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Today the children in Year 6 had a visit from the NSPCC. We were looking at what we should do if we feel we need to talk to anyone and how to keep ourselves safe.

Today the children in Year 6 had a visit from the NSPCC. We were looking at what we should do if we feel we need to talk to anyone and how to keep ourselves safe.  1
Today the children in Year 6 had a visit from the NSPCC. We were looking at what we should do if we feel we need to talk to anyone and how to keep ourselves safe.  2
Today the children in Year 6 had a visit from the NSPCC. We were looking at what we should do if we feel we need to talk to anyone and how to keep ourselves safe.  3
Today the children in Year 6 had a visit from the NSPCC. We were looking at what we should do if we feel we need to talk to anyone and how to keep ourselves safe.  4
Today the children in Year 6 had a visit from the NSPCC. We were looking at what we should do if we feel we need to talk to anyone and how to keep ourselves safe.  5

 

 

34 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. 35 By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”   John 13:34-35

 

Year Six were asked to represent using freeze frames their interpretation of

'What is Love?'

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Work of the week/ Child of the week

Each week we will put up the children who have caught our eye. Take a look to see if it is your child.

Date Child of the Week Work of the Week
8/9/17 Victoria- for being a kind, caring, considerate and hardworking member of our class                                                                                                                  
22/9/17 Ronan- for being a wonderful, all round hardworking class member Thomas- Writing
29/9/17 Millie- for her excellent prefecting skills  Freddie- Attitude to learning
6/10/17 Emily- for always helping with any jobs and looking after everyone in class Fallon- Maths
13/10/17 Seraya- for her maturing attitude to learning Sena- History
20/10/17 Missy- for being a lovely, kind and caring member of Year 6 Horatio- English

 

Some important information:

  • Children are expected to read every day so please sign their reading record (these will be checked every day).
  • Homework books will be given out on a Thursday and homework is due on Tuesday.
  • PE will take place on Monday. All children will need black shorts, a red t-shirt and black pumps or trainers.
  • It is important that your child continues to learn their times tables as these will help them achieve their best in maths this year.
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Take an Accelerated Reader quiz at home or show your parents all the books you have read on your own bookshelf.

 

You can access your Spellodrome accounts at home. Challenge your friends whilst learning your spellings.

 

Year 6 have access to Conquer Maths. See if you can complete any of the tasks that have been set to improve on your maths skills.

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Welcome to Year Six

We have a very challenging but exciting year ahead of us at St. Joseph's, with many experiences to look forward to. We aim to ‘have life and have it to the full’ in all areas of life at St. Joseph’s.

Year Six is extremely hard work, with lots of high expectations. However we endeavour to make it lots of fun which will make it one of your most memorable years at St. Joseph's Primary School to date.

If you have any ideas for our webpage or have any queries please feel free to contact us.

Mrs Harris           Miss Chappell               Ms Unsworth


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