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Year 6 2022-2023 27 March - 31 March 2023

We have reached the last week of term! The children have been working incredibly hard this week, practising SATs papers to prepare them for May, when they will take their exams. We compared the results from last term to the results from this term and they had all improved. We have also completed our narrative description peice of assessed writing, which the children have really pushed themselves and acheived amazing peices. They have earnt a much deserved rest this Easter break. 

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Year 6 2022-2023 20 March - 24 March 2023

This week, we paid a visit to The Oratory School to take part in a choral day along with other schools in the area. We had a brilliant time and the children really got involved. The day was ran by Alexander L'Estrange, who is a professional composer. We learnt his song that he had written and composed himself, then performed it. The children had to really challege their vocal chords by using a range of high and low notes. 

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Year 6 2022-2023 27 February - 3 March 2023

This week, some of the year 6 children took part in their last cross country competition representing St. Annes. They did a fantastic job, even in the snow, with one of our year 6 girls coming 10th out of 30 year 5 and 6 children across different schools! The children were amazing, when one of the girls was struggling, the others who had finished or already ran, ran alongside her to encourage her. It was a moment of superb sportsmanship, friendship and love for one another - this was echoed when we later received an email from The Oratory School, congratulating us on how well our children had behaved and the sportsmanship they showed to eachother and the other schools. We are incredibly proud of them all. 

In PE, the children made a dance routine for Rick Astley - Never gonna give you up. Watching them all perform it in time and unison was great - Well done guys! 

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Year 6 2022-2023 6-10 March 2023

This week has been exciting for year 6. The children found out their secondary school places for September - Parents, please rememeber to accept your place by 14/03 - and they celebrated their last World Book Day. We had a funfilled off-timetable day where we read, learnt about Shakespeare and wrote a whole school story. 


Year 6 2022-2023 20 February-24 February 2023

This week marked a special time in the Catholic calendar. We celebrated Ash Wednesday mass at St.Anne's church - children who regularly attend mass help with the Offertry procession. We had 4 year 6 children who read during the service, very beautifully. 

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Year 6 2022-2023 6 Februrary-10 February 2023

This week in literacy, we wrote up our independant non-chronological reports in neat. They were based on our book this half term-The Hobbit.

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Year 6 2022-2023 30 January - 3 February 2023

This week in PE, the children practised their rolls and did some work using the apperatis in the hall. Here is also a piece of work from our literacy class.


Year 6 2022-2023 23-27 January 2023

This week in literacy, the children wrote their non-chronological report on an animal of their choice. They researched their habitats and the way the animals live, then put it into an informative text. 

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Year 6 2022-2023 16-20 January 2023

This week in PE, we started our new sport for this term which is gymnastics. We practised different rolls along the mats and worked in teams to synchronise how we moved. 


Year 6 2022-2023 9-13 January 2023

This week in music, we created, composed and peformed our own piece using our voices to change the pitch, texture, dynamic and wave. 


Year 6 2022-2023 5&6 January 2023

Our first day of 2023 in year 6 - French Day! 

We recreated our versions of Paul Cezanne's 'Still life with a skull' in art, made crepes and in history we researched famous French people and made posters about them.


Year 6 2022-2023 Christmas jumper & Christmas dinner day

Year 6's last Christmas jumper and Christmas dinner day at St.Anne's!  


Year 6 2022-2023 12-16 December

This term, year 6 have been learning about impressionist art. This week, they had a go at creating some impressionist art themselves and here are some examples. 


Year 6 2022-2023 5-9 December

With yet another great 3-0 win to England against Senegal on Sunday night, the children (and staff) are still well and truly in World Cup mode. As you may have seen on the school PSA Facebook page, Mr Gaylor promised an inflatable football Santa if he received 50 likes. Staying true to his word, on Monday, the Santa entered the playground and will remain there until the World Cup is over - look out for him on the school run!


Year 6 2022-2023 28 November-2 December

World Cup Fever is rife in St.Anne's at the moment! Watching England win 6-2 against Iran on their first match was such a fab event to share together. Since then, more children; both girls and boys, have been playing football during lunch breaks and free time. 

We also have been decorating Christmas cards that will be sent to elderly/housebound Parishoners and to St.Luke's care home in Emmer Green.


Year 6 2022-2023 21-25 November

Year 6 had a great day dressing up in spots for their last Children in Need day at St.Annes.

We also had a prison guard and a prison govenor come and visit us, telling us what prisons are like, showing us what they wear and answering questions the children had - this linked to our topic of crime & punishment last half term. 


Year 6 2022-2023 14-18 November

This week, the children all voted for their One World Council leaders. They made their choice based upon who they thought was a good role model, who was a good friend, a strong leader and who would be a good spokesperson for the children of St.Annes. The two people who they thought fitted this role perfectly were Fejiro & Ottillie. Congratulations to you both! 


Year 6 2022-2023 7-11 November

Literacy - This half term we are writing a setting decription based on the book 'Holes' that we have been reading this term. We started by first describing what it would be like outside the Warden's cabin, using our body senses. 

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Year 6 2022-2023 31 October - 4 November

Mass - This week was our first Mass back at St. Anne's church since starting year 6. As part of one of the responsibilities of being a year 6; you take part in the ceremony. Some of the children read, some gave the offering, while others greeted the church goers and handed out the orders of service at the door. 


Year 6 2022-2023 17-21 October

Year 6 Gold Tie Assembly-This week, the year 6 children received their gold ties. They all also became sports leaders, receiving a sports leader badge and our Reading leaders were announced; congratulations Rebecca, Gwen, Owee & Emielia! 


Year 6 2022-2023 3-7 October

Year 6 Literacy - This half term, we've been working on writing a persuasive text on why criminals should be punished. Here is an example of our work. 

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Year 6 2022-2023 10-15 October

Year 6 Music - In this lesson, we worked together in groups to compose and perform music for different film scenes. We composed a love story, sadness, tense scene, a danger scene and a chase scene. 


Year 6 2022-2023 12-16 Sept

Year 6 Bleep test


Week 1

Year 6 2022-2023 26-30 September

Year 6 practising their team building skills with Reading Rockets



Year 6 2022-2023 19-23 September

Year 6 recieved their First Aid certificates



Year 6 2021-2022!


Secondary School Appications

Please see the document below which explains the admissions process for secondary schools. 

9.9.21 - English

This week in Literacy children have been writing persuasive texts based on a subject of their choice. Over the coming weeks we shall be editing them to ensure that all of the Year 6 objectives are met.


Year 6 Class Party


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