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 Young Voices 2017


Well done to each and everyone of the children who performed at Young Voices this year.  Myself, Miss Evely and Miss Skelton had a wonderful time, it was a pleasure to take such well behaved children to such an amazing event!!


We sang and danced with over 5000 children from other schools from Sheffield and beyond at the Sheffield Arena.  Opportunities to perform with professional musicians are provided by the Young Voices team and once again the line-up was brilliant.  Andy and Urban Strides performed their street dance sets and even got the audience up and moving.  We also rocked with Tabby Callaghan,an X-factor finalist and sang with Natalie Williams a jazz singer who has 7 albums under her belt.  The Beatbox Collective were awesome and we were all gripped by their performance and just loved performing 'Sing!' with just them providing the accompaniment, even trying to beatbox ourselves.  I must say I have a lot of practise needed in this area!


I must add that my favourite  parts were performing  'Stronger Together' - just magical,  a real goosebump moment and also, watching Miss Evely dance to the Tina Turner cover!


Sheer hard work from the children has culminated in creating an everlasting memory - well done everybody and thank you.


Mrs Stockill



PC Jones, E Safety.

PC Jones has spoken to the children about general safety when browsing the internet and using social media. She discussed the age restrictions that various sites have and the importance of parental controls being put on. She also explained some examples of crimes that she has dealt with and explained what all the parts of her 'police kit' are used for.




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Suffix homework 23.09.16


Spellings 1

Spellings 2

All children need to know the spelling of these words by the end of year 6 and they need to become familiar with the spelling pattern. We encourage children to come up with rhymes or sayings to help them remember the spelling.