Goodbye to our amazing Year 6

IMG_2007We would like to wish all our Year 6 children a massive good luck as they go on to their new secondary schools. We are really going to miss you so much… you’re all amazing!!

Even though it’s been a unique year, we couldn’t Let you go without our traditional water fight.

Enjoy your dvds, have a relaxing summer and stay safe.
Mrs Boddy and Mrs Lambert

Year 6 files

Good morning,

Alongside the Leavers packs, the lever arch files that belong to the children will also be available to collect this afternoon. This will be your only opportunity to collect them.  What we have left at 3.30, will be disposed of.

Thank you.

Year 6 Leavers

Good morning,

We hope you are all well and enjoying your last week of term.  We have assembled the leavers packs for the Year 6 children.  The school gates will be open on Thursday, 16th July from 1.30pm, so they can be collected.

Thank you

Mrs Boddy and Mrs Lambert


Year 6 Leavers

I know that there is a lot of disappointment around not being able to have many of the traditional leavers events.
We are still trying to celebrate the children’s time at Myton Park in various ways and have a few things in planned. We need your help for a few of the planned things.
Yesterday you received a notification about autograph books and were asked to return the email to Mrs Lambert by Friday 3rd July.
We are using Friday 3rd July as key date so that it doesn’t get complicated.
Task 1 Autograph book info emailed to Mrs Lambert by Fri 3rd July
Task 2 Water fight
Traditionally we have a Year 6 water fight. We would like you to send a video of someone out of the screen throwing/squirting water at your child then your child throwing a bucket of water or squirting water at someone out of the video.
If you need to have several attempts at squirting water at your child, we understand… this is your chance to get your own back for the last 14 weeks of homeschooling. haha!
We will then put them together in a video…. a bit like the toilet challenge.
We are hoping to achieve something like this.

Please send the video to by Friday 3rd July

Task 3 Signed shirts
On Friday 3rd July please bring a white school shirt/Tshirt in a named carrier bag and drop it in to the plastic box outside the school office entrance. The box will be there all day. We will then not touch them for at least 72 hours.
On Thursday 9th July, weather permitting, we will lay the shirts out on the playground. the children will need a pair of gloves and their own pen and arrive at the school gates.
Surnames A-E 11-12
Surnames F-K 1-2
Surnames M-W 2-3
We will organise the children in school.
Please let me know if these times don’t work… we understand everyone has a different situation.
On 16th July we will have a pack with lots of leavers things in for your child. They will be in a packet and advise that once received you leave it 72 hours before opening… I know it will be hard to resist but we’re following guidelines for everyone’s safety.

We apologise for all the information but this is new to us all.
Any questions please ask.

Mrs Boddy & Mrs Lambert

Pod 8. Pod 9

Can the parents/carers of the children in Pod 8 (year 6 non key worker children) and Pod 9 (ALL year 6 children) please collect their children at 12 o’clock promptly, every Friday.

Thank you


A message to all Year 6 children

Please share it with the children.

I’ve posted it on Seesaw for them too.

To all our Year 6’s.

As SATs week arrives it is not quite the same,
The tests that were printed this year never came,
The displays all still up; walls full of Maths ‘rules’,
But Year 6 very different, at present, in schools.

For some of you, happiness, lots of relief,
For others a sigh of pure disbelief,
That you worked really hard in advance of this week,
Expected and Greater Depth marks you did seek.

Algebra, fractions, the table drills,
Inference, retrieval, in-depth reading skills,
Past present, progressive…and all the SPAG terms,
You’ve practised and mastered them over the years.

Fear not though, the SATs, yes, won’t happen this term,
But remember tests don’t measure everything you learn,
Primary subjects are varied; you’ve always tried your best,
And many of those skills that you’ve gained can’t be defined by a test.

So, here at Myton Park, you’ve made us so proud,
We sit here with pride and we shout this out loud…
“Year 6 you amaze us, you’ve come incredibly far…
And we don’t need a test to see how amazing you are!

Year 6 Purple Mash

Good morning
This is a message for the children.

Please remember to check our Purple Mash blog, daily. I try to make the blogs varied and fun. Remember, you can create your own blogs to share ideas and keep in touch with your friends.
Today, there is an experiment linked to our science topic – light and shadow. Enjoy!

Mrs Lambert

Oak National Academy

Firstly as we head into week 6, I want to say how amazing everyone is doing!

I wanted to let you know about a new national platform that might help you at home. The children can access it independently.

There is lessons each day to follow which contain some useful teaching videos and follows the structure that some secondary schools use for homework etc. It would be a good for learning and transition if your child could do the daily Maths and English lessons. If they want to do more on it, there is the option on the task menu.

I’ve had an explore of it and there is a lot of useful learning on it. As it is a new platform, it does have a few things that will hopefully be addressed as it is developed.

Please encourage your child to access this new platform Seesaw, Purple Mash, My Maths, TTRS and  Reading Plus.

Please do not get anxious about non-completion of any work, all of the tasks are offered to support you.

Family time, family walks, baking and playing games etc are all valuable-your child’s mental health must remain your priority.

Have a good week and please don’t hesitate to contact me  if I can help in anyway.