Photographs & Children’s Work

Year 6 2020 -2021

Victorian Day – Friday 2nd October 2020

Year 6 enjoyed learning about what it was like to live during the Victorian era. They experienced a typical Victorian school day and enjoyed dressing up in clothes of that time.

July 2020 – The Year 6 children celebrated the end of their time in Primary School by having a socially distanced tea party! They shared memories, celebrated achievements and enjoyed some traditional party food.

Here is a memory poem written by Chloe which was shared at the tea party.

I am going to really miss Dunnington Primary School.

I have been here from the start and all the teachers have played their part.

In reception I had loads of fun but then came Year 1 and I had to get work done.

I learned how to read and write and I had got into lots of little fights!

In Year 2 we did loads of big writes and wrote about lots of word sites.

In Year 3 I got my own locker and Mr Scoreby made us play soccer.

Then in Year 4 we got split up – I cried a lot but I had to keep my head up.

After that we came back together and wanted to stay at Low Mill forever and ever!

Now this is the last year and we were going to do SATs but corona came and ruined that!

Then we returned and we were in a bubble which meant we couldn’t give our friends a cuddle.

I know this might be the last time we will be together but I will remember you forever and ever!

Goodbye Dunnington!

YEAR 6 SCHOOL VISIT TO YORK MINSTER – Friday 28th September 2018

Year 6 were invited to visit York Minster and to meet the Archbishop of York as part of a Mission weekend which ran from 28th – 30th September.  The Archbishop had toured all 21 deaneries across the Diocese of York to celebrate the good news of God’s Love.  The mission weekend marked an end to the tour and encouraged people to come and learn more about the Christian faith.  We felt very privileged to be involved in this event.  The format for the morning included the following:

  • A welcome and tour with York Minster’s Learning Team
  • Questions and Answers with the Archbishop
  • A ‘Crypt and Candles’ act of worship and reflection time
  • A self-led trail in the Minster

We all had a wonderful morning…particularly enjoying the question and answer session with the Archbishop of York!

The children in Y6 last year were  involved in transition tasks in preparation for their move to Fulford.  They made algebra posters to display in their new classrooms in Year 7. They look great!

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