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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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  • 20/04/20

    A litte message from Miss Southwell

    Dear Ennis Class and Year 6, I hope you are all well and have had a good Easter, hopefully with lots of chocolate involved! The weather has been beautiful so hopefully you will have had lots of opportunities to be outside in your garden or going for a walk. I’ve really been enjoying sitting...
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  • 20/04/20

    A message from Mr Dymock

    Note: In this picture, Frankie is only sitting with me because he wants my cup of tea - not because he likes me!
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  • 20/04/20

    A little message from Mrs Leigh

    Hi All Well what can I say! I am missing you guys so much, this is completely alien to us all. This year will go down in the history books and we will all be part of it. I hope you and your families are staying safe and well. I know it’s really hard, with the weather being so good, not bein...
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  • 04/02/20

    Helping Australia

    Murray class were learning about the devastation caused by the Australian bush fires and wanted to do a sponsored event to help the wildlife whose habitats were destroyed.
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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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