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Hello and Welcome to Year 6

Our Class Teacher is Mrs Boulton and she is helped this year by Mrs Neil, Mrs Davey & Mrs Harris. There are 25 children in our class aged 10-11 and we live on the top corridor!


Year 6 can be a very stressful year with SATs and transition to Secondary School but there are lots of fun and exciting things going on aswell. We will keep you up to date with our termly blog.


PE is on Tuesdays with Mrs Carter.


Homework Club is on Mondays after school with Mrs Davey and Mrs Procter.

Homework is given out on Thursdays and collected in on Tuesdays. Don't forget to have your Diary signed!!


Have you seen the Kid's Zone? Check out lots of games, activities and information.

Have a look at what we have been doing!

Literacy Network Project

Our Literacy Network project this week began with a trip into our outdoor learning environment. We travelled to pastures new as intrepid explorers!

Look at some of the work which we have produced.

Visual Poetry

Visual Poetry 1 Abandoned Village by James Squires
Visual Poetry 2 Arches by Kai Banyard
Visual Poetry 3 Dark Forest by Amy Robinson
Visual Poetry 4 Deathly Hallow by Kate Timmis
Visual Poetry 5 Fire Pit by Jessica Dempsey
Visual Poetry 6 Flameless Fire by Chloe Smith
Visual Poetry 7 Ghost by Elle Marshall
Visual Poetry 8 Good and Evil by Archie Speight
Visual Poetry 9 Greenland by Jake Illman
Visual Poetry 10 Misty Days by Harvey Wademan
Visual Poetry 11 Muddy Patch by Shelley Newell
Visual Poetry 12 Pond by Reon Jordan
Visual Poetry 13 Reflections by Jack Eckersall
Visual Poetry 14 Rotting Leaves by Delta Eaton
Visual Poetry 15 Silver Lightening by Charlie Hart
Visual Poetry 16 Tangled Twigs by Kelly-Jean Durkin
Visual Poetry 17 The Coldness of Winter by Ellie Daniels
Visual Poetry 18 The Dark Days by Emily Howatson
Visual Poetry 19 The Forest Tunnel by Jamie-Lee Davies
Visual Poetry 20 The Misty Tree by Jake Barron
Visual Poetry 21 Tree of Hands by Teegan Marvelley
Visual Poetry 22 Winter Chill by Ellie Donoghue

Y6 Post-SATS trip to Jump Nation