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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

Welcome to the Year Six page – we are delighted that you found some time to come and visit.  On this page, you will be able to keep up to date with all of the fantastic experiences we have  and you will also be able to find out useful information about your child’s learning.  
 
Year Six is a really important year for the children for lots of reasons.  Of course, we have SATs to prepare for, but just as importantly, this year gives the children many fantastic opportunities to grow as individuals.  As well as our residential trips to the Youth Village, this year we will be performing two shows – the first of which will be our performance of ‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’ at the Gala theatre in Durham.    
 
Please visit the site regularly to keep up to speed with important dates and information.  
 
Many thanks

Welcoming visitors from Chile

Last week was such a valuable and rewarding one for the children here at St. Cuthbert’s; four teachers from Chile visited St. …

‘Romeo and Juliet’ performance

This term, Year 6 performed ‘Romeo and Juliet’ at the Gala Theatre in Durham as part of the ‘Shakespeare in Schools Festival’.  …

Year 6 Buddies

Today we spent time with our Year 6 Buddies. We joined together to enjoy snack and share stories. Foundation Stage children love …

Shakespeare Ambassador Training

Recently, our two Lead Shakespeare Ambassadors attended a training day with their fellow ambassadors from other schools in the cluster.  It was …

European Day of Languages 2019

On 23rd September, St. Cuthbert’s celebrated the European Day of Languages.  The whole school took part in a full day of activities …

Mini Police

The Mini Police project within Durham Constabulary is a fun and interactive volunteering opportunity for 9 to 11-year-old children. The Mini Police …

The Highwayman

Stand and deliver, your money or your life! In true Adam Ant style, year 6 dressed up as Highwaymen, Stable boys, Redcoats …

Year 6 Election week

Parliament Week was an excellent experience for the Year 6 children. Monday: The children formed their own political parties; discussed slogans and …