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 Mrs Burns via the school office.
Year 6 have now been given revision books to prepare them for the end of KS2 tests. The pages they need to complete will be given out every Friday and will need to be completed for the following Friday.
Grammar book: Pages 20, 21, 22 and 23
Punctuation book: Pages 22, 23, 24 and 25
Numeracy advanced: 16, 17, 29 and 30
Numeracy Standard: 32, 33, 34 and 35
We are offering a homework club every Wednesday to support the children with their homework books or for children to come along and do extra revision. Snacks are allowed and we recommend that if a child can attend, they should, as it would be hugely beneficial.
The school now has access to a fantastic educational tool that helps with times tables. It is fun and is tailored to suit your child's level. We are encouraging children to access it at home where they can challenge themselves at learning each times table.
Here is a link explaining how TTrockstars can help your child.
Spellings for the spelling test on Friday 1st March
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.
Year 6 Blog! Keep an eye out for the updates every week!
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.
Our focus for Literacy will be surrounding World War II. We will be starting by recreating our own extracts from a diary. The children will be listening to personal experiences from people who were alive during the war.
A great source of information, as well as having a range of activities can be found by clicking the link below.
We are currently completing our topic on ratio and proportion.
We will then be revisiting all the areas of the curriculum in order to prepare for the end of Year 6 tests.
It is important that your child is encouraged to engage with the resources on offer to help practice fluency, reasoning and problem solving.
Homework books will be sent home soon to assist your child in revising for the tests.
Our new topic is based around the events of the Second World War!
Learning about the experiences of evacuees.
Exploring the kinds of shelters that kept people safe...
Discovering how women were enrolled into various wartime jobs...
As well as looking at propoganda, modes of transport, key events and more.
There are many websites you can explore that will give more information on this subject please click on some of the links below
The children will be covering the unit 'Computational Thinkers'. They will be exploring algorithms and learning about binary and linear processes.
Scratch is a great online tool that the children can use.
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 Mrs S. Barnes.
Here is the presentation that was shown at the Welcome Afternoon. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Many thanks.
A warm welcome to our new Year 6 children! We hope you have had a relaxing summer holiday and the children are ready for what Year 6 brings!
P.E. kits will be required on Monday 3rd September.
Our Year 6 welcome meeting is on Wednesday 12th September at 2pm. We hope to see you there.