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Infant (AM) and Junior (PM) Sports day is Wednesday 19th June (If the weather is poor the provisional sports day is Wednesday 26th June).
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Hadrian Primary School

"Pupils enjoy coming to school everyday, they are highly motivated and leaders and teachers are enthusiastic about providing an ambitious curriculum for all pupils" Ofsted 2022

Be Unique;Believe, Achieve, Succeed Together

Y5/6 Mrs Giles




June 7th - Return for the last half term of Y6

Thursday 10th June - Moving up! Transition session

WB 21st June - Pretend SATs week!

Wednesday 23rd June - Ancient Egypt Day

Thursday 15th and Friday 16th July - Transition Days to comprehensive schools

Friday 23rd July - Last day of Y6





After our fantastic success with COUCH25K, we are continuing with Fitness Frenzy this half term. 

So, make sure you are dressed and ready for PE when you come into school on:





Swimming for Year 6 


Our Year 6 students will be swimming every Tuesday morning this half term - don't forget your kit! 




Mrs Giles is happy to answer any questions or queries you may have; simply drop her an email from your account or upload a comment on Google Classroom. 




Maths Homework is set every Monday, on MyMaths, and is due the following Thursday morning. If you do not have access to an iPad, laptop or device for your homework, please speak to Mrs Giles before Thursday and she can help you. If you are struggling with your homework, Mrs Giles will be available on Wednesday lunchtimes to go over this with you so please do not worry! 


English Homework is set on a Thursday and is due in the following Monday. You will have homework books, but most of your work will be set online on our Google Classroom. Please make sure that it is handed in on time. You will be given spellings to learn each week, as well as some SPaG and sometimes a writing task. 





Reading is a very important skill and Year 5/6 is no different to any other year. You will be expected to have a reading book in school every day. This book should go home and someone at home should try and read with you at least once per week.


Your reading book should be returned to the classroom each morning and taken home again each evening.


You will also be expected to access Reading Plus at home and you will have a target to meet each week.