Any questions regarding Home Learning please email Mrs Thomas on firstname.lastname@example.org
In year 6 our teacher is Mrs. Thomas and our Teaching Assistant is Mrs. Baker.
Every morning we start the day with Go Noodle and to get our minds going and a morning task, which is normally English or Maths based. We then have daily English and Maths lessons, usually in the mornings. In English, we choose a class text and a lot of our English writing is inspired by the text. Morning assembly takes place in the hall at 10.10am with Mrs. Wilson or Miss. Richardson. Playtime is at 10.30am when we can have a snack (if we are part of the fruit scheme or we can bring one from home) and choose from lots of activities on the yard and in the hall.
We complete a range of reading activities during the week, including whole class reading sessions and reading comprehension tasks. We like to visit the library often and change our reading books on a Friday, if and when necessary.
The afternoons are when we do a range of other subjects, including Science, Computing, History, Geography, R.E, Art and Design and Technology. P.E. is a very important part of our curriculum and keeps us fit and healthy. We practise many skills including acrobatics, hockey and outdoor adventure. We like to go outside if possible so having the correct kit in school is very important. Our P.E. kit consists of T-shirt, shorts and gym shoes or trainers. If possible, a pair of jogging bottoms and a sweatshirt would allow us to go outside when the afternoons cool down.
Home learning helps us to practise skills we are learning in our lessons in school. It is extremely important that every child tries to complete their homework to the best of their ability and this will prepare them well for secondary school. Our home learning day is Friday and it will alternate between Maths and English tasks. This needs to be completed and returned to school by the following Wednesday. We also get a spelling pattern, times table and handwriting to practise every Monday for a quiz the following Friday.
Times tables are an essential part of the Year 6 curriculum and by the end of Year 4, children should confidently know their times tables and associated division facts up to 12 x 12.
In Year Six, we also go on a very exciting week-long trip to a residential centre in Grinton. This year, we have already visited Grinton at the end of October and had an amazing time! We also visited Marrick Priory outdoor centre, where the children had the opportunity to access climbing walls, aerial assault courses and even the leap of faith! The children faced and conquered many personal challenges throughout the week and I am extremely proud of them all!
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