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Pegasus, Orion & Unicorn Yrs 5/6

Superstan production


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Winners of our Superstan poster competition

by Theo Scott and Monty Robins

Diary dates for Term 6


Start of term 6 - Tuesday 4th June

Sports Day - Friday 7th June

Orion Class Assembly - Tuesday 18th June

Y6/Y7 transition week to Broad Oak and Hans Price - Monday 1st July - Thursday 4th July

Super Stan production - Monday 15th July and Tuesday 16th July

Raft Building for Year 5 - Wednesday 17th July

Create Centre for Life Skills for Year 6 - Thursday 18th July

Leavers' Assembly - Tuesday 23rd July


Charterhouse Residential 20th - 24th May 2019

Year 6 had a fantastic time at Charterhouse where they faced challenges, conquered fears and strengthened their friendships with their friends. Take a look at some of our best moments below...

Year 6 finished their SATs and enjoyed an afternoon in the park

Staffing in Year 5/6


Teacher: Miss A Horn

LSA: Miss J Collis


Teachers: Mrs G Tinker (Monday-Wednesday), Mrs C Want (Thursday and Friday)

LSA: Miss E Nation


Teacher: Mr A Clark

HLTA: Mrs M Haberfield

Year 6- Preparing for SATs

Topic this term:

How does our World rage?

Term 1 and 2:

Stargazing Evening

The Year 5/6 children hosted a great stargazing evening.  Each class produced a display of their work, incuding: the phases of the Moon, constellations and asteroids and comets.  They then shared their learning through demonstration, song and powerpoint. 

Thanks you very much to all parents who helped by bringing in the various cakes and cookies that went down very well.  We ended selling everything and raised a total of £137 to go towards the constellation plaque that the children will design for the top of the windmill.

We were fortunate enough to have an expert Astronomer, Jo, from the Space Detectives to come and hold a workshop for all of the children in Year 5/6. They completed a carousel of activities including: using VR to experience the solar system in 3D; designing their own planets; testing the laws of gravity; using a telescope to observe the surface of the sun!

Dear Parents and Carers,


Welcome to Orion, Pegasus and Unicorn class. We are really pleased with the way that your children have settled into their classes. They have quickly adapted to the classroom routines and we have been  impressed with the attitudes they have displayed towards their learning and their overall work ethic.


Our full welcome letter, which outlines our routines and expectations, is attached below (this was also handed out during the meet the teacher session in at the beginning of September).