beak.

Brrrrr winter has certainly made itself known this week.  Thursday saw a lot (for Manchester!) of snow arrive. Year 6 had so much fun playing in the snow, we just had to share some pictures.

We are very proud of our co-year 6 class this week. Mr Butler's class have shown their class assembly today. Great job, guys! Well done!

Sunday 22nd January will be the Lunar New Year, and officially the Year of the Rabbit. To celebrate, and learn about the custom we sang a traditional song, reminded ourselves of the story of the Jade Emperor's animal race and created origami rabbits. 



Week beginning 9th January

Phew, the Hakka is like an aerobic workout!  We have been learning about the history of the Hakka, and also how to perform it.  It was our first lesson today and we have had a good try at learning the words and movements. 

Maths is now looking at co-ordinates and we are using not just one quadrant, but four!

We are well into our Holes topic in English as well.  Everyone is really enjoying the opportunity to highlight their own book while looking for grammar features.  It is such a quick (and easily reviewable) way to see different features.  We worked very hard on our simple, complex and compound sentences this week, as well as really getting to grips with the personalities of some of the characters we have met.

We researched Charles Darwin as part of our Evolution topic in Science.  We have created some really lovely information posters.

What we thought about graffitti raised some very interesting ideas in Art. It is a tricky problem, trying to decide what is art and what is not.  One thing we all agreed on was that we wouldn't want someone doing on the side of our home!

Week beginning 3rd January

Happy New Year everyone!

It really is a new year, as we have a new Head Teacher. Welcome, Mr Cash! We have been delighted to see him pop into our classroom on lots of occassions so see what we we are up to, and some of us took our completed RE work to him as well as it was presented so beautifully.

Even though we have only been back for a few days - it has felt like we have crammed a huge amount in already.  There has been some absolutely beautiful figurative language used in our 'Lighthouse' work, and in Maths we have been working very hard on fractions.  We have been multiplying and dividing them, and using whole numbers as well.

History may well be a little horrible this term :-) We are looking at Crime and Punishment over the last 800 years.  I think it is safe to say that I am glad I live now, and not back then!

We have begun our discovery work on Charles Darwin as well, linking comprehension pieces with our topic: Evolution.

We had a our first PE lesson of the year on Thursday, and enjoyed an indoor session of dodgeball for a treat (this will normally be outside). We really got to grips with 'low, fast and accurate', and had great fun playing a version of ring-a-roses where we had to protect a teammate and save the bid! Our class was amazing and so mature about taking part in a fast paced game.  Superstars!


From next week, there will be a slight change to our homework schedule. We will be sending home on Thursdays a reading comprehension book, one activity to be done that night, handed in on Friday.

Week beginning 12th December

Wow - whirlwind week!  We have created some amazing sewing, made some beautiful mindful art, written fantastic poems using our senses, personification and a range of figurative language.  Despite the fact it has been icy, we have managed to get out onto the Daily Mile track ( for a walk, not run),have watched a film and even managed a crazy Pirate game based on Christmas.  On behalf of myself, Miss Vickers and Miss Burney, thank you so much for the very kind gifts and cards which have been sent in.  They are truly appreciated.

 As a class present, I have adopted an animal on behalf of the children.  We researched the various animals that the WWF support and the children voted for which animal they would like to adopt.  It was interesting to see the wide variety of animals the children were interested in, but they finally decided upon the panda - just look at those eyes, gorgeous! (Although I am not tempted by the bamboo).  We can't wait to find out more from the fact files they will send us.

We have not set homework over the holidays, apart from the usual daily reading (to contribute to a Reading Rivers poster - see letter emailed home) and practise of times tables (eg Times Tables Rockstars) and a dip into Read Theory. 

In Maths next term, we will be continuing our Fractions unit when we return - the children have made excellent progress in this, testimony to the progress made as we have used it as part of our Daily Arithmetic since September.  We will then have a unit on co-ordinates, which will be an absolute doddle as some absolutely terrific seasonal themed co-ordinates work has been completed this week - do ask us which we created so we can describe them to you.

Science will see us delving deeper in the theories of Evolution, and we will get acquainted with Charles Darwin, with our Reading being linked to Science as we consider elements of 'Where the World Turns Wild', by Nicola Penfold.

"It is not the strongest of the species that survives, not the most intelligent that survives.  It is the one that is most adaptable to change." - Charles Darwin

We also have the very exciting 'Science With Cabbage' all day workshop coming up, as described in our Curriculum evening presentation.  The children love the hands-on experiments of this session as they learn about acids and alkalis, changes in molecular structure, and how they can prove or disprove their theories with their own personal experiments.  (further details to follow shortly).

From the whole team, can we wish you a very festive season, with much fun and laughter, and a very happy and healthy New Year.  See you in 2023 !


Week beginning 5th December

We are very much enjoying our chocolate advent calendar treats this week - the pot of destiny yields 2 lucky door openers a day :-)

We have enjoyed Christmas dinner day on Wednesday, and lots of us chose to come in in super snuggly Christmas jumpers to help support Save the Children on Thursday.

