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St Nicolas

Church of England Primary School, Abingdon

Year 6 (Class 13)

Picture 1 Mr P Gaskin - Class 13 Teacher

Term 5 - Welcome back!  We hope you've had a wonderful Easter break and that you all feel raring to go!


We have a planning meeting on Thursday 25th April at 2.30pm in Class 14 - we'd love to see as many of you there as possible.


SATs aren't far away!  As staff, we are looking forward to a week that we know will be successful and fun.  The children have worked hard and we are so proud of them; they are a group of brilliant and incredible individuals!  We will have a chance to answer questions during our planning meeting but please come and talk to us about anything SATs related - we're here to help!

Upper Years inter-house football competition - well done to all who took part during this wonderfully sunny afternoon!

Welcome back to what will prove to be another exciting, engaging and enjoyable term! Year 6 will be working hard and enjoying our successes again this term and we can't wait to share this with you all! this term and we can't wait to share this with you all!

A huge thanks to everyone for their cards, gifts, kind words and best wishes.  We have all been overwhelmed by your generosity.  Have a great Christmas and a restful break and we look forward to seeing you all in 2019 for another busy and exciting term.  Thanks once again with love from Mrs Randall, Mr Gaskin, Mrs Carlin, Mrs Onion, Mrs Tricklebank and Miss Oldham.


We have our 'Express Event' on Monday 17th December at 2.30pm in Classes 13 & 14.  It would be great to see as many of you as possible coming to see all of the wonderful World War II projects that the children have created as part of our topic as well as some of the wonderful work they have produced in class.

Kilvrough meeting

Class 14 at 3.15pm on Monday 15th October - we'd love to see you all there!

Welcome to Year 6


We are learning all about World War II this term.

We have read 'Friend or Foe' by Michael Morpurgo and the children have based their writing on this story of two evacuees and their time in Devon during the war.



Homework will usually be set on Monday and will be due in the following Thursday, however, this does sometimes change - the children will be aware of deadlines that they need to meet.