St Stephen's

CE Primary School

0161 764 1132

Colville Drive, Bury, Lancashire, BL8 2DX

0161 764 1132

Colville Drive, Bury, Lancashire, BL8 2DX

ststephens@bury.gov.uk

Learning, loving and growing; together as God's children

Welcome Message

Converting

Teacher: Mrs J Cocker                                                                                                Supported by: Mrs J Davies

 

Learning, loving and growing; together as God's children

 

Daily Essentials

Reading diary & Reading book.

A warm waterproof coat.

A water bottle.

All medicines your child may need in school

P.E

P.E will be taking place every Thursday and Friday this half term until Christmas.  Your child will be required to come into school in their school P.E kits on the designated days, thank you. Please note that some PE lessons will be taken outdoors so your child/ren will require suitable wear for outdoor learning. 

 

School Contact

ststephens@bury.gov.uk

Twitter

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Year 6 curriculum

 

  UKS2 yearly overview

year 6 maths objectives

year 5-6 English

year 5-6 spelling



Weekly celebrations

Golden star (Monday) and Good learner (Friday)

                                                 

Friday 6th November - The good learner for this week is ....

The golden star this week is ...

WEEKLY HOME LEARNING

Tasks will be set on a Friday each week. The children will have until the following Thursday to complete them. 

Friday 11th September - maths and spelling tasks. Your child will come home with log-ins to help them complete this weeks home learning. 

Autumn 2

Our topic for this term is Revolution (Victorians)

Off with Her Head!Converting

What sort of man would order the beheading of his wife? Was she really that bad? Travel back in time to the 1500s and meet the terrifying Tudors, a domineering dynasty that changed our history. Discover an opulent court where dancing and singing goes hand in hand with swift falls from favour, and even swifter falling of heads. Develop your painting skills in miniature, solve riddles and remember to protect your precious neck with a large white ruff, if you want to survive at Tudor court. Flex your detective muscles and become a criminal investigator. Will you find out the facts or will the evidence from the past bemuse you? How will you find the accused, innocent or guilty? It’s your turn to take part in one of the most famous trials that the world has ever known.