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Where has the time gone? The first half of the Summer term may have only been a 5 week term but it feels like so much longer!! The children have worked so hard towards their SATs and have shown resilience, determination and a positive attitude. I'm so proud of each and everyone one of them!! I know that they enjoyed the toast club that we laid on for 2 weeks and it was so lovely to see so many children attend, enjoy breakfast and chat to their friends.

Our trip to Fleetwood on Thursday is linked to our topic, 'Oh! I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside'. We will be looking at the history of seaside holidays, visiting a museum and even dressing up in costumes!! I'm sure this will be a great experience for the children and know we will get lots of quality writing from the day in the second half of the Summer term. Let's pray the weather stays fine, at least in the morning, for when we visit the beach.

Summer 2 will partly help prepare your children for their next journey onto high school, ensuring they feel confident and take as many worries away as possible! The weather will hopefully be sunny and we can get out to play many team games on the field. Please ensure your child has their outdoor and indoor P.E. kits in school at all times.

I hope you and your children enjoy half term and we will see you in June.smileysmiley

Mrs Sudworth

We have planned for Year 6 pupils to visit two museums in Manchester on Friday 29th March to support the work in science on animal classification.

 

The first venue is the Whitworth Art Gallery, www.whitworth.manchester.ac.uk, where we will have an art workshop learning new drawing techniques. This is led by professional artists.  We will be drawing from nature.

 

Lunch will be in the Whitworth Art Gallery. Children who bring their own packed lunch will be given a brown paper lunch bag on Thursday 28th for them to bring their packed lunch in. This can be thrown away after lunch. We are trying to reduce plastic waste in creative ways so we hope this will help! Children who have a school dinner will be provided with a school packed lunch.

 

The second venue is The Manchester Museum, www.museum.manchester.ac.uk.This is a great museum full of amazing exhibits. We are going to be looking at different animal groups and have been asked to trial a new school activity for the museum. There is a vivarium too full of exciting live creatures too.

 

 

Striving to achieve our SATs targets!

This half term, all the children will continue taking part in extra lessons to accelerate their learning ready for the SATs in May and high school.

Throughout the Spring term we will be helping the children to fulfil their potential.

Please could you help in the following ways by ensuring:

  • Attendance is the best that it can be
  • Your child is at school on time (8.45am)
  • Weekly homework is completed and returned on time
  • Home reading takes place on a daily basis.
  • Your child has plenty of sleep and is ready to learn!

Welcome to the 2nd part of the Spring Term. As always the weeks are flying by and the SATs are getting nearer!! As we have requested before, please make sure that your child is in school everyday and on time. Every part of the day is filled with learning and we don't want any of the children to miss parts of lessons. Please ensure that your child is having plenty of sleep and breakfast before they arrive at school. We are working very hard to make sure that your child reaches their full potential but they also need to be identifying their gaps and working hard at home to ensure they overcome any barriers. We will continue with athletics in P.E. and classifying animals in Science. There are many links on our class page to various websites that will help your child with their learning. Take a look!!

Mrs Sudworth 

Happy New Year!

Striving to achieve our SATs targets!

 

This half term, all the children will continue taking part in extra lessons to accelerate their learning ready for the SATs in May and high school. Throughout the Spring term we will be helping the children to fulfil their potential. 

 

Please could you help in the following ways by ensuring:

• Attendance is the best that it can be

• Your child is at school on time (8.40am)

• Daily practise of year 6 spellings

• Home reading takes place on a daily basis.

• Your child has plenty of sleep and is ready to learn!

To commemorate 100 years since WW1 we are learning and performing (both in school and at Corporation Park) a poem that was written by Wilfred Owen called Dulce et Decorum est. I have added a copy to the class page as the children want to learn it. I'm sure they will enjoy performing for you over the next two weeks!!

 

Welcome to Autumn Term 2! We will be working very hard this half term learning lots of new skills. Please encourage your child to read regularly at home and ask them questions about the book they are reading. Also, please make sure that homework is completed and brought into school on a Tuesday. P.E. is now on a Tuesday for indoor and Wednesday for outdoor. Please ensure that both P.E. kits are in school especially some warm kit for outdoor P.E. now the weather is getting colder.

Check out all the games attached to our class page.

Mrs Sudworth

 

Welcome to our new class webpage!

Homework and Reading

 

Each week, the children are expected to complete one piece of English homework and one piece of Maths homework. Homework is given out every Tuesday to be returned the following Tuesday.

 

Children have reading response books for their home reading in which we expect children to complete a response task (see the grid in the front of the book) after they have read a few chapters; children should still be reading daily at home.

P.E. Lessons

Indoor P.E. is on Tuesday and Outdoor P.E. is on Friday.

Please can children have a full kit for both indoor and outdoor P.E. lessons in school at all times.

Welcome to Year 6

Each week, the children are expected to complete one piece of English homework and one piece of Maths homework. Homework is given out every Tuesday to be returned the following Tuesday.

 

Children have reading response books for their home reading in which we expect children to complete a response task (see the grid in the front of the book) after they have read a few chapters; children should still be reading daily at home.

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