Class 14 - Year 6- Miss Price

The Learning Bubble

Each child has access to their own learning space and class community page along with a range of exciting learning resources. To access these resources as well as other useful things, children need to log into our 'Learning Bubble'. To do this they need to click the 'log in' button on the bottom right of this screen or click the image underneath where it says 'Log into our Learning Bubble. Every child has a username and password. This should be in their homework diary or reading record book. If your child can not find their log in details please speak to Miss Price. 

A bit about us

Welcome to Year 6

PE Kits

PE kits must be in school every day. This comprises of a white t-shirt, black shorts and pumps for indoor PE. For outdoor PE, children must have trainers, jogging bottoms and a jumper. These must be plain black, navy or grey. 

Reading

Reading must be completed at least three times per week at home. Children are also encouraged to read their own books at home, as well as school books. Please make a note of all reading in your homework diaries.

Homework diaries will be checked frequently and signed on a Friday.

As part of our focus on quality reading and comprehension, the children will be expected to complete activities on ‘Reading Plus’ each week. https://login.readingplus.com/

They have been provided with individual log in details to use at home and in school. This will allow children to improve their reading speed, their vocabulary and their comprehension skills.

Homework
Spelling homework will be set each week. You will be given 5 spellings on a Monday morning. They will be stuck in your spelling book which you will then take home. At home you will need to find at least 10 more spellings which follow the rule set in school. You will then be tested the following Monday on the original 5 spellings and others from the list. Maths homework will be set each Tuesday and collected in on the following Thursday. Sometimes you may get an extra piece of topic or literacy homework—usually on a Friday to be handed in on the following Tuesday. And of course there will be the usual half-termly projects which are given out at the beginning of a half-term. They are usually collected in just before a holiday.  

Times tables

It is vital that all children in Year 6 are able to recall times tables up to 12 x 12.

To aid their learning- please use http://play.nessy.com/login/default.aspx

Again, all children have been provided with log-in details to use at home as well as within school. Knowing their times tables rapidly will support many areas within the Mathematics curriculum.

Timetable

Click below to see a typical weekly timetable for our class.

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Hello!

Welcome to Class 14! I hope you are all ready for an exciting and challenging final year of Primary School! I am sure you have all had a wonderful summer holiday and are all well-rested!

OUR WORK NEXT HALF TERM

Topic: Next half term we will be beginning a topic on Healthy Eating. We will be recognising the impact of diet, exercise and lifestyle has on the way our bodies function. Also we will be identifying and naming the main parts of the circulatory system and describing the functions of the heart.

English: In English we will complete another narrative piece of writing and then a promotional leaflet to advertise Plas Caerdeon.

Maths: In Maths we will be focusing on measurement, angles, and co-ordinates.

As always, we will be completing a range of problem-solving activities.

Dates for your Diary

Monday 24tth April – return to school

Monday 8th May – Reading SATs paper

Tuesday 9th May – SPaG SATs paper

Wednesday 10th May – Arithmetic paper and Reasoning paper 1

Thursday 11th May – Reasoning paper 2

Friday 26th May – Finish for half term

 

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HELP!

If there are any parents or grandparents out there that can offer an hour or so a week to hear children read would be greatly appreciated. Please speak to me if interested.

Thunks

We do enjoy a good debate in Year 6, and bearing that in mind I have included some ‘thunks’. Let me know what you thunk…

If I borrow a million pounds am I a millionaire? Which is more important being right or being nice?

Things to remember...

Monday:

Whole School Assembly

French

Tuesday:

Gospel Singing

Maths homework set

Wednesday:

KS2 Singing

Spelling Test- homework due

Thursday:

PSHE/RE alternate weeks

Maths homework due

Friday:

Celebration Assembly alternate weeks

 
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