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Class 6 Events


Friday 28th September - Macmillan Coffee Afternoon

Our first main event of Year 6 was the Macmillan Coffee Afternoon. Below is a short account of the afternoon written by Elsie. I’m sure you will agree that it has been very well-written – fabulous job Elsie yes.

Last Friday, Class 6 participated in the Macmillan Coffee Afternoon. Earlier on in September, Mrs Smith taught us how to write formal letters. From that, we wrote formal letters inviting our relations to accompany us to this event. We baked (or bought) cakes for the guests to enjoy in the afternoon. There were fun games to play (run by members of Class 6) with prizes given at the end. I think everyone who attended would agree that it was an incredibly fun afternoon; we raised an incredible £206.81.

However, we couldn’t have done this without the kind support and donations given by all the adults, Mrs Smith for arranging the occasion and Mrs Seguin and Mrs Wheeler for setting up and serving hot beverages.

By Elsie - Class 6

Bikeability Training - November 2018


From 27th - 30th November, some of the class participated in Bikeability training. During the sessions, the children were taken out in groups by Bexley cycling instructors to learn how to ride safely on the road. A little bit of rain did not stop our keen cyclists either! At the end of the week, the children were awarded with Level 1 and Level 2 certificates. Well done to everyone involved. 

Year 6 Trip - WW2 Day at Kent Life

On Monday 26th November, we travelled back in time to the 1940s as World War Two evacuees. During our day, we had the opportunity to learn about the RAF's role in WW2; the 'Dig for Victory' campaign; be part of the Home Guard; make a rag rug and see what a home in the 1940s was like. We had a fantastic time; we learnt lots too!

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