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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6!

There are 31 children in our class. Our teacher is Mrs. Kelly and our teaching assistant is Mrs. Patel.


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Today, Year 6 took part in a workshop delivered by Odd Arts. The workshop explored the childrenโ€™s thoughts and feelings about transitioning to High School.

Y6 are working on their Fiver Challenge advertising campaigns this week. Work has included writing persuasive texts, newspaper reports and designing posters to display around school.

Our Y6 Rounders Team enjoyed a wonderful afternoon of playing matches against fellow Worsley Cluster schools. Well done!

Year 6 attended Crucial Crew at Haldene Barracks, Salford. Children took part in a variety of activities centred around health and safely.

The British Red Cross came into school today, giving Year 6 children guidance on general first aid procedures and resuscitation techniques.

As part of our World War Two topic, artist Paul Pickford worked with Y6 today, focusing on London above and below ground. We produced artwork based on the London skyline during the Blitz and the use of the London underground as air raid shelters. This provided us with a strong contrast in terms of both colour palettes and techniques.

As part of our World War Two topic, we have been designing and making Anderson Shelters.

As part of our 'Animals, Including Humans' science topic, we have investigated the impact of exercise on pulse rates.

Y6 would like to thank Manchester Fire and Rescue Service for their talk on Autumn Fire Safety.

On Tuesday 19th September, Year 6 attended Fred Longworth High School for a taster morning. We thoroughly enjoyed the History and French sessions, being able to experience life as a High School student.

Archive - Our time in Year 5


This was us in Year 5. There were 30 children in our class. Our class teacher was Mrs Jones and our teaching assistant was Mrs Cunliffe.