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    Year 6

    For the final term of Primary School, Year 6 BTBF sessions are taking place in the woods for Forest School. The children are loving the experiences; being creative, learning new skills, being with friends, learning about nature. A special thanks to Mrs Kelly and Carrie for supporting the children ๐ŸŒฒ ๐ŸŒณ

    May 2022 - Year 6 are taking part in fun PE sessions with Miss Trehane for ‘Be The Best’ this term. Their sessions are linked to teamwork, confidence-building and resilience ๐ŸŽพ

    06/12/21 - Year 6 created their own animal artwork, which is now proudly on display by the stairs!

    01/12/21 - Year 6 were visited by a Gecko! It was amazing to learn about caring for this animal, as well as lots of other fascinating facts!

    16/11/21 - A wonderful visit from Dogs Trust to teach us about how to care for dogs, how to protect them from harm and the work that they do as a charity to ensure that dogs in their care receive the best possible nurture ๐Ÿพ

    We met the Willow - she belongs to Mrs Harris and is absolutely adorable. We will be seeing lots more of her in school!

    05/11/21 - Today, we went and read animal stories to the Reception children - it was so much fun! Then, we went back to our own classroom and learnt about fireworks and how to help pets and wildlife during the firework season ๐Ÿพ

    November - December 2021: This term, Year 6 are undertaking an animal welfare unit. This will involve reading animal stories to younger children, and teaching them about how to be kind to animals, a visit from Dogs Trust, learning about guide dogs, a partnership with Teckels, and lots more!

     

    Be sure to look at this webpage throughout the term to see updates for the animal welfare unit. 

     

     

    We were so lucky to be able to handle some of the artefacts at the Museum in the park. Some of these fab photographs that Michelle Grant took will be used in the new edition of the book. Did you ever think that you would be able to hold a mammoths tooth?

    Year 6 have been very lucky to have been supported by local historian, Mr Hobbs, as part of their โ€˜Be The Bestโ€™ unit this term. Mr Hobbs and Mrs Catt have led sessions about the local area, both past and present. They recently went on a brilliant trip to Museum in the Park, where they saw lots of amazing artefacts and took part in a trail around the site, learning even more about Stroud along the way! A special mention in particular to Mrs Catt for organising such enriching experiences โญ๏ธ๐Ÿ’™

    Year 6 working with Mr Hobbs. We helped him to proof read and edit his book!

    Walking Bus at 8.25am from the Burger Van Layby. We would love to see you there. It runs every day.
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