This is a very exciting year for you and your child as they journey through their final year with us at Edlesborough School. Although a year of many challenges, our aim is to make it as enjoyable and rewarding as possible.
On this page, you will find relevant information about the work which we will cover this year as well as photos and videos of tasks the children undertake.
If you have any questions or concerns you would to discuss please feel free to contact me via the School Office.
Mrs Collins and Mrs Hintner
Do you have any ideas for this page? Why not let your Teacher know!
Have you seen the Kids’ Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites
World Book Day
On Thursday 1st March Edlesborough School celebrated World Book Day. The morning started with a family breakfast in the hall followed by an opportunity to share a book with siblings and parents in class. Dressed as their favourite book characters, Year 6 pupils really got into character!
Year 6 have been making Viking purses, decorated with symbols depicting Viking life.
Year 6 Winter Display
Poetry, utilising figurative language, has been a focus of Literacy lessons this half term. The children demonstrated their understanding of personification in their "Winter" themed poems which are currently displayed in the school hall.
This week, Year 6 have been writing their own poems based on the theme of resilience. These poems, based on personal experience were shared at the class assembly on Friday 24th November.
By Jack Jeffery
My name is Jack and I am 10 years old,
I have a story that wants to be told,
It is a story of woe and hardship,
But at the end your heart will flip.
It was about a year ago,
When I felt so very low,
But in times before that,
I was loved just like a cat.
I was at that school for 5 long years,
I was a boy of very little fears,
I had plenty of friends to back me up,
And I soared like a bird and went up, up, up.
But then my life was flipped up-side down,
And I was shipped off to a brand new town,
I had to say hello to the new and goodbye to the old,
Although it was summer I felt so very cold.
They didn’t accept me,
I didn’t have the key,
They threw me to the floor,
And looked at me no more.
Then I realized this was a second chance,
And that they wouldn’t just give me a first glance,
I will fit in in this b rand new place,
And I would make sure they saw my face.
Now this school has become my home,
And I am Edlesborough to the bone,
And although my blue jumper is always seen,
I will not forget my old friends in green
A Classmate Departs...
Lily, who had been at Edlesborough School since Reception, left Year 6 on Friday 1st December to move with her family to Hampshire. The class celebrated Lily's (and her sister Ella's) time at Edlesborough School during assembly. We wish them all the best in their new school.
Harvest Assembly 2017
Well done to all of Year 6 for a fabulous performance of Autumn Days in our assembly today. A special thank you to Josh and Maisie as Head Boy and Girl who led the assembly, as well as Harry and Jack our sound technicians.
Delivering around the village, Year 6 were exemplary role models and I'm amazingly proud of their maturity whilst carrying out this task.
Lastly, a special thank you to the mums who helped out this morning, without them it would have been an impossible job!!
A massive well done to Year 6 who raised an impressive £119.34 for this amazing charity! Thank you to all parents who donated cakes for our sale.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
To start off our new academic year, we have been learning about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. We have used photos to discuss the cause of this, to debate what we can do, produce posters and a short non-chronological report.