Year 6 have had a super half term and have absolutely smashed their SATs papers. They have all worked incredibly hard, showing perseverance, dedication and resilience. Not only this but they have conducted themselves with a positive attitude and maximum effort. We are all extremely proud.
This term has also been extremely busy creating some excellent pieces of writing to showcase their writing skills. They have written twisted fairytales; Little Red Riding wolf and Goldilocks’ revenge are just a few fantastic takes the children had on classic fairy tales. In addition, they have created non-chronological reports on the human body and Dairy entries from the perspective of refugees.
Year 6 took part in a fantastic fun run, where some children ran as far as 5km - great effort! In geography, they have been exploring migration, learning about lots of different case studies and learning new terminology about asylum seekers, voluntary and involuntary migration. In PE, year 6 have been developing their cricket and basketball skills and have participated in inter-class competitions.
They look extremely smart in the full school uniforms, and it is nice to see a positive attitude towards their learning since the disruptions of covid. We are looking forward to the last 6 weeks of year 6 with lots of amazing opportunities for our children. We have prom, residential and the school play coming up to celebrate their success and time at High Hazels.
We wish you all a great, restful half term and look forward to coming back for the last half term.
See you soon,
Year 6 team.