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Year 6 - Miss Robinson

Welcome to Year 6!

Results of Autumn 2 Netball Intra-Year Group Competitions:

  • 6R-23 points
  • 6L-30 points
  • 6S-18 points

Congratulations to 6L! no

Winners of Spring 1 Hockey Intra-Year Group Hockey Competition: 6R!! 🌟

Important Info:

  • Maths and English homework is handed out on a Friday and due in on a Wednesday.
  • Spellings are taken from our 105 spelling list.
  • Help with homework is available during a Monday lunchtime from 12.15-12.45pm.
  • Topic homework is due around once a fortnight-dates are provided on the handout sheet.
  • Reading with an adult at home is expected 3 x per week and must be recorded in organisers.
  • PE for Summer is on a Monday or a Tuesday (depending on which day has the nicest weather!) with Miss Robinson (rounders/tennis) and a Thursday with Beth (Ultimate Frisbee).
  • Please always keep a PE kit in school. Kits will be sent home to be washed usually at the end of a half term.

Career Aspirations Morning-Derby College, Ilkeston.

Y6 Anti-smoking Campaign:


Year 6 have been busy writing posters and letters to persuade people of Ilkeston to stop smoking. We are so proud of their achievements and hoping that their hard work helps at least one person to quit. Their work is currently displayed in Ilkeston Hospital.

SATs Breakfast Club-a huge thank you to the Co-Op for their generosity!!

Sats Parent Meeting

We are now in Spring 2 and SATS are getting closer. The children are working hard and as a result are showing great progress. Thank you to all the adults that were able to make our meeting this week. For those who weren’t able, we have added the short video explanation and the letter that was given out on the parent tab, then KS2 SATS page.

Any further questions-please come and talk to the Y6 staff.

Thanks for your continued support!

Year 6 Team 😊

World Book Day 2019

Christmas Party 2018 πŸŽ‰πŸŽ

Body Image and the Media:

On Tuesday 27th November, we pulled in a lesson on body image and the media after we watched a Newsround clip the week before where this was the key focus. We felt it important to address this and the issues caused by images our pupils see on a daily basis, on the news, in magazines and on social media platforms.


We looked at several before and after photos after celebrities' images had been heavily edited. We discussed why this type of software is used and the effects it has on people of all ages who see these photoshopped images, especially when they are passed off as real life! Below is an example of Miss Robinson's edited picture:


Hope, an anti bullying drama workshop for Y6, came to our school on Tuesday 20th November.

Get safe online.

Remember that passwords are like pants and should not be shared with strangers and should also be changed regularly! Have a look at the link below to test your own passwords!

Handy methods Y6 use in Maths!

Have a look below for useful images and videos to help explain new methods to adults at home!