Year 6 – Octopus

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This week’s learning

In Numeracy, the children will be rounding whole numbers and decimals. Also they will be ordering numbers up to a million! In Literacy, the children will be looking at a key chapter from Harry Potter and using this as a model to write their own version.

Click on the link for our current Harry Potter topic letter.

General Information

As the children start their last year at Primary School it is an exciting time for all of them.  This first half term will see them all taking on the extra responsibility of being the oldest children in the school as they choose their prefect roles and help out around the school.  We know that we have got a wonderful year group and we are excited about all the things they are going to achieve this year.

Upcoming Events

Parent Drop In (Year 6)

9th Oct

Parent Drop-In

11th Oct

Open Day

17th Oct

School Photos – Individual

1st Nov

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Recent Blog Posts

25th September 2017

Harry Potter Arts Week!

Year 6 have been busy during Arts Week creating their Harry Potter masterpieces! The children have shown their artistic talents through carefully painting a key Harry Potter…

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2nd February 2017

“Litterbugs” Comes To Kingsleigh Primary

On Wednesday 25th January we hosted a showing of a new children’s film that is currently touring film festivals world-wide. It is called “Litterbugs” and…

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8th December 2016

Excavation at shine!

During Shine this week, the children were given owl pellets which are small sausage shape pellets containing the undigested parts of the birds food which are…

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