Upper Key Stage 2 , Years 5 & 6

Meet the Team

Year 6

Class Teacher & Deputy Head

Miss Edwards

Year 6

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Carey

Click on the links below to read about the exciting time Year 6 had at The Frontier Centre on their residential.


Year 6

Individual Support

Teaching Assistant

Miss Steptoe

Year 5

Class Teacher & Deputy Head

Mrs Harrison

Year 5

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Careira


Click on the links to look at our exciting plans for this term.


Click on the link to look at your child's timetable


Year Five need their  PE kits on Mondays and Wednesdays

Year Six need their PE kits on Tuesdays and Thursdays

Children should bring their reading books to school everyday.

Children need  to bring their  book bag in daily, If they  have  read at home with a signature they can change their  books straight away the next day!  



Year 5

Homework is given out on a Monday to be returned on a Thursday.

Spellings and times tables tests are taken every Friday

Year 6

Both classes have spellings  and times tables to learn.    .

It really helps the children  if their adults at home can help them with this! 


Click on the links and look at how you can support your child at home. Look at the curriculum key stage objectives that all children are required to learn.


Year 5 and 6 worked with Mitra and Neda from the Nuneaton Bahai community when they visited our school on Tuesday 9th July. They taught us about the importance of unity within the Bahai faith.

        People from the Bahai community would like us to live in a world with:

  • one world government

  • one common language

  • one worldwide system of weights and measures

  • one world system of law and justice

  • religion and science working together

  • women and men having equal rights

  • the elimination of prejudices

  • every person searching for the truth themselves

  • every child having access to education

  • a minimum and a maximum wage

Mitra and Neda helped us to respond to these

ideas through art and through the expression

of our thoughts.

We thoroughly enjoyed learning with

Mitra and Neda from the Bahai

community and look forward

to welcoming them again next year.