Our new topic is World War 2! We are very excited about it! Here are some good websites to find out more information: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-world-war-two/zjnyscw          http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/Britain.html          https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/history/general-history/world-war-two/ 

Class 6


Year 6 have created their own propaganda posters

Year 6 Information:

This term we are going to be reading: 'Letters from the Lighthouse' by Emma Carroll. It is a fantastic book set in WW2. If you have your own copy of the text, please feel free to bring it in to help with reading the text. 

P.E. is on a Tuesday and Friday. Please wear your full P.E. kits to school on those days. Remember that long hair needs to be up, earrings out and a roll-on deodorant would be great! 

Remember to bring in a water bottle, your contact book, pencil case and reading book. Remember, your pencil case needs to be able to fit in your tray please!

Homework is due on a Monday.

Head Boy and Girl Speeches are on their way! 


Please remember, that any mobile phones are handed in first thing in the morning. No mobile phones should be left in bags, and are only needed if you are walking home by yourself. 

Summer of Kindness: Kind Deeds to Do By Age | Inspire KindnessActs of Kindness Why Random Acts of Kindness are Important - TeacupsAndTales

Each week, class 6 will be nominating someone in their lives who has done a notable 'Act of Kindness'. 

This week's winners are: 

Louis - for helping me in maths when I was struggling.

Deon - for talking to you when you have no one to talk to. 

How Parents Can Help Kids Cultivate Kindness : NPR