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Year Six had a wonderful time during our Work Inspirations Week.

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Year Six joined the juniors on the playground for an afternoon tea party

to celebrate the Royal wedding.

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As a reward for all of their hard work on the lead up to SAT's,

Year Six were treated to chip butties! Well done boys and girls!

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To fuel Year Six up for their SAT's they attended a special Breakfast Club.

They left ready and raring to go!

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Year Six had a busy week with SAT's. The children all enjoyed starting the day in the right way with our Breakfast Club and ended the week celebrating

the Royal wedding.

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Some of our Year Six children went to Crosby Beach

to take photographs for our In My Liverpool Home Display.

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Year Six have acted out role plays from a scene in ‘Pig Heart Boy’

as part of the build up to a newspaper report.

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Year Six are enjoying writing a balanced argument

relating to their class novel `Pigheart Boy’

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Year Six were extremely fortunate to be given the opportunity

to create and design decorations for the Valentine's Disco,

with volunteers from Friends of st. Monica's

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Some of Year Six enjoyed learning about measures this week.

The children used scales to estimate and weigh a variety of classroom objects.

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Year Six had a fantastic time at CHET, taking part in lots of fun-filled activities.

Definitely one for the memory bank!

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On the back of our Mission Day, Year Six organised and hosted a coffee morning for the Year Six parents and children within the juniors. A fantastic morning saw £158.54 raised for 'APIE' charity and numerous bags of clothing donated to refugees.

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