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18 12, 2018

Christmas Cookies!

By | December 18th, 2018|Art, Year 6 2018-19|

Year 6 have enjoyed making Christmas cookies today.  We followed a recipe for shortbread biscuits and then used our creative skills to decorate them with festive patterns and colours.  They were delicious!


16 11, 2018

Year 6 Tag Rugby Competition

By | November 16th, 2018|Sport, Year 6 2018-19, Year 6 updates|

Today year 6 students made there way to the Southwark Tigers Rugby Club to play tag rugby games against other schools around Lambeth. Although the weather was grey, our spirits were not! Not only did we have a great time but we also managed to pick up on a bunch of new skills from other teams […]

9 11, 2018

This Week’s Learning

By | November 9th, 2018|Year 6 2018-19, Year 6 updates|

Week commencing 12th November

We will be continuing on with writing our fact files on the Kingdom of Benin.

This week Miss Stevens’ group will be learning about the order of operations, while Mr Dominguez’s group will be learning to add and subtract fractions with different denominators.

Year 6 will be continuing on with their independent projects researching […]

9 10, 2018

Kingswood – Day 3

By | October 9th, 2018|Sport, Year 6 2018-19|

We had even more glorious Autumn sunshine today as we continued our Kingswood adventure. Some of today’s highlights included the Aeroball, Firelighting and the 3G swing.  We finished our day with a Movie Night.  Everyone is looking forward to our last couple activities on Wednesday but also feeling a little sad that our time away […]

8 10, 2018

Kingswood – Day 2

By | October 8th, 2018|Sport, Year 6 2018-19, Year 6 updates|

Another fantastic day was had at Kingswood. The sun shone all day and the children enjoyed all sorts of different outdoor activities. Some of the most popular were the Zipwire, Obstacle Challenge and the Laser Battle! By late evening, everyone was exhausted again. Roll on day 3!



7 10, 2018

Kingswood – Day 1

By | October 7th, 2018|Sport, Year 6 2018-19, Year 6 updates|

We have arrived safe and sound. What a great start to our adventure! The children have bravely completed the abseiling and Jacob’s ladder activities. At the end of the day, we all enjoyed a hot chocolate whilst sitting by a campfire listening to stories. Everyone is well and truly knackered!


5 10, 2018

This week’s learning – WB- 8/10/18

By | October 5th, 2018|Year 6 this week's learning, Year 6 updates|


This week, most of Year 6 will be visiting Kingswood in Kent.  We will be experiencing a fun-packed week filled with extreme sports and high adrenaline activities!  During our stay, we will also be learning how to work together as a team members and how to problem solve.  I’m sure everyone will have a very […]

28 09, 2018

This week’s learning WB – 1/10/18

By | September 28th, 2018|Year 6 spellings, Year 6 this week's learning|


Year 6 pupils will become journalists this week and write newspaper articles about Salim’s disappearance.



Throughout the week, we will be developing written and mental strategies for addition and subtraction.



We will be planning our properties of materials experiments.



groaned, compose, approach, shadow, tomorrow, envelope, poach, shallow, provoke, homophone


21 09, 2018

This Week’s Learning WB 24/09/18

By | September 21st, 2018|Year 6 2018-19, Year 6 this week's learning|


We will be continuing to write a fictional narrative piece of writing using the ‘London Eye Mystery’ as inspiration. Later in the week we will be writing diary entries from the perspective of a character in the story.



Our maths topic this week is addition and subtraction. We will be developing our written and mental skills […]

14 09, 2018

This week’s learning – Year 5

By | September 14th, 2018|Year 5 this week's learning, Year 5/6 2017-18|

Week commencing Monday 17th September 2018


This week in literacy we will be developing our debating skills. We will also be reading and analysing the first chapter of A Long Walk to Water.


We will be continuing to develop our place value skills and knowledge by focusing on multiplying and dividing numbers by 10,100,1,000 and 10,000 mentally. […]