And so it ends...

Congratulations Class of 2018 - you have been great and I will miss you all. Good luck in the future, whatever you do, I am sure you will succeed.

Mrs Nash


As you are aware, Year 6 have been working on their end of year production - Jonah. We are very excited and looking forward to seeing all of you on Wednesday afternoon or Thursday evening. Teachers and support staff have been working tirelessly, creating scenery, making or finding props and helping the choir to learn their songs. The choir were in fine voice in rehearsal this week and it makes such a difference to have them singing along so enthusiastically, so please make sure they are there on Thursday evening - it really does have a huge impact on the performance and it is so lovely to see other year groups taking part and supporting Year 6!

We have also been looking forward to the summer fair. The School Council will be getting wet as usual - please remember to bring a change of clothes and a towel School Council! 

To help us raise money for the concert costumes, we will be selling any left over snacks from the fair in the playground at playtime next week.



Welcome back to the summer term in Y6.

We will be very busy preparing for the SATs and our school concert (more on that later...) Please could you make sure that children go to bed at a sensible time so that they are rested and fully awake, ready to work each day. We had a lot of yawns this morning - I don't think I'm that boring! Some children tell me they go to bed after ten - far too late for this busy time of the year.

Before the holiday, Y6 held a book sale to raise money for dictionaries. We have some money towards the new books, but need more!

We will be holding another book sale at three o'clock on Thursday 19th April, followed by a final sale on Friday 20th After Kiddush. If you are visiting the Israel Fair, why not stop by and bag a few bargains on your way out?