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Welcome to Term 1

Well here we are, the big Year 6!! We know lots of children will be super excited to have reached this momentous milestone - there is so much to look forward to: business enterprise, Kilve Court camp, Year 6 production, leaver's assembly and much, much more. That's right, this year is not all about SATs, although we do use past papers as our assessment tool throughout the year, this is simply to guide the children in a supportive way, getting them ready for the main event.

 

Year 6 is a transition year, which means that we will be doing all we can to get the children ready for the move to secondary school. 

 

Mr Wilson, Mr Boyle and Mrs Hendy all have bags full of experience working with Year 6 and this is our second year together as a team - your children are in safe hands and capable hands!

 

nwilson@hillcrest.bristol.sch.uk

pboyle@hillcrest.bristol.sch.uk

 

Jenner Class -  Edward Jenner was a Victorian doctor, known as the "father of vaccination", he eradicated smallpox and his work has influenced modern medicine in such a way that he is credited as saving the most human lives by any individual. Jenner was heavily criticised by the public and his peers (as most trailblazers are!), however he did not allow this to detract from his ambition to rid the world of deadly diseases. 

 

Milk Class - Harvey Milk was an American politician, campaigner and activist who is remembered for being one of the first LGBT+ people to be elected to office in the USA.  His political message was one of 'hope' - he worked tirelessly to support the often-forgotten voices of his community and to build bridges and connections within his district.  He is especially remembered and celebrated for amplifying the voices and visibility of LGBT+ people and for being unashamedly himself in the face of intolerance.Harvey Milk was an American politician, campaigner and activist who is remembered for being one of the first LGBT+ people to be elected to office in the USA.  His political message was one of 'hope' - he worked tirelessly to support the often-forgotten voices of his community and to build bridges and connections within his district.  He is especially remembered and celebrated for amplifying the voices and visibility of LGBT+ people and for being unashamedly himself in the face of intolerance.

 

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