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Welcome to Year 6

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Summer 2

Welcome back after your well earned break.

 

Reminders

 

Library books will be changed on Mondays.

PE will be on Wednesdays.

Forest School will be on Thursdays.

 

Please make sure you have the right equipment with you on these days.

 

Key Dates

 

  •       MMU – Primary Festival – Wednesday 10th June  - packed lunch required

·         Robinwood  Residential – Monday 22nd – Wednesday 24th June

·         Chester Zoo – Wednesday 8th July – packed lunch required

·         Ten Pin Bowling – Wednesday 15th  July

·         McDonalds –  Wednesday 15th July

·         Crime and Punishment visit – Thursday 16th July

·         Production – Tuesday 21st July (2pm and 6pm)

·         Year 6 Leavers Assembly – Friday 24th July 9:15am

 

See below for the Year 6 newsletter.

Homework

MMU Primary Festival

Year 6 visited MMU last week for the Primary Futures Festival.  We got to interview some students about university life and had a tour of the All Saints campus.  Later, we participated in a workshop where we explored what we wanted to be doing in 15 years time – we all have great aspirations!  The future is looking very bright for our Millbrook graduates!!

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Well done to all of Year 6 this week, you have worked so hard this year and I am sure you will all get the results you want.

We are all extremely proud of you - now relax and enjoy the rest of your time at Millbrook.

Mrs Day.

World Book Day

World Book Day - Recording our book reviews for the school radio

Maths Key Recall Facts Year 6

Year 6 have hand carved Christmas Trees and Reindeers

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Thank you to all who attended our Christmas workshop

Remembrance Assembly

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Year 6 were evacuated to the Tatton estate.  Aunt Mary at Home Farm was very cross to have 21 children billeted to her small cottage, especially as we had all forgotten our ration books!  To earn our keep we were put to work on the farm; feeding the animals, milking the cows and cleaning the tack.  In the afternoon, there was an air raid and we had to hide in the air raid shelter.  It was cold and dark but we kept ourselves occupied by singing wartime songs.

Crucial Crew - We had a great morning at Crucial Crew - learning how to stay safe

Maths challenge - see if you can solve the problem

Bantams

 

Some of Y6 watched a performance of ‘Bantams’ at Hyde Festival Theatre.  The play followed the fortunes of 5 local young men who were initially refused when they tried to volunteer for WWI, but were eventually allowed to serve.  It also dealt with the effects of the war at home and the relationships between the young men and their women at home.  The play consolidated the children’s learning about WWI and its impact on our local area.

Some pictures from our 1st week broadcasting on the School Radio