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Year Six

Welcome To Year 6!

A warm welcome to our Year 6 page! If your child is in Year 6 then please familiarise yourself with this page as it will let you know the various activities the class are currently involved in. 

 

Conflict and Resolution!

How did the wars impact Britain and the rest of the world?

In our Conflict and Resolution topic, the children will gain a knowledge of the First and Second World War as well as how conflict still continues in the world today. The topic starts with an exploration of the First World War, pupils will learn about who fought in the First World War as well as focusing on two individuals which highlights the diversity of the British army. The topic will then move on to the Second World War, exploring into who Hitler was and how Hitler ran the Nazi Party in Germany. As the topic progresses, children will learn about how Britain rebuilt after the war.

 

 

Boosters!

As you know, there is an after school club starting on Thursday 12th January! This is a booster session targeted at the children to support them where needed for their upcoming SATS tests in May.

All children should attend – there will be biscuits and juice!

 

There are also morning boosters for certain children to attend on certain days, these start at 8:30am and will be with Miss McHale or Miss White! These boosters are tailored to each child and will be focussed on whatever the children need to practice.

 

 

Miss McHale and Mrs Moorhouse heart

Our Class Timetable

Making our playgrounds in DT!

Our Reading Book!

In reading, we are immersing ourselves into 'Private Peaceful' by Michael Morpurgo.

 

 

 

Important Things to Remember!

 

Spellings!

Spellings for the week will go out with the children on Monday and we will do a spelling test on Friday. Please encourage your child to practice their spellings at home as there will be DOJO points available to children that have worked hard!

 

Homework!

Children will be given homework on a Friday and it will be due back in on the following Monday - DOJO points will be awarded to children that give their homework in on time!

 

Reading!

It is so important to read at home! When you have read at home and get your record signed by an adult you can collect stickers on our class chart! The more stickers you get, the more chance of some amazing prizes! 

 

 

Uniform!

We have a beautiful uniform at St Mary's and we pride ourselves on our fantastic appearance. Please make sure you attend school in the correct uniform, always looking lovely and neat!

 

 

Our PE day is Monday - it's so important to remember your kit! I will be giving out 3 Dojo Points for children who remember.

Our Immersive Classroom!

Useful links for you at home!

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