Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

Class Teacher: Mrs H Johnson and Mrs E McCormick

Here in year 6 we strive to embrace our school ethos in all that we do.

Shine within themselves  

We recognise and are thankful for the many wonderful opportunities we have in year 6. From exhilarating school trips such as our residential at East Barnby to being the role models for our school, we seize every opportunity that comes our way to help us grow in all areas of school life.

Shine for our community  

As a church school, our Christian values are at the heart of everything we do. We recognise the value of friendship, love and forgiveness and help others to recognise these values too.

Shine out to the world  

We are a welcoming, friendly class and we are always keen to invite people into our classroom. We endeavour to be the best that we can be, to be resilient, to challenge ourselves and to always aim high and in order to do this we work with one another, support one another.

We are proud to call ourselves year 6 pupils – together, we light the way for others.

In year 6 we study many exciting and interesting topics such as: The Impact of War, Ancient Cilvilisations, Mexico and Ancient Maya, The Polar Regions and Charles Darwin’s explorations. Our learning is purposeful, engaging and helps prepare us for moving onto secondary school.


Friday 19th April 2024

Ukulele Lessons Year 3 We are pleased that we are again able to offer children in our school different experiences. Year 5sshone in their clarinet lessons last term and this term Year 3s are taking on the ukulele. A brilliantfi rst couple of lessons.

Friday 22nd March 2024

Two short half terms has brought us quickly to the end of term. It is amazing how time flies ! It certainly does not seem three years ago that I became headteacher of our school, but looking back I am so proud of each and every member of the school community, for the...

Friday 23rd February 2024

Oh what a night! Young Voice 2024! On Wednesday night, 33 of our amazing children joined over4,500 others from schools across the area in a fantastic show at the Sheffi eld Arena. Joined byprofessional dancers, singers and musicians they certainly brought the house...

Friday 19th January 2024

Happy New Year to you all and welcome back to school. It seems an age ago we had a busy, exciting end of term with Christmas parties, carol concerts and nativities and staff would like to send huge thanks for the gifts and cards received last term. Hopefully over the...

Friday 1st December 2023

Year 1 and 2 Alternative Advent For the past couple of weeks, the Key Stage 1 children have been bringing in their favourite books,all wrapped up! Every day in the run up to Christmas one will be chosen to share with their class.The children are very excited to see...

Friday 27th October 2023

Last week Years 3,4 and 5 went on a visit to York to consolidate their work on Vikings. However,as you will see they also found out more about Tudors and becoming an archaeologist. This is Austen's recount of the day:

Friday 13th October 2023

As there has not been a newsletter for the last few weeks, this edition is just a snippet of what thechildren have been getting up to. A big thank you for your love and support.

Friday 15th September 2023

Welcome Back Welcome to the first newsletter of the year and a huge welcome to our fantastic new receptionchildren who have settled in so beautifully already. What a joy to see them already listening so welland playing so cooperatively with their friends. There has...

Friday 14th July 2023

With only one week left until the summer break this will be the final newsletter of the term and year-and what a busy one it has been!We are so proud of the children in our school- how the have shone in so many ways. This newsletter is just a taster: sports,...

Friday 30th June 2023

For those of you who missed it- we received the results of our recent inspection last week. We are delighted that the inspection team recognised our strengths and that, “At the heart of the school’s ethos is the desire for pupils to shine.” This report reflects the...