Welcome to our first virtual CELEBRATION ASSEMBLY. We are so proud of all of you (and your parents and carers!). Please keep in touch via your classes homework emails.
Miss Cross and Miss Mason
Key Stage Two Team Leads
Year 6 Home School Letter and Daily Timetable
Week 1 Home Learning
Additional Home Learning
The Boy, the mole, the fox and the Horse.
By Charlie Mackesy
"These are dark clouds," said the boy.
"Yes, but they will move on, " said the horse, "the blue sky above never leaves."
To our fabulous Year 6,
Home learning has begun! Please be kind to yourselves and work, rest and play. We can't wait to hear how you are all doing with this new journey and we are incredibly proud of each and everyone of you.
Miss Cross and Miss Farrow
READING- SUPPORT PUSS BANK’S 500 BOOK CHALLENGE!
READ, READ, READ AND READ SOME MORE. Remember at Puss Bank we are trying to read aloud 500 books and maybe 500 more. Record your book on the footprint on the class pages or draw your own footprint and email it to your class teacher.
DOUGH DASTIC DISCO
Improve your fine motor skills and have some disco, dancing fun- no age limit J
Grab a ball of PlayDoh and join the disco party…
Brilliant for songs, exercise and mindfulness.
Recommended by the wonderful Mrs Allen are “Go bananas” and “Feel it still.”
We also encourage everyone to maintain good reading habits - reading for a little time everyday for pleasure. Any reading that you do should be recorded in the reading section of the organiser. Children who record at least two of their own reading comments in the organiser and have at least one from an adult each week, receive a Golden Ticket which is celebrated in assemblies. Year 6 children should still be heard reading at least once a week so that they can share that experience with a grown up.
Similarly, it is a good idea to keep maths skills sharp. There are lots of useful games and websites online to help you with this brain out. Fast recall of times tables is vital so get cracking!
Be Safe Online!
The website link below has some useful advice to help you stay safe online. Why not have a look?