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Year 6 Update 24.11.17

We have completed test week this week and children will be bringing their test papers home. We have reviewed these in class but ask that children review them with and adult and try to correct or amend some of their mistakes in SPAG and Maths. For Reading, a copy of the text is available below.

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/439346/Sample_ks2_Englishreading_readingbooklet.pdf

We are currently assessing children on their home learning work - spellings and multiplications. We will feedback to parents on their progress over the next couple of weeks.

Reminders:

  • It is our Y6 parent/child interviews on Tuesday and Wednesday, please contact the office if you have not already made an appointment or spoken to a member of staff.
  • Our fabulous 'Christmas Tree service' is on Friday 1st December, children can wear Christmas accessories for the event. Following that, it is the PTFA Christmas Markets on Friday evening. We hope that you can come along and support the event.
  • Homework: As usual; spellings, multiplication practise and sustained reading for 30 minutes 3 x per week plus review test papers and make corrections.
  • Winter production after school rehearsals will begin on Monday

Have a great weekend

 

 

 

 

Year 6 Update 17.11.17

We have had a great week in Year 6. Lots of hard work and energy in lessons. The children had a great session on Monday when we watched a performance of Wolves in the Wall to start our English. We have worked collaboratively with Year 5 in English and will continue to do so next week. Our reading swap shop is very popular, children are engaged with the concept and are happily recommending books to each other and sharing. Thank you to all of the children who have contributed so far. In Diversity week we have had some mature and indepth discussions around the quote 'We are all born free and equal' Year 6 have discussed what every child's entitlement should be no matter what.

Children in Need day began with a lively and energetic fitness assembly with Miss Parr and Pudsey, thank you for your support.

We have auditioned for the production 'Christmas is forever' today and parts have been cast. We ask that children work really hard to learn their lines off by heart. Information regarding costumes, after school rehearsals and additional dance parts will be finalised next week.

 

Homework is as usual - Autumn Term spellings, multiplications and sustained reading for 3x 30 minutes.

 

Enjoy the weekend

 

Mrs Mead

Year 6 Update 10.11.17

It's been a busy week in Year 6, the children have worked incredibly hard, selling poppies and other poppy items for Remembrance.

We have written our class charter and as a class, the children have decided how they think they should behave around school as role models for our younger pupils.

In English we have been using song lyrics to develop our reading skills, we also did a little bit of singing along as wellsmiley

We are taking part in Barvember which is a daily bar model challenge from The White Rose Maths Hub, it is embedding our application of the bar model strategy (as discussed at the recent Maths strategy parents meeting)

Reminders

Weekly home learning is:

Reading 3x30 minutes per week (minimum)

Practise times table and division facts so they can be recalled instantly (up to 12x)

Y6 Autumn Term spellings (see below for the list)

We will be having weekly challenge tests to monitor children's progress in their home learning  

It is crucial that children are supported in completing these tasks daily and embedding their skills.

 

Year 6 update 3.11.17

Another busy week in Year 6, we started off with an enthusiastic writing session advertising Spooky products for Terror TV

We have focussed on fractions this week and are beginning to embed using the bar model to solve problems. Next week we will be taking part in White Rose Hub Barvember - a daily challenge using the bar model.

 

Please continue to practise the multiplications and division facts for times tables up to 12, these are crucial in supporting children in accessing the maths curriculum.

 

Children have brought home an audition letter and rehearsal script in preparation for 'Christmas is Forever' this years KS2 performance.

Reminders

Please make an appointment for our upcoming parents day meetings

Homework is to learn the Autumn term spellings, practise all multiplications off by heart and to read 3x30 minutes per week

 

Have a great weekend

Mrs Mead

 

Year 6 update 19.10.17

 

Happy Half Term Year 6frown

 

We have had a busy week, the children sang beautifully in the Harvest Celebration and were excellent representatives of our school when they went out to visit the elder members of the community and deliver gifts. This is working towards our British value for this term 'Contributing to the community'. The children also worked tirelessly to sort the food bank donations and will be visiting the food bank shortly after half term. Thank you to everybody for their kind and generous donations.

