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Well done to the following children for receiving a Class Teacher Award this week

(w/c 19.10.20):

6N - Joe, Ki, Alexandra and Ryan

6K - Ayaan, Eliana and Amber

6M - Sophie and Abir

6X - Ethan and Leanne


A special congratulations to Bhruhati, Dominic and Emily-Belle for receiving Year Group Leader Awards for their fantastic writing!


We are so proud of you all. Well done and keep shining!



Class Teacher Awards

Well done to the following children for receiving a class teacher award this week (w/c 12.10.20). You have followed the Avenue values and rights. We are proud of you all!

6N - Joe and Shaista

6M - Sajanbir and Gursehaj

6X - India and Michaela

6K - Ahmed and Allegra


A special congratulations to George from 6K for receiving a Year Group Leader award for having a positive attitude to learning in maths and showing perseverance when overcoming challenges. Well done!

Class Teacher Awards


Well done to the following children for receiving a Class teacher award this week:

6N - Alice, Lily, Shreeya, Mayeda, Emily, George and Lois

6K - Amber and Eliana

6M - Davina and Gyan

6X - Basit, Violette, Chloe and Asiah


We are very proud of you all!


Class Teacher Awards

Well done to the following children for receiving a class teacher award last week.

6N - Filipe

6K - Leo, Dylan, Mubashir, Dominic and Oliver

6M - Paul, Nina, Maair, Anviksha and Kreethi

6X - Tanisha and Rhys


A special congratulations to Daisy in 6M for receiving a Head of Phase award!


We are so proud of all your efforts. Keep up the good work and positive attitude!


Calling all gardeners!

Class Teacher Awards

A huge well done to the following children for receiving a class teacher award over the past few weeks. 

6M - Jake, Abi, Charlotte and Aysha

6X - Reyah, Jakub, Eric and Amelia

6K - Dominic, Mateen, Marysia, George, Layla, Isaiah and Jamie

6N - Oline and Tadeusz


A special well done to Oliver S for receiving the 1st Year Group Leader Award this term!


We are so proud of you all. 


Dear Parents / Carers,


Once again thank you for your continued support as we navigate the constant changes that Covid-19 brings. We are and will continue to do our very best to keep our school community safe and well


From Monday 28th September all adults will be asked to wear face coverings when entering the school grounds. If you are exempt from this, please do speak to a member of staff on the gate. 


When on school premises please ensure that you are maintaining social distancing measures.  


We request that only 1 adult per family enters the school grounds when dropping off and collecting your child/ren. 


Thank you. 

French Learning - Autumn 1

This half–term in French, children will revise numbers 0-100 and they will practice taking part in an advanced conversation on personal information (on name, age, feelings, where they live, where they are from). They will also learn names of T.V. programs, how to state their likes and dislikes on T.V. programs and some adjectives to justify their opinion.

Trust guidance for Covid-19 related pupil absence

Safeguarding Information

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This half term our Health and Wellbeing focuses are Respectful Relationships and Online Relationships.   

This is part of the social strand of Health and Wellbeing.  

We will be learning about different types of bullying and the impact this has, consequences of anti-social, aggressive and harmful behaviours, stereotypes and personal boundaries. For e-safety we will be learning that the same principles apply to online relationships as to face-to-face relationships, how to respond to situations and to ask for help.

We will be teaching the following skills: 


- showing respect to others

- understanding and respecting difference

- challenging a negative attitude/belief appropriately 

- communicating positively online

- being safe online

- understanding what to do if they are faced with a situation

- understanding the consequences of their actions

6X Virtual Tour

6N virtual tour

6K virtual tour

6M Virtual Tour

Year 6 Parent Forum

Following the government's new campaign to prevent the spread of coronavirus "Hands, Face, Space" we are encouraging Parents and Carers to wear a face covering at drop off and pick-up. Thank you for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.

