Year 6

Miss Goldsmith and Mrs Storey

Hello and welcome to class 6!

We know that year 6 will be a year full of challenge and excitement – in fact we think it’s going to be the best year ever! There are 25 children in our class. Our teacher is called Miss Goldsmith and Mrs Storey is our teaching assistant.

There is so much we love to do. Some of us are great sportsmen and women and some are fantastic artists; we have quite a few mathematicians, a handful of future computer programmers and even a few budding authors! Whatever our talents, we love to share them with each other and help our friends learn and excel!

 

We can’t wait to see what the year brings!

 

KS2 Reading Breakfast

The KS2 reading breakfast was a fantastic morning where children, parents, grandparents and other relatives got together to read and enjoy a bite to eat. We loved seeing so many people sharing a love of reading together. Thank you to all who came!

Children In Need

A big thank you to year 5 and their parents for all the money raised for Children In Need today! The Pudsey Bear cakes were...

Anti-bullying Week.

We have been taking part in anti-bullying activities this week and thinking about the important message of treating others with respect. Here we are designing posters on the subject for a competition. Hopefully, someone from our school will...

Remembrance Day

Thank you to everyone who supported the Royal British Legion this week by buying poppies, badges and wristbands. A big thanks also goes to the children who attended and took part in the remembrance service at St Michael’s church on Sunday; you represented our school so well.

Netball Skills!

Year 5 have now moved onto playing Netball in P.E. The children are working hard to perform accurate passes and to utilise all the space. As always, it's great...

Separating Materials

We are learning about separating materials in science and this week we have been using the process of filtering to separate a variety of insoluble solids from water. The filter paper worked very well for most solids but when we filtered our mixture of compost and...

Sportshall Athletics

In P.E. this half-term, years 5 and 6 have been learning to do the various events in what is known as Sportshall Athletics. This topic is split into track and field and encompasses standing triple jump, chest push, speed bounce and many others. Some children were then...

The Bible Comes Alive!

Year 5 visited the Independent Methodist church this week to take part in a special event entitled 'The Bible Comes Alive!' Various members of the church dressed up as Old Testament Bible characters (such as Noah and Joshua) and told their story. The children loved it...

Year 5 Mini Police

Today was an exciting day for ten children in year 5! They were sworn in as Mini Police officers and received their uniform in a special assembly. Superintendent Steve Heatley gave a short talk to the whole school, explaining the types of activities that the Mini...

The Northern Saints!

No, the Northern Saints are not our current year 5's! The Northern Saints lived in the 600's and greatly influenced our region by spreading the message of Christianity and promoting education. Class 5RO have been on an educational visit this week to Durham Cathedral...

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