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Year 6

Welcome to Year Six.

Your teachers are: Miss Crofton, Mrs French, Miss McAnally, Miss Collier and Mrs Stephens. We are supported by Mrs Sharp. 

miss.crofton@stthomasofcanterbury.thurrock.sch.uk.       mrs.french@stthomasofcanterbury.thurrock.sch.uk         missm@stthomasofcanterbury.thurrock.sch.uk  miss.collier@stthomasofcanterbury.thurrock.sch.uk  mrs.venables@stthomasofcanterbury.thurrock.sch.uk  mrs.stephens@stthomasofcanterbury.thurrock.sch.uk

Children In Need - Emotional Wellbeing Support

Our Learning this week - 22.3.21

This week, we will be reading more of our  book, Goodnight Mr Tom and using this text to work on our comprehension skills. In Maths, we will be investigating the properties of 3D shapes.

We will continue our RE topic of Death and New Life by retelling the events of Holy Week. We will also take part in a service for reconciliation. 

Our Science is all about classification keys. For History, we will continue the topic of World War Two, by learning why it was necessary to ration clothes and food. 

In PE, we are improving our fitness and ball skills.  Our French topic of Transport is continuing. 

 

In Year Six we will usually set homework every Monday and expect it submitted by the following Monday. 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. 

Many thanks,

The Year Six Team.

Science Day - 12.3.21 - Investigating pulse rate - showing results in a graph, Innovation posters and evolution moth experiments - which ones will be best protected?

Friendly February - We've been practising being extra friendly during this month - messaging/phoning friends and family, being nice to siblings, making drinks for our parents, helping with jobs around the house and making pictures or cards to cheer someone up. Take a look at how friendly we are!

MORE SCREEN BREAK FUN- Remember to take a break from the screen and try out some practical activities- Keep sending in your photographs!

Celebrating Wellbeing - Mental Health Week - taking time to express ourselves. National Storytelling Week - promoting our favourite authors. 1st-7th February 2021

Rollerblading, sewing puppets, floating boats, cycling, exercise routines, poetry, playing instruments, cleaning, hoovering, washing up, walking, collage, dancing, Bible reading, magic tricks, pebble painting, reading, playing games, outside fun, skateboarding, baking, cooking, making lunch, den creating, playdough, ball skills, painting, building bridges, sock puppets, drawing, learning a language, tower building, creating games, all in a day's work in Year 6.

6FM- MUSIC We created bubble compositions using body percussion

CHRISTMAS CHALLENGE- 30 seconds of each exercise to help us stay fit and well for Christmas

6FM Advent Reconciliation Service. During our service we signed to 'My Jesus, My Saviour'

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