Welcome to Year 6's class page. Here you will find what we are learning about this year. You will see pictures of our classroom, our work and all of the fantastic things we will see and do this year.
This year, Miss Richardson, Miss Taylor and Mrs Dames will be working in Year 6.
You will also find links to any websites we find useful in our learning.
We hope you enjoy looking at our class page.
Reading books will be brought to school daily and we would be grateful if you could read with your child each evening.
Spellings will be sent out weekly and will be linked to your child’s group work.
Homework: Children will be expected to complete Mathletics, SPaG.com and spellings homework , as well as daily reading practice.
Homework will still need to be brought to school every Friday.
It would be helpful if PE kits were left in school all week.
Every Wednesday afternoon, Year 6 will attend swimming lessons at St John's school.
As part of the Junior Education Programme, Year 6 were visited by Kate to discuss environmental crime. Year 6 watched videos that showed crime to the environment and discussed in groups whether or not they thought it was an offence or not.
Year 6 were extremely lucky to have had a visit from the Anne Frank Trust. They discussed topics such as discrimination, racism and homophobia.
As part of the Junior Education Programme, Gillian from Stray Aid visited year 6 to talk about caring for animals.
Year 6 have used a formula to calculate degrees in order to construct pie charts.
As part of our Remembrance Day activities, we have written poems in the style of 'In Flanders Fields.'
In Science, we investigated the relationship between the distance of a light source and the size of the shadow created.
To link in with our World War I topic, we are reading and basing all of our English work around War Horse by Michael Morpurgo.
We have been using the following songs to help us learn our times tables.
Use the QR codes to find tutorials to help you with your homework.
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