In English and Topic lessons we have been studying Antarctica!
Homework is given out on a Friday and due in on a Wednesday.
Children in Year 6 must read every night and bring their Reading Record in signed every day.
Children must practice their spellings and their times tables every night.
There are some great revision resources at the bottom of the class page :).
Children are expected to wear the School’s Standard P.E. Kit.
Plain RED round neck T-shirt with school logo.
Plain BLACK shorts.
PLEASE BRING YOUR PE KIT
In addition: Only during winter weather - this is applicable to all boys and girls in
school from Year 1 – 6.
Boys and girls may wear a tracksuit for outdoor lessons only. We recommend a plain
dark (preferable black) pair of jogging bottoms and sweatshirt top or a tracksuit and
underneath they wear their school RED PE top. These must be plain, no designer
logos ,football tops etc. Depending on the activity depends on whether children also
We would encourage you to visit our Catholic Life page to see how we have been celebrating our faith in Year 6.
Yr.6 Trip to Coventry
Our topic for the Autumn Term was World War Two. To find out more about what it was like living in Britain in World War Two, we made the short journey to Coventry, a city that was badly bombed by the German air-force, the Luftwaffe. We paid a visit to the Blitz exhibition at the Coventry Transport museum, went to an underground shelter at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum and stood in the atmospheric ruins of the old Coventry Cathedral, destroyed in the infamous November blitz. Below is a pictorial record of our visit to the City of the three spires.Finding out what life was like as an ARP warden and a firefighter.
Exploring the Transport Museum
In the ruins of the old cathedral
Evacuees complete with labels, gas mask boxes and pillow cases.
Wreath in the ruins of the old cathedral.
Inside the Coventry Blitz exhibition.
Old cathedral ruins ( the building not the children!).
Memorial to the Home Guard, cathedral ruins.