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  • 13/01/20

    Exploring new ways to show our learning!

    In Year 6 we are becoming more creative with our learning. Last half term we began creating ‘Double page spreads’ at the end of our unit in Science and Geography to capture what we have learnt. In Science, we have studying ‘Light’ and we have completed various experiments...
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  • 07/11/19

    Roles and Responsibilties in Year 6

    Being in Year 6 means having the opportunity to demonstrate our leadership skills and help make our school a great place for all adults and children. Over the past few weeks, we have been applying for roles that we find interesting (a bit like jobs). These are: Prefects, House Captains and Play Lead...
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  • 18/09/19

    Life in Year 6 so far...

    So far in Year 6 we have learnt about the ancient Egyptians. This has been through a few subjects such as: art, geography, reading and in our English lessons. Learning about the ancient Egyptian civilisation has been fun…and messy (we are in the process of making mod-roc masks of Tutankhamun...
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  • 28/06/19

    Year 6 Residential

    Our children had an amazing time at their residential at Condover Hall, with many of them overcoming fears and pushing themselves to do things way outside of their comfort zone. Mr Dymock and the team were so proud of them and their behaviour was excellent. They did us all proud. The children who...
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  • 02/04/19

    Votes for Women!

    This half term the children have been learning all about the changing role of women through history. They have found out how women with differing social status' have experienced life through the ages: from 11th century to today. Many of the children were shocked to discover that during the...
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  • 08/02/19

    Year 6 shocked by plastic pollution.

    This half term the children in Year 6 have been learning all about rivers and the water cycle, and were shocked to discover the extent of plastic pollution in the world's rivers, seas and oceans. This led the children to think about ways in which we could  combat the problem of single...
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  • 18/12/18

    December in Year 6 by Diaz (Ennis class)

    During December we have been doing lots of Christmassy activities.  Our school was asked by Stopsley baptist church to make Christmas posters about our greatest gift to display on the estate agent's window.  We were allowed to do comic strips, poems or just pictures but I cho...
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  • 13/11/18

    Lest We Forget

    On Sunday 11th November a small group of Year 6 children made us very proud indeed. As part of the ceremony to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War 2, the children attended a special service at St Thomas' Church, and were honoured to read out the names of the fallen from St...
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  • 25/09/18

    A great start to the year!

    The Year 6 children have come back to school with an excellent attitude to learning and are being fantastic role models to the younger children. So far this term the children have been enjoying their Ancient Egypt topic and have been finding out lots of interesting (and gruesome) facts. The...
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  • 18/07/18

    Goodbye Class of 2018

    Well the time of year has come for us to say goodbye and good luck to an extraordinary group of of children. It has been an action-packed last few weeks with residential trips, transition days, performances, discos and assemblies. I'm sure you'll agree that the children have all earned...
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  • 22/06/18

    Condover Hall Delay

    Condover Hall trip now due back at 7:30pm due to M1 closure, a coach delay and other situations beyond our control. We are very sorry for the inconvenience caused. The children are all happy, safe and well.
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  • 22/06/18

    Condover Hall

    The children have had a great last day at Condover Hall but unfortunately their return to school has been delayed. Due to the coach breaking down on route to Shropshire, we are now not being picked up until 2:30pm. The group are therefore not due back to school until approximately 5:30pm. Pleas...
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