Thursday was lots of fun - we had our workshop with Animation Nation.  There are now 6 super short films in existence that really showcase our stop motion animation skills.


It was also our last Tag Rugby session this Friday with Rei of Sale Sharks.  We have had so much fun and learnt such a lot.  Rei was so proud of us to as she said that we didnt moan (about stinky vests or anything else) and that we worked really hard as a team.  Thank you for our Christmas presents too, Sale Sharks :-)

Week beginning 28th November

It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas!  Year 6 arrived en masse at Leverett Close THT today to sing Christmas songs to some of the residents.  We could not be more proud of them - their behaviour was exactly what we would expect from the oldest children in the school - and the residents thoroughly enjoyed having them to visit. There were traditional songs, modern favourites, stunning solo performances and a very rousing 12 Days of Christmas to finish.  A terrific sing-a-long was had by all!

Week beginning 21st November

Year 6 enjoyed a wonderful trip this week. We visited The Lowry, and took part in a workshop where we had the opportunity to view the work of Lowry and then use the inspiration we gained in some work of our own. It turned out to be an extra special visit as 'Going to the Match' - a very special piece of Lowry's work was coming come to the gallery. It used to be displayed there, was sold, and has now been returned. It was only supposed to be on display to the public from Friday but we were granted a viewing after the press had finished their meeting. What a treat!

Week beginning 14th November

We have started working on fractions this week - and how better to remember how to find equivalent fractions, than to pretend to be Elivis and sing 'The Fraction House Rock'!

We are also launching our Book Buzz padlett - this will take the place of a Reading Record and all the information is held in our Documents section of this webpage.

We have had a lot of fun for Children In Need today.  Despite heroic endeavours by the valiant Mr Butler, lots of our Year 6ers got shots on goal in our Children in Need penalty shoot out. A fabulous time had by all, and a sweet treat as well :-)

Week beginning 7th November

The children created a beautifully poignant display of poppy work, which was proudly displayed for all to see in the corridor along the side of the hall.  Media including tissue paper, black and white photos and oil pastels were used, and the results were stunning.

Thank you so much to @AltrinchamBID
 and our artist, Steve who came in and helped children from our Year 6 classes create some spectacular lanterns. We can’t wait for the parade on the 19th November. See you there!


Here we are 1/6 of the way through our year!  Just a quick note to say how proud we all are of our Year 6 children.  The year is marching on: leaves are changing colour, mornings are darker, so are nights, and our pupils are growing and changing super-fast as well.  You are becoming amazing young adults who are wearing the Year 6 badge brilliantly.  Have a wonderful, restful and safe half-term break, and we will see you all, bright and breezy, for the craziness that is AUTUMN 2!   Take care all :-)

21.10.22 - Half-Term Sponsored Read

To celebrate and encourage a lifelong love of reading at home and school, we are running a sponsored read over half term 22/10/22-30/10/22. 
The project is being organised in conjunction with our local Usborne Partner, and all the money raised will go towards brand new books for our school. In addition to the sponsorship money, Usborne will also donate up to 60% of the total raised in EXTRA FREE BOOKS to the school. So, for every £600 raised, we will get an extra £360 in FREE Usborne books! 
We always aim to beat our last year’s target which was £1000 in sponsor money with Usborne donating an additional £600 of books for free if our target is met. This will give us a total of £1600 to spend on new books and resources for our children. 
Please help us to enhance our reading resources for pupils by encouraging your child to spend a small amount of time each day either reading to themselves, to others, or being read to. They can read books, comics, magazines, newspapers, menus, websites, recipes, poems, leaflets, instructions – anything with words!  For younger children in EYFS they can listen to the adult read their books and that still counts. 
The class who have the most recorded minutes will win an extra free book and a small treat! All children will receive a certificate for taking part. 
If you are able to support our sponsored read, please find on the reverse a sponsorship form and an extra reading log for your child if they wish to use it to record their reading.  Please send any money in a named envelope with the class name and the amount raised alongside the forms by Friday 4th November. 

Monday 17th October 

We cannot believe how quickly Autumn 1 has gone so far! This week marks the last week before half-term. We could not be prouder of the effort the children have put in already this year. We have been busy writing our Myths in our English work, measuring heart rate in Science and we have started learning about L.S.Lowry as part of our Art work. Keep posted for more update this week! Year 6 have also been created desgins for the Zombie Primary School event. See emails for more information :) 



We have also had our last yoga session this week - everyone has made huge improvements in their technique and balance.  Making even a little time each day to be aware of yourself and the space around you is invaluable. As we get older, the world wants more and more of us, it is a good habit to remember to pause and think. :-)

We worked in teams to day to really push ourselves and our aeroplane balance - it was such a lot of fun! 

Friday saw some very strange, weird and wonderful creatures wandering around Oldfield Brow. Halloween came early, and brought a fantastic sense of fun to 6KB.


It also linked quite nicely to our Science as well - we learnt about the components of blood, and even made our own.  No Cheerios or marshmallows were hurt in the production of this blood, (they were at least 4 years old as have been part of this activity many times, no-one was tempted to taste oddly enough!!).


