This week we are thinking about the birds! Have a go at making a bird feeder or a bird cake for our feathered friends!
Let us know what birds you attract to your garden by using the bird finder...
Supporting your child during the coronavirus pandemic.
Click the link below for more information.
This week is Children's Mental Health Week. Click the link below for more information.
The topic this year is 'Express Yourself' where children are encouraged to express themselves in whatever they want!
Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. This could be through art, music, writing and poetry, dance and drama, photography and film, and doing activities that make you feel good.
It’s important to remember that being able to express yourself is not about being the best at something or putting on a performance for others. It is about finding a way to show who you are, and how you see the world, that can help you feel good about yourself.
If you want to, you can send us your activities that make you feel good!
A huge well done to each and every one of you for your efforts and enthusiasm last week! It has been a tricky time for us all to be learning new things together, but I can safely say that you have all embraced the challenge and even taught us a thing or two!
We are all impressed with the standard of work that is being produced both in class and at home and we will be displaying examples of this work on a weekly basis, so keep looking on here...
In our Friday online assembly, Miss Sutcliffe, Mr Doidge and Mrs Burns all chose Workers of the week winners and Merit award winners.
Workers of the Week 5th February
- Miss Sutcliffe chose Phoebe for a great attitude to her work and is always on time.
- Mr Doidge chose Henry for always putting in 100%.
- Mrs Burns chose Finlay for excellent effort in maths.
Merit Award winners 5th February
- Miss Sutcliffe chose Donovan for his plastic pollution letter.
- Mr Doidge chose Jessica C for always contributing to discussions.
- Mrs Burns chose Charlie for trying hard all week.
Well done again to everyone and we will see you on Monday at 9:15am!
Daily Google Classroom Timetable
9.15am - 10.15am English (Mr Doidge Morning Group / Mrs Burns Morning Literacy)
10.45am - 11.45am Numeracy (Mr Doidge Morning Group / Mrs Burns Morning Maths / Miss Sutcliffe Morning Group)
12.45pm - 1.45pm Topic (Year 6 - yellow tab)
2.15pm - 3.15pm Topic (Year 6 - yellow tab)
The information in brackets are the Google classes that your child joins for their learning (this information has already been given out).
Wednesday afternoon is our regular P.E. session slot and a link will be posted on the Year 6 Google class page (there will not be a class meeting during that session).
If you are having any technical difficulties in joining a session then contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All daily work will be posted for them to access at any time during or after the session.
Gallery of Greatness...
Ava's Hopes and Dreams for 2021
An excellent piece of work by Henry - good job!
Have a go at these activities for January!!
Physical Activity Ideas
Click on the titles below:
Imoves - healthy and focused with everything from outdoor games to exercise videos to mental wellbeing activities.
Why not devise an A-Z of exercises and games? I'll start you off...
A - athletics
B - basketball
Can you carry on?
Another alphabet challenge...
A range of ideas to challenge children (if and when they can get outside) from the National Trust.
Can you do 21 minutes of physical activity per day? Could you do more? Set yourself a challenge to do at least 21 minutes of physical activity per day and build up to 60 minutes every day! Let us know how you are getting on! More information below.
Happy New Year to everyone!
There are no sessions on Google Classroom today (Monday) these will start on Tuesday 5th January.
Have a look at the websites below and see how many you can do!
There is a TT Rock Stars battle on from 10am - 2pm, who will be crowned the New Year winners?
There will be a timetable sent out shortly to tell you when you can collect your child's Chromebook and pack of resources. Please do not come to school until your allocated time.
Year 6 - 10am - 10:30am if possible from the school office.
From Tuesday onwards, all information regarding the work for the children will be on Google Classroom. All children are expected to be on the sessions to continue their learning.
As always, if you have any questions or queries, please email us - email@example.com
Thank you for your continued support.
Websites for children to use on Monday 4th January
TT Rock stars Battle to commence at 10am -2pm on 4th Jan - 6B v 6D
If you can't print this off, why not draw your own version and fill it in!
Reading comprehension - just write the answers down.
Answers are at the bottom of this page - no peeping!
If your child is self-isolating at home, please ask them to log on to Google Classroom to find the work for that day, their log-in details are in the front of their reading record.
As always, if you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 6 important information
- School starts at 8:45am
- School finishes at 3:20pm
- P.E. is on Wednesdays, children to wear their P.E. kits to school with their pumps in their school bag (tracksuit bottoms or leggings are fine)
- Children must have a drinks bottle in school with them as the water fountains are not being used
- Please make sure your child has washed their hands thoroughly before coming to school
Please use this email address if you need to get in contact with Mrs Burns or Mr Doidge.
Spring Term 1 Year 6 Curriculum Map
Please read the messages on the Home Page of the website.
There will a piece of maths and spelling homework every week. This will be given out on a Friday and should be returned by the following Friday.
Some weeks there will be extra homework based on something they have been taught earlier that week or term. This is also due in on a Friday.
Homework is expected to be handed in every week. Spare copies are always available and the children will know where these are kept.
Please encourage your child to engage in their homework and to complete it to the best of their ability.
Year 6 children - please write a comment below if you need ask a question or to tell me something exciting!
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Hello Shannon, it's lovely to hear from you! I'm so glad to hear that you have settled in at high school. Keep working hard and trying your best in everything you do! Take care, Mrs Burns
hi miss burns it's me shannon , i have already settled in my high school and i have made many friends, i hope casey-my cousin, ids doing ok in mr doidge's class and say hi to miss suctcliffe for me :) im so happy to speak to you again
Hi chloe I miss you to can’t wait to see you ❤️
Hi Sammy missing you can't wait to see you at the disco
is there a zoom meeting today at 2:30?
Hi Chloe, we are saying prom-style clothes! Whatever you feel comfortable in. We will send more information out on the app soon!
Love my new jumper and Is it a prom kind of dress and shoes
Hi Mrs burns and your welcome for my order and I can't wait to see you and everyone else lol
Hi Chloe, thank you for your order! Looking forward to seeing you too! Mrs B
Hi Mrs I will come to disco please and l I'll order chicken nuggets and chips lol missing you can't wait