Year 6

Welcome to Year 6's Webpage

 

 

Class: 6AO

Teacher Mrs Osmond

TA: Mrs Grodent


Class: 6MQ

Teacher Miss Quinn

TA: Mrss Grodent


Our Learning

See what we are learning about this term by reading our termly newsletter.

 

PE

Indoor PE: will take place on Tuesdays.

Outdoor PE: will take place on Fridays.

Please ensure that your child has the appropriate PE kits on these days. For indoor PE, the children will need a white t-shirt with short sleeves and navy shorts above the knee. For outdoor PE, the children will need a white t-shirt and plain navy jogging or tracksuit bottoms. Your child will need suitable trainers or plimsolls. Denim is not permitted.


Important Dates

Week Commencing 2nd May 2017 (for 2 weeks) - SATs Breakfasts

8th May - 11th May 2017 SATs Assessments

12th May 2017 - Trip to the park

13th July 2017 - Year 6 End of Year Performance

16th May 2017 - Class Photos

29th May - 2nd June 2017 - Half Term Break

Week Commencing 19th June 2017 - Curriculum Week

13th June 2017 - KS2 Sports Day

24th June 2017 - EBSA Summer Fair

4th July 2017 - Open Morning

6th July 2017 - Parents Evening

18th July 2017 - Year 6 Disco

21st July 2017 - Leavers’ Assembly (at approx. 9.15am)

21st July 2017 - Last Day of Term


Home Learning

Thank you for your support with the children’s home learning so far, it really makes a difference!

There are lots of different ways you could support your child in their learning at home.  Here are just a few ways;

Reading: please continue to support your child to read daily and keep a record of their reading their reading journal. The reading journals are checked weekly. Children should complete 1 journal activity each week, this will be collected in for marking on their allocated day.

Math: maths homework will be set on a weekly basis via Mathletics.Children can log onto Mathletics via the following link:

  Mathletics: Student Log On

Please take every opportunity to help your child learn their times tables and associated division facts (knowing that 4x5=20 so 20 ÷ 4 = 5) as this will greatly improve their maths skills.

Encourage you child to have a go at the Maths challenge that is published in the Eliot Bank weekly and here.


Take-Away Tasks

Please click here to access some Take Away Tasks for your child to work on at home. The activities are all related to this term's topic. Children can bring them back in to school to share with their teacher and their class mates!


Letters Home

View and print letters that have been sent home to parents / carers by visiting our letters home page.


What did you do at school today?

Please visit the Year 6 gallery to have a look at what we have been doing in class recently.