Our class Christian values are Justice and Endurance.
Our topic this half term is
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Important information for Year 6s
If you intend to allow your child to walk home on their own or leave the classroom on their own to meet you at the gate, we must have written permission. Forms are outside the School Office.
I understand that as children get older and more independent they are more likely to keep a mobile phone on their person for safety and security. Phones should be taken to the School Office at the start of the day and collected at the end. If children keep their phone in their bag, it is their responsibility if it gets damaged or lost. If I hear a phone going off or see it in class, it will be taken from them and kept til the end of the day. For more information and a permission slip, please see our Mobile Phone policy
Age related expectations
To find out more about what your child should be able to do by the end of their year in Year 6 please click here - Year 6 national end of year, age related expectations.
We've been to the Globe Theatre to learn more about Shakespeare and his plays
Year 6 went to Highgate Woods and created some landscape art based on a school value. Their artwork was inspired by the work of Andy Goldsworthy who only works in natural landscapes and with natural materials. Like the artist, the children had to adapt their ideas and efforts depending on the materials they found in the woods. The finished products were quite stunning! However, what was even more impressive was their ability to work in teams, listen and support each other and eloquently reflect on their efforts. As Lucas said’ We have all been able to pull together as one great team!’ Here are some of the images and accompanying comments! Mrs P Brady. For more information take a look here.
Our trip to the British Museum to see the Benin exhibits
Our residential school trip to Pendarren
If you're looking for inspiration on what book to read next, here are some suggestions from Mrs Moore