Welcome to our Year 6 page!
Hello Year 6! Welcome to our very own page on the school website. We will regularly update this page with all the exciting things that are going on within our year group.
Miss Jeffs and Mr Wale are the year 6 teachers.
Supporting the year group is our teaching assistant, Miss Horton
We are currently looking at The World Wars for history.
We are going to look at World War 1 and World War 2.
Can all children please remember to read their school books every night for at least 10 minutes! Children will need to get a parent to sign on their bookmarks to show to a teacher. Children will be rewarded with dojo's daily.
Can children remember to use our online reading scheme- Oxford Reading Buddy, this can be recorded in reading journals.
All children have a login for this website.
OTHER SUBJECT TOPICS
In Guided Reading we are reading 'Once' by Morris Glieitzman.
This links to our current curriculum topic World Wars
We are also very lucky this year, that we are starting to learn French. We will be taking weekly lessons learning basic French vocabulary.
We ask that children access Timestable Rockstars during the week, this ensures that children's times table knowledge improves throughout the year.
We have started our Skills Builder sessions during school. The Skills Builder Universal Framework shows how to build essential skills at every stage of life.
A FEW IMPORTANT MESSAGES!
UNIFORM - Can all children please be in school in suitable black shoes and complete uniform grey skirt/trousers or dress, white shirt and burgundy jumper/cardigan
PE Kit should consist of a white t-shirt with black, grey or navy blue trousers or shorts. Please ensure your children come to school on their PE days wearing the correct kit.
HEAD LICE - In order to keep head lice at bay please check your child nearly every day
WATER BOTTLES - We would like all children to have an appropriate bottle containing water in school daily.
Snacks- Children should bring in a healthy snack into school for break times. Chocolate and crisps are not a healthy option.