School fund

Although we are unable to go on school trips in the Autumn term, your child will be taking part in a number of enrichment activities in class and therefore the school fund is still needed and greatly appreciated.

The contribution is a one off payment of £20. If this is too much please make a smaller contribution. This includes pupils eligible for Pupil Premium. If every parent contributes something, it will make such a difference to what we can offer.

Please make your contribution using:
ParentPay under the item ‘Voluntary Contribution 2020-21’.
Cheque (payable to Avenue Primary Academy)
Cash in a clearly marked envelope (to be given to a member of staff on the gate or directly to the office – who will give you a receipt.)
Your contribution is entirely voluntary, but you will understand the difference that it makes.

Thank you for your continued support.

Parents, carers and visitors are kindly asked to wear a face covering whenever they enter the school building. Thank you for your continued support.


                                                                                                                             7th September 2020              


Dear Parents/Carers,


We would like to welcome you back to school and hope you have had a lovely summer break. Thank you so much for your continued support as we returned to school last week.


We are very excited about our year ahead in Year 6 and look forward to working together with you to ensure the children are safe, happy and can make good progress with their learning. The children will be assessed on their return to school in SPaG, reading, writing and mathematics and we have planned a recovery curriculum ensuring missed key concepts will be covered over the course of Year 6.


Establishing routines

The start of a new school year enables us to set the tone for learning and behaviour in the school. It is an important time for teachers and children to establish classroom routines, to set expectations and get to know each other. On the school website, you will find detailed information about school arrangements as these have been adapted following government guidance for Covid 19.


We have launched our #backtoschoolsafely campaign to reassure parents and students that schools and colleges are ready for their return in September. This is part of the Government’s wider Stay Alert campaign. Parents are encouraged to visit for information and practical guidance to help them plan for their children’s return to school.



Our first topic of the year is ‘Polar Regions’. We will start by locating the polar regions of the Arctic and Antarctica whilst discussing the similarities and differences between them. We will look at animals and humans that survive and adapt to these cold environments. This half term, a lot of focus will go on the important and relevant issues of climate change and global warming. From this, we will learn about the effects it has on the planet and in particular these Polar Regions. Additionally, the children will write a persuasive letter including strategies on how to manage these changes and sustain the environment. The children will learn about the famous explorers, Scott and Oates, and their Antarctic mission. They will also write a letter as one of the explorers embedding lots of description. As part of Art and Design and Technology, the children will create an arctic scene using chalk as their medium, and build a tent structure using a design specification. To end the topic, the children will write a flashback story of a character who remembers their perilous journey in the arctic region.



This half terms focus is securing and developing the children’s place value knowledge. We will read, write, order and compare numbers up to ten million. We will also add and subtract mentally. After this, we will begin rounding numbers, with up to one decimal place, to the nearest whole number and up to the nearest million. We will then calculate with positive and negative numbers on a number line, for example, temperature (linking this to the topic). Finally, we will revise our knowledge of long and short written methods for all four operations. We will use all methods to solve multi-step word problems, choosing them appropriately.  



Children will need their clearly named PE kits in school every day. This must include navy shorts and an Avenue logo PE shirt, black plimsoles and trainers. It is advisable to also provide your child with plain navy tracksuit bottoms and a navy jumper for colder weather. Children will be expected to remove their earrings for PE or have these covered with tape.



Children must bring in their swimming kit every Thursday. This must include a 1-piece swimming costume for girls or swimming trunks for boys (both should be tight fitting), a swimming hat (clearly named on the outside with a permanent marker), towel, pool shoes and optional goggles. Please ensure that all items are named. There are a limited number of hats available to buy from the school office for £2.99. Children will not be allowed to swim with earrings in. If children cannot remove these themselves, you will need to remove them at home.

Swimming will start on Thursday 10th September for Year 6.


