Welcome to Year 6: Miss Gleaves, Mrs Parkes, Miss Jones and Mr Nugent.
A big well done for all of your hard work with your SATs! We are all really proud of you.
The school day starts at 8.55 am.
Children need to bring their reading book and homework diary to school each day.
A school hot dinner costs £9.00 per week. Money is payable on a Monday morning, and should be brought to school in a envelope clearly marked with the child's name, class and amount of money it contains.
Toast is available to buy on Mondays and Wednesdays at a cost of 10p.
Colomendy money can be paid every Friday morning, please ensure you send your child's payment card along with any money.
P.E. day is Monday, the children will need full P.E. Kits for this lesson. If you could write your child's name on the kit, that would be a great help.
Children are expected to read every night with an adult and get their reading records signed. It is important to discuss the text with your child to help develop skills of comprehension. You could discuss the plot, characters feelings, motives, choice of vocabulary and make predictions about what may happen next.
Spellings are given on a Monday and need to be practised each night before the test on the following Monday.
My maths homework will be set during the week.
Often maths homework given for over the weekend will be Past SAT's questions to help children prepare for the tests in May 2015.
There will also be a piece of grammar/punctuation homework set for over the weekend.
There will also be various homework projects throughout the year linking to topics covered over the year.
Thursday 21st May: Smile Challenge
Friday 22nd May: School closed for staff training
Friday 12 June: Non-Uniform Day (Toys)
Wednesday 17th June 1 pm: Junior Sports Day
Monday 22nd June- Friday 26th June: Colomendy
Friday 3rd July: Non- Uniform Day (Bottles)
Tuesday 7th July AM: Children's University Graduation Day
Wednesday 8th July: Arts Festival
Friday 10th July 1.15pm: Summer Fair
Monday 13th July: BBQ for Year 6 (pm)
Year 6 Leavers Mass (7pm)
Friday 17th July: Year 6 Leaver's Assembly
Finish for summer (1.30pm)
Year 6 Topics
Witnesses and Healing and the universal church.
Discussion Text: How to Live Forever
Book Study: Holes.
Evolution and Inheritance: Have we always looked like this?
Physical Geography Rivers:
Will you ever see the water you drink again?
My Maths is a fantastic interactive resource. There are lessons to help children understand the different topics and activities and questions to answer. The programme will also give you feedback so you know how well you have done.
Throughout the term you will be set tasks to complete using My Maths but you can also use it to go over anything you are unsure, if you want to revise a maths topic or just for fun!
Follow the link below and log on with your own unique password.
Espresso is a fantastic resource which is used in school by pupils and staff. It contains information, videos, interactive activities on the topics we cover throughout the year.
There is also a section on current News so you can find out about what is going on in the world.
Espresso is a great place to find out more about a topic and carryout your own research.
Here is the link for you.