A letter was sent home today explaining the Home Learning expectations as explained during 'Meet The Teacher.

Reminders

Applications for secondary school places are due by 31st October

School is closed tomorrow (Friday)

 

Have a great half term Year 6

 

Year 6 Update 13.10.17

Another good week in Year 6, we have mastered the 'chunking' strategy to divide 4 digit numbers and can apply it to reasoning. We have continued to read our class novel Holes and study 'Way Home' in English lessons putting ourselves into the shoes of the main character Shane.

 

This week children were given their words for the Harvest Celebration, I have attached the words below so If anybody hasn't brought them home then they can access them here. Year 6 will be delivering Harvest gifts in the community next week, a permission slip will be sent home on Monday.

 

Thank you to the group of parents who attended the Year 5&6 mathematics session. As a parent, It is so important to have an understanding of the expectations and how your child is being taught in order that you can support their learning at home. We hope you found the session useful and if you have any further question, please don't hesitate to ask.

Reminders for next week

Reading homework is a minimum of 3x30 minutes per week

Harvest words need to be learnt off by heart

Harvest Celebration is on Tuesday afternoon

Harvest Delivery Tuesday and Wednesday (practise your best smiles)

Thursday is non uniform day for PTFA hamper donations, the Year 6 hamper is blue.

 

 

 

Y6 Harvest Words

Year 6 Update 6.10.17

Another great week in Year 6, we are really immersed in our class novel 'Holes' and have been tackling BODMAS in Maths.

The Blue Watch from Fire Service came in to talk to us about Halloween and Bonfire safety, we listened really carefully and asked very mature and interesting questions.

Keep following us on twitter and looking at the class page for regular updates and photographs.

 

There isn't a reasoning Maths challenge for this week so please really focus on your multiplications, spellings and sustained reading (at least 3x30 minutes)

Reminders for next week:

Suitable clothing for outdoor learning with Miss Holmes on Wednesday

Have a great weekend!

 

 

Year 6 Update 29.09.17

What a busy week we've had up in Year 6, we are really getting into our class novel 'Holes' and have focussed on prime numbers, factors and multiples in Maths.

The Macmillan Coffee Morning was fantastic, the class hosted the event brilliantly and many of our guests commented on their excellent behaviour and exceptional manners. Well Done Year 6 smiley

 

The Autumn Term spellings for home learning are now available below, please learn these on a regular basis and discuss the vocabulary, 'do you know what all of the words mean?'

The Maths Reasoning challenge this week is Prime factors and multiples - have a go and record your challenge in your diary. (I have adapted the file so it should be accessible, please let me know if there are formatting issues and I will print a copy for you to take home)

 

Reminders for next week:

  • We will be learning about The journey of a River on Wednesday and will be venturing outdoors to the Secret Garden, please bring a coat and suitable outdoor shoes.
  • Parent Pop in is Thursday 5th October - please come upstairs and see Year 6.

 

Have a lovely weekend

 

 

Y6 Update 21.9.17

 

We have had a very busy, productive week in Year 6. We have completed some assessments and everybody has given their best efforts. Well Done!

We have discussed the upcoming Macmillan Coffee Morning and created some posters to promote our event.

Growth Mindset has been a big focus for Year 6 and we have compared growth and fixed mindsets and discussed how we approach challenges. There is a super display in Year 6 representing Growth Mindset so don't forget to have a look at the next Parent Pop in session.

Maths Reasoning Challenge below this week is Place Value

Reminders for next week:

  • Book fair (see letter for opening times)
  • Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 29th September - Please could you donate cakes, biscuits and baked goods to support this fantastic charity. All are welcome to attend the event. (details to follow

Have a great weekend!

Maths Reasoning Tasks - Please have a go and record it in your Home School Diary

Year 5&6 Home Learning Spelling and Vocabulary


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