Year 6

Class Teacher: Miss Robson

And so the final year at Clover Hill Primary School begins! This year will be packed with adventures such as our outward bound residential visit as well as learning those essential academic skills to equip our children for their future learning when they move on from Clover Hill.

This is my first year in Year 6 after 3 years of teaching in Year 5. Mrs Maynard works in Year 6 each morning providing us with valuable support with our basic skills. We both share the same passion and commitment to our children and school community.

I am excited about teaching this fabulous year group this year and, most importantly, guide the children through this exciting and challenging chapter of their education.

Our aim is to make Year 6 a wonderful, challenging and exciting time for our children. I’m sure they will embrace these challenges, responsibilities and privileges of being the oldest children in our school.

If you have any questions about your child’s education or need any advice, please do not hesitate to contact me or another member of the Upper KS2 Team.

Year 6

World Book Day – Booky Breakfast & Pancake Morning!

This morning, we had a fantastic turn out to celebrate World Book Day. We had some delicious breakfast and fantastic books to buy and share. Many thanks to our School Association for all their support in organising this fantastic event.

Transition Visit – Music

Since a British film won the best soundtrack at the Oscars on Sunday, we thought we could put our musical skills to the test! Mr Szunko taught us how to play the song which is top with the tots at the minute: Baby Shark!! We played the notes together to make chords...

Pancakes and booky breakfast!!

Parents…Pancakes and a Booky Breakfast Come and Join us! Tuesday 5th March 2019 8.00am £2 per person To celebrate Word Book Day and Pancake Day we would like to invite our families into school to share a delicious continental breakfast of pastries and pancakes....

Thursday 7th March – WBD!!!

World Book Day To celebrate World Book Day on Thursday March 7th, the children can come into school dressed as their favourite book character should they wish to do so. If children prefer however, they can come into school in non uniform as long as they wear at least...

Transition to Whickham School

Dear Parents and Carers We will be walking down to Whickham School on Thursday 28th February for a transition afternoon. We will be leaving school after lunch and aiming to return for approximately 3.15. Children will need to have be wearing waterproof coat and...

RotaKids Pledge

Today, Mr Stroud presented us with certificates for being Rotakids. We also took our pledge promising to serve our school and our c

Scientific Circuits and Problem Solving Galore

What an afternoon we have had in Year 6! Science investigations using problem solving and team work! We investigated what happened to the brightness of bulbs when you added additional cells and additional bulbs. We had to use problem solving and team work skills to...

Fitness Fun

We have had another Friday morning filled with fun ideas to keep fit. We warmed up with some circuits and then we worked as a team to complete our tasks: burpees, star jumps, high knees, planks and many more. There were lots of pink cheeks by the end of the session!

Year 6 Transition: ICT Skills – Super Spreadsheets

Today, we visited Whickham School and were introduced to Microsoft Excel. We learned about cells, highlighting and inputting data into those cells. We progressed on to making our own charts from our class data: our ages and how many and what type of pets we had. It...

Democracy at Work!!!

Today, the RotaKids democratically elected their President and Vice President. Our Year 6 pupils will be leading this year's RotaKids. Vice                       President President

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