Speed Sainting

What a fabulous afternoon ‘Speed-Sainting’!

Thank you to each and every person who came to support Year 6 in their prepararation for receving the Sacrament of Confirmation this weekend. It was fantastic to listen to the children talk so confidently about their chosen saint and really was such a valuable experience for them all.


Well done Year 6!

We are all incredibly proud of the attitude, determination and resilience of each and every Year 6 child this week. They really have given the SATs their all, showing off all that they have worked so hard to achieve. 
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Today we celebrated with a ‘chill out’ day. We began the morning by revealing the end of year play, Ye-Ha, and were very surprised by a very welcome visit from Mrs Ellis who has come back to put her musical talents to good use!
Everyone is very excited for the auditions next week!
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In the afternoon, we celebrated our God-given gifts by holding a talent show! Mrs Hartwell, Mrs Elkins and Mr Youson LOVED every performance so a huge well done to everyone that took part!
We ended the afternoon by tucking into a shared buffet – thank you all for your contributions!
Have a lovely weekend 🙂

Year 6’s ‘Pub Quiz’

To end our revision sessions in preparation for SATs next week, Year 6 took part in a pub-style quiz to test their maths, reading and SPaG knowledge. Each round focused on a different aspect, ending with some trickier questions in their bonus round on ‘Staff Knowledge’.

The children tucked into some crisps and popcorn whilst sipping their drinks and battling it out to win a prize.

They put their heads together to try and win each round.

It was close but the winners were…

Well done!

Good luck for next week Year 6 – get ready to show off everything you’ve learnt! 🙂


This week’s spellings are:







These will be tested on Tuesday 7th May 2019


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Letters are being sent home today outlining the Sex and Relationships Education programme which will be being delivered to Y6 children during the week commencing Monday 20th May.  To date, the children have explored respect of self and of others and friendships through our R-time programme. This section deals with other areas such as anatomy, personal hygiene and ‘how a baby is made’.

Parents will have the opportunity to view clips from the DVD used with the children 3.30 – 4.30pm Monday 20th May and also gain an understanding of the topics covered.

Throughout the week, the boys and girls will watch the video together and complete some follow up work.  On Friday 24th May at 2pm, the boys and girls will work separately.  Boys will work with Mr Cooke to gain a better understanding of menstruation and have the opportunity to ask some questions. Girls will take a closer look at menstruation, products available, how they work, hygiene etc.  A female relative of the girls is invited to join this session. Please do not worry if you cannot join the girls as usually enough adults are able to attend the session and we split the girls up into small groups.

Please complete the reply slip attached to the letter indicating if you are able to attend the meeting or (for girls) the workshop session.

Kind regards,

Mrs Hartwell

Speed Sainting

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We will be holding our annual ‘Speed Sainting’ event on Tuesday 21st May from 3.30pm-4.30pm.

Year 6 invite their parents, grandparents and/or sponsors to come along and take part! This is a great opportunity for the children to speak to a number of different adults about their choice of Saint in preparation for receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation.

As always, we appreciate your support in helping make these events worthwhile.


Dates for your diary:

Sunday 12th May 2019 – Confirmation Commitment Mass – 9.30am

Saturday 18th May 2019 – Mass followed by Confession – 10am

Tuesday 21st May 2019 – Y5/6 Class Mass – 9.15am

Sunday 26th May 2019 – Confirmation Mass – 11.15am


He Is Risen!

Year 6 wish you all a happy and holy Easter!

We hope you liked your Easter cards that we made using oil pastels.


Read all about it!

Year 6 have been reading lots of different news stories to help them get into the shoes of a journalist, ready to write their own article next week!

Year 6’s angle-tastic Maths lesson!

Year 6 spent the morning grafittying our tables with the measurements of angles to practise their protractor skills!