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The Foundation of Light are providing a family learning course for our Year 6 children. The course is going to be based on Year 6, maths and english and will give tips and tricks to help SATs preparation.
Family learning is two separate days; Maths and English SATs preparation. You can sign up for one or both. Please state on return slip. 1 child + 1 adult (is 19+ and a family member). If you have any queries or questions please contact Mrs Burton.
The course will run here in school from 1pm - 3pm and will start in January. For more details see the letter children have brought home or click the link below.
This week we are celebrating Anti-Bullying week.
In Year 6 for anti-bullying week our challenge is to do something special for somebody else in the class anonymously. This could be something as simple as paying them a compliment, getting out their pencil case or drawing a picture. No purchases are necessary to complete this challenge but we encourage the children to be as creative as possible with their sentiments.
Year 6's Youtube Channel, Crook Tube, is now live! As a year group, the children drew upon British values in order to decide on the name of their channel, and used literacy skills to plan and write a description to inform viewers about the content that they will produce.
Year 6 have now planned, filmed and posted their very first video titled 'Muddy Mayhem'. Please visit our channel at the following link to discover more about what a fun and muddy Friday we had last week: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OK5aoo5N4b4
We would like to say a huge congratulations to Charlotte this week. She participated in a challenge set at King James 1 Academy, on Wednesday night, in which she needed to complete a challenge in 6 different areas of the school. After each challenge was completed she received a stamp in her leaflet which was then entered into a prize draw to win a Chromebook!
So, when Mr Grieveson rang to speak to Charlotte personally on Thursday morning to say she had won we were all super proud of her achievement!
Well done Charlotte, you have made an amazing first impression!
Our next success story is from Abbie! We were set a challenge this week by our school president, Emily, to get ourselves outside and feel the autumn air on our cheeks! Abbie went for a walk around Crook and collected some leaves, all different colours from the turning of autumn. Abbie then decided to make the leaves into a piece of art and brought it into school to show us. Well done Abbie!