St. Margaret’s C of E Junior School
Welcome to Year 6!
Welcome to Year 6’s page on our school website. Here you can find photographs of the Year 6 classes in action, copies of letters we send home, SATs week information, useful websites and examples of our wonderful work. Don’t forget that every week, Mathletics homework is set - pupils need to log in to complete their homework before they can play any further Mathletics games. All Year 6 homework is set at the start of the week, to be completed by the following Monday.
The Year 6 Team
Please keep making regular visits to check out what Year 6 are up to!
Read All About It
We Are An Army
We're Going on a Journey
Following a collaboration with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust,
Year 6's artwork is on display at New Place, Stratford Upon Avon.
It can be viewed throughout the summer.
SATs Information for Parents
Walking in the Light
Will You Like Me?
Year 6 had lots of fun today learning Banghra dancing with Ria. This is what they thought-
" It was very fun," Lily.
" It was very enjoyable and ar the end most of us were very tired!" Jacob.
"Dancing makes us happy," Taylor
"It was amazing learning something new," Harpreet.
Visit to Leamington Gurdwara
Special Remembrance Assembly
To commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I on November 11th 1918, the whole of Year 6 presented a very moving Remembrance Assembly giving thanks to all those involved and to say 'Thank You' to the entire generation who lived through the war.
Year 6 had lots of fun during their World War 2 themed day. They dressed as evacuess and experienced what life was like during the second World War. They learnt songs and dances from the period, became Bletchley Park code crackers and completed a STEM project about the Spitfire.
A visiting theatre company performed an interactive exciting play about war time Britain and the day was topped off by a visit from a real life evacuee. The children were fascinated by his experiences and had many questions for him.
This is what the children had to say:
" The actors who performed were great because everyone was interested and they got people involved." Larissa
" I liked how we all dressed up for the day, everyone looked so different." Felix
" I liked it when John visited because I think it's cool that we met someone who was actually evacuated. It made it real for me." Corey
Year Six have had CPR training today with Dr Summ from Warwickshire Hearts.
Ask your children what DRAB stands for and what happens when you open a defibrillator.