Secondary School Places May 1st 2019
We are aware that some of our Year 6 students did not receive offers of schools that they requested. We would like to reassure you that whilst school is closed, we are contactable by email. Additionally we will be available specifically to offer support and advice in person at 8:00 on Monday morning for anyone wishing to discuss their individual situation with us.
In the meantime we would guide you to the Surrey County Council Admissions pages where you can get advice on making appeals and more.
Please accept your allocated place as soon as possible and then, if you would prefer another school, without delay go on the waiting lists of the other schools that you would consider.
Check the admissions pages of each school or look at the Surrey website page to check how to go on their waiting lists.
Collingwood- contact school directly https://www.collingwoodcollege.com/page/?title=Admissions&pid=404
Woking High- contact school directly http://www.wokinghigh.surrey.sch.uk/Admissions
Please rest assured that we will offer you all the support and guidance that we are able to during this time.
Mrs Cottrell, Mrs Tucker, Mrs Cox and Mrs Ross
PLEASE SEE THE INFORMATION BELOW ABOUT OUR RECENT SATs MEETING IF YOU WERE UNABLE TO ATTEND. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUERIES, PLEASE COME AN SPEAK TO US.
We have been enjoying ourselves during SATs week - yes, really! Other than the tests, our favourite part of the week has been coming to school early to enjoy breakfast with our friends. Another slice of toast anyone? Thank you Mrs Clark for being the world's best toaster! And thank you Miss Ufton for spreading our toppings so beautifully!
We are a hardworking class of 29 who will be exploring a number of exciting topics across this academic year. Our teachers are Mrs Cox (Monday-Wednesday) and Mrs Ross (Thursday and Friday). Our teaching assistants are Mrs Clark and Mrs Cole.
Welcome back! We hope you all had a restful break and enjoyed the Easter celebrations.
Watch below for important Year 6 diary dates. We aim to keep you updated as much as possible,
THE CHILDREN RETURN TO SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY 24th APRIL 2019
Monday 29th April - Clubs begin
Tuesday 30th April - SATs Club begins (every Tuesday and Thursday to those children invited)
Wednesday 1st May - SATs Information meeting - 6.00pm
Monday 6th May - Chobham Carnival (Bank holiday - no school)
Monday 13th May - SATs week
Breakfast Club begins Monday - Thursday (SATs week ONLY)
Tuesday 16th May - Last SATs paper
Friday 25th May - Finish for Half term
Children return to school on Monday 3rd June 2019
We have reached our final term as students at St Lawrence and have a busy term ahead of us. We will begin our new English topic of mystery stories and will be using 2 stories to lose ourselves in: 'The Watchtower' and 'Coraline'. We will also be looking at film and how they build tension, suspense and mystery into a story. Maths will be continuing the mastery curriculum covering geometry, statistics and revision of various various elements.
Our Science topic this half term is Electricity and we will be immersing ourselves in its power (!) over 2 days, learning about circuits, diagrams and how electricity works. It will culminate in designing and making a model with a working electrical circuit.
PE is every Wednesday afternoon.
SEE OUR HALF TERMLY PLANNER BELOW FOR FULL DETAILS OF WHAT THE CHILDREN WILL BE STUDYING THIS HALF TERM.
REMINDER:Please remember to label all of your children's clothing and equipment.
WORK OF THE WEEK
Well done to Paris for fantastic work in Maths. The children were set the challenge to 'Find pi' by measuring the circumference and diameter of different circles and Paris was the first to reach 3.14. Excellent!
We had a wonderful day celebrating our love of books. Our classroom was dressed in a spooky theme and we loved moving around the school, visiting the other classes. We looked at lots of different books and did some beautiful writing based on our favourite stories. We spent the afternoon decorating wooden spoons based on our favourite book characters. Well done to Daisy and Matilda whose spoons were chosen as the winning designs. Their prize is to visit a local book shop and decide what new books we should by for our refurbished school library! Everyone had great fun dressed in their book character costumes - we are very sad that our last World Book Day is over at St Lawrence. Well done to Dana who won the best costume!
SEE OUR SLIDESHOW BELOW.
Our House Captains must present themselves to each House and explain why they feel they should be chosen to be a Captain. We are looking for students who are kind, hard-working, committed and good role models. Thank you to last term's House Captains for doing such a fantastic job.
Congratulations to the following students who have been voted in as our Spring Term House Captains by the rest of the children in the school:
Callum and Cayden
Mia and Daisy
In Year 6, 3 students are chosen to be Sports Captains. Mrs Tucker and Miss Ufton choose those pupils who have demonstrated a positive sporting contribution to the school, who demonstrate good skills of leadership and who demonstrate attitudes that show good sportsmanship. Well done to Roisie, James and Daisy for being chosen to fill the role for this year.
In Year 6, 4 students are chosen to be on the school council and they have much more responsibility than in previous years. Well done to Jamie, Alfie-John, Immy and Cayden who were chosen to represent their classmates for Year 6.
It's snowing! We had great fun in the snow...
Curriculum Meeting - 12/09/18
We discussed the structure of the year with parents and also shared important information about Secondary school applications. If you would like to discuss anything, please do not hesitate to contact us.
This year we will be studying the following curriculum:
Autumn: we start our adventure with our topic ‘Ancient Greece' where we will be exploring the wonders of this ancient civilisation and the legacy they left. Our class novel will be Skellig, by David Almond. Skellig is an award winning novel which has won both the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year and the Carnegie Medal from the Library Association.
Spring: our topic is The Circulatory and Healthy Lifestyles. We will study these areas of the human body through both our Science and English curriculums, using Malorie Blackman's fantastic novel Pig Heart Boy'. We will debate the ethics of organ donation and carry out our on pig heart dissection!
Our Humanities topic is 'River Deep, Mountain High' - The rise of the Islamic Empire.
Summer: our topic is The Spark of Modern Life and Politics. We will read the novel 'Boy' by Roald Dahl
We will also study Electricity, making our own models with working circuits, and Classification.
Spelling Homework given
Mathletics homework set
Autumn 1 - Swimming