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Class 6 – Mrs Kirkham

 

Hello and Welcome to Year 6

 
from Mrs Kirkham (Class Teacher)
 and Mrs Storrs

 

If you have any queries or questions, feel free to e mail at
class6@st-annes.notts.sch.uk

 

Year 6 is a crucial year as it is the final year of St Anne's Primary School where year 6 children become leaders within school (after they have applied  and been interviewed for jobs in the summer term by the previous year 6 pupils). They have an increased responsibility that they take an absolute pride in.

Another important difference to other year groups is the May assessments that our year 6 children undertake as these give your child the level that determines their ultimate progress for their time at St Anne's.

Year 6 is also the time in which we prepare all of our children for the next steps in their education journey - Secondary School. Saying all this, it is crucial that the children in class 6 prepare for these things in a fun, exciting and supportive way, building on previous skills and knowledge, so that they can achieve their best in all areas.

After reading our class information below it will be evident how children achieve through a real life, relevant and exciting curriculum that is based on their interests and gives them a thirst for knowledge. We want the best for our children because they deserve it !

‘Year 6 pupils are well prepared for moving to secondary school.’

Ofsted 2016

Cycle Training

 

We have once again booked a course of Cycle Training for the children in Year 6. Cycle Training will take place week commencing Monday 5 December 2022. 

 

There are two levels to the training – Level 1 will take place on the school playground where the children will need to demonstrate their skills through activities in a traffic free environment.  The Level 2 course will be on the roads close to the school which have been risk assessed by Nottinghamshire’s County Council Road Safety Team.  Children must be able to show they have the ability to control the cycle and maintain balance before they can move onto the Level 2 course.

 

Children are divided into two groups for the Level 1 training which will take place on different days. 

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