Welcome to Year 6
Everyone is very excited and is settling into life in the school. Please do not hesitate to speak with us if you have any queries. Thank you for your continued support in helping your child with their reading, times tables and other homework.
We look forward to continuing to work alongside you in educating your child for the rest of the academic year.
Ms Bates and Ms Mannering
Finally, a photo of the whole group! It’s been such a busy week and another busy day today, with the various groups doing mountain biking, a coastal walk, coasteering, climbing and orienteering in the woods. Tonight, Class 8 are going do to their nightline, before an early night – everyone (staff included!) is tired after a busy couple of days.
The children have been a credit to us all week, giving everything a go and really digging deep when they come up against a challenge or something they don’t think they can do.
Please find below the information presented to parents at the SATs Meeting for Parents together with writing exemplars for working at Expected Standard and working at Greater Depth. If you wish to discuss anything further please contact your class teacher and we will be happy to explain further.
The final day of activity was a great success and the weather was absolutely glorious. The children had another fantastic day and completed the last two rounds of activities. The Badgers and the Stoats spent the whole day away from the centre and enjoyed a wonderful coastal walk before climbing the face of the old quarry, whilst the Otters got to grips with the muddy terrain of the estate and canoeing in the moat of Pembroke Castle. The Weasels made short work of the orienteering challenge in the morning and set about discovering new parts of the estate in the afternoon on their mountain bikes. The Polecats enjoyed canoeing in the morning and spent the day at the beach in and out of the rock pools in the afternoon. The shop was open after dinner in the evening for the children to buy a little souvenir of a week they will remember for many years to come.