Year 6

Mr O'Sullivan (Teacher)

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.

 

Ceilidh Workshop

This workshop was presented by professional musicians and teachers and had our Y5/Y6 children toe tapping and clapping along to Irish Music. It did not take long for our children to learn the dances (The Grand Circle and The OXO dance) and perform them well. Everyone...

African Multiplication

On Wednesday 21st October,  Y6 and some Y5 pupils, learnt a new method of multiplying – African Multiplication or Stick Multiplication. It seemed to be very strange at first compared to what we’re used to however, we soon learnt how to use it. Once we understood it...

Hallowe’en Fun

Today Year 6 celebrated Hallowe'en by learning to carve some special pumpkins. These pumpkins had been planted by last years Year 6 class and in September the current class took over their care. After harvesting they were shared amongst the classes in school. Year 6...

Astromaths

Staff from The Centre for Life delivered an Astromaths Day to children in Y6.  The day consisted of three exciting workshops: a planetarium, rockets and angles and alien meteorites. First pupils entered the planetarium and explored the night sky - it's stars,planets...

Year 6 Times Table Handbook

Please click the link to view Year 6 Times Table Parent Handbook parent-handbook-tables-introduction If you have any queries, please speak to Mrs McCall on 0191 433 4000 or come into...

Transition – English

Miss Marshall delivered an English lesson on hyperbole to our Y6 children during one of their transition sessions at Whickham School. A hyperbole is an exaggerated statement not meant to be taken seriously. Children used this to create a response, whilst planning ways...

Autumn Creative Homework for Year 6

‘Rule Britannia’ Thank you to all of the parents and carers for the support with homework so far this year. This homework takes the form of mini-projects that the children can choose to complete. The only rule is that they must complete homework worth 10 points (or...

Science Transition Session

On Wednesday 5th October  Y6 pupils travelled to Whickham School for an exciting Science transition lesson. Working with Mr Pickering, children investigated how much energy is in foods that they eat. To be able to do this they needed to know how to use a Bunsen burner...

Diwali Assembly and Workshops

On October 6th, we welcomed Mrs De Silva into school to deliver an assembly on Diwali, the Festival of Light. All children from Y3 to Y6 then took part in educational, interactive workshops. This was a fun, stimulating way to develop Diwali in school. Why not look in...

Y6 at Killhope Lead Mine

On Wednesday 28th September Y6 pupils travelled to Killhope Lead Mine in Durham, to experience what life would have been like for a Victorian miner. After a long journey we eventually arrived and were greeted with typical weather for the area – wind and drizzle-...

Transition – Media Studies

On Wednesday, 21st September, our Y6 travelled to Whickham for a transition session in Media... A very exciting start to transition this term...Making sound effects for a movie. Children looked closely at  sound and became ' Foley' sound artists. After producing a...

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