This Term's Topics
Topic - Walking in their footstepsScience - Growing plantsMaths - Mass, volume, lengthP.E. - Athletics
Hello, Class 6! ⭐
It is lovely to see lots of smiling faces back in school this term.
PE day is Friday. We will always aim to do PE outside if the weather will allow it. The children can continue to come to school wearing their PE kits on this day. Please make sure long hair is tied up and trainers are worn.
Year 2 will also be taking part in Forest school and this will take place on a Wednesday.
The children can bring a snack to school every day. Please make sure this is a healthy snack and is nut free. It should fit in a small snack box (not a lunch box). They also need to bring a bottle to drink from which should only contain water. They can fill it up as and when they need throughout the day. All children will also be offered a piece of fruit every afternoon and those who pay for milk will continue to receive this.
Thank you for your continued support.
Contact us: 📞
The best way to contact us is to login to your LearningBeck account via the school website and send us a message on there. You can always email us on the year 2 email - email@example.com
Mrs Fell, Mrs Bulman and Mrs Greenall
Class 6 Home Learning
Reading every day is very important to maintain progress made this year. Login to Oxford Owl to access lots of free ebooks. Login details are on our class noticeboard. We will continue to change reading books in school on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Being read to is equally as important for the children to help them build a more extensive vocabulary and to aid comprehension skills, so try to read a bedtime story every day too.
Please continue to use Times Table Rockstars and Doodle Maths as often as you can manage. Little and often is best. If you need a reminder of your TTRS login details, please send us a message.
Please see the homework grid in your child's purple homework for more topic based home learning tasks.
Class 6 Weblinks
Common exception words gameTimes tables rock starsDoodle mathsBBC bitesize plantsOak National Academy - plantsBBC bitesize History