Churchill CofE Primary School

Churchill CofE Primary School

Year 6

Welcome to Class 6!

Y6 Hoodies arrive!

There was great excitement today when the news came in that the 'Y6 hoodies' have arrived!

As you can see, this is an important 'landmark' in the life of Y6 and these hoodies will be worn with enthusiasm and pride over the coming months!

Fantastic Football Skills!

It was a real pleasure to see our Y6 pupils have the opportunity to participate in a football tournament today (December 2nd).  It has been a long time, due to Covid restrictions, since they have had the opportunity to play competitively and they were a credit to our school.  Led by Mr Davis, they exhibited fantastic team spirit: working cooperatively, demonstrating great skill and most importantly encouraging one another and demonstrating respect for their competitors ... oh and I think they would also like you to know that they won 8:1! laugh


Y6 had a fantastic time visiting STEAM in Swindon today. Although this year, due to Covid restrictions, we weren't able to experience the air raid shelter, we had a fantastic time finding out more about the life of a family from Swindon during World War 2.  We were particularly keen to find out how the lives of women changed as a result of the Second World War and it was fascinating to see how Betty, Polly, Holly and Molly adapted and helped Britain in the fight to win the war.

It has been a pleasure to begin getting to know your children over the last week and welcome them in to Class 6 and it was super to meet some of the parents at our remote 'Meet the Teacher' meeting on Thursday - thank you to all those parents who attended.  For those who were unable to attend, we hope that our power point will prove helpful - please feel free to pop your head around the door to ask any questions if you have them!


We are looking forward to meeting many parents on Tuesday for our Osmington Bay Meeting where we will discuss our upcoming residential trip in October.  We hope you enjoy  the promotional video below and find the power point helpful.  We would thoroughly recommend that you visit the PGL website and explore their pages on Osmington Bay, which are extremely informative and will give you real insight into what the centre has to offer.  Further details of our trip will be confirmed in subsequent letters home but please contact one of the Year 6 team if you have any more immediate questions.

Osmington Bay

For news of our stay at Osmington Bay, please see the gallery on the children’s section of this website.