St.Stephen's School

Class 6TN

Welcome to 6TN,

In room 19, we are delighted to be at the top of the school, and the role models for St. Stephen’s pupils. We have high aspirations for our SATS and we are determined to work hard in order to achieve our full potential. Moreover, we are prepared to deal with the highest of expectations and anticipate an exciting and hard-working year ahead. This is our last year at St. Stephen’s and we know we will need to be equipped with resilience, perseverance and determination in order to succeed this year: we are up for the challenge!

Trips, like the residential excursion to the Farm, will be a fantastic opportunity to live away from home and develop our independence. On top of this, we are looking forward to quenching our thirst for reading and furthering our understanding of the Victorian era through our core book, Street Child. Though we are anxious, we are looking forward to a stimulating year ahead.

Come and find us in room 19 to wish us good luck!


Each class at St. Stephen’s Primary School will complete a class charter, outlining agreements for members of the class and duty bearers (adults). All pupils are entitled to receive their rights. This class charter will form the basis of a display in class, be displayed on the class website page and also be used for class disciplinary matters.


Our definitions

Class Charter


To be safe, happy and healthy.

To take responsibility for each other’s safety.

To console one another if they are sad.


To share our views and listen to others.

To speak clearly and confidently.

To share our opinions in class discussion.


To be polite and courteous at all times.

To give eye contact when listening and talking.

To hold the door open for anyone.


To aspire and achieve to our potential and beyond.

To enthusiastically participate in all activities.

To be proud of all our work we produce.


To be respected, respect others, ourselves and our environment.

To do the right thing, even when no one is looking.

To respect our, and each other’s belongings.


Everyone receives the same treatment.

To support others when they need it.

To not be afraid to ask for help or make mistakes.