Year 6

Well done to Mason H for being this week’s Pride winner. Mason demonstrated amazing knowledge on the geography of the world, British history especially of explorers, and the science of the solar system. Mason shared his knowledge with the class superbly but also used that knowledge really effectively to make valuable and relevant connections. Fantastic […]

Congratulations too to both Aimee and Keavy for achieving 100 Pride Points. Well done girls!

Well done to Archi for being this week’s Pride winner for showing fantastic drive and effort in his English learning.

Year 6 children had a great time taking part in the NSPCC Number Day!

Last week’s Pride Award winner for Sycamore class was Sophie who has shown amazing persistence and drive in her maths learning on percentages. Well done Sophie!

A huge well done to Lewis from Sycamore class who has been chosen to play for both ‘Rotherham School Boys’ and ‘Rotherham United Development’. Two fantastic accomplishments Lewis – we are very proud of you!

This week, Dean and Laylan took part in a gardening project based at Thrybergh Primary School. Both boys had a fantastic time and they were keen to tell us all about their experience on their return to school. Well done!

Sycamore class has had another busy week of learning. We continued our learning about Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace and their theory of Evolution in our SFA English learning. We learned how to calculate percentages of amounts in maths and even learned how to write in the future tense in French. An impressive week […]

Gracie from Year 6 has kindly decided to raise money for the ‘Little Princess Trust’ by having her hair cut. The Little Princess Trust provides free, real-hair wigs for young cancer sufferers or for children and young people experiencing the devastating effects of hair loss. They also fund pioneering, life-saving research into childhood cancers. Gracie […]

Archi and Louis from Year 6 have been keeping busy at break times being Eco-Warriors, helping pick up litter around the school grounds. Thank you so much boys for giving up your time and doing your bit to support our environment.