Please remember water bottles during the hot weather - your children are really thirsty after playing out in the playground.
Please keep the evening of July 12th free.
Year 6 are presently rehearsing for our production - Good-bye my friend.
If for any reason your child won't be there, please let us know as soon as possible.
The production will be followed by the Year 6 leaver's disco.
We hope everyone will be there as it will be the children's final celebration before going off to their high schools.
Letters have been issued regarding the show, tickets to watch and the disco - please return asap.
Mrs Lund is off to the Houses of Parliament next week.
Year 6 have been thinking of questions to ask about our democracy. Some of them are below.
Have you ever got lost in the Houses of Parliament?
What made you want to become an MP?
What is the most exciting thing about Parliament?
Is it hard to be an MP?
What is the actual role of the Prime Minister?
How many times are laws checked before they are made?
How could we get rid of the House of Lords if we thought it was a good idea to do so?
Scroll to the bottom of the page to see more of what we've been learning about our democracy.
Star of the week - 7.7.17
At the moment - homework is to make sure you know your lines for our production.
You not only need to know what you are saying but also where you say it.
Fun in the sun !
Congratulations to the sprint winners.
Well-deserved ice lollies
See below for information about the Year 6 vote on election day.
It was a Labour landslide
We joined hundreds of other Year 6 children from the area to celebrate our primary years and look forward to high school.
What a hot, but fun ride.
Year 6 you have been absolutely fantastic. You have made us so proud; amazed us with your bravery and determination; and made us laugh and laugh.
Thank you for being such brilliant company and for giving 100% to all the activities - you pushed yourselves out of your comfort zones and tried your very best.
A huge well done to you all.
Big smiles all round!
Well done Year 6 - you have all worked really hard and behaved so maturely during SATS .
Please be proud of yourselves - we are extremely proud of you all.
End of SATS treat !
Lots more photos in the folder below.
All of Year 6 have been stars this week
Going for Gold
Our first gold award winners!!
Fantastic achievement - you have to be pretty snappy at times tables to be awarded gold
We are very proud of our first group of bronze badge winners -
they are able to give instant responses to random questions on their 2, 3, 5 and 10 times tables, as well as chant them.
It's not as easy as it sounds - every answer has to be given at speed and every answer correct first time.
Well done everyone - now to prepare for your silver!
Thanks to everyone who came to the SATS information evening, I hope you found it useful.
If you weren't able to come, please follow the link below to watch an short film
about the organisation and expectations during SATS week and read the government issued document below.
Mathematics Paper 1: Arithmetic
Mathematics Paper 3: Reasoning
Mathematics Paper 2: Reasoning
What a beautiful day to go outside to explode our volcanoes.
Vinegar, bicarbonate soda and paint did the job.
More photos in folder below.
Year 6 have been extremely scientific today.
They are, now, all electricity experts and trained up to become electrical engineers.
We have have some super scientists in the class,
full of enthusiasm, curiosity and a desire to learn.
More photos in folder below
Reverend Marie Anne brought our RE lesson to life today
when she taught Year 6 about The Eucharist .
Great costumes Year 6.
Apple of my Eye Cookery
Apologies for not bringing our stir fry home to share, but it needed eating white it was hot.
More super chef photos below
More photos below.
Thank you for all the £1 donations.
All the money will go to the soup kitchen to help support people less fortunate than ourselves.
We enjoyed some tomato soup outside, in the playground, to experience how it may feel for a homeless person to be reliant on others for food and to be eating outside, even in the winter.
To celebrate Safer Internet Day, some of Year 6 read a play script to the rest of the class.
Then, all the children thought about the negatives and positives of the internet and wrote their own promises, so that everyone would be happier and safer whilst on-line.
More promises below.
Thank you for you generosity today.
Our pot of pound coins, for the N.S.P.C.C., was very full.
Please remember to send sponsor money into school as soon as possible - it's all going to a great charity.
Your children have wowed us with their persuasive writing this morning. They all had very different ideas about what should be banished to Room 101.
Max won the class vote with his entertaining speech about PPI!!
Well done Max
Last term our classroom was decorated with lots of amazing caves
which were built by the children for homework.
Check out the photos in the folders below - there are lots more lovely pictures of your children at work and play.
Today has been the most exciting day of the year!
Year 6 met their buddies for the first time.
All Year 6 were just gorgeous with the reception children and we were delighted to see how well they bonded.