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Hi Year 6,

Well done for your hard work this week.

Use the poster below to help you with your knowledge of contractions.

Good luck!

Year 6,

Use the posters below to help you learn personal and possessive pronouns

Possessive Pronouns

Personal Pronouns

Hi Year 6,

Use the attached poster to help you memorise common determiners.

Hey Year 6,

Well done for working so hard this week. Have a look at the two posters below to help you with your revision of angles and remembering possessive pronouns.

Can you come up with a way to remember the names of different types of angles?

Remember, possessive pronouns are used to show who owns, or can be linked to, an item. It is their possession.

Have a great weekend!

22nd April is  Stephen Lawrence Day.
Please remember that like most young people, he juggled an active social life, school work, family commitments, and part-time employment. But he also had ambitions to use his talent for Maths, Art, and Design to become an architect and wanted to have a positive impact on his community.
Tragically, his dream of becoming an architect was never realised. On 22 April 1993, at the age of just 18, Stephen was murdered in an unprovoked racist attack. He didn’t know his killers and his killers didn’t know him.
After the initial police investigation, five suspects were arrested but not convicted. A public inquiry into the handling of Stephen’s case was held in 1998, leading to the publication of the Macpherson Report, which has been called ‘one of the most important moments in the modern history of criminal justice in Britain’.
It led to profound cultural changes in attitudes to racism, to the law and to police practice. It also paved the way for a greater understanding of discrimination of all forms and new equalities legislation.
The Stephen Lawrence Foundation uses the hashtag “ALEGACYOFCHANGE to help amplify the cause.  If you are on social media you can show your support by using the hashtag on any Stephen Lawrence posts and / or by following the foundation on social media platforms.
RIEP Stephen Lawrence​

Hey Year 6,

Use the attached Verb Tenses poster to help you learn/remember the difference between verb tenses.

What patterns can you spot? How can you help yourself remember the differences? Could you create a mnemonic or acronym?


Good luck!


Year 2 went on a trip to visit London Landmarks. We took the 343 bus and visited the Shard. It was taller than most of us expected! We then walked over London Bridge and saw the Monument for the Great Fire of London. We really loved seeing the landscapes we learnt so much about! We then trodded to the Tower of London which ‘looked like a huge castle’. Finally, we crossed Tower Bridge, looked out across the Thames and got on a bus back to school. It was an eye-opening adventure. Now, we are going to write all about it…





Please check out these wonderful community options for the Easter Holiday break.

E Safety Safeguarding Quiz MARCH 2022

We have noticed a rise in issues regarding the use of online social media platforms and devices.

Please check out our quiz (click on link), to see how much you know about how we work to ensure that all pupils are safe when online and to open a discussion with your child or other family members.

Remember, we are always available to speak with you about any concerns or advice you may need about keeping safe online.

Remind your child NOT to share any personal information online and to ensure any online accounts are only accessible by close family and friends.