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Our Class Teacher is Miss Katy Haygarth and our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Cheryl Dunn


Topics for Spring Term 1 include: 

English - Balanced Arguments, Formal Letters, Diary Entries, Newspaper Report, Descripting Writing and Narratives. 

Maths - Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Measurements (Length and Time) and Fractions. 

Science - Our Bodies

Art - Pop Art

History - Ancient Egyptians

Computing - Pop Art Project

R.E. - Christianity 

P.E. - Sports

MFL - Spanish


General Information

- Spellings are given on a Monday and are tested on a Friday. 

- Homework will now be given everyday as the children will be completing homework in their booster books. 

- P.E. is on a Tuesday afternoon this half term with Mr Rogers. (Please make sure your child has the correct P.E. kit)

- Times tables will be tested on a regular basis. It is important that your child continues to learn these at home too. 

- Children are encouraged to keep a water bottle in school. 

Miss Katy Haygarth Year 6 Teacher Hello, my name is Miss Haygarth and I am the Year 6 Class Teacher. I consider myself to be a creative person and I love to plan and teach Design & Technology as well as Art. I encourage my children to have a positive attitude to learning, to always try their very best and take pride in their achievements at school. Within school, I am the Maths Co-ordinator. 
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Armistice Day 2016 Posted 11 November 2016 Today, we attended the Armistice Day service at the West Park with Year 2. In preparation for the service, we made a wreath of poppies to lay on the memorial while Year 2 ... Read More
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