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Tuesday 16th July

Year 6 Leaver's Disco

Tuesday 9th July

Year 6 Production - Bambinatum Est Magitum

A massive well done to all of the year 6 children. You have done a brilliant job and the production was fantastic. We look forward to seeing it all again on Thursday.


Monday 25th June

Sport’s Week

Today, Year 6 began their 5K challenge to raise money for the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust. They got off to a great start and I am sure many children will manage far more than 5K by the end of the week. 

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Thursday 16th May

Well done Year 6 on completing your SATs! You have worked hard this year towards these and should be proud of yourselves.  Last push now for our writing then it's rehersals for our production!

Mrs Cook and Mrs Southworth

Friday 26th April

This morning year 6 were visited by ex-pupil Emily Hom, who came to share information about mental health with them. She felt it was important to raise awareness of this topic and issue to get people talking about it and to know that they have support and can get help if needed.

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Wednesday 24th April


Despite the weather, 6LC managed to enjoy a Lacrosse lesson with Mr Smith before the rain set in. This was a new sport for many in the class but they all threw themselves into the tasks and learned some new skills.


Friday 5th April

This morning, the juniors took part in the annual ‘Egg Mobile’ contest. This year we have given the project a STEM focus, where the children have worked through their designs in school time, creating the shell of their mobiles at school, finishing off at home. We have been extremely pleased with the number of children in our class who took part this year and the hard work and effort they have put into their egg mobiles - well done. This afternoon, as part of their STEM project work, the children we be evaluating their designs based on the level of success they had in the competition, as well as identifying areas for improvement potentially based on the greater success of others’.

World War Two Trip

Today year 6 went to the Stockport air raid shelters and museum. The children (and even the adults) dressed in World War 2 style clothing and met actors from the shelters. They were then transported back in time to become new evacuees waiting to be billetted to their new homes. It was a great in character day to further understand what it was like for young evacuees of Stockport during the blitz. 


All of the children were great, taking part and asking very interesting and thoughtful questions. By the end of the day the children were even excited to start doing chores like cleaning the dishes and laundry!

Monday 17th January

Christmas Fair

What a great afternoon! The children had a fantastic time preparing and running their stalls. Here are some photos of the event.

The Holiday Show

Well done to all of year 6. They all worked very hard to produce brilliant presentations about their countries. Thank you to everyone who came to watch our show, we all enjoyed it very much. 

The Holiday Show

Wednesday 21st November

Annual School Quiz at Wellington Secondary School

This evening Mr smith accompanied 6 of our year 6 children to Wellington secondary school to take part in their annual quiz night. The children did very well and secured 2nd place behind Heyes Lane! Well done team!

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Wednesday 14th November

Anti-Bullying Week

"Choose Respect" is the theme of Anti-Bullying week this year so 6LC have been discussing how we can show respect to each other. The class came up with some very thoughtful suggestions, many of which I already see them doing every day. We also looked at how unique everyone is. The class wrote a kind comment about their shoulder partner, that we stuck on the board on the classroom for everyone to see. As part of this, we also created some art work using the word 'Respect'. We examined the art work of four different artists, who were all unique in their own way, and used their pictures as inspiration to create our own unique piece of art. 

Monday 12th November

Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week has got off to great start. Everyone's odd socks looked great and added a splash of colour around the school. They also helped to highlight how unique we all are.

We have also been selling Anti-Bullying wrist bands, to raise money for the alliance, which were selling fast during break time.

6LC also took part in a virtual reality experience today, looking at bullying. They were immersed in a scenario about bullying and then discussed how the situation could have been handled to put a stop to it as soon as possible. The class conducted a mature and reflective discussion about the scenario.They also talked about why bullies sometimes bully and that it is not always as clear cut as it seems.

Friday 19th October

English - Class Presentations

As a homework task, Year 6 were asked to prepare a presentation for the class on a topic of their choice. The children did not disappoint and the teachers thoroughly enjoyed listening to all the speakers. We were were treated to some fantastic PowerPoint presentations as well as some special visitors. 

Well done to all the children for creating such super presentations.

Thursday 12th October

Science - Shadow Puppets

This week, 6LC have been creating shadow puppets as part of our science topic on light. This was was a lovely way to draw our topic to an end and the children came up with some very imaginative  stories involving well know fairy tale characters.

Friday 5th October

Harvest Festival


Thank you for all your kind Harvest donations. All the donations will be given to local food banks.

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Monday 1st October

Art - Photography

This half term, year 6 have been looking at Manchester photographers and have created their own photographs in this style. We were very impressed with the results. 

Wednesday 12th September


Science- Light

Today, 6LC investigated how light travels and bounces of surfaces so we can see. In our first experiment, the children identified the different rays of light (incident and reflected) and then measured the angles of the rays using the normal line. We then made our own periscopes out of cereal boxes which was great fun.