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St. Cecilia and St. Benedict

Letter detailing end of term arrangements for year 6 children

Some maths challenges to exercise your brains!

SATs are over.

We would like to say well done to year 6 who worked very hard in the run- up to the tests and maintained a positive attitude during test week.

Our foci for the last half term are:

Keep working and learning, ensuring the children keep achieving.


Enjoy some trips around London.


Do as much as we can before your child makes the transition to year 7 in September.


St.Cecilia's class assembly was centred around the theme "A time for Everything!" We demonstrated our excellent singing and acting skills. We read our thoughts on some Big Questions that we discussed in RE.

We went to the city of London to the National Gallery. It was an amazing day out, we saw some interesting samples of art work in the Gallery but also had a first hand experience of the diverse aspects of our city.


Our IPC topic for the next few weeks is called 'They See the World Like This'.

During this unit of work we will be looking at ways in which artists of all types 'see' the world and represent it in their work. It's a great opportunity for year 6 children to do lots of creative activities. Your child will bring a letter home this week with further details.

We visited the local park and had some fun. It was great to just relax a little now that SATs are over.

Maths Homework for half term is attached below.

IPC homework

Look at the picture below by the Impressionist Claude Monet.

Try and answer the following questions-

1) What time of day do you think the picture shows? Why?

2) What is the building?


Welcome to year 6!

We wish to send a warm welcome to everyone in year six. This is a very important and hard-working year for children and, of course, parents and carers will be thinking hard about secondary transfer (please see the letter on this page for more details about the secondary transfer meeting.)

We know that you, as parents, are keen for your children to do well and like to help them. These are some ways to help you do so:

Please make sure your child is reading regularly at home. If they are not bringing home a book from school, it is not because they don't have one.

Spend some time questioning them about what they read.Show an interest in their reading material.

Please help your child practise times tables- fast recall of these is a huge advantage for your child.

We have enrolled your children in an online curriculum called StudyLadder. They have all received their usernames and passwords and can access the activities at 
We will regularly give children activities to be completed online. If your child is unable to access the Internet at home, they are welcome to try some activities during lunch breaks.

We know that by year 6 we are less likely to see parents at the beginning or end of the school day however, if you have anything you need to discuss, please call the school to make an appointment and we will get back to you.


Ms Gustave and Mr Vowles

RE Questions

Year 6 in their new football kits. Thank you THFC!

Below are the correct dates for the four year 6 trips in the summer term.

Tuesday 19th May- Tottenham Marshes

Tuesday 9th June- National Gallery

Wednesday 24th June- Alexandra Palace

Wednesday 1st July- South Bank

Your child will also be bringing home a letter with this information.

Sincere apologies for the incorrect information in the original letter.


December 2014 - A Winter trip to St.Paul's Cathedral

Dec 2014 - We performed a selection of Christmas songs at the Haringey Irish Centre for the residents of Supported Housing in Haringey.

Dec 2014 - Performing at the Haringey Irish Centre.

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We performed a selection of Christmas songs for the residents of Supported Housing in Haringey, at the Irish Centre, Pretoria Road, Tottenham.

Dec 2014 - Performing at Haringey Irish Centre

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We performed a selection of Christmas songs for the residents of Supported Housing in Haringey at the Irish Centre, Pretoria Road, Tottenham.


We had Respect Lessons for four weeks where we learnt to work together and focus on God's plan for our lives. We did lots on interesting songs, drama and presentations.

Black History Month 2014 - At Coombes Croft Library with poet Abe Gibson.

Poetry - October 2014

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IPC in St Benedict- Making things go

St.Cecilia's class testing their own pizza box solar oven to investigate how well they work.

St.Benedict's Class Assembly - Oct 2014. Performing "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi" by Rudyard Kipling

Learning about the Sacraments in RE. One student from each class was ordained. We love making our learning come alive.