The Year 6 Carol Service Performance
As the discussion about how countries in the world can do their part in preventing a significant warming of the planet draws to a close, year 6 will be thinking about how the future may look if we don't look at sustainable alternatives. They will be expressing their thoughts while taking inspiration from Monet's work in art. Please come back when our display will be published on the year 6 pages. In the meantime, there are lots of resources aimed at children understanding what is being discussed and what needs to be done to prevent a climate crisis. The educational links below will direct you to the relevant resources. If you or your child have any questions about these resources, then please send us an email to email@example.com
Year 6 Reading List
Take a look at the website for suggestions for books for your child to read.
Thank you to those that attended the Year 6 Welcome Meeting.
For those who were unable to attend, please find the PowerPoint below.
Year 6 Residential 2022
Please return the residential letter to school by Friday 17th September.
Information about Year 6
Please keep updated with the latest news about the school via the school app. Guidelines can change regarding education at the moment and any important notices are sent via the school jotter.
Children are to arrive at school for 8.50 am at the entrance off the car park and line up along the wall.
Any adults that arrive with them are still advised to socially distance.
There is a new timetable set for each year group bubble. This will be given to the children. It keeps each year group separated during break and lunch times.
If your child needs to bring in a mobile phone, a plastic zip bag will be provided for it to be stored in during the school day and given back at the end of each day.
School bags are allowed in with your child. However, there will not be a need to send in any pencil case/toys etc. The only things they should have are homework books, reading records, drinks bottles and lunch boxes where necessary.
Our P.E. session is on Friday and children are asked to come in their PE kits. They can arrive in school shoes and change into their pumps during the day. It is advisable to send them in with their school jumpers over their PE t-shirts and track suit bottoms as we are coming into the colder months.
School finishes at 3.15 pm and the children will leave via the entrance to the car park.
Children are asked to read for 20 minutes every day.
Children will be given a piece of numeracy that links with their learning that week alongside spellings every Friday.
This will be due in the following Friday. It is important to encourage your child to complete their homework over the weekend as any difficulties can be addressed during the week.
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Hi Sammy If you want to write your entry in the guest book I can copy it over from there, then I will delete it. Thanks
Hi Helen. The time for Tuesday and Thursday is 1.45-2.15pm
Hi Mr Doidge I can’t seem to find the times for Tuesdays and Thursdays zoom classes could you tell them to me please . Thanks
Excited to see you guys
Hi Lily, hi Travis. Lily, remember all the work on kindness we did? We can help to make the world a kinder place and I am sure you guys will do that! Travis, I am sure you are coming in anyway. We would love to have something that involves all of Year 6 but we have to make sure that you are all safe. We will have to wait and see.
mr d is there going to be something where everyone can come in to school
I have been watching the news about the protest I don’t like how people are fighting with the police and how the police are treating other people.
Hi Mr D, we have had no internet at home for the last couple of weeks and i have missed the year book. Is it still to late or can i send something? Thank you Lucas
Hi Isabelle, I will email over your username and password.
Hello, on Classroom Secret Kids, it won't let me log in and i have tried multiple times but nothing worked. I have written the password correctly, i don't know about the initial of my last name.