Class 6

Over the last two days, Year 6 students have had a wonderful time on their residential camping trip. Whilst unfortunately we couldn't go far and wide for our residential this year, all of our students had fun at Ulley Activity Centre and camping out on Wickersley Partnership Trust's Cranworth fields. The students got stuck into [...]
Y6 had an amazing time at their prom on Tuesday night. They played games, ate lots of yummy food and danced the night away! It was so nice for the children to do something together in their last few weeks of primary school. I am so proud to be their teacher and thank you to [...]

This week, Year 6 completed a dissection of a pig’s heart in science. We built up to this dissection, by learning the different parts of the heart and its function. We cut into the heart carefully and opened it up to see where the blood would flow, through the different vessels. Well done Y6 for […]

Our Y6 students recently took part in a live Q&A with a teacher from Rawmarsh Community School. In the session, one of the RCS teachers explained to students what school life is like for Y7s and answered a series of questions posed by the students. Take a look at the video below ⬇

In Science this term, Y6 have been trying to answer the question ‘How does light travel?’.

So, today is our last day in school. The children in school have created a virtual leavers assembly for you to enjoy! Here are the songs that we have learned. We are so proud of all of our Y6s this year and what they have achieved. They have been an amazing class and have worked [...]

Year 6 have done some excellent work around Macbeth, William Shakespeare and the Tudors. We are very proud of their hard work!

We have had a lovely first week back with some of our Y6 children. They are social distancing experts and have enjoyed having time with their friends and staff again. Well done to you all!
As many of you know, Year 6 should have been on their residential this week. Harley has written this amazing poem about what should have been. It's a stunning poem and I feel very sad that you haven't had your special week away. Mrs Scott xx Scarborough It should have been Scarborough day, I'm feeling [...]