WELCOME TO YEAR 6!
The teachers in Year Six are:
Miss Crofton (6C), Miss Barnett (6B) and Miss Barry (6SB).
The support staff are:
Mrs Sharp, Mrs Hudson, Mrs Whitwood,
Mrs Roskilly, Mrs Perry, Mrs Wiseman and Mrs Ross
In Year Six we will usually set homework every Monday and expect it handed in by Friday. We know that reading is important to support your child's imagination, creativity and learning across all subjects. Therefore, reading for up to 15 minutes each evening for up to 5 evenings per week will be expected as part of your child's weekly homework. Children can choose a school reading book, a library book, or a book from home. Please ensure that your child reads independently and records their opinions about the book. It is also important that children get the opportunity to discuss their reading with an adult regularly, this will aid their reading comprehension skills. Of course it will still benefit Year Six children to read aloud to an adult at home.
The Year Six Team.
Our week in school - 1.4.19
This week our R.E work will include learning about the events of Easter Week from a disciple's perspective. In addition we will continue our book - stay where you are and leave, explore more about WWI and we will continue basketball skills in P.E.
Today 6SB had their class liturgy, which was on St Patrick's Day.
The children did a fantastic job, and they enjoyed showing Year 5 and the rest of Year 6 what they had learnt about him.
Thank you to the children of 6SB for all their hard work, thank you to the parents for the effort put in to help the children learn their lines and with the t-shirts, and thank you to the parents who were able to attend our liturgy; the children were excited to perform for you.
We have been studying evolution and adaptation as part of our Science work. We have learnt about how animals are adapted to the environments that they live in. Some animals have evolved over time to maintain their existence. Can you identify the parts of the animals that we've created?
We have also used plasticine to create a new species of animal that has adapted to its environment.