School Uniform

A number of girls are wearing navy dresses and pinafores to school. Please note that this is not part of the school uniform policy. When the time comes to replace these items, please ensure they are replaced with a navy skirt or tailored navy or grey trousers, as stated on the uniform guidelines on the Avenue school website.


School fund

This year, your child will be taking part in a number of exciting enrichment activities. In order for us to be able to offer these opportunities, we are asking that all parents contribute to school fund. 

The contribution is a one off payment of £20. If you are unable to make the full contribution, please make a smaller contribution. This includes pupils eligible for Pupil Premium. If every parent contributes something, it will make such a difference to what we can offer.

Please make your contribution using one of the following:

  • ParentPay under the item ‘Voluntary Contribution 2020-21’
  • Cheque (payable to Avenue Primary Academy)
  • Cash in a clearly marked envelope (to be given to a member of staff on the gate or directly to the office – who will give you a receipt.)

Your contribution is entirely voluntary, but you will understand the difference that it makes.



We communicate with parents in a variety of ways. These include:

  • weekly updates to inform you on what your child has been learning, and what is coming up. You can find information on the school website.
  • parent forums – the parent forums in the autumn term will be in the form of a presentation which will be uploaded onto the Year 6 page on the school website
  • autumn and spring parents’ consultation meetings where we can discuss your child’s progress. More information to follow regarding the autumn consultation meeting.
  • specific times where you will be invited to visit your child’s classroom to see some of the work they have been completing in school. This may differ in the autumn term and you will receive information about ‘virtual visits’.

Please remember to maintain social distancing at drop-off and pick-up times, and to leave the premises as quickly as possible.


If you feel you need to contact your child’s class teacher at other points in the year, this can be done by writing a note in the home school liaison book, emailing the school office ( or telephoning the school office (020 8642 5138) who will pass on your message. Alternatively, messages can be given to members of staff at the gates in the morning and afternoon. If you need further assistance please contact Mrs Nunn, the Year Group Leader, or Mrs Vaz, Head of Phase for Years 5 and 6.


We would like to thank you for your continued support, which has enabled staff and pupils to have a safe and happy start to the term.



Yours faithfully,

Mrs Nunn        Mrs Cook        Mrs Maddock        Mrs Stockwell        Mrs Mills        Miss Kite                     

      6N                 6N                      6X                            6X                      6M                  6K

Year 6 Welcome videos - Mrs Nunn

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Miss Kite

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Mrs Cook

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    Welcome to Year 6!




We are all really looking forward to seeing the children on Thursday 3rd September.

Morning drop-off: Please drop off your child at the Avenue Road gate. The gates will be open at 8:10am – 8:55am. The children will then make their way to the Jubilee playground where they will proceed to their new classrooms.

If you also have a child in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 or Year 2, please drop your children off via the Dorset Road gate and follow the guidance on your younger child’s pick-up times and locations. Please note, only children with siblings in Nursery to Year 2 should use the Dorset Road gate.

If your child is feeling nervous about returning to school following the lockdown period last term, please look at the social story with them (emailed in July) and reassure them. If you need support, then please email the school office and we will arrange to speak to you.

The reopening guidance and social story can be found on the website under the Key information tab - Covid-19 folder.


Please remember that children must be in correct school uniform which is labelled (see our school website for full details of the uniform policy).

Could you also ensure that your child’s P.E kit is in school from the start of term and that each item is name labelled.  The children will require their P.E. kit during the first week of school and this should include trainers for outdoor use. Smart watches are not permitted in school, due to safeguarding reasons.

The children will also require a labelled swimming kit as they will begin swimming the week beginning 7th September. All Year 6 pupils will be swimming on a Thursday. 

Year 6 children may bring a mobile phone to school, which must be switched off when they arrive and then handed to their class teacher.

If you wish your child to walk home alone, please email the school office.

We look forward to working with you and your child.


Mrs. A. Vaz

Head of Year 5 and 6
Assistant Head Teacher for Inclusion   


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