Year 6 teachers and support staff were overwhelmed with your generosity and heartfelt words.
The graduation (rainy) lunch was a lot of fun with the amazing ice-cream van experience topping it off so well. Thank you to everyone who helped organise that.
The gift bag contents and yearbook were adored by the children. The t'shirts now covered with the names of old friends and new. Items they can treasure forever, thanks to parents.
The ceremony started on a high with the parents song (and visuals) with not a dry eye in the house and a lot of laughter. We can't wait to tell Ciaran - here's the link. It's only up until Weds 26th July. Password Timberlake.
The graduation itself was an opportunity for us to acknowledge your amazing children and what they have meant to us this year. They truly have been a joy and they have worked so hard in all areas of school life.
Finally the gifts you so generously gave were amazingly kind and generous. The card messages were so thoughtful. We are truly grateful and overwhelmed.
Good luck kids (and parents). Please come and let us know how you are all getting on in September.
Have an amazing summer!!
Year 6 team
Please spread the word about how great it was! Thanks again to Madame Mahvelati for all of her hard work organising.
Thank you to the PTFA for the amazing disco. The children loved and appreciated all of your hard work!
If your child has a school meal, please ensure your account is in credit at all times.
If your account is in arrears, Harrison's will no longer provide a meal, and your child will be asked to provide a packed lunch.
Starts in September.
Please continue to read over the summer. Who doesn't love a good book on the beach, in the park or under a tree?
There is no specific homework for Spelling and Grammar - continue to look over the spelling lists for Year 3 - Year 6 to ensure your super confident with these ready for secondary school!
There is no specific Maths and Multiplication Tables homework - there is a super amount of exciting preparation needed for Dr Dolittle and Science Fair to be getting started with.
There is no creative home learning Summer 2. The Science Fair offers a fantastic out of school opportunity to be creative, collaborative and self-led.
Should children wish to create anything linked to our topics and bring them into school, we would welcome them warmly.
Learning this week
English starts again in September.
Maths starts again in September.
Year 6 had the task of imagining, marketing and producing a fruit salad for Tesco. The task was The Apprentice comes to Fielding as pupils were working in groups in competition with each other. There was a strict design brief that had to be followed, including the dimensions and packaging for the salad. Pupils had to decide what type of salad they were going to create and how to present it on the plate to ensure the most amount of customers. Here are some pictures from The Apprentice in 6H!
starts again in September.
starts again in September.