Spring is on its way and here is our Spring class letter. Please do come and have a chat with any queries. Thank you for your continued support.
Miss Christopher and Mrs Spence
Mrs Spence and Miss Christopher are your teachers in year 6 and are looking forward to welcoming you in to school every day.
A few things to know about the term ahead...during the first half of the autumn term we will be learning all about the Victorians, who they were, how they lived and what difference they made to our country. Beware - we will also be looking at life in a Victorian school!
This year, P.E will be on a Tuesday so make sure you have your kit in school along with a water bottle. As ever, please also make sure your reading book is with you at all times, we will be reading together every day.
Mrs Spence, Miss Christopher, Mrs Chapman and Mrs Wallace are looking forward to seeing you in school, remember the doors to school open at 8.50a.m. We will be on the playground every afternoon which is probably the best time to catch us if you need to.
6P have been using a great stimulus in English recently (a video) called 'Beyond The Lines'. As part of our work, we created our own War poems based on the film and Siegfried Sassoon's poem 'How to Die'. The children have recorded them all for you to enjoy.
Autumn term's here at last, the apples are ripening, the last of the summer's ice creams have been eaten, and everyone's enthusiastic about getting back to school.
We have lots of exciting things in store for the year, not least of which is our new topic, World War Two. Over the course of the year, this page will be filling up with important information about school life in Year Six, as well as some great photos showing you what your children are doing in school.
To get you started, we have written a general information letter which your child will be bringing home. In the meantime, you can find a copy of it on this page.
If you have any questions, feel free to pop in.
Mr Hulls and Miss Potter