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Year 6

  • Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

    Our school council, joined by Head Boy and Girl, are ready to present everyone’s hard work. We are looking forward to hearing what The Grange Academy and Meryfield Primary School […]

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  • Dynamos Cricket

    Year 6 had a great day taking part in a Dynamos Cricket festival today. They showed off their fantastic bowling, batting and fielding skills whilst also displaying brilliant sportsmanship. A […]

     
  • Dear Year 6…

    Dear Year 6… WELL DONE! You have been superb this week and should all be so proud of yourselves. You have displayed such great resilience and determination, working incredibly hard […]

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  • Y6 Experience Session

    This afternoon in Year 6, we finished our Climate Change protest posters. In English, we are writing speeches, trying to convince our audience to change their lifestyle and help to […]

     
  • Netball Triumph!

    Wow! Wow! Wow! Where to begin… We took our netball team to Futures Academy this evening for The School Sports Partnership’s netball tournament. The team had to play three 24 […]

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  • Introducing… Grant Strong – Author Visit

    We have been having an extremely interesting day with author Grant Strong today. This morning begun with a fantastic assembly, introducing us to his thrilling new book (Running Deep) and […]

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  • Online Safety in Year 6

    As part of Safer Internet Day, Year 6 looked at how to keep safe on Social Media. We used resources from our local PCSOs to help us understand and take […]

     
  • Freeze Frames in Year 6

    To start off our new English unit, we looked at the opening pages of Neil Gaiman’s version of Hansel and Gretel. We focused on the inner thoughts and feelings of […]

     
  • Lowry Look-a-like!

    As part of our Rich and Poor Theme this term, we are looking at the word of Lowry, a famous artist who focused what London looked like as a result […]

     
  • Lives not Knives in Year 6

    Today, Year 6 were visited by PCSOs Daisy and Keith who led us through the Lives not Knives workshop. We learnt a lot about how to keep safe as we […]

     
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