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Welcome to Year 6

Miss Carter and Mrs Roberts welcome you to the Year 6 page. Each half term we will be sharing news, photographs, special events and achievements.

Summer Term 2024

Being creative with clay
Houses of Parliament Clay challenge
Problem Solving and Team Building
Sports’ Day
Upper Junior Sports’ Day
Using concrete materials in Maths
Tasting fresh pineapple
Year 6 enjoy emergency first Aid Training

Spring Term 2024

Trip to Glan Llyn Chwefror 21ain 2024
We try different activities
Year 6 have enjoyed visiting Glan Llyn residential centre where they have practised their Welsh language skills and enjoyed activities such as rock climbing, raft building, archery and lots more

Autumn Term 2023

 6C Cooking
In Life Skills we baked with apples, we worked in teams to create a tray of apple sponge cakes. Each team chose a team leader and they allocated roles to their team members. We followed the recipe preparing and weighing our ingredients, sharing our duties and cleaning up at the end. Each team successfully baked a tray of cakes containing apples. Da iawn pawb!
6C Gardening
The children created their own plans to show what they would like our future garden to look like. We planted garlic in our potato bed and we measured with a metre ruler to ensure accuracy. Creativity was explored through painting with natural resources and artistic pictures using leaves, sticks, pampas grass, sycamore seeds, pine cones and conkers.
6C TinkerCAD 1 and 2
After looking at the picture book, ‘Journey’ by Aaron Becker, we have used TinkerCAD to create our own 3D digital models of an airship.
6C Word Clouds 1 and 2
We celebrated ‘Black History Month’ and created digital Word Clouds to influence people to show respect and kindness to others.

Summer Term 2023

Making Electrical Circuits and finding how switches work
Researching information to use in a Game to teach about Global warming  May 2023
Team building in Forest School
A busy session in Life Skills making pizza dough, weighing and dividing our dough evenly, designing and planning a symmetrical pizza and creating our own logos and delivery boxes.
In Forest School we created our own obstacle courses, we made sure the courses were safe and after a few test runs, we then blindfolded our teammates and had to guide them through the course! We all used different techniques to get through our courses, some of us had a friend help direct us through the course, whilst others used something to feel out the route!
The Aderfan disaster by George 6C

Spring Term 2023

We made our own pasta dough, we rolled the dough through the pasta machine to make the pasta sheets for our lasagne. We chopped and grated vegetables to add to our tomato based sauce and made a white sauce whisking flour, oil and milk together. It was fun to layer our lasagne and add cheese. It was delicious.
We have been coding to turn our Micro:bits into a times table game!
Learning all about growing vegetables in the school garden. We enjoyed tasting vegetables and creating garden signs in readiness for growing vegetables.
6C have been enjoying Mandarin lessons with Miss Wang
We have used playground chalk to draw and calculate the area of compound shapes

Autumn Term 2022

World Cup celebrations 2022

Learning new skills in Life Skills

Financial Education October 2022

STEM and TECHNOCAMPS Visit October 2022

Summer term 2022

Amber receiving her prize from the Chief Constable of the North Wales Police
Year 6 went out and about looking for signs of pollution in our local area.
Riley , Jack and Jacob in their hideout.
Kieran and Riley testing to see if a potato can generate an electrical charge
PC McManus discussing the theme It’s Your Choice with Year 6
It’s Your Choice
Supporting Ukraine
Investigating with electricity
Finding out how to make electrical components work
Creative – Potato Poster
Creating a chase game using Scratch
Coding challenge to create a Pong style game

Spring term 2022

Freeze Frame drama activity in Read, Write, Inc
Life Skills activity
Den building in Forest School
British Sign Language activity
Working in the Life skills garden
Modelling the digestive process
Life skills garden
Learning how to do long multiplication using denes equipment
Learning how to beat box bilingually with Mr Phormula

Summer Term 2021

Year 6 practicing their hurdling technique
Hurdle races
Learning about the digestive system
Over To You- Outdoor Learning- Hopes and Dreams
Learning about the digestive system in year 6
Digestive system demonstration lesson
Designing and making dreamcatchers for our Hopes and Dreams topic

Spring term 2021

Writing and performing songs
Working together
Testing different parachutes
Science investigation
Science investigation
Outdoor learning
Measuring outside
Making friends laugh for Comic Relief
Enjoying PE on the field
Creating shapes and finding the area and perimeter outside

Spring Term 2020

Chester Zoo Trip

Autumn term 2019

Digestive System Science
Children in Need

Performance with KeyStrings

Year 6 visit to DangerPoint

Year 6 Summer Term

In Year 6, we have begun the Summer Term with lots of revision for our national tests in mathematics and reading but we’ve also had lots of fun with our new topic. It is called, ‘It was acceptable in the ‘80s’ and we’ve already found out so much about this decade.

As part of their transition to Secondary School, Year 6 visited Prestatyn High School and took part in a variety of sporting activities including: bench ball, dodge ball, table tennis, dance and mat ball. A great time was had by all!


As part of their 1980s topic, Year 6 have been using chalk to create their names in a graffiti style.

Year 6 have been busy evaluating, designing and making cushions. They have started to make the cushions and have worked extremely hard as you can see.

Year 6 Spring Term

After a relaxing Christmas, Year 6 came back for a very interesting Spring term full of lots of events including: World Book Day, St. David’s Day, Sport Relief, Tales from Wales and let’s not forget THREE snow days!

Ruby, Leo and Connor who are part of Mr Fuller’s Sports Council helped him organise a Dance-a-thon for Sport Relief. It was a great day that was enjoyed by all.

As part of our Science topic during the Spring Term, Year 6 investigated the height of reaction from adding Mentos to fizzy drinks. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, especially watching Reuben trying to dodge being covered in cola!

Year 6 Autumn Term

During the Autumn term, the pupils were busy settling in to Year 6.

Throughout our topic of WWII the pupils used their numeracy skills to estimate, weigh and convert units of measure during a rationing activity.

The Year 6 pupils used exploration skills in science to make electrical circuits. 

Year 6 visited DangerPoint in Talacre to learn about keeping safe in a range of situations. They had the opportunity to visit different parts of the DangerPoint Centre and were guided by one of the DangerPoint Rangers.  


Each half term we will be sharing news, photographs, special events and achievements as well as providing information on the work planned for each half term.


Here are a few hats that were entered into today’s Easter Bonnet competition:

IMG_1486Take a look at the PTA page to see more from different years.IMG_1488

Download our latest Newsletter

The September 2015 ‘Welcome to Year 6’ Newsletter is now available to download below:

Year 6

CHRISTMAS FAIR – Friday 4th December 2015

This year the Christmas Fair will be held at 3.30pm. Each class will be putting together items for their own Christmas Stall and we are always grateful for any items you may want to donate.  This year your child’s class will be responsible for the:

 Lucky Dip

If you would like to help, please begin to send your donations to school so that we can be sure there are enough items to create the Year 6 Christmas Stall. We are looking for items which are new and up to the value of around £2.00 that would be suitable for a boy or a girl.

Also, if you feel you will be able to help in any way – this could be during the term to help keep things in order, during the afternoon of the Christmas Fair to help set up the stalls or at the Fair itself to help run the stall – please contact the PTA so they can contact you to arrange the times and days you will be able to help.  Any help is always really appreciated.

Swimming lessons for key stage 2

We are pleased to confirm that swimming lessons will resume at the Nova Centre once it has re-opened in January 2016.  We will send further information to you as soon as we can confirm the dates.

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