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Please find the Year 6 SATs PowerPoint presentation below. If you have any questions about the SATs in May, please do not hesitate to contact myself or Mr Doidge via the school office.
Spellings for test on Friday 1st March
Homework Pages due in on Friday 1st March
Grammar 20, 21, 22 and 23
Punctuation 22, 23, 24 and 25
Maths Standard 32, 33, 34 and 35
Maths Advanced 16, 17, 29 and 30
World War 2 Afternoon.
Many thanks to those who managed to attend our World War 2 afternoon. Everyone had a great time and some even learned a new dance!
Below are a selection of photos from the day.
Our trip to The Imperial War Museum is on Thursday 10th January. Please wear full school uniform.
Imperial War Museum website - click here
World War 2 - our next history topic.
We will be learning about the different types of shelters that were used in WW2.
We will be looking at the different types of jobs women did during the war.
We will be trying to understand how the children felt as they prepared for their journey to a new home.
We will be learning how to write a diary entry as if we were in World War 2.
Sum dog update!! Well done to everyone in Year 6! We won the regional competition.
Keep playing the games to improve your maths skills! Remember: it's not about how quick you can answer the questions, but how accurately.
Year 6 Blog! Keep an eye out for the updates every week!
Week commencing 8th October
In Year 2, they have been using dance mat typing BBC.
In Year 3 have created models of Stone Henge.
Year 5 have been designing and making dragon eyes.
Year 6 have been drawing portraits of the Queen and as a school, we raised over £300 for McMillian Cancer Support.
A new club has started – chess club!
Week commencing 24th September
This week in reception they have been learning to count and are starting to learn their phonics.
In Year 1 they have been up to the forest finding dead, alive and never been alive.
Over in Year 3 they have been making brilliant phone cases and investigating exercise.
In Year 4, they have started their topic on Romans whilst year 5 have been learning about human rights.
Year 6 – the Macmillan coffee was a great success. Thank you to everyone who donated.
Harvest took place at church on Wednesday afternoon, all the children performed well and we all enjoyed the service.
Welcome back to a new year at Holy Trinity we have lots of exciting news that we want to share with you.
Lots of new children have started in reception and nursery.
Whilst Year 1 have been settling into their new class, year 2 have been researching Iburn Attuta one of the first explorers.
Over in year 1/2, they have been rewriting ‘We are going on a bear hunt’.
Year 3 have been learning how to stitch and they are doing brilliantly.
Year 4 have been building bridges and they have been on their first swimming lesson.
Year 5 are doing well with all their hard work and Year 6 will be hosting the Macmillan coffee morning on Friday 28th September at 10:30am.
All have access to this fantastic website which allows children to strengthen and develop their reading skills.
Find it at: www.activelearnprimary.co.uk
Children have a log in for the online Maths programme Sumdog.
Click here for the website.
Here is the presentation that was shown at the Welcome Afternoon. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Many thanks.
In maths we are concentrating on:
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, place value and time tables! Any extra practice at home will be most helpful at this early stage.
Times tables - click here for an online game!
P.E. P.E is on a Monday and a Friday. All children must have a plain t-shirt, plain shorts and the correct sized pumps in school at all times. They will be sent home at the end of every half term. P.E. on a Monday will be taught by Mr. Doidge. P.E. on a Friday will be taught by Miss Doidge.
Don't forget to keep reading your books! Remember: 50 pages equals 1 ticket in our prize draw at the end of term.
Record all your reading activity in your reading records daily please.