Dear Parents and Year 6,
Please send in the 2 items highlighted in yellow to our class email address during the week for marking and feedback. If you are coming in to school in either Group A or B, please do NOT complete the 2 activities highlighted in green on the grid as these will be completed IN school.
We are looking forward to our final day in primary school on Wednesday. We are learning our lines and our looking forward to celebrating with you and for those of you joining us on zoom. Parents, please do not read our script as we would like you to be surprised when we perform our Leaver's Assembly. Year 6 please ensure you know your lines and words for the songs! All the links and words are on the blog. Please do let me know if you have any queries! If you need me to send you the acting part of the script, then please send me an email and I can send it to you.
Please note response times for emails will be up to 48 hours. Thank you for your continued support. As always, if you have any questions about the learning, please do email me.
Homework for 4/3/20
-maths sheet on scaling
-pages 26 and 27 of spelling book (shun sound)
No Pens Day
On Thursday 27th February, Year 6 had a No Pens Day, where we could not use any pens or pencils for the whole day. We had this day as our whole class Respect Treat. Please see our creative learning from the day below.
Homework for Wednesday 26th February
-Maths sheet on volumes
-Spelling booklet pages 2-5 (root words and plurals)
During this term, we are learning about Electricity. Today, we started learning about the symbols for components of a circuit. Then we made our own circuits and drew this into our books. Have a look at our learning below.
The week before half term, we have been learning about Anti-bullying Week. During English, we have been learning about the book Wonder and have had the opportunity to write a letter to Auggie, the main character. In our letters we spoke about why he is a good friend and offered advice to him about what to do if he felt he was being bullied. Please have a look at our letters below.
Mental Health Awareness
On Friday 11th October, we had the pleasure of welcoming a Year 6 student into our class to talk to us about mental health. We discussed how everyone has mental health and developing our awareness of our own mental health needs. Then we had the opportunity to take part in a Self Care Bingo.