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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

We have lots of exciting activities planned this term. Our final class topic for the Summer Term is "Moving On" and we will be developing a range of skills and considering a number of issues as we prepare to leave St Hild's and start new schools in September.

 

We will be doing PE on a Thursday afternoon this term, however you need to have your full PE kit and shoes in school every day so you can take part in other sporting activities throughout the week. 

 

Please remember to read your home reading books and bring your signed book back into school every day. You will also need to bring your water bottle to school every day too. 

 

Key information will be shared on this page and on our class dojo page so remember to check regularly. If you have any questions, please just ask.

Miss Luke, Mrs Dart and Mrs Roddam smiley

Year 6 Summer Newsletter

Year 6 Information for Parents

Anti Bullying Information

Our Leavers’ Assembly was fab!

Bowling was great fun!

Year 6 beat the staff at rounders!

We had an energetic start to the day with a zumba class!

We had an amazing time at Beamish!

We took part in the Big Play 🎼

We enjoyed our Forest Schools sessions

We had great fun during our skipping workshop with Gail

We enjoyed pirate day ... despite the rain!

We took part in the Leavers’ Service at Durham Cathedral

We took part in Zumba with Gemma

We used a range of art materials to create our own interpretation of “Starry Night” by Van Gogh

We used our computing skills and worked as journalists to share news of Ascension and Pentecost

SATs are over !!!!!

We enjoyed our yoga session

We retold the events of Holy Week through drama

We wrote our own stories and shared them with Year 2

We completed our PWA Explorers Award and held a graduation afternoon to celebrate this fantastic achievement

We met some of the Fusiliers from Newcastle and found out about life in the army

We did some role play in RE as we debated the events of the Easter story

We created a time capsule which we buried in the Sensory Garden

We hosted a tea party as part of our PWA Award

We were invited to Carrville Methodist Church to take part in the Easter Journey

We wore odd socks on World Down’s Syndrome Day

We had lots of fun in our judo session today.

We have been demonstrating our baking skills on our cake challenge day.

We enjoyed Red Nose Day and raised money for Comic Relief

We tried out some new activities in PWA this week. Teamwork and trust were definitely needed!

An alien spaceship crash-landed in school. The Northern Echo challenged us to write a newspaper report about this strange event!

We enjoyed learning Tai Chi and Kung Fu

We have started preparing our final PWA project - a tea party!

Teamwork and listening skills were essential in PWA this week

We were problem solving in PWA this week!

We had great fun in the snow during PWA this week. We had to use listening skills to succeed

We used teamwork and listening skills to try to create the tallest giraffe 🦒

We needed resilience and determination to succeed in PWA this week

Our families joined in with PWA this week

🌟🎅🏻🎄 Merry Christmas from Year 6 🎄🎅🏻🌟

We were brilliant in our Nativity!

We successfully transported the Toxic Custard in PWA this week

We worked on problem solving in PWA

Year 6 had an interesting day at the Safety Carousel. We took part in different workshops throughout the day, learning how to keep ourselves safe. 

We thought about the environment in PWA

We worked hard in computing, combining lots of different skills

We showed resilience and perseverance in PWA this week!

We had a lovely day wearing our pyjamas to raise money for Children in Need

Our Remembrance poetry looks fantastic in the hall

In PWA, we worked on compassion and thought about the environment

We completed the English Escape Room with Ollie from Northumbria University 🕵️‍♀️🕵️‍♂️🗝

We used teamwork to solve problems in PWA

PC Andrea came in to talk to us about online safety and online gaming

We visited Simon Berry's Opticians to find out more about looking after our eyes

We worked on problem solving in PWA - it was harder than it looked!

We worked on teamwork in PWA and discussed strategies to help us to keep our cool when things don’t go our way!

We took part in Harvest Festival at St Giles Church

We worked on trust in PWA

We researched the Blitz in history then used different materials to create our own shelters in DT

We tested the strength of different materials before we built our Anderson shelters

We had great fun learning new skills with Hoopstarz!

We worked on teamwork in PWA and thought about the importance of listening to each other

We took part in a workshop with the NSPCC to find out more about keeping ourselves safe

We worked as a team to develop a Sensory Garden at Simon Berry Opticians. Thanks to John from Wilderness Tamed for helping us.

We discussed and drew our favourite characters to celebrate Roald Dahl Day

We solved a giant jigsaw puzzle in PWA to deepen our understanding of the importance of good listening and teamwork

We took part in a rowing competition with Durham City Rowing Club - it was great fun!

During PWA we worked on teamwork. Our adults came in to take part in the session - they were really competitive!

We took part in the Mini Olympics at Maiden Castle


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