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Our Lady of Lourdes  Catholic Primary School & Nursery

Our Lady Of Lourdes Catholic Primary School & Nursery

Growing together in faith, hope and courage, we inspire each other, learning to continue Christ’s Mission.

St.John -Year 6

Welcome to Year 6!

Dear Year 6 Pupils and Families,

I am thrilled to welcome you to an exciting and memorable year ahead at Our Lady of Lourdes. As your Year 6 teacher, I couldn't be more excited to embark on this incredible journey of growth, learning, and fun with each and every one of you.


This year will be filled with new challenges, opportunities to explore, and a chance to discover your unique strengths. Together, we will create a positive and inclusive learning environment where every pupil's voice is heard, valued, and celebrated.


I encourage you to embrace every moment, ask questions, take risks, and make the most of every learning experience. Whether it's in the classroom, on the sports field, or during creative projects, this year is all about you reaching your full potential.


Get ready for an amazing year of growth, friendships, and unforgettable memories. Let's make Year 6 truly remarkable!


With enthusiasm and optimism,


Mr McNally

Here are the recommended reads for year 6. Enjoy reading these books.

Below are our class timetable and curriculum overview for the year.

Year 6 met their Reception Buddies for the first time. As the eldest pupils in the school and role models, they welcomed and got to know some of the youngest members of our school community. Every Friday Year 6 and Reception eat lunch together and read together in the afternoon. It was great to see so many new friendships and the love of learning that was taking place.

This week was our first opportunity as a Year 6 class to use the school chapel. We spent some time reflecting on what has went well, what can go better and what we would like to achieve this year. We asked for guidance and strength for the year ahead. We also remembered those less fortunate than ourselves, like the people of Morocco and Libya that we have been reading about in the news.