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Harry Potter at home!!!!! It’s too good to be true 😍😍😍😍😍😍 https://t.co/2XzES3xD4H
Couldn’t come at a better time - we were about to look at protractor world when we had to shut 👍👍👍 https://t.co/15NrYkid5G
Wow! Maybe you could ring someone in your family and ask them something they remember from when they were younger and write a newspaper report on it 👍 @WarstonesP https://t.co/9x9DohzR7O
Click on the emoji below to be able to chat with your Year 6 friends every day between 12-1pm. Comments made outside of this time frame will not be posted. Normal school rules apply and remember Mrs Bayliss will be checking in on the chat room every day. Enjoy!
Victory in Europe Celebration
Wednesday 12th February sees us putting on an afternoon of celebrating the immense effort that our children have put into our "A Child's War" topic.
Please join us in the KS2 hall at 2.15 for music, dancing and a chance to look at some of our fabulous work.
The children can come dressed in clothes from the period all day and may also wish to bring in just a few bits of food to share during our celebration.
As the school year progresses, we need to remind you that if your child has put their name down for Kington, we need to keep on top of the finances.
Any money owed would be greatfully received in the school office.
The opportunity to take part in Bikeability once more. Please return any slips to school.
A meeting will be held on Tuesday 14th January at 6.00PM in the KS2 hall.
This will be a chance to talk about the arrangements for SATs week as well as a chance to buy some excellent revision materials at rock-bottom prices.
Welcome to the Spring Term
It's heads down and noses to the grindstone as we approach "The Tests Which Must Not Be Named"
As we continue to work hard, we would love you guys still to be reading and practicing our times tables at home too.
Our topic is A Child's War - an in depth exploration of the Second World War and the effect it had on our country especially the lives of our children.
If you have any memorabilia or stories lurking at home (that isn't too valuable), we would love to see it!
Please find attached the information that was sent home in January
The ugly side of messaging services is beginning to rear its ugly head in Year 6.
Please, please, please be mindful of what your children get up to on their phones as it can be very upsetting for them.
Our Twitter Account
If you're a Twitterer (?), why not catch up with what we are up to thanks to our new Year 6 Twitter feed?
Mrs Bayliss and Mr Cook will be posting photos of us all in action and sending reminders through that platform.
Follow us @WarstonesYear6
Welcome to Year 6
We welcome Mr Powell to our hard working team and can't wait to show him what we know we're capable of here at Warstones.
Mr Powell, Mr Cook and Mrs Bayliss are really looking forward to seeing you again to start a fresh new year as part of the hardest working year group in school
Click on the links below to find our curriculum map and links to the new homework ideas for our new topic - Revolution - a look at Victorian Britain.
We will be doing PE every Tuesday so please make sure that you have the correct kit. Games lessons will be taking place after half term so we don't need kit on Fridays yet.
If you have any concerns or questions, please get in touch at the end of the day or before school and we will be happy to put your minds at ease.
The way that we will be doing homework this year will be the same as last year. Please continue to read as much as possible, work on your times tables and have a look at our spellings lists.
Children who hand in homework will be rewarded with buckets and buckets of house points.
Here at Warstones Primary School we embrace BRITISH VALUES and teach our
The Rule of Law
Mutual Respect and Tolerance of Different Faiths and Beliefs
Year 6 visit to the Black Country Museum