Cherry Orchard, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS14 9AN

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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

Growing with Jesus


Year 6



Set: 8th June 2018

Due: 10th July 2018



Topic Project

This term you have been learning about the Vikings. Your homework task is to produce a piece of work linked to this subject. It needs to be creative and well presented, whether it's a model of a Viking longboat, an amazing painting of the time period, food made following a recipe from the era etc. The possibilities are endless! No PowerPoints though please. You will be expected to present your work to the class and talk about what you researched and learnt. You do have longer than usual for this work so this should be reflected in the effort you put in to it.

Prizes for the best projects!

Have fun being creative! 



Pray to the Holy Spirit as you (or your classmates) prepare to take the Sacrament of Confirmation. Please get parents (and sponsors where possible) to complete the sponsor card that will be sent home w/b 11.6.18.



Please remember - best presentation !  


Presentation of Homework

Please ensure that you follow the school presentation rules in the same way that you would in your school books. For this reason, we have provided a new homework book for this term. Use pencil for writing and coloured pencils for pictures. Please don't stick lots of sheets into your books.

Please refer to the homework section of the website for further information.







Making Tacos as part of Topic Week learning about the Maya (February 2018)





Young Voices - the fabulous four!

(January 8th 2018)













Our January Epiphany Prayer Service. 



Autumn Term highlights

Christmas Hats (December 2017)

Topic Week STEM Challenge - Water slide building.



Owl pellet dissecting (Science - Evolution Unit)

Working together as teams was a real focus and what amazing teams we make!







On Monday 18th September we visited Erasmus Darwin Museum to learn about Evolution. We had a fantastic morning hearing all about different animals and plants and how they have evolved and adapted to the environment of the Galapagos Islands. We also learned a little bit about Charles Darwin's trip to the island in the 1030's that inspired his work in the field of evolution. 


Learning about why Galapagos is such a special place.  


Looking at the location and features of the different Galapagos islands. 


Can you see the camouflaged animal? 


Thomas the tortoise - looking at how the tortoises' shell evolved to allow it to eat in different environments. 



 Alton Castle Confirmation Day Retreat October 2017