Year 6

Mrs McCall (Teacher) / Miss Watkins / Mr Anderson (ARMs)

Welcome to Year 6, the final chapter of primary school. A year of exciting opportunities, rewarding experiences and challenge! This is the year to shine.

As well as reaching academic potential, there will be plenty of opportunities for pupils to participate in key roles and responsibilities within the school that will equip them for their transition to secondary school.

In Year 6 pupils will be expected to work hard but in return, they are rewarded with many happy memories, lasting friendships, and an increased confidence to take them onto their next adventure.


Transition – Media and Film

Media is important in society. We all listen to news, use Internet, watch T.V and films and play games. Media provides children with useful skills and on Wednesday 18th November 2015, Y6 worked on creative design  to produce film posters at Whickham ,under the...

Remembrance Assembly

Children in year 5 and Year 6 are receiving an educational course from charity Skillforce. The course is linked to the Junior Prince Award. The pupils involved have been taking part in remembrance activities to help them to understand the selfless commitment of our...

Transition – Science

Year 6 pupils who are moving to Whickham School in September were given the opportunity to visit their new school, to take part in a super science session. They looked at cells under a microscope and learned about safety in the lab. The visit helps to strengthen...

Y6 Discovery Museum

D o you know why Newcastle was a target for bomber planes during WW2?  Y6 have all the answers after attending a wartime tour at The Discovery Museum in Newcastle. Mrs McCall and her Y6 class linked their visit to this term's topic on World War 2.  Children enjoyed...

Music Workshop

This week in school we were lucky enough to have a visit from some musical guests! We took part in a workshop called 'Born in the USA' and listened to and  performed music from American history up to the present day. Compositions from Star Spangled Banner to...

Energy Educator

Alan from National Energy Action came into Swalwell School to promote renewable energy concepts to our Y6 children. It is important for all pupils to understand energy so that in the future they can power cars and homes sensibly.

Police Visit

A community police officer often visits the school to chat with children and staff.  Pupils know our local officer as Sean.  On Wednesday 30th September, he held a special assembly in school and discussed how to stay safe in the community. Photos in gallery ( visitors...

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