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Welcome to year 6!

School Journey - Isle of Wight June 2019

We are really excited about our new school journey to the Isle of Wight next Summer, June 2019.  Please see below the information explained at the recent parents' presentation - if you would like to book a place for your child, please speak to your child's teacher or the school office as soon as possible so that we are able to confirm numbers.

 

Our Learning

As part of our Brainwave unit of learning, we reflected and considered what kind of learner we were. Then, we recorded our thoughts as a personal statement. Here are some examples.

Remembrance Sunday is a very important time. Leading up to Armistice Day, we learnt about the poppy and its significance. We showed our respect for those who gave their lives by writing persuasively to convincing others as to why they should wear a poppy. Further to this we also create art that reflected the gratitude we have for those who have served their country.

In Maths, we have been using bar models to help our understanding of fractions. In the examples, we have used diagrams to help show our understanding of the values of the different fractions and then compare them using the correct symbols.

Curriculum Targets

Topic Letters

Please click below to find out what Year 6 will be learning about this term. 

Homework

Homework will be sent out on Thursday and should be returned to school on Tuesday. The homework menu allows children to choose which homework they would like to do each week based on what subject interests them the most.  Please date the menu to show which homework has been completed each week.

Reading Records are to be in school every day whether your child has read or not, this is so we can record any comments that we may have during Guided Reading sessions. Reading books may be changed daily if the Reading Records have been signed by an adult to show a book has been read. All Reading Records are checked on regularly to ensure that children are reading at home.