Welcome to Year 6!

The staff in Year 6 are:

Mrs Dodd 6D

Miss E Jones 6J

Ms White

Mrs Tootell

Mrs Pritchard

Ms Clynch

Mrs Hopwood

Useful information:

Homework and PE Timetable:

Reading books will be changed as children finish the book – do remember they should be reading at least three times a week.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
PE PE
Spellings to be tested
Homework to be returned Homework and spellings given out

 

If your child has misplaced their spelling homework please see spellings below:

Mrs Dodd Miss Jones Mrs Clynch Ms Hopwood
accompany

average

conscience

develop

explanation

immediately

necessary

privilege

rhythm

symbol

according

awkward

conscious

dictionary

familiar

individual

neighbour

profession

sacrifice

system

accompany

average

conscience

develop

explanation

immediately

necessary

privilege

rhythm

symbol

according

awkward

conscious

dictionary

familiar

individual

neighbour

profession

sacrifice

system

accompany

average

conscience

develop

explanation

immediately

necessary

privilege

rhythm

symbol

according

awkward

conscious

dictionary

familiar

individual

neighbour

profession

sacrifice

system

accompany

average

conscience

develop

explanation

immediately

necessary

privilege

rhythm

symbol

according

awkward

conscious

dictionary

familiar

individual

neighbour

profession

sacrifice

system

Year 6 news...

Gymnastics

Year 6 have been working hard to put gymnastics routines together, using jumps and body part balances.


Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day

On Friday 13th December we wore Christmas jumpers to help raise money for Save the Children. Here are some pictures of the fluffy, funny and colourful jumpers we wore!


Football Competition

Year 5 and 6 playing their socks off in the Liverpool Football Club competition.


Reading Buddies

Year 3 and Year 6 reading buddies met to learn about two influential people in history Dr Thomas and John Barnardo.


Gymnastics in P.E

We have been practising our gymnastics skills in P.E this half term.


Well Being Day

On Thursday 24th November, we celebrated ‘Well Being Day’. Year groups carried out various activities throughout the day. Some of us had the opportunity to take part in peer massage- this was very relaxing! Others participated in Lego Therapy, which we loved! One class even had a karaoke session- this made us feel GREAT! Thank you Mrs Porter for our wonderful yoga session. It was a relaxing and lovely day at Mersey Park. We loved coming into school in our comfy slippers!

 


We got a black, opaque tube and put it on the table with our eye over it. We couldn’t see anything– it was pitch black! This is because the card was opaque and no light could get in to bounce off any objects and into our eyes.

Next, we put different coloured counters in the tube and we still couldn’t see anything! We talked about why we couldn’t see anything and we decided that we needed light. We made a hole in the middle of the tube to let some light into the tube.

We still couldn’t see the counter because light travels in straight lines!


Year 6 Production

Well done to Year 6 in their final Mersey Park Primary Production! You were stars in your performance of ‘The Ragged School’.


Mad Hat Day

We have been raising money for our local charity ‘Claire House’. The children were given the opportunity to come to school in a funny hat for just £1. There were lots of prizes given out for the funniest and most wild hats. Mersey Park you are looking fabulous!


Vocabulary Parade

The Vocabulary Parade has been a fun way to celebrate our love of wonderful words and varied vocabulary. Lots of children in KS2 have put lots of effort into making their costumes for the Vocabulary Parade. Can you guess which word each child has dressed up as?