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Swimming à Swimming lessons will be on Monday afternoons. 

                     Children should bring a one-piece swimming costume or trunks and a towel in a 

                     suitable bag for swimming. Goggles may be worn but parents should send in

                     written permission if they wish their child to wear goggles during swimming 


Outdoor PE à Monday afternoon (Year 5 and Year 6)

Outdoor/Indoor PE à Monday afternoon (Year 5 and Year 6)

The children should come to school in PE kit on Mondays and Tuesdays. They do not need to bring their school uniform to school.

PE Kit

  • Plain white t-shirt
  • Black or green plain shorts
  • Tracksuits or jogging bottoms – black or green
  • Trainers
  • [Earrings need to be removed for PE/Swimming lessons]
  • [No bright coloured tracksuits or hoodies]

Swimming Kit

  • Girls à One-piece costume    Boys à Lycra/Endurance shorts or jammers (no baggy shorts or Bermuda style swim shorts)[currently available at Next, Sports Direct and Amazon for less than £10]
  • Towel
  • Swimming hat (for long hair)
  • Goggles may be worn if letter of consent sent in to school.


If your child is unable to participate in PE for any reason, please send a note or message to me on the day.



It is vitally important that the children read for at least 15 minutes every night and also have the opportunity to discuss what they have read. Below, you will find examples of questions you could ask your child to help them to gain a better understanding of what they read.

Spellings are given out on Thursday and tested the following Thursday. Spelling Lists will be sent to parents via Class Dojo. The children should also practise spellings from the Year 5/6 Spelling List in the middle section of their Reading Diaries.



My Y6 Maths Group are expected to be able to recall times tables facts rapidly and will be timed on a speed tables test regularly. Their challenge is to beat their score and their time so need to practise their tables often.