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Year 6 - Sycamore Class 2020-2021

Please give a round of applause to our newly elected School Prefects!

At Preston C of E Primary School, we are very keen to recognise the hard work and positive behaviour of our children and becoming a prefect is a perfect opportunity to recognise and celebrate these qualities.


We are very pleased to announce Sycamore’s prefects for this year are: Lily S, Sophie B, Sophie J, Owen W and Masie M - congratulations!

 

All Year 6 children are invited to apply in writing to become a prefect at the beginning of Year 6. The application letter includes:

 

❖ Why they want to become a prefect

❖ The personal qualities they possess which enable them to fulfil the role

❖ How they demonstrate these skills and qualities

❖ What they think they can offer to the school as a prefect

 

Prefects at Preston C of E Primary, will help to raise the expectations and behaviour throughout the school day, including break times and lunchtimes. Prefects will demonstrate, in their everyday lives, all of the values that the school upholds:

 

❖ Demonstrate independence, responsibility and reliability 

❖ Promoting high expectations and to be a role model for others

❖ Show initiative and honesty in all situations

And your School Council representative is...

Congratulations to Harriet B, who the class voted strongly in favour for to represent Sycamore at the regular council meetings as well as carrying out duties that the student body of the school wish our council representatives to undertake. 

Welcome Back!

 

It has been a long time coming…

 

28 children in a classroom, all at the same time! It was wonderful to welcome our children back this week and to see how positive and enthusiastic they are. The resilience of our learners never ceases to amaze us and each have been a credit to their families, settling so well back into the flow of the new year.  

 

It doesn’t seem two minutes since the children were starting in reception and yet here they are, embarking on their final year at Primary School!

 

In Year 6, we work really hard to ensure that all children have the best opportunity possible to achieve their full potential. However, we also try to ensure that we have fun along the way and provide the children with some lovely, long-lasting memories.

 

If you have any questions about this year then please speak to Mr Branch - your child's class teacher - or speak to Mr Gordon, the phase leader for Year 5 and 6.

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