Year 6 have started to make candy canes out of clay, ready to be painted next week 🎨


The book fair has arrived at Kent House! 📚 Please see letter attached with information on how we are making it covid-safe


Wow that is incredible progress 😍


A fantastic kindness rap written by some of our year 6's 🥰


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What a lovely challenge, it certainly put a smile on our faces 😀


Happy Wednesday everyone 🌈 This week's wellbeing challenge: how many people can you make smile today? 😊 We'd love you to keep count and tell us how many! Have a wonderful day 🤗


🚨For parents & carers 🚨 Our November Newsletter is now available on our website, make sure you check it out!


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WHAT A WEEK 🤩 A massive thank you to everyone who took part in & this year! It's so amazing to see people not just in the UK but around the world working together to be Did you take part? Let us know by liking or RT'ing 💙


It has been amazing to be able to give out so many certificates for kindness today after our 'It's Cool to be Kind Week' 🌈 All of our pupils have shown kindness in so many ways 🤗


Year 6 have been learning about leaf classification in science this week. They picked their own leaves from our secret garden and made scientific drawings of them 🌿


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If you are thinking about starting a career in primary education, we would love to meet you! Come and meet the team online via Zoom on Wednesday 25th November! To register, please click on Eventbrite link:


Wow, what fantastic work from year 1 with beautiful handwriting!


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🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: Take a look at this toolkit specifically developed to support parents and carers.


Year 2 have been painting some beautiful, autumnal leaves in art today 🍂 How stunning are they?


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Fantastic challenge from ! Simple, practical things children can do to , connect with others and generate a lovely sense of giving.


Happy Wednesday everyone 🌈 To coincide with our 'It's Cool to be Kind' week, this week's wellbeing challenge is our 15 random acts of kindness. Try to complete as many as you can today! Let's spread kindness 🤗


Year 6 have been learning about different types of families in PSHE and have started to create their own books for younger children about them 👨‍👩‍👦👨‍👩‍👧‍👦👨‍👨‍👦‍👦


🌈 In aid of 'It's Cool to be Kind' Week, we are going to be spreading joy throughout our community. It all starts with kindness. Watch this space! Thank you year 1 🌈


Thank you so much to all of our wonderful pupils and staff who took part in today 🌈

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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6:
Martin Luther King Jr Class, Barack Obama Class and Kofi Annan Class

Miss Simmons is teaching Martin Luther King Jr Class this year, Mr Griffin and Ms Marlow are teaching Barack Obama Class and Mr Dunn and Miss Field are the class teachers in Kofi Annan Class.


Welcome to year 6! We hope you find the information below useful. This information will help you support your child at home with the organisation of their week and their learning at home.

Key Times


Due to our catch-up curriculum, which aims to support children in their return to school, we will be setting Music and DT as home learning. Children will access their music curriculum on and their DT on Purple Mash


In year 6, the PE days are Monday and Wednesday. Please ensure that your child has their PE kit on these days.


Due to current circumstances we are limiting trips and external visitors but will work to provide enrichment opportunities.

Key Times

For Year 6, the school day will begin at 8.55, and end at 3.40. Children in year 6 are welcome to come in from 8:30 where there will be a soft start activity that they can complete. Please stick to these timings as each year group has their own start and end time to ensure social distancing


What are we learning?


In Literacy, we will continue to read “Holes”. Holes is an exciting, hilarious and powerful story about crime, punishment, redemption and lots of holes. We will be using the text as a basis for creating poetry and narrative writing.


In maths, we will be focusing on Multiplication and division, time, fractions and problem solving. We will also be doing catch-up sessions in order to support with areas taught during lockdown.


Plants and cells will be our focus in science, thinking about reproduction in plants, the structure of cells and features of leaves.  


We will be continuing comparing different areas in geography thinking about London and Fort William in Scotland. We will be focusing on demographics and how an area can change over time.


In History, we will continue to learn about the Victorians, thinking particularly about the British Empire and the slave trade.


In RE, we will be moving on from learning about the concept of commitment and exploring how significant it was that Mary was Jesus’s mother.


We will be starting off with e-safety in computing, creating our own games that focus on different concepts related to e-safety. We will then move on to spreadsheets and learning how to apply their use to real life contexts.


In Art, we will be learning about collages with a focus on using a range of techniques including mixed-media collages involving drawing, painting and photomontage.


In French, we will start by re-capping how to talk about colours. We will then move on to learning how we can talk about different countries.


In PSHE we will continue to think about families and relationships. We will also have a focus on wellbeing.


In PE we will be doing basketball and dodgeball.


On Charanga, children will be learning about music that makes us happy.


In DT we will learning about how heat transfer and insulation.   


How can I help at home?

One of the key ways every parent can help is to ensure that your child is at school every day and on time. Other than this, the main way you can help is by ensuring that your child reads every day, for at least 30- minutes – this can be with you, or on their own, but it is the most effective way of ensuring that your child progresses and learns outside of school. Practicing times tables frequently is vital.

Children have logins for Mathletics, Literacy Planet and Purple Mash– please encourage them to use this frequently, as it will really help with their quick recall of mathematical facts.

If you have any questions, please talk to Miss Simmons, Mr Griffin, Ms Marlow, Mr Dunn or Miss Field or you can arrange a meeting via Zoom.


Miss Simmons, Mr Griffin, Ms Marlow, Mr Dunn and Miss Field