The Y6 team is Miss Horton, supported by Mr James and Mr Smithson.
We are looking forward to working with the Y6 children and are looking forward to a successful year ahead. There are many opportunities to embrace in Year 6 and we look forward to sharing these on the year group page.
This morning the NSPCC came into visit the whole school about the service that they can offer children up to 19 years old. The year 6's then took part in a workshop about different types of abuse and whether they are acceptable or not. The children were exceptionally well-behaved and acted in a very mature manner. Childline can be called at anytime, with or without credit on a mobile phone. They can also be accessed on a tablet. 08001111.
Welcome back. Hope you all had an enjoyable Christmas break and enjoyed the rest. Work will be ramped up from now until after the SATs. We have started a new guided reading activity that the children must complete as a homework. Mr James and Mrs Spriggs are running a homework club on a Monday after school if you need to have some extra support with your work, please see Miss Horton for a letter.
Tuesday afternoon saw the year 5 and 6 Christmas party. Here is a picture of some of the year 6 children looking very snazzy. They all had a great time.
As I may not see some of you before the holidays, I would like to wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas :-)
Here is our very own Mayor Katie. The children voted her to be the mayor for the morning. She controlled her classmates incredibly well during question time :-)
Yesterday, the year 6s went to meet Chesterfield's mayor. The children had the opportunity to spend time with both the mayor and the mayoress in their respective offices. Interesting facts were shared with the children, and hopefully they all learnt something new.