Welcome to Year 6 from Mrs Beardon
Welcome to Year 6 and your final year at Stibbard All Saints. Year 6 is a year of opportunities and greater responsibility as you act as role models for the younger children in the school. Our spacious classroom is tidy and well organised with working walls and resources designed to support your learning and celebrate it. Reading is evidently promoted and valued with an inviting well stocked reading area bulging with books by classic and modern authors, fascinating non fiction and well thumbed annuals. It is our intention that your last year in primary is a memorable one where you thrive and prepare for your transition to secondary school.
What a busy term we have had! Plenty of learning, adjusting to being back into school after a 5 month break and two sets of SATS practice. As a Federation, this term, we have introduced a new approach to teaching English involving much shared and modelled writing and gathering of choice vocabulary. Year 6 report … Read more
In the event of another lockdown and children need to stay at home, below is an outline of 2 weeks planning for Year 6 to complete remotely. Packs have been sent home with children, including further information for the activities where needed. Where written work is produced this is to be in the exercise books provided. … Read more
Year 6 were inspired by Andy Goldsworthy, a land artist whose art outdoors in nature is temporary but captured on camera for the world to see. We ventured into the outdoor area and the children worked cooperatively to forage for natural objects to make their piece of art. They had lots of fun.
Year 6 have settled back with enthusiasm and energy. They were clearly pleased to get back to see their friends and be the oldest in the school. This week we have had lots of discussion about the last five months – the things they lost and gained and their feelings through that time. They were … Read more
As SATS week arrives it is not quite the same,The tests that were printed this year never came,The displays all still up;walls full of maths ‘rules’,But Year 6 is very different, at present, in schools. For some of you, happiness, lots of relief,For others a sign of pure disbelief,That you worked really hard in advance … Read more
On Monday the KS2 children had a special assembly to understand Holocaust Memorial Day. They were amazing, they listened well and some children gave very thoughtful and factual contributions. We talked about the word DISCRIMINATION and how no one should ever experience this in their lives because of their race, religion or beliefs. The whole … Read more