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Yearbook Photos please!

 

Hello, we are in the process of putting together our Yearbook for Year 6. We would ask that any pictures of your children with their friends from school, or on their own that you would like to include please be sent to:

 

6ms@spprimary.org.uk.

 

Whilst we may not manage to include all of the pictures sent in, the more we have, the better!

 

Many Thanks

Mr Smith

SATs Information Evening Presentation

Covid Home Learning WC 28st March

 

Please see the home learning for children who are isolating.

 

Maths - Tuesday and Wednesday:

 

In school we have the second day of our Year 6 workshop and therefore won't have a maths lesson. In addition we are out of school on a trip on Wednesday morning so will not be doing maths then also. Please can you spend 45 minutes on MyMaths tasks. If you have completed all of these, please have a go at some of the MyMaths games and the Times Tables Rock Stars games.

Thursday 3rd March - WW2 Evacuee trip to Tatton Park Farm.

 

Today, the children visited the farm at Tatton park and took part in a “day in the life” of a WW2 evacuee child. We were met by fabulous characters who helped to put the children into the era of the war and showed them what jobs they might do, how life was different and how to take care of the animals on the farm. 

Wednesday 2nd March - AFC Workshop

 

Today, the children of 6MS have been to visit Altrincham Football club and the “Show racism the red card” team for a very engaging and challenging workshop on how we can tackle racism in school and the wider community. The day culminated in the children presenting their solutions to various problems in groups to an audience including the AFC Women’s assistant manager! They all did brilliantly and were a credit to the school, with great practical ideas to help battle racism. 

Spring 2 Spelling Lists

Here are the weekly spelling lists for Spring 1. Each list has been dated and statutory words highlighted in pink. Please practise the spellings ready for the spelling test each week, which will take place towards the end each week. 

 

Please also continue to access Reading Eggs and Times Table Rock Stars from home.

Friday 11th February

This afternoon year 6 were lucky enough to have a visit from a Humanist speaker (Mrs Luke) who chatted with all of our year group all about the humanist beliefs.  Within RE we have been looking at Humanism and it was very useful to speak to someone knowledgeable about this belief. The children were all very engaged and enjoyed learning about the information. 

Thursday 3rd February - STEAM DAY

 

Today Year’s 6 and 5 took part in an interactive STEAM day to investigate the most effective and eco friendly way to send people into space and back again. We even looked at how we ca use household resources to create a powerful rocket! Mr Whitehead kindly stepped in as our launch coordinator.

 

The children worked brilliantly across classes and years and the efforts are fantastic!

Bottle Rocket Mission

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Tuesday 11th January

 

6MS are now into full flow with our dance sessions for this half term and the children are doing brilliantly, taking part and showing some impressive moves!

Spring 1 Spelling Lists

Here are the weekly spelling lists for Spring 1. Each list has been dated and statutory words highlighted in pink. Please practise the spellings ready for the spelling test each week, which will take place towards the end each week. 

 

Please also continue to access Reading Eggs and Times Table Rock Stars from home.

Friday 19th November 

As part of our Geography week, 6MS and Willow class have paired up and presented our research based on a country. Year 1 focused on India and year 6 chose a selection of North American countries. Both sets of children did brilliantly and we all learnt a lot of new and interesting information!

 

 

Thursday 18th November

During Anti-bullying week, 6MS have been discussing this year’s theme of One Kind Word. We have also taken part in an anti-bullying workshop today which has helped us explore how kind words and self confidence can help cut out bullying in school. 

Thursday 11th November 

Stranger Danger:

Today Mrs Southworth spoke to the year 6 children about 'stranger danger'. With the nights getting darker earlier, we discussed how important it is to just be aware of who is around when we walk home by ourselves. We spoke about not worrying, but having some ideas of how to stay safe. These included: walking with friends, crossing away from people, walking or talking to trusted adults, going into a shop or calling someone on their phone. We stressed that we did not want the children to be worried but just to be aware and feel confident about what to do (or not do like giving any personal information to people they don't know)

School Council Fundraising

 

This year, the school council would like children to create Christmas Cards and support Mission Christmas. 

 

Firstly, the children have been asked to make cards for people who may be lonely and isolated this Christmas. These should be done on card, be colourful and have a nice poem/message inside. Please return them to school for Thursday 11th November.

 

Secondly, we are supporting Mission Christmas in partnership with HITS radio. They send gifts to children who are less fortunate and otherwise wouldn't receive gifts at Christmas. Any donations would be gratefully received. Please remember to label the present with the appropriate age group. The deadline for gifts is Friday 10th December.  

 

Gift ideas are in the following age groups: 

 

0-3 years old - Teddies, Musical Toys, My First Toys, Rattles, Books, and Play Mats.

3-5 years old - Cars, Dolls, Jigsaws, Dress Up Items, Playdoh, Colouring Books and Pencils.

5-7 years old - Lego, Art and Craft Sets, Skipping Ropes, Make Your Own Photo Frame, Snow Globe, Jewellery Set, Action Figures and Board Games. 

7-9 years old - Footballs, Board Games, Remote Control Toys and Stationery Sets
9-12 years old - Board Games, Make Up Sets and Nail Varnish

Wednesday 13th October

 

Mam Tor 

Thursday 7th October

Today has been World Poetry Day.  In groups, 6MS have learnt ‘From A Railway Carriage’ and then performed to the class.  

The children have also been looking at 5 Ways to Wellbeing, with it being World Mental Health Day on Sunday. We discussed together the different ways in which they can take the time to do different activities to help them (and others) to feel happy.  They have created different posters to represent this.

Autumn 1 Spellings

Here are the weekly spelling lists for Autumn 1. Each list has been dated and statutory words highlighted in pink. Please practise the spellings ready for the spelling test each week, which will take place towards the end each week.

Welcome to 6MS!

 

Hello and welcome to the 6MS class page. On this page we will be positing any useful information that the children might need in Year 6. We will also be posting pictures and videos of the fun and exciting things we get up to during our working week!

 

Many Thanks

Mr Smith

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