The Y6 team is Mr Bramley and Mrs Vernon, who are supported by Mrs Stock 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.
Last week was a week full of winners as we invited some of our local winners in to meet the children.
Monday began with a visit from Roger. A father who unfortunately lost his son when he was aged 11 and has since gone on to raise over £54,000 for Sheffield Children’s Hospital by completing over 200 runs across the world. 🏃🏼♂️
Wednesday involved a visit from Matt, a doctor who trained for 5 years and is now furthering his training by becoming a paediatric practitioner. 👨⚕️
Friday was concluded by a visit from Reece a British Champion Rally Driver, who has travelled around Europe competing. 🚗
Keep your eyes peeled for visit from more winners this week 👀 🏆
A huge well done to all our Year 6 children for completing a daily class marathon each day last week. This involved each child running a minimum of 6 laps (1 mile) of the school each day. The money raised will go towards our ‘Local Winners Award Ceremony’ next week and the remaining money to a charity voted for by the children.
Did you know in a recent survey only 4% of the British public said they were willing to do First Aid on a member of the public if needed?
Did you know that around 60,000 people across England require CPR a year? The success rate is only around 7% but with a defibrillator it can rise to 74%.
Today, our Y6 children learnt some life-saving skills provided by British Red Cross.
A huge “Thank You” to Odyssey Greek Restaurant for cooking and delivering some Greek Gemista food free of charge for our Y6 children as part of our learning. Food
Today we had a special visit from our first nominee for our ,
’winners award ceremony’. Local police officer Matt visited to tell the children all about how he became a policeman, how he helps the local community and his best and worse parts of the job.
3 of our children then interviewed him and will use this information to make a presentation ready for the award ceremony.
Raising children’s aspirations!
Exciting times ahead!