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Headteacher -

Mr M Thomas

Lubbins Park Primary Academy

Year 6


Week commencing 16.07.2021

Week commencing 05.07.2021

Year 6 this week, have been working exceptionally hard on the Year 6 production – filming has commenced! They performed brilliantly in their dress rehearsal to Year 5, ensuring they spoke loudly and clearly. In Art, they have created some fantastic portraits of William Shakespeare in the style of Picasso cubism. This was something, which everyone found difficult due to this style of art being very abstract. As a class, we are all incredibly excited for activity week.

Week commencing 28.06.2021

In Year 6 this week the children were very lucky to have Mr Walding from The Cornelius Vermuyden School teaching them French, in preparation for the French Market activity they will be participating in during Activity week. During the lesson the children displayed impeccable manners and fully engaged in the activities, which included role play and converting money!
The end of the week has seen the classroom come alive, with the children busily making props and costumes ready for their end of year performance next week!
Congratulations Year 6 on another wonderful week – have a great weekend, we know lots of you are excited to watch the England match Saturday!
As always, we are very proud of you all!
Mrs Kelsey-Foreman, Mrs McMeekin & Mrs Kellard.

Week commencing 21.06.2021

It has been a very exciting week in Year 6 this week, with lots of children going off to their new schools for taster session!

The feedback we have received from the secondary schools was full of praise and positivity – well done Year 6!

In class the children have had lots of fun this week making busts of Shakespeare in our Art lesson.

All in all another fantastic week in Year 6.


Have a wonderful weekend!

As always we are very proud of you all.

Mrs Kelsey-Foreman, Mrs McMeekin & Mrs Kellard.



Week commence 14.06.2021

This week in Year 6 we have been busy rehearsing our end of Year 6 production!

The children have also mastered Angles in Maths this week – well done for your perseverance, great work.

On Wednesday the classroom was filled with the smell of freshly made bread rolls – it made us all very hungry.

Well done Year 6 on another productive week – you make us proud every day!


We hope the sun shines over the weekend for all of you!


Mrs Kelsey-Foreman, Mrs McMeekin & Mrs Kellard




Week commencing 07.06.2021

It was lovely to hear about all the adventures the children had over the half term – it sounded like lots of fun was had at the beach, enjoying the beautiful weather!

Our focus in Year 6 this week has been to be fully engaged in our learning.  All the children have worked exceptionally hard in the lessons,  our class recognition board has been a light with the children’s photos, celebrating their achievements – well done Year 6!

On Wednesday we worked outside, warming up our vocal chords; starting work on the songs for the end of year production – we were very impressed with the children’s efforts.  We have some budding singers in Year 6.

All in all another fantastic week in Year 6!

Well done!

Have a wonderful weekend.

Mrs Kelsey-Foreman, Mrs McMeekin & Mrs Kellard.




Week commencing 24.05.2021

A great last week has been had in Year 6.  The children have worked extremely hard securing their knowledge and understanding of angles in Maths – well done Year 6!

They have also been busy completing their shoebox stages; focused around the work of Shakespeare.  In PE this week all the children were actively engaged in the games and activities, working together, displaying excellent physical skills and determination.

We have rounded the week off working on the end of year production – the children are very excited for the performance!

Have a wonderful half term Year 6 – as always, we are all very proud of you!

Stay safe.


Mrs Kelsey-Foreman, Mrs McMeekin & Mrs Kellard



Week commencing 17.05.2021

Year 6 have had another busy and creative week at School.  In Maths the children were introduced to angles, they were very excited and had lots of fun constructing and labelling angles on their tables – shhh don’t tell Mr Thomas!  They also started to plan for their final piece of free writing.  They were given the choice to base their stories on either horror or fantasy – from what we have seen so far, it appears we have some budding JK Rowling’s, Roald Dahl’s and even George Lucas’s in the class!  We can’t wait to read the final edits, Mrs Murrell will be choosing one to showcase on the School website – it looks like she will have a very tough job on her hands deciding which story to pick.

Well done Year 6 – we are so proud of you all!

Have a lovely weekend.

Mrs Kelsey-Foreman, Mrs McMeekin & Mrs Kellard




Week commencing 10.05.2021

In Year 6 this week we have been celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week.   On Monday the class conducted an exciting experiment relating to mental well-being.  They used skittles to demonstrate how our mental well being can become over loaded with thoughts and emotions.   

As a class we discussed strategies to help with our mental well-being – some excellent strategies and ideas were shared.  The whole class displayed empathy and understanding throughout the week.  Well done Year 6!

We have also been busy in Science creating skeletons from natural resources., we now have a wonderful display in the classroom celebrating ‘Animals including Humans’.

The children ended the week planting sunflower seeds and creating our class bug hotel!


Well done Year 6!






Week commencing 03.05.2021

The wonderful Year 6 have had a short but productive week this week.  They have continued to build on their knowledge of other cultures and traditions during RE lessons.  On Tuesday we were very fortunate to receive a visit from the Head of Year 7 at Castle View School, to discuss the transition to secondary school. The children were engaged throughout the talk, asking questions and gaining information on the school.  The children’s behaviour and conduct was impeccable throughout and myself, Mrs McMeekin & Mrs Kellard were very proud of them all.

Well done Year 6!