Welcome to the last term!
We have such a busy term for Year 6. Take a look below at what's going on!
Grip and Go! Thursday 28th June - please return letters as soon as possible.
Children will need to wear suitable clothing; for example, tracksuits, leggings, t-shirts and trainers.
Dates for your diary...
18th - 22nd June is healthy week! Please make sure PE kits are in school every day.
20th June - Key Stage 2 Sports Day! You are more than welcome to support your child on the school field.
27th June - Heart Start Training. A team of paramedics will be visiting Year 6 to teach them life-saving skills.
28th June - Grip and Go Trip.
4th July - Summer Fair - 3:30pm onwards.
12th July - Leavers Service at church - 9:30am.
12th July - Year 5 and 6 Concert 2pm and 7pm in the school hall.
13th July - Keys Stage 2 party- pm.
13th July - Year 6 Graduation.
15th - 19th July - Residential Trip to Wales.
20th July - End of term - school closes at 2pm.
WELL DONE EVERYONE!
Well done to our Year 6 children! They have worked so hard this week and they should be proud of themselves.
Year 6 will complete their end of Key Stage 2 tests (SATs) next week (14th - 17th May).
They have worked so hard in preparation for these test and we are very proud of each and every one of them.
Please ensure that they have a good nights sleep the night before and that they arrive in school on time every day.
As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact myself or Mrs Barnes via the school office.
Thank you for your continued support.
Year 6 have been keeping a blog of what is going on around school. Check out their entries below...
There is a Year 6 SATs meeting on Wednesday 18th April at 2:45pm.
If you would like to attend, please fill in the slip on the bottom of the letter that was sent home last week, or telephone the office.
Welcome to the Summer Term!
What an important term this is for Year 6! As well as the SATs test from week commencing Monday 14th May, we have lots of other exciting things to look forward to!
Science - we are finding out all about Stephen Hawking.
Topic - we are learning how to create a moving animal using mechanisms in DT.
Literacy - we are writing a descriptive paragraph using a picture for our ideas.
SATs revision will continue as usual with Maths, GPS and reading.
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A new face in class...
Mrs Jagger is a final year student from Edge Hill and will be teaching Year 6 for the next term. I am working very closely with Mrs Jagger and can reassure you that the children will still receive the same level of teaching and learning opportunities.
If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact me via the school office.
Thank you to everyone who attended our World War 2 afternoon. We hope you enjoyed all the activities, especially our Lambeth Walk dance!
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.
Homework - due in on Friday 11th May
Punctuation - Pages 42, 43 and 44
Grammar - Pages 58, 59, 60 and 61
Maths Foundation - Pages 90, 91, 92 and 93
Maths Standard - Pages 80, 81, 82 and 83
Maths Advanced - Pages 80, 81, 84, 85, 86 and 87
Your homework is due in every Friday.
Spellings for w/c Tuesday 8th May
Our photographs from The Imperial War Museum.
Welcome back! Take a look at what we have in store for the Spring term!
On Thursday 11th Jan we are going to the Imperial War museum in Salford Quays. We will be looking at WW2 artefacts.
Topic - We will be studying World War 2 for the first part of the term.
Literacy - We will be using our WW2 topic to write a diary entry, a newspaper report and a flashback story.
Science - Animals including humans will be the focus this half term. We will be looking at the circulatory system and will be able to recognise the impact of exercise and diet on our bodies.
PSHE - We will be looking at British Values and the importance of being different.
SATs information for Year 6 children.
We have using our map skills to find local places on an Ordanace Survey map. We could find tourist attractions by looking at map symbols. We also looked at locating places by using 6 figure grid references. We could think about how high a hill is by looking at the contour lines. We all agreed that Pendle Hill is very high because the contour lines were very close together.
Our final product! Well done Year 6 - your healthy pizzas were brilliant!
Try this maths SATs site!
Autumn Term 2
Another exciting term for Year 6!
In literacy we will be writing our own Diary Entries based on WW1.
In DT we will be carrying on planning and making our Healthy Pizzas. We can't wait to try them!
On Friday 11th November we have been invited to the Peace Garden in Stacksteads for the Remembrance Service. Please make sure you have warm coats and sensible shoes on.
Year 6 have been trying out different bases for their healthy pizzas! Keep an eye out for their finished products.
Take a look at our fantastic artists at work!
Welcome to 6B class page.
- Please bring your reading book and reading record into school every day.
- Homework will be given out on a Friday to be returned the following Friday.
- There will be a spelling test will be every Friday.
- PE kits should be in school all time during term time.