Year 6

Welcome!

Welcome to the start of another school year.  It has been really lovely to welcome your children back. Year 6 is a very important year, as we have the KS2 SATs coming up in May.  We will be working hard to make sure that your child is ready for these, but we cannot do this without your help.  Thank you in advance for all your support – it is always greatly appreciated.

Year 6 Team

  • Mrs Williamson-Smith – Year 6 Class Teacher
  • Miss Sally-Ann – Year 6 Class Teacher

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Latest Year 6 News

Year 6 Staff

  • Jason Grant
    Jason Grant
    Teaching Assistant – Year 6
  • Sally-Ann Warner
    Sally-Ann Warner
    Teaching Assistant Year 6
  • Kay-Ann Williamson-Smith
    Kay-Ann Williamson-Smith
    Year 6 Teacher

Upcoming Year 6 Events

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Latest Year 6 Letters

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Jason Grant
Teaching Assistant – Year 6

Jason Grant – Teaching Assistant – Year 6

I am currently a teaching assistant in year 6. This year group comes with exciting challenges, however, I feel privileged to be a part of the children’s growth and lucky to be working with such an amazing team.

My journey at Grinling Gibbons began 3 years ago when my son joined the school. I instantly applied to be a volunteer as I believe it is important to give back to the community. I loved it straight away and realised that working with children was the career path I wanted to take. Seeing children develop is so rewarding.

I enjoy inspiring children by supporting them with their learning and doing my best to be a positive role model, especially for the boys. I run after-school clubs for different year groups, including one where children learn to write and design comics for our very own GG school newspaper, which I hope children throughout the school will become involved in. I also facilitate a cooking club as I want to share my passion for healthy eating and in my past life, I trained as a chef.

I have a great passion for science and technology and hope to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers, my aim is to lead by example by beginning my degree in Physics and Space shortly.

Sally-Ann Warner
Teaching Assistant Year 6

Sally-Ann Warner – Higher Level Teaching Assistant – Year 6

My name is Sally-Ann Warner and I have worked at Grinling Gibbons Primary School for 13 years. I first started as an LSA/TA working 1-1 with specific children to supporting their learning needs. I now am a TA/HLTA which means I cover classes to allow the teachers to have time out of class to plan.

I enjoy working at Grinling Gibbons Primary School alongside the great teaching staff we have and our amazing children.

Being an HLTA (class cover) has built my confidence in teaching and by covering different classes I have got to know most of the children across the school. Grinling Gibbons Primary School is like a second home to me, our staff are loving and caring, and I feel I can talk to any of them. Our children are totally amazing which makes it even more enjoyable working at Grinling Gibbons.

Kay-Ann Williamson-Smith
Year 6 Teacher

I recently joined the Grinling Gibbons family in September 2017 and I am excited for the years ahead. Whilst at University, I had visited Grinling Gibbons on a two week placement and knew immediately that this was the school for me. The enthusiasm of the Head teacher, teachers, staff, as well as the passion that the children have for their learning has been infectious, heightening my drive to work in this remarkable and nurturing environment.

I am proud to work in such a culturally diverse community where parents are supportive and value their children’s education. I look forward to working in partnership with you in developing the future generation and in creating opportunities to further stretch them as they develop into lifelong learners.