We are Class 6, welcome to our class page.

The adults who in Class 6 are Mrs Lauren Harris-Cue, Mrs Jacquie Jones, Mrs Wendy Lewis, Mr Dan Botha and Mrs Sandra McAulay.

In Class 6, we work hard towards our final assessments in May but we also have plenty of fun along the way. One of our main focuses is developing maturity and independence so that we are ready to go to secondary school in September. We enjoy being challenged and having lots of new learning experiences. We read lots of thought-provoking and exciting books that give us the opportunity to discover, learn and ask questions. 

As well as working hard in class, we also have different roles and responsibilities around the school.  From house captains to assembly monitors; from learning buddies to play leaders – we are the role models of St. Peter’s.

We are cooking…

Mojo Active

What a brilliant afternoon Class 6 had learning to ‘survive’ at Mojo Active. Den building, fire lighting and even gutting fish.

On Thursday 25th October, Class 6 celebrated the end of their first topic with a WWII day. The children came dressed as evacuees and took part in typical war inspired activities such as knitting and cooking. They then held a ‘Learning Musuem’ for parents to see all the wonderful outcomes of their topic learning.

Class 6 had two Bristol Flyers players join them during their basketball coaching session. We had the opportunity to play against them and even ask them questions about their basketball careers. What a fantastic experience! Thank you Forever Sport!

Class 6 enjoyed celebrating the end of Book Week by dressing up as our favourite book characters. Don’t we look good?!

After publishing their newspaper articles about the first Blitz bombing in London, Class 6 tea-stained them to make them look authentic. Look out for them on display around our school!

Class 6 have worked in teams to design and construct models of WWII gardens, complete with Anderson shelters and vegetable gardens.

Our work and displays 2018-19

You can see from the displays in our classrooms the variety of topics we cover. As the year progresses, the displays change. By July, you will be able to see the whole range of subjects we have covered. Our Working walls help us learn – the content builds as the term progresses.