Welcome to Year 6 Class website page.
Our Lady's School is a caring family, where, with Jesus in our hearts, we value everyone and encourage them to be the best that they can be.
Hello Year 6!
Mr. Hurst is here!
Joining us in Year 6 is Mr Blundell.
-Pick up and drop off points are on zone 5 at 8:50 and 3:20.
-Bring your book bag and reading records in every day so they can be changed throughout the week.
-PE day is on a Tuesday & Wednesday. Come to school dressed in them. Dress in accordance with the weather.
- Spellings are tested and handed out every Monday. Children can practise them at home on Spelling Shed.
-Homework for learning done over the week is handed out every Friday. Your child will have a minimum of 2 SATS revision books (Maths & English). Children will have received the page numbers they're required to do on that day. Deadline for homework is the next Friday but they can bring it earlier so I can mark and provide support if needed.
-Bring a water bottle into school every day to stay hydrated.
Any questions or queries that you may have, I'm available anytime.
It's the final year of primary so let's make it a memorable one. Thank you for your continued support.
Mr Hurst :)
Our first prayer service of 2024. It was planned and delivered by Year 6 and what a lovely one it was culminating and celebrating our learning about the Bible.
We had a lovely trip to the Alps (the school field) to enjoy the snow. Not a bad way to spend a morning.
Another RE topic comes to a close with a lovely prayer service organised by all the children. Good job guys.
Sadly, Good things must come to an end and our dance sessions in PE has culminated with a performance of the timeline of dance pop culture to parents and carers. Thank you to those that came down to witness! So much fun was had in these last 6 weeks.
We completed our first prayer service of the year, bringing an end to our first RE topic.
Today we were different species of birds! We hopped from island to island trying to scavenge the food available. This crazy activity linked to the finches which Charles Darwin discovered on the Galapagos Islands. They all had different beaks due to their food source.
Many ear drums were put to the test today in RE: we read the parable 'The Prodigal Son'. To show two of the story's characters' mental dilemma, we did a conscience alley to verbalise their mental thoughts and how difficult it can be at times to make the right and loving decision to forgive someone's wrong doings.
Despite the Great British weather and angry wasps in the classroom, they have had an amazing first week back with plenty of kung fu, dancing and laughs along the way.