This is where you will find important information about life in Year 6.
Despite all the hard work, we will make sure that your last year at Primary school is action packed and full of fun.
Information about: homework, spellings, trips, important dates, photos and reports can all be found below.
A gentle reminder: printed copies of spellings will be handed out each week. If you lose your paper copy, spellings for the entire year are available to download at the bottom of this page.
We'll try and keep it as up-to-date as possible!
Year 6 have a very special afternoon coming up on Tuesday 29th January. Now (& Then) Theatre are coming into school to do a presentation and drama workshop about World War One Captain and professional footballer, Walter Tull. This will be a lovely opportunity to revisit the work we did on Walter Tull and Lily Parr in History last term. They recently performed three sold-out nights of the play ‘Tull 100’ at The Radcliffe Centre and are staging the play again in Northampton at the end of January (a fitting tribute to Walter Tull who has a statue outside Sixfields Stadium).
The session is being run by Martin Boileau (former Head of Drama at The Royal Latin School) and will include a presentation on Walter Tull and other BAME soldiers in WW1 by poet, writer and historian, Tré Ventour.
Below, you can see some of the fantastic biographies the children created when studying Walter Tull:
I would just like to thank everybody for the lovely Christmas gifts and cards. Everyone was incredibly kind and generous. I hope you all had a lovely, relaxing and restful Christmas – look forward to seeing everyone on the 3rd January 2019!
Welcome to Year 6 – 2018/19 Season (sorry being a football obsessive, I tend to live by seasons although – handily – it also applies to academic years!) I hope you've all had a great summer and are getting excited about the year ahead. Year 6 will be fab! Hard work, but FAB! We'll learn loads but we'll make sure we have lots of fun doing it. There's so much to look forward too – and not just the chocolate pudding at Manor Adventure. My job is to make sure you work hard, achieve your best and most importantly have an enjoyable and memorable last year at primary school. There'll be ups-and-downs along the way, but I want you to look back on this year as one of the best you've ever had!