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Believe, Care, Strive, Achieve

Class 6R 2020-2021

In Year 6, we have lots of challenges to work towards like our Duke of Alne Folder and working hard to earn our purple hoodies! To get to gold in our Duke of Alne, we have to accomplish 6 different activities like a new skill, arts, sport and keeping fit, current affairs….

Our hoodies are earned by following the school values of “Strive, Believe, Care and Achieve”.

We also work very hard in class in all areas of the curriculum and our topic this half term is North America, the book we are studying is Wonder and our science is Animals in their Environment. But we do also enjoy being outdoors doing sport and forest school too with Mr Chappell. Mrs Porter and Mrs Robson help us in class.

We’re looking forward to being able to work with our Buddies in Reception soon and help them to enjoy reading as much as we do by designing our Buddy Bags for all their favourite stories!

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