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Class 6

Class 6

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admin on: Class 6

We are currently attempting to burn photos and videos onto discs to send home.

Should this not work, please get in touch:

If you have a Dropbox account, I find that this is the easiest way to send it.

Mr C

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Last Day!

admin on: Class 6

Well, we are here... 

This has been an incredible year, with the most lovely class that I could have imagined.

Mrs Johnson and I would like to thank you all for having such wonderful children and sharing them with us. We'd also like to thank you for the kind words, the amazing gifts and a really great Leavers' Party... I would have stayed longer if I didn't have a job to do today!

I hope you agree that the Leavers' Assembly went so well... probably the best one I've been part of.

I'm sure it will all get quite emotional here later today, so apologies now for the state of your children when they leave :)

Have a great summer!

Mr C and Mrs Johnson

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Laser Shooting

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I've been doing this for more than a few years now, but yesterday was by far the most fun. I really love being able to shoot the children in my class (does that make me a bad person?) in a wood in the sunshine. 

Fantastic; I'm really going to miss this wonderful class!

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Year 6 - Final Week.

admin on: Class 6

The final week is almost upon us, so here's a rundown of what will be happening:

Monday - Leavers' Trip - normal arrival and pick up time. Children to wear sensible clothes for running around a wood - consider nettles etc. No lunch needed, as we'll be at Nando's (a new experience for some of us).

Tuesday - Lots of prep for Leavers' Assembly.

Wednesday - Last day with Mrs Kendal.

Thursday - Leavers' Assembly for the school in the morning, then for parents/grandparents/carers at 2pm (ish).

Friday - Shirt signing - bring Sharpies etc. Water fight - bring any water guns that you have AND a change of clothes/towel. Nerf War! Bring Nerf guns and as many bullets as possible.

Incredible, eh? Hasn't it flown? We are all starting to get a little sad (well, I am).

Any queries, please get in touch:

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admin on: Class 6

Incredibly, baking went on in my class this afternoon, thanks to all my talented children and their AMAZING parents/grandparents and even neighbours!

We made cakes for the Summer Fair tomorrow...

Please come along to the year 6 stall and buy some of our scrumptious creations! 

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Art with Mr Dean

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Yesterday, Mr Dean came from Holmfirth High - along with 7 year 10 students - to teach a full day of printing. 

The printing was based around cats and evolved as the day progressed.

It was a superb day, all enjoyed - thanks Mr Dean!

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Y6 Art

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We will be welcoming Mr Dean this Thursday (27th June), along with some of his year 10 artists.

Together they will be teaching us art/printing.
There is EVERY possibility that the children will get ink on their clothes, so please send them in either a) old clothes that you won't be worried about getting ink on, or b) an old shirt to wear over their clothes.

Thanks - Mr C

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admin on: Class 6

Our project for next week - w/c 1/7 - will be an enterprise cake baking project.

We will be planning at the beginning of the week and baking on Thursday 4th July, during the afternoon.
I'd like to invite as many of you in as possible to help us with this.

The cakes will be sold on our Year 6 stall at the Summer Fair and the group who make the most money will win the project for that week.

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Transition Day

admin on: Class 6

Tuesday 2nd July is the transition day for all children.

On this day, you will need to make arrangements for your child to get to and from high school. If your child is going to Holmfirth High, most children seemed to meet outside Netherthong Primary and walk together.

The children are to wear their normal school uniform, but will also need to wear trainers for sporting events during the day.

They need to be at high school for 8:45am start and the day will end at 3:25pm. High school have advised they should take £3.50 for lunch.

I will be letting them know their forms before they leave here on Monday the 1st.

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Carnegie Book Club

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10 children from year 6 were challenged with the task of reading all eight books that were finalists for this year's Carnegie award, within the last couple of months. Mrs Johnson and I joined them in this and yesterday we all went to Holmfirth High School to an event run by Read bookshop. 

At the event we took part in workshops to discuss the books with other schools and then we voted on our own personal favourites, before the actual winner was announced.

The book that won the Carnegie prize was 'The Poet X' by Elizabeth Acevedo, which was also the winning book at our event.

All eight books are now available to read for any of the year 6 children to read, but parents should be aware that some have more adult content and are aimed at KS3 level children. If you have any questions, please get in touch.

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