Our Teacher's are Mrs Crook and Mrs Wightwick
Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Croft, Mrs Thompson and Miss Vardy
Don't forget to apply for your child's secondary school place. Even if you are in the catchment area, you still need to apply. If you need any help or advice please come and speak to a member of the team.
This weeks homework: Long Division (a worksheet has been sent home). Literacy- find a newspaper article you like. What type of headline is it?Answer the 5 W's about the article. Who, What ,Where, When and Why. Spellings: technical,schedule, stomach, choir, mechanic, anchor, echo,archive, chord, chemist. Have a lovely weekend x
After a fabulous couple of days getting to know one another on transition days, we are ready and rearing to go for the Autumn Term. Our topic will be Super Heros V's Super Villains. Over the summer take the time to enjoy your favourite action books and films in preparation for designing your very own alter-ego!
In the first couple of weeks we will be thinking about goal setting and our hopes and aspirations for the year. Start to think about what you would like to achieve. This is your learning journey and we are ready to support and guide you to success.
See you in September!!!!!
Team Year 6
During the Autumn Term children will take part in weekly DARE sessions.
The DARE Primary Programme is delivered into primary schools – either directly by one of our highly trained DARE Officers, by us sharing the delivery with your teaching staff or by you completely.
The course teaches children to be responsible, to think about the consequences of their actions and to make informed decisions.
It also gives age appropriate, accurate and up to date facts and information which enables children to learn about the health effects which drugs have on the human body.
As the course progresses, learning develops and children’s awareness around communication, resisting pressure and managing stressful situations improve.
Every child has a 'Take Home Folder'. In these folders they will have everything they need to complete their homework.
In Year Six it is the expectation that children read at least five times a week. Children should also be doing half an hour of homework a night. This can include spelling and Mathletics.
Please find your child's Mathletic's Login in the back of their Home School Contact Books. I have put a link to the Mathletic's site below.
Children will have a homework session every week to access resources they need in school and seek help and support from staff.
Normally, homework will be given out on a Friday and due back the following Wednesday. Spelling tests take place on a Thursday.
Any questions at all please as a member of the Year Six team.