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Welcome to Year 6's Class Page.

Please stop by regularly to catch up on the activities taking place in Year 6.

 

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Welcome back to school for the new 2018/19 school year!

A busy but exciting year lies ahead for Year 6!  There will be lots of hard work and dedication needed to get us through the SATs but there will also be many rewards and life long memories to be made along the way, with some extremely exciting events after the examination are over!  

Good luck to every single one of you and remember, it matters not how we score but rather how much we try. 

Here's to a great year!

 

Mrs Richardson, Mr Lahert & Mr Carroll

Year 6 Class Wish

Nothing is impossible; it just hasn't been learnt yet.

Jesus looked at them and said, 'With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God.'  Mark 10:27

 

 

Happy New Year Year 6!

Let us take a moment to reflect...

O God, by the leading of a star you manifested your only Son to the peoples of the earth.  Lead us, who know you now by faith, to your presence, where we may see your glory face to face; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.

Amen

Here is to a great 2019 - lots of exciting things lie ahead.  See key dates below.

Date

Event

Every Tuesday & Thursday week commencing 21st January

After school boosters for Year 6 until 4.15pm.

Week commencing 14th January

Vocations week. Children can come to school on Friday 18th January dressed as the vocation of their choice.

Friday 15th February

School closes for half term.

Monday 25th February

School re-pens to all children.

Tuesday 26th February

Shakespeare company in school to visit Year 6.

Sunday 10th March

Prayer Partner Mass for the children being confirmed.

Thursday 21st March

Year 6 visit to Stratford to become tour guides at Shakespeare’s Birth Place – to be confirmed – more information to come soon!

Christmas 2018!

Wow! What a way to end the Autumn Term!  Year 6, along with the rest of KS2 and Year 2, came together to show everyone the true meaning of Christmas with their wonderful Nativity performance. Beautiful singing and acting ensured that the story of Jesus' birth was really brought to life, leaving us all with a real sense of peace, hope, love, patience and joy.

Merry Christmas everyone! 

A Christmas Prayer

Bless us Lord this Christmas with Peace that surpasses all understanding, Joy that is beyond all material possessions, Love that knows no boundaries and Strength that emanates from Faith in you.

Amen

Christmas Nativity

Whole School Advent Retreat Day

St Rose welcomed back Emily and Dan who led us in a wonderful retreat all about Advent.  We learnt the true meaning of Advent and that it is a journey and time of waiting.  We understand that we need to be patient and enjoy all the wonderful things that we can take from Advent such as Peace, Love, Joy and Hope.  

'He will be a joy and a delight to you, and many will rejoice because of his birth, for he will be great in the sight of Lord.'

- Luke 1:14-15

Children in Need!

It is that time of year again and St Rose have done brilliantly with their task to 'Get your ears on!'  Well done to the children in Year 6 who put their creative skills to the test and made some brilliant ears!  I was particularly impressed with how they strutted their stuff on the catwalk!  I would also like to say a big thank you to Ben's Nan who kindly made Children in Need cakes for the children of Year 6!   Everybody thoroughly enjoyed them!

We look forward to finding out the total amount of money raised!

'Not all of us can do great things.  But we can do small things with great love.' - Mother Teresa

Thanks Ben's Nan!

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Important dates for Autumn 2!

Welcome back to school Year 6!  I hope you had a good rest over the half term holiday! 

Date

Event

Every Tuesday & Thursday

After school boosters for Year 6 until 4.15pm.

Monday 12th November.

 

Year 6 Prayer and Reflection: Remembrance Day. (9.00am in the school hall).

Tuesday 13th November

Parent Consultations 1.30-5.00pm.

Friday 16th November

Children in Need – ‘Get your ears on!’

Thursday 29th November

KS1 & KS2 after school Skipping competition. You will receive a letter if your child has been chosen to take part.

Friday 14th December

Christmas jumper Day and Enterprise Market.

Thursday 20th December

Year 2 & KS2 Christmas Performance 3.30pm in the Church

Friday 21st December

School closes for Christmas holidays 1.15pm.

Year 6 Remembrance Day Reflection

Please come and join us at 9.00am on Monday 12th November in the school hall, where Year 6 will be reflecting on 100 years of Remembrance.  

 

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SATs Booster

After school boosters begin today (Tuesday 6th November) and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday until SATs week.  We hope to have 100% attendance but understand that your child may not always be able to attend.   The sessions will finish at 4.15 and the children can be collected from the main office.  It is extremely important that you let myself or the office know if your child will not be attending, especially if your child usually walks home alone. 

Thank you for your cooperation!

Mrs Richardson

Almighty God,

Please help me in my exams.

Help me to face them with courage and peace.

Help me to understand the questions that are asked, 

to remember what I have studied and to express my answers clearly.

Guide and direct me in all of my decisions and help me 

especially to discover my true vocation to love and serve you in my life.

I ask this through Christ our Lord.

Amen

Parents Evening

Parents evening will take place on Tuesday 13th November 2018.  Today (Tuesday 6th) I have handed out your allotted times. I have tried hard to accommodate your requests but if you are unable to make the time that has been given to you, please let me know and I will try to change the time or we can rearrange to another day.  Thank you very much!

I look forward to speaking to all!

Mrs Richardson

English

Our class novel for this half term is 'The House with Chicken Legs.' A wonderful story based on an ancient Russian fairy tale about Baba Yaga.  The children are really enjoying it!  It has also been interesting to compare the story with some traditional fairy tales, especially the not so pleasant Grimm's Fairy Tales!

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Ordering key events in a story.

Year 6 had to sort through two versions of a story and then order them correctly.  They did really well in organising their sections, demonstrating good skimming and scanning skills, and a great ability to order key events. 

The children have all worked extremely hard with their swimming these past two weeks! It has been quite intense going every day, but the improvement is really something! Well done Year 6!

Please find below some important information for the beginning of the year.

Swimming will start Monday 17th September, every day for two weeks!

Year 6 Class Mass

Our first Mass of the year will take place on Wednesday 12th September at St Rose Church at 10.00am

We hope to see you there!

      

 

P.E will take place every Wednesday afternoon! Please ensure your child has everything they need. 

 

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