Y6 Parent’s Night – Monday 25th September

A letter went out last night to inform you that, instead of individual appointments for this first parents’ evening, we have decided to hold an information evening for all Y6 parents. This blog post is to explain why we have done this.

We are holding a whole Y6 information evening at 6.15pm on Monday 25th September to give you all the same information about SATs, homework, routines and expectations. This is instead of individual meetings. The reason behind this is that we find most individual meetings consist of repeated information that is better given to Y6 parents as a group. There will be a chance for questions during this time to clarify any general concerns to all parents.

With regards to information or concerns specific to your child/children, the first parents evening is always about how your child has settled in generally as well as the aforementioned information. If there are any concerns about your child, we will be in touch. So it is safe to assume that if you do not hear from us that your child has settled in well. If, however, you do have specific concerns that you would like to be addressed on a 1-1 basis then we are available in school or via email.

We will be carrying out our first formal assessments of the Y6 children in the week beginning 16th October.  These will give us a really clear picture of where the children are in relation to Y6 expectations, and individual information will be shared after these.

The Y6 Team


Welcome to Year 6!

Welcome back!

Our Y6 class have started their last year at St Wilfrid’s very well . It was great to see their enthusiasm and positive attitudes to school. We are sure they will be a real credit to the school.

Homework will be posted under the homework tab.

If you have any questions, please do come in and see one of us.

Best wishes

Mrs Clements and Mrs Pearson

London Sculptures

We have all enjoyed our morning with Orla’s mum making clay sculptures. Some of us chose to make a London pigeon whilst others designed and made a 3D relief tile to show a famous London building.

Next week when they have dried, we will paint them and display them in school.

Here we are in action!