Year 6 - Orcas 2018 - 2019

Mr Nodder

Welcome to Orcas Class Page!

Please bring in PE kit on Mondays and take them home on a Friday. Our PE days are Monday, Wednesday and alternate Fridays. 

Homework generally set on Friday and given in on Wednesday. 


PLEASE bring reading diary and book to school every day, and take it home every night. As well as times tables cards (if they have them).


On Mondays we have STFC coming into class for Reading The Game initiative which combines football and reading. Yesterday, we had a visitor who came to check up on our comprehension skills!

Once we have improved our reading skills, we head outside to work on our football skills. 

 and then awards are handed out to Player of the match...   Here are two winners so far. The children have clearly enjoyed this so far. 

Congratulations to House Captains. The votes were counted and now Prefects, along with House Captains are getting stuck into their roles and responsibilities around the school. 


Year 6 went along to the Meole Brace Spelling Championship last week and our representative was amazing. Sat in front of over 150 pupils from other schools, she did brilliantly in coming 2nd to a faultless St George's pupil. Congratulations Lily! 

Learntocylcle have been in school recently and had a great time delivering Level 1 and 2 bikeability to a record number of children. They will be returning towards the end of the half term to deliver Level 3 to those who are ready to go on busier roads and plan routes around the town. 


Our Y6 children visited the Abbey on Thursday and had a great time on a number of arts and crafts activities. 

 Our budding guitarists joined together with musicians from other schools to perform in front of the congregation. 




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Christian Theme of the Month

The Christian theme for this half term is 'Generosity'.

"God loves a cheerful giver" Corinthians 9.7

In school we will be:

Exploring the concept of being generous.

Encouraging pupils to further develop a generous attitude.

Exploring what it means to give cheerfully and be generous with our time.

Parents and carers, please help us at home to support your child in their understanding of the above concepts.

Contact the School

Meole Brace Primary School

Church Road, Meole Brace, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Tel: 01743 351027