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Year 6 2020/21

This week was Kindness Week where we thought of ways to  make others feel good about themselves. We read the book ‘Have You Filled Your Bucket Today’ by Carol McCloud. We investigated the idea of an invisible bucket to see how easy and rewarding it is to express kindness, appreciation and love by filling buckets. We each came up with a way that we could fill another person’s bucket and then also our own. We decided as classes that being positive can help everyone to have a better day .

Year 6 have really enjoyed taking part in the Children in Need activities this week! They were able to learn new things and get moving through the '5 to Thrive' videos led by Joe Wicks!

It's that time of year again! Our Christmas cards have already made it to the printers and will be available to order soon!

 

This week has been an exciting week in Year 6 as most of us finally had the opportunity to virtually meet our buddies. It was great to say hello and share a wave with each other.  In addition, we have also been enjoying the last few warm days before the Autumn really sets in by taking part in our rugby coaching sessions.  
Well here we are Year 6 - our first full week completed! 

We enjoyed our Big Bang day today which launched our whole school topic 'Come on and Celebrate'. We found out about the lives of some inspirational people from both history and more modern times (Mary Seacole, Ada Lovelace, Terry Fox and Junko Tabei.)  It was a great chance for children to celebrate the achievements of  others and get excited about our new topic through DT, Art,  Geography and Computing.smileyyes 

See the new information folder for extra details about Year 6. 

laugh  Hello Classes 13 and 14 and welcome to your web page.

 

It has been fantastic to see you all back into school. Thank you to all of our families for their support and understanding during this time, for preparing the children so well for the return and for accommodating the staggered start times.

 

On this page, you can keep up to date with our learning journey and news to find out what we have been up to and what we will be doing in the future.

 

PE lessons will begin on THURSDAY 10th SEPTEMBER for both Classes 13 and 14. The children will need to wear their PE kit (rain or shine) to school every Thursday during Term 1. Can we also remind you that long hair will need to be tied back and earrings removed. 

 

HOMEWORK

Your child will be sent home with a book in which they will complete their weekly home learning task.  Due to the current restrictions in place, we will unfortunately have to ask that the book remains at home for the time being. Each week a new sheet detailing the spellings and various tasks set by your child's teacher will be uploaded onto the website or, when possible, sent home.  Please support your child in completing the activities in their homework book. If you wish to send a photograph or electronic version of your child' s home learning please do so via the school office. 

 

Many thanks for your continued support and understanding. 

Mrs Schlick and Mrs Page. 

Reading Diaries and Reading Challenge

On Friday, the children took home a new reading diary. Please record in the reading diary each time your child reads. This can be either their reading book from school or a book/ magazine that they enjoy reading at home.  The reading diaries need to be returned to school every Friday along with any finished school reading books please in order for us to quarantine and check reading frequency. 

Our reading challenge is starting which means children need to be reading 4 times a week at home - please record this in the red diaries. If your child reads other material such as books at home or books online, especially over the weekend when school books are returned to school, please also record this in the diaries. 

Well what a busy Term 1 we have had Year 6. Enjoy your break and have a restful holiday with your families. Don't forget to keep up with your homework - remember if you don't use it you could lose it.
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