St.Stephen's School

Class 6RF

Welcome to 6RF!

We are creative, kind and resilient students, delighted and eager to take on all the challenges Year 6 has to offer. Our teacher is Miss Rebekah Finlay, and we are lucky to also have the support of Lalita Varsani.

Alongside becoming experts in Maths, Writing, Reading, Grammar and Spelling ready for the challenge of SATs in May, we are also excited to be exploring creative elements of the Curriculum. This includes; conducting exciting experiments as part of our Science topics; learning all about life in the past in History; and improving our understanding of the globe and its many processes in Geography. We also can’t wait to explore more of our imaginative and artistic sides with projects based on a variety of inspirational artists and art movements.

Being our last year at St. Stephen’s we understand that we will need to be equipped with perseverance and determination in order to succeed. In 6RF we face any challenge with pride! The SATs will play a major part of our final year at primary school, but once we have given our utmost to achieve our goals we will have the opportunity to take part in many well-deserved fun and exciting activities.

We are looking forward to an exhilarating year ahead!

Come find us in Room 21.

6RF Class Charter

Each class at St. Stephen’s Primary School will complete a class charter, outlining agreements for members of the class and duty bearers (adults). All pupils are entitled to receive their rights. This class charter will form the basis of a display in class, be displayed on the class website page and also be used for class disciplinary matters.

 

 Rights

Our definitions

Class Charter

Wellbeing

To be safe, happy and healthy.

Article 24- Every Child has the right to the best possible health.

  1. To ensure we are safe, healthy and protected.
  2. To have a healthy lifestyle in and outside of school

Expression

To share our views and listen to others.

Article 12- Every child has the right to have a say in all matters affecting them.

  1. To share ideas confidently and respectfully.
  2. To ensure our expression is helpful and kind.

Courtesy

To be polite and courteous at all times.

  1. To always use exemplary manners.
  2. To act in a way that improves other people’s day.

Aspiration

To aspire and achieve our potential and beyond.

Article 28- Every child has the right to an education

  1. To set high goals and expectations for ourselves.
  2. To work to the best of our ability.

Respect

To be respected, respect others, ourselves and our environment.

  1. To respect ourselves, adults, and each other at all times.
  2. To treat others in a way we would expect to be treated.

Equity

Everyone receives the same treatment.

Article 2-Every child has the right to the convention without discrimination.

 

  1. Offer to help others reach their goals.
  2. Treat others the way we would like to be treated.