Dear Year 6,
First and foremost, we want to remind you how hard you have worked this year and how brilliant each and every one of you is. Whilst we are not seeing you every day, we want to give you the opportunity to practise your skills if this feels right for you and your family. Please don’t put yourself under any pressure, we will pick up where we left off one day and until then, you feeling positive, happy and well is the most important thing.
Each week, we will suggest a timetable for week ahead. This is just to give you and your families ideas of what you could be doing. If answers are needed, these will be sent via ParentMail.
This is a strange time for both adults and children and if nothing else, try to get some fresh air, keep talking virtually to your friends and do something for yourself each day that looks after your wellbeing.
Take care x
Good morning Year 6
We are so excited to see many of you on Wednesday this week! Here’s a few activities to keep you going …
Click here for Vicar Andrew’s collective worship
Keep up with what is happening in a child-friendly way using a reliable source.
Countdown maths game
Spelling practice -it’s important to keep practising these skills! Try playing hangman with the Year 5/6 word list or have a go at a crossword!
Something to think about!
Thank you to Mrs Murray for preparing these for us
If you have any questions or need any help, please send any enquiries to email@example.com. Someone will aim to get back to you as quickly as possible. Even though we are not seeing you every day, we are still here to help in anyway we can.
We are a brightand happy Year 6, who love to take on extra responsibilities and thrive off being challenged in all areas of the curriculum.
Our teachers are Mrs Carew, Mrs Parry and Mrs Jones. They are very excited for the year ahead!
Mrs Weston is our fantastic learning support assistant and Mrs Murray supports our learning at the start of the week.
Please check this page on a regular basis for photographs, updates and letters
Please make sure you have your indoor and outdoor PE Kit in school every day. Our usual PE days will be Wednesday and Friday.
Homework will usually be set on a Thursday and due in for the following Wednesday. If children have had any difficulties with their homework they should see their teacher before the day their homework is due in.
STEM Week 2020 – Year 6 designed a reading lamp to inspire children to read. They created a design criteria, researched and created a range of ideas before choosing their final design.
Using their skills from our Electricity topic in Science, the children then lit up their creation to make their reading light.
We are aware that everybody is working at different paces and that’s okay! If you are looking for something extra to do then have a look here!