|Classes/Group:||6 Aspen & 6 Rowan|
|Venue & purpose of trip:||Imperial War Museum to look at displays and attend workshop related to the current Year 6 topic, World War 2|
|When:||Friday 20th September 2019|
|Depart from School:||9.30am (children need to be in school at 8.55am for normal registration)|
|Return to school:||3.00pm (school finishes at 3.15pm as normal)|
£5 per child to be paid via www.parentpay.com using your online account.
If you have not activated an online account please request an activation and payment letter from the school office.
|Transport:||Public transport (London Underground)|
|Staff on trip:||Class Teachers and Support Staff|
Children need to bring a packed lunch containing healthy foods and a plastic bottle of plain water (no glass bottles, fizzy drinks, sweets or chocolates). Children with a current authorisation for Free School Meals will be provided with a packed lunch by the school.
Children must bring a small bag or backpack to carry their lunch in.
|Clothing:||Full School Uniform (this is a Health & Safety requirement) with suitable walking shoes.|
|Inhalers/EpiPens||Parents/Carers are responsible for ensuring that they provide the school with the appropriate inhalers and EpiPens for allergy sufferers at all times.|
|Behaviour Statement||The highest standard of behaviour is expected of every child on a class trip as they represent the school. Any evidence of unacceptable behaviour leading up to the trip will result in children being kept back.|
Please come along to an information event regarding Year 6 Secondary Transfer. It will be held in 6 Aspen. Please wait in the playground at the end of the school day. Class teachers will take you up to the classroom.
As part of our celebration of the Big Pedal Bike to School Week we are running a Bikers’ Breakfast and Dr Bike session. Parents and children are invited to ride their bike to school, pick up some healthy breakfast and the first 20 bikes will be offered a free bike check completely FREE.
Year 6 children will sit a cognitive ability test (CAT) in school during this week. The results are used by Hackney secondary schools to group the children into different ability bands so that they ensure that they admit a wide range of different abilities into Year 7.