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Our congratulations this week go to Youanna and Joshua on being awarded the Headteacher's award for their great reading skills.  It is clear from their reading in class that they enjoying reading and are growing in confidence daily. 

Well done to both of you! keep being great reading role models to the rest of the school.

World War One and War Horse Home Learning


Our current topic in year 6 is World War One and War Horse. Once again our wonderful pupils have been busy producing some really interesting and creative pieces of home learning.  The wall display is looking fantastic, adorned with our talented children's work, and we are delighted to be able to share them with you all.


Well done year 6, keep up the excellent work and keep those imaginative pieces coming in.

This weeks Headteacher's Award was given to Joel and Tristan for being excellent friends.  Well done boys, its wonderful to see you sharing this quality with your peers and being great role models within school.

Keep up the good work and congratulations to you both.

Our congratulations this week go to Annabelle and Ariaana for showing fabulous improvement in their writing skills and receiving the Headteachers Award for this.  Having taught them in year 3, I can really see how much they have grown and developed this skill and it is wonderful to see!

Keep up the good work girls.

Our congratulations this week go to Elena and Ava on being awarded the Headteachers Award for their knowledge and contribution to RE. 

Well done girls, you are wonderful role models for our school community!

The Headteachers Award this week goes to two year 6 pupils who are excellent role models both in their work in the classroom and in general to others.  

Congratulations and well done to Tiffany and Reece, keep up the great work!

Religious Education


Our RE topic is about the Sacrament of Holy Orders.

Father Darren came in to tell us all about his role of being a Catholic Priest. We discovered what made him want to become a Priest, where he did his training, how he felt on his Ordination Day and what a typical day in his life would be like.

We found it all very interesting!

Congratulations this week go to Evie and Leo who have received the Headteacher's Award for resilience.  Leo has demonstrated excellent resilience in maths and Evie has demonstrated excellent resilience in all her work.

Well done to you both, what fantastic role models you are to others in the school.


Congratulations this week go to Ebube and Ola who have both been awarded the Headteacher's Award for their great mathematics skills.

Well done girls, keep up the excellent work!

Congratulations to Ariaana and Luumuno who this week have wont the Headteacher's Award for being excellent communicators.  

Well done to both of you, keep up the great work!



Our Topic work this term covers the Titanic which the children have really been enjoying. We have all been learning lots of information about life on board the Titanic, her passengers and the eventual disaster of her sinking.


As part of this topic the year 6 pupils have been creating some wonderfully interesting, artistic and imaginative home learning to illustrate what they have learnt. It is very clear that a lot of time and effort has gone into making these pieces and the children are very proud of what they have produced.


We are delighted to be able to share this work with you so you can see how inspired they have been during this topic work.  Well done everybody, these are great examples of the creativity and capabilities of our year 6 pupils.

Very well done to James and Lucas on being awarded the Headteachers Award this week for their good manners.  They are always polite to both their peers and members of staff within school. Congratulations boys!

21st September 2020




Please note the virtual parents evening will be carried out using the Zoom app. Look out for an email from your child's class teacher in the coming days containing details of how to log in to take part.


Thank you

Very well done to our two beautiful Emilys who have been awarded this week’s Headteacher’s Award for being such caring and considerate pupils. They are a credit to Year 6 and wonderful role models to the rest of the school.

16th September 2020




Please see a letter to parents below inviting you to attend a virtual parents evening on Tuesday 29th September 2020.


Thank you



The Headteacher award for this week has been given to two pupils who have settled back into the school routine really well.


Welcome to Year 6 2020-2021

  • Spelling lists will be given to the children on a Monday to take home and learn. Books need to be returned to class on a Friday for a spelling test.
  • Reading books will be changed when requested by the pupil. We would expect the reading book to be changed on a regular basis as reading for pleasure is greatly encouraged to enhance and support the child's learning.
  • PE will take place outdoor only for the time being due to the Covid 19 restrictions in place. The children will have PE on Tuesday and Friday and will therefore require an outdoor PE kit consisting of trainers and a suitable tracksuit for outdoor Winter weather conditions.
  • We are very excited to begin a new History based topic this term entitled, 'Do our choices really matter? Journeys, Conflict and Equality: Britain 1901-1918'.

