All Saints CofE Junior School
School Office
Our Classes
School Showcase
Frequently Asked Questions
Contact Information
Contact Information





Home | Diary | Policies | Values | Staff | Governors | Friends | Pupil & PE Premium | Church School | International School | E-Safety

Our Classes

Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6

Year 6

Blood Soup


In science, year 6 created 'blood soup'.  Children were given cubes, bubble wrap, foam, coins and water.  In groups they were asked to use the objects to represent the four components within our blood - red blood cells, white bloods, platelets and plasma.  They were then asked to create a fact-file on the different functions within our blood.







Year 6 had the opportunity to take part in a Bikeability course which is designed to give children the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today's roads. Everyone who completed

the course was awarded with a Bikeability certificate of achievement and a badge.




Robinwood 2017


Year 6 had a fantastic time on their annual trip to Robinwood. They took part in a variety of activities which helped to build their confidence, team working, communication and listening skills. They all pushed themselves and should be proud of their efforts. Some of the activities the children participated in included canoeing, raft-building, trapeze, caving, zip-wire and the piranha pool (all the children returned with their limbs intact). The children were fantastic and represented our school brilliantly – well done everyone!
































STEM Day at Trinity School


On Thursday 14th September, Year 6 were kindly invited to Trinity Catholic School for a fun-packed day of activities in science, design and technology.


Both classes made delicious cheese pizza and worked at separating materials by filtering and evaporating salt walter.  In design technology, 6VK made pencil cases out of plastic bags and 6SU made a light and discussed the importance of renewable energy.








Pizza Treat


Thanks to the Friends of All Saints’, year 6 enjoyed pizzas as a well-done treat for all their hard work and fantastic effort during SATs.






Keeping Safe


Year 6 were visted by the Warwickshire County Council's Road Safety Officer who talked to them about road safety awareness and keeping safe when walking to school.





Journey Safe Roadshow


On Tuesday 7th March year 6 took part in a Road Safety theatre presentation from Warwickshire Road Safety Club that enables pupils to recognise risks and stay safe when travelling to and from secondary school in the new Autumn term. The team talked about road safety, getting buses and using bikes on public roads.  The children enjoyed the show which helped to raise important issues in an engaging way.




Making Movies


Year 6 pupils have been making 1920's films in literacy as part of their topic on evolution and the rise and fall of Neanderthals and Homo-Sapiens.




Lego STEM Workshop


On Tuesday 7th March, five children from year 6 visited Warwick Prep School to attend a Lego STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) workshop. They were set six quite challenging problems to work out. They needed to work well as a team and think differently about how they approached the problems. They enjoyed driving a Lego Rover through a course, built a moving tadpole out of Lego and built a bridge to hold three very heavy cans. The children behaved brilliantly and worked very well together.






Natural History Museum


In January, year 6 visited Natural History Museum in London as part of their history topic.  The children enjoyed a wide range of activities including taking part in interactive workshops linked to evolution and adaption, exploring fossils and an archaeological dig.







Row For It


On Tuesday 10th January, eight children from year 6 represented All Saints' at the Central Rowing Competition held at Campion School. Sixteen schools were in attendance, with some schools bringing several teams. Both our boys and girls teams did exceptionally well, working well as a team and having a great afternoon on the rowing machines. Overall, the girl's combined rowing distance was 1902 metres and the boy's distance was 1792 metres. 







Cross Country Success


Our year 6 cross country team took part in four races over the past three months in Southam, Kenilworth, Hatton and Warwick. They all represented All Saints' splendidly and demonstrated great commitment and resilience throughout all the races! Tyler came first in the boys league after all the four races which is a fantastic achievement.





Festive Fun


Class 6VK raised over £70 at the Christmas Fair by running stalls that included: Name the Teddy, Guess The Number of Sweets and Pie Face. We also sold fresh, hand-made pancakes, hand-made salt dough Christmas tree decorations and had our own photo booth with lots of funny props.




A World of Experiences


Parents were invited to see what work we hd been doing around our topic What a Wonderful World.  The Children showed off all their fantastic work on the topic, including the "soil cakes"  and "clouds" they had made, how to plant bulbs, and they set off their "volcanoes". They also enjoyed colouring competitions and looking at each other's work.







A World Of Food


Sarah from Tesco visited us to present a food-tasting session. We have been learning about What a Wonderful World and were given the opportunity to taste food from around the world, including countries such as India, China and Poland.






Year 6 went on the annual residential adventure trip to Robinwood Activity Centre. The children had a go at lots of acitivities (such as the zip-wire, caving and rock climbing), and they all had a lot of fun and worked well as a team.











See more from year 6 here >>


Warwickshire County Council Warwick Institute of Education International Cross of Nails Schools Warwickshire Children's University International School Award International Primary Curriculum

Copyright ©2013 All Saints CofE Junior School

Nelson Avenue
CV34 5LY

Marble Web Design