Welcome to the Year 6 Web Page.

Wishing you a very Happy New Year from Year 6!

Welcome to the Spring Term in Year 6! 

Welcome to the second term in Year 6. I hope to make this, the last Primary School Year, as educational, interesting and as much fun as possible! We have lots to look forward to, including a 5-day residential trip to Barcaple in Scotland from June 15th to the 19th. Click the link above for more information.

There will be the National SATs tests in the second week of May 2020: Monday 11th until Thursday 14th.

In the previous few years, we have produced a Year Book for the children to have a memento of their time at St Bees Primary. I am beginning to think about this year's. If you would like your child to be included, please email me (in jpeg/photo format) 3 or 4 photographs them. One as a baby, one in uniform as they started school and one in Y6 (non-uniform). If you have any cute pictures or group ones of the children having fun I'd love a copy of those too. The book takes quite a while to assemble, so I'd really appreciate a quick response!

Year 6 celebrated their first term with a well deserved treat - a visit to Keswick Theater by the Lake to see 'A Christmas Carol.' The production was absolutely wonderful and we were all completely spellbound by the fabulous story telling. The children were beautifully behaved; a real credit to their teacher and school - a fabulous start to the festive season!

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Any information you will need will be on these pages; click on the links above for homework, photographs and dates - they will be up-dated on a regular basis.

 Please ensure that you have a full P.E. kit, (trainers are essential) in school at all times. PE will be on Tuesday afternoons in the Spring Term. 

You will be able to find homework, links to activities and photographs of all our adventures by clicking on the links at the top of the page as they become available.

You can e-mail me if you wish to discuss any aspect of your child's education at:


Carol singing at Tesco to raise money for Hospice at Home: looking very serious!

Waiting for the show to begin at Keswick Theatre by the Lake

We had a wonderful day of fun and frolics on Halloween in Year 6. The children (and parents) had made a great effort with fancy dress costumes and we had a great time apple bobbing, making mummies, finding the sweet in the flour (thankfully outside - the apple bobbing resulted in Titanic like floods!) Enjoy the slides below (sound on for appropriate sound track).

We had a furry visitor in Year 6 just before Half Term; Tango the ferret blessed us with his company and was very patient while the children had a stroke or, for the very brave, a little hold. His owner, Myla, was very proud to show him off and tell us all about him. Thanks Kate!

Year 6 children will require a full P.E. kit including trainers on Tuesdays. (Swimming kits too in the Autumn Term). I would suggest that they leave a PE kit in their lockers and take it home for washing at the end of every Half Term.