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Welcome to Class 6ST's Super Fantastic Class Page!


This is our very own page. Check out this page to see any messages from me, news from school or even reminders for different events as the year goes by.


We have had a fantastic first two terms and are back in school after our fabulous Spring holidays. Now we are heading towards SAT's. However, even though we will be working hard, we will still find time to have some fabulous fun activities.   We've enjoyed some fabulous educational visits already, including learning to survive alone in the wilderness during our Bush Craft Day, visits to the theatre to listen to authors, as well as learning how to keep ourselves and others safe during our 'Your Choice Conference'....not forgetting the ultimate rap improvisation and beatboxing from 'The Mac of All Trades'! Outstanding!


Thank you for all of your hard work so far and for all of your hard work yet to come in preparation for SATs.




P.E. - Don't forget to bring your PE kit in every Wednesday.


Water Bottles - Our water bottles now need to be taken home on a Friday so that they can be washed out too, keeping them fresh, clean and healthy.



Upcoming Events


Wednesday 11th November - Year 6's Movie Night! We will be watching The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas after studying the book during our Guided Reading sessions. If you attend, we will be providing your with a Happy Meal dinner from McDonalds.


Friday 4th December - This years, one and only, Christmas Fair! Over the next few weeks we will be holding non-school uniform days in exchange for a donation towards our christmas fair in the form or an item, i.e. chocolate, a bottle, etc. Look out for the letters, informing you of the date, heading your way shortly.


Christmas Play - Soon we will begin rehearsals for Gwladys Street's wonderful Christmas play/assembly. Start feeling festive!


Tuesday 12th January (Zigi Shipper testimonial) - Children will visit St. Mary's Church to listen to the testimonial of Holocaust survivor, Zigi Shipper.


Wednesday 13th January (Anne Frank Exhibition) - Children will visit St. Columba's Church to view an exhibition by the Anne Frank Foundation.


Monday 18th January - Drama workshops will take place in St. Luke's Church for Year 6 children about the slave trade.


Tuesday 8th March - Theatre visit to hear authors Guo Yue and Clare Farrow talk about their book 'Little Leap Forward'.


Monday 9th May - SAT's week