Week Beginning 6th October 2022

Tuesday was International Day of the Girl child. This is a day to create awareness and support young girls around the world who do not have the same opportunities as we do.  We shared an assembly with KS2 to find out more about this day, and during class we discovered more about Greta Thunberg.  She is an inspirational young woman who has taught us that courage of our convictions will take us a long way, and that to lead others, we have to know where we want to go!

We began our week with some very refreshing yoga! It was lovely to feel the breeze on our faces, and get a real sense of the world around us.

Our English work this week has been centred on our class book, 'Orphans of the Tide' by Straun Murray.  It is a story that is unlike anything the children have read before and I am delighted to say how much they are enjoying it.  There have been some outstanding flashback sequences created this week, and the vocabulary has been ambitious and engaging. Great work, Year 6!

Week Beginning 26th September 2022

Monday was International Languages day, and our classroom was a riot of colour.  We enjoyed croissants, admired each others costumes and had a go at some really tricky tongue twisters!

Combien de sous sont ces saucissons-ci? Ces saucissons-ci sont six sous (French): “How much are these sausages here? These sausages here are six cents”.

Zwei schwarze schleimige Schlangen sitzen zwischen zwei spitzen Steinen und zischen (German): “Two black slimy snakes sit between two pointed stones and hiss”.

We have been incredibly busy this week, making sure our showing assembly is top notch!  We have a little bit of everything: drama to show respect; demonstrations of our PE; examples from our writing; as well as a very rousing tune about personification to share with you.

That's it! We've done it!  6KB knocked the ball out of the park and I couldn't be more proud of them all.  The words were so clear and said with expression, and I think everyone really enjoyed the children's singing.  Miss Pritchard loved it so much she asked us to play it again at the end!  Well done, all of you :-)


Week Beginning 20th September 2022

We have really enjoyed getting to use lots of figurative language this week (ask us to find the personification song on YouTube and sing along with us!).  We have put type we have revised into a piece of writing based on The Catch: a magical short animation clip.

Sport has been all about lacrosse this week, and has seen us pick up lots of new skills.

We have our class assembly next Friday and are really looking forward to welcoming you there at 2.15pm.

Week Beginning 12th September 2022

Today we have started our PE subject for the term - Yoga! What a lot of fun (and funny shapes) we had, and everyone enjoyed the calming meditation at the end.

It is also a time of celebration for some of our families.  Mid-Autumn Festival, Zhongqiu Jie (中秋节) in Chinese, is also called the Moon Festival or the Mooncake Festival. It is the second most important festival in China after Chinese New Year.  In China, Mid-Autumn Festival is a celebration of the rice harvest and many fruits. Ceremonies are held both to give thanks for the harvest and to encourage the harvest-giving light to return again in the coming year.  It is also a reunion time for families, a little like Thanksgiving. Chinese people celebrate it by gathering for dinners, worshiping the moon, lighting paper lanterns, eating mooncakes, etc. (I got to try one for the first time this year, and it was absolutely delicious! What a lovely treat, thank you, Kayley!)

We have learnt a lot about figurative language in English, and created some extremely entertaining poems in the style of Ted Hughes.

In English, we are consolidating our knowledge of place value up to 1,000,000.  On Friday, we had a real treat - MediaCubs came in to give us a taste of what it is like to be both behind and in-front of a camera, which a news report is going on.  Hopefully an afterschool club to support the interest that was shown will be offered shortly - watch this space!

Please find attached in the 'Documents section' the Year 6 Homework Diary for each day. We are aware that some of the children may be prepping for 11+ exams and that they may not have time to complete the homework set. If this is the case for your child then we completely understand but please just let us know either by email or by writing a note. If there is also any other reason for your child not being able to complete their homework, again just please let us know by email or by writing a note. Please keep checking the homework each week diary as some activities may slightly change. My email is Year6KB@oldfield-brow.com 

Week Beginning 7th September 2022

Welcome everyone to the brand new class of 2022-23!

It has been a fabulous week already. A huge congratulations to all members of Year 6, you have come back to school with such a positive attitude, and are showing your eagerness to learn so clearly.  We are very proud of you already!

A very exciting Art competition is already in place - the 'Oldfield Brow Crest Competition' is offering our children to chance to go down in history, as a designer of the new school House badges. The school is looking to place greater importance on our team houses and our values, both as part of each house and as part of our whole school.  (Please see the powerpoint and templates in our Downloads section for further details).

The children also really enjoyed making a new friend in their Reading Buddy from Year 3.  

Have a wonderful weekend all, see you on Monday :-)

September 2022

The Year 6 team can't wait to get to know you all.  We have so many exciting topics and subjects to cover in our curriculum, and some very exciting workshops along the way as well.  We know you are going to really enjoy it!

Just think, you will not only be the top of the school in school years, but top of the school in floors as well - get ready for those stairs :-)

Enjoy the rest of the summer holidays, and we look forward to welcoming you back on Wednesday 7th September! 

Mrs Brownsell, Mr Butler and Miss Burney



PE lessons will begin on the second week back, week beginning 12/9/22. 

Mrs K Brownsell Mrs K BrownsellTeacher
Miss K Burney Miss K BurneyTeaching Assistant
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