This is the web page for classes 6B and 6D.
Please return the green form as soon as you can. Many thanks.
High Adventure Year 6 Residential Visit
We are holding information meetings for parents and guardians on Tuesday 21st June at 2:30pm or 6:00pm in the school hall (no children please).
We will give you all the information you need about the Residential Visit on 17th July and there will also be an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
If you cannot make either session, the information will be put on the Year 6 web page.
The full booklet will be sent out on Monday 20th June.
For more information, please click the link below.
High Adventure information for parents and carers.
Dates for your diary
Tuesday 21st June - High Adventure meeting for Parents/Guardians at 2:30pm in the hall.
Tuesday 21st June - High Adventure meeting for Parents/Guardians at 6:00pm in the hall.
Wednesday 29th June - Sports Day 1:15pm on the school field (weather permitting) **THIS IS THE NEW DATE**
Sunday 26th June - Bacup Carnival
Tuesday 12th July - Year 6 Play and Awards Evening - 6:30pm
Wednesday 13th July - SUMMER FAIR 3:20pm onwards (weather permitting)
Thursday 14th July - Year 6 Prom - 6pm
Sunday 17th July - High Adventure Residential Visit
Friday 22nd July - Leavers' Service at Holy Trinity Church 10:30am
Well done to our Year 6 cricket team who competed at Bacup Cricket Club. They were fantastic and finished in joint 2nd place!
KS2 Year 6 SATs Dates - May 2022
|Monday 9th May 2022||Grammar & Punctuation test - 45 minutes
Spelling Test - 20 minutes
|Tuesday 10th May 2022||English Reading Test - 60 minutes|
|Weds 11th May 2022||Mathematics Arithmetics (Paper 1) - 30 minutes
Mathematics Reasoning (Paper 2) - 40 minutes
|Thurs 12th May 2022||Mathematics Reasoning (Paper 3) - 40 minutes|
|Friday 13th May 2022||No tests today|
When are Year 6 SATs Results released?
Although the SATs dates for 2022 are in May, the test results are not released until towards the end of the summer term. This is because even though the SATs tests are taken within the classroom, they are marked externally.
Your child will be told their scores once they are available.
We have a Student teacher in Year 6 called Mr Gray who will be with us until 17th June. He will be teaching different groups and lessons within year 6.
Half termly Curriculum Map - Summer Term 2
The Year 6 Carol Service Performance
As the discussion about how countries in the world can do their part in preventing a significant warming of the planet draws to a close, year 6 will be thinking about how the future may look if we don't look at sustainable alternatives. They will be expressing their thoughts while taking inspiration from Monet's work in art. Please come back when our display will be published on the year 6 pages. In the meantime, there are lots of resources aimed at children understanding what is being discussed and what needs to be done to prevent a climate crisis. The educational links below will direct you to the relevant resources. If you or your child have any questions about these resources, then please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 6 Reading List
Take a look at the website for suggestions for books for your child to read.
Thank you to those who attended the Year 6 Welcome Meeting.
For those who were unable to attend, please find the PowerPoint below.
Year 6 Residential 2022
Please return the residential letter to school by Friday 17th September.
Year 6 important information
- School starts at 8:50am, children to enter school through the car park
- School finishes at 3:15pm
- P.E. is on Friday, children to wear their P.E. kits to school with their pumps/trainers in their school bag (tracksuit bottoms or leggings are fine)
- Children must have a drinks bottle in school with them as the water fountains are not being used
- Please make sure your child has washed their hands thoroughly before coming to school
Mrs Burns' reading group are reading...
The Middler by Kirsty Applebaum
There will a piece of maths and spelling homework every week. This will be given out on a Friday and should be returned by the following Friday.
Some weeks there will be extra homework based on something they have been taught earlier that week or term. This is also due in on a Friday.
Homework is expected to be handed in every week. Spare copies are always available and the children will know where these are kept.
Please encourage your child to engage in their homework and to complete it to the best of their ability.
Year 6 Residential Visit
We are very sad to announce that Education Away in Wales is no longer operating school residential visits.
We have decided to take Year 6 children to High Adventure Outdoor Education Centre in Cowling near Skipton. More details will be available soon.
Take a look at their website for more information!