       Within this topic we will be studying three areas of history;

  • The Titanic
  •  The First War
  • The Suffragettes

      Within this topic and as part of our Reciprocal Reading class text, we will be reading            'War Horse' by Michael Morpurgo. The texts we will be using in English include 'The            Titanic Detective Agency' and 'Voices from the Past. Survivors of the Titanic.'

  • Topic based home learning activities will be set each half term. Pupils have the half term to complete one of the topic based home learning tasks.
  • Maths homework will be given on a weekly basis. Pupils will receive the homework on a Wednesday and will be given until the following Wednesday to complete it.
  • The learning of times tables is an ongoing home learning task.


14th May Year 6 Transition Information

Return to School - Parent Letter 12.05.20

Information Sheet & Safety Measures - Return to School






Welcome to Year 6, 2019

19.09.2019                     Buddies          


We enjoyed meeting our Buddies for the first time. We played together in their playground and chatted about the things they liked to do. It was a great afternoon!


20.09.2019   Dexter and Winter's Detective Agency


We were invited by CAST, Doncaster, to watch the production of Dexter and Winter's Detective Agency by Nathan Bryon.  The play was part of Roundabout (Thursday 19th - Sunday 22nd September), a four day pop-up festival of music, new writing, comedy and more!

23.09.2019                        We Can Grow


As part of 'We Can Grow', Year 6 planted Pak Choi. We can't wait to see it grow and taste it!

Friday 27 Septembe 2019

UCI 2019 Road World Championships


Year 6 and Year 4 were invited to watch the start of the Junior Women's Race which started at the Doncaster Dome.

It was an early start, having to meet up at the Dome at 7.00 am, but it was well worth it.  We had a front row view of the start of the Race as well as seeing all the riders beforehand when they were registering.





Darwin's Delights


We enjoyed a brilliant day at Austerfield Study Centre learning all about evolution and adaptation.




We particularly loved holding the exotic animals and looking at how they have adapted to their habitat.

The Sacrament of Holy Orders


Thursday 6 November 2019

Fr. Darren talked to us about his Ordination and how he became a priest.  We enjoyed hearing all about his ‘journey’ to the priesthood.  The priesthood is one of the three holy orders of the Catholic Church, comprising ordained priests or presbyters. The other two orders are the bishops and the deacons.


Our Remembrance Assembly

Monday 11 November 2019

        We Will Remember Them


13 November 2019



James Sunderland came into School to talk to us about Judaism, particularly the festivals of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.



We all tried the food for the celebration of Rosh Hashanah 'Sweet New Year'

We tried on the Kippur (Skull Cap).  

In the Jewish faith the head has to be covered for prayer.

We learnt about the Shofar, the ram's horn.  It was surprisingly light.



As part of our topic on Natural Disasters and as part of our English work, we have written our own stories based on the picture book Flood by Alvaro F Villa.


We shared our finished stories with our Reception class buddies.  They loved discussing the pictures and listening to the Year 6 pupil's stories.





9th March 2020


Diversity Week


We enjoyed a Diverse World workshop with Richard.

We focused on extreme habitats around the world and the diversity within these habitats.

The pupils enjoyed lots of drama activities.

11th March 2020


Crucial Crew


Wednesday 11th March saw us visit Crucial Crew in Rotherham for a day of learning all about how to keep ourselves and those around us safe.  Members of South Yorkshire Police, South Yorkshire Fire Brigade, St Johns Ambulance Service, Yorkshire Transport and the Magistrates Service were all there to guide us and give us their expert knowledge on various safety issues.