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  • 11/11/20

    Paying our respects...

    Today marked remembrance day where we paid our respects to the fallen soldiers and service people in the world war. For most of us, we took part in a 2 minute silence; however, some children in Year 6 were able to attend the memorial service in the village and were asked by the church to read out th...
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  • 15/10/20

    Maths is fun... especially when we can write on the tables!

    This week, in year 6 we have been learning about division. We used counters to represent what was happening so we could see it visually. This really helped us towards the end of the week as we moved on to long division. It was also really fun because we were able to write all over the tables instead...
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  • 01/10/20

    Welcome to Year 6

    Here is a lovely diary entry from the perspective of Elisa in Ennis Class about her time in Year 6 so far. 
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  • 30/09/20

    Access to Education

    Below is a letter from the Access to Education Team at Luton Borough Council regarding zoom Question and Answer sessions for the parents / carers of Year 6 students transferring to high school in September 2021.  
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  • 29/06/20

    Dodgeball with a twist!

    The weather was so hot last week that we decided a socially distanced game of Dodgeball (with water balloons) was necessary! It was great fun! The children showed great skills whilst the staff avoided getting soaked!!
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  • 17/06/20

    Art work by Ennis

    Check out these fantastic art pieces that children in Ennis bubble have done, inspired by World War II. Well doneto the children in Ennis bubble - they are fantastic.
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  • 10/06/20

    Year 6 Transition to High School

    Many children are now beginning to turn their thoughts to transitioning to high school in the next few months. Some children may be feeling anxious about this or keen to find out more about their new school. Normally, children would have the opportunity to go and visit their new school prior to star...
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  • 08/06/20

    A message from Mr Dymock

    Dear Bolt Class and the rest of Year 6,   I hope you are all well and I hope that those of you who went back to school last week had a good return. Although I am not in school currently, I am thinking about you all and I wish I was in front of you teaching. To those of you at home, wel...
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  • 05/06/20

    Who wants to see what we have been up to?

    This week the children in year 6 back in school have settled back into school life well. They have been getting used to new routines to ensure school is as safe as possible so they can still have lots of fun and interesting new lessons. They have been using Oak Academy for Maths and English which ha...
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  • 03/06/20

    Hello from Miss Southwell

    Hi everyone! Hope you are all well and have had a lovely half term. Hopefully, you have been able to enjoy the lovely weather and spend some time outside having fun. Over the half term, I have been doing some baking and I have made some cookies, scones and a cheesecake. The cookies didn...
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  • 11/05/20

    A message for Year 6

    Hi Year 6,  Just a little message to say that we hope you are all well and are keeping safe. This week would have been your SATS week, which you have all worked so hard towards this year. Your teachers and the adults in Y6 couldn't be any prouder of what you have ALL achieved! It has bee...
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  • 20/04/20

    A message from Miss Britten

    To Murray Class and Year 6, I wanted to write to you because, like every other teacher and child in the country, I am really missing being at school. No matter how much we miss being at school, the key thing to remember is that staying at home is the safest thing for us now. It does upset me that...
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