Year 6 Blog
On Friday, we met our Year 6 Reading Partners and had lots of fun getting to know them! Some of the Reception children were a little camera shy and decided not to pose for a picture. Look closely and you will probably see them playing in the background!
Apples and honey Rosh Hashana! Crisp and sweet and runny, Happy New Year! We bite on the apple It’s so good to eat, We lick all the honey, It’s oh so sweet; Apples and honey Rosh Hashana! Crisp and sweet and runny, Happy New Year! Apples and honey Rosh Hashana! Crisp and sweet and runny, […]
Another week down, and Year 6 have been working hard on improving their writing skills. They have been planning, drafting and editing a diary entry based on our class novel Goodnight Mister Tom, and they will be writing these up for their portfolios at the beginning of next week. For Roald Dahl Day on Wednesday, […]
It was good to meet with you at the Meet the Teacher meeting on Wednesday. For those that were unable to attend, the PowerPoint is available here. It has been a wonderful week getting to know the children. They are settling into Year 6 and have thrown themselves straight into their learning, which is fantastic to […]
Firstly, parents, I must say a huge thank you for your generosity today. I am extremely grateful, not only for the gifts I received, but for your support and involvement over the past year. Children, after you had all gone, I was given the big card you made for me at some point without me knowing! […]
What a busy week it has been! Along with the rest of the school, the children participated wonderfully in Wednesday’s Thanksgiving Mass with the Carnival. Well done to all of you for using you talents to make it such a joyous occasion. Many of you were out on Thursday at your new schools – it’s […]
To prepare for your leavers mass, here are the song links below: Communion Hymn: ‘Christ in Us’ [please click on the links below] Actions to learn for this song Group with actions
Wow! Time really flies when you’re having fun! Time for our last activities: Zip-wire and orienteering!
For breakfast this morning the children devoured toast, bacon, scrambled egg, grilled tomatoes and cereal. Sufficiently refuelled they headed out for their morning activities: fencing, fire lighting and team games! Time for fencing! Foils at the ready….. En Garde! Fires lit… now it’s time to toast our marshmallows! Don’t burn them! […]
It is a wet and windy day today but that has not dampened our spirits! The children enjoyed sausages, beans, toast, cereal and yoghurt for breakfast. After breakfast, the Pope Paul crew set off for their morning activities: Low ropes and indoor initiatives! Everybody worked well together, communicated effectively, showed great resilience and had fun! […]