Wow, we only have one more week before we break up for half term. It seems to have flown by!
Home Learning is due in on Tuesdays and will be handed out on Thursdays. You will find the home learning below.
Spelling Tests are on a Friday.
8.45am arrival - Turn off your mobile phones ready to hand them in.
3.15pm leaving school.
Remember to bring in and show your signed Reading Record every day.
Check that your PE kit still fits (including trainers)!
PE lessons will be outside as much as possible. Please make sure you have a full, named PE kit (plain white T-shirt, plain black shorts, plain black track suit and trainers or plimsolls, spare pair of socks). Y6 will have PE on Mondays and Fridays.
Check that your school uniform still fits (including school shoes)!
Reminder about school uniform: Plain stud earrings are allowed but please avoid wearing earrings on Tuesdays and Fridays as they must be taken out for PE. Remember to wear plain hair ties: hair accessories must be small, plain and either green or white. Remove any nail varnish before attending school.
If you have an old top that would be suitable to wear over school uniform as an 'art apron' please bring it in. It can be kept in school for use throughout the year.
Please bring a pencil case containing:
Please make sure you have a named water bottle and a healthy snack.
Year 6 Home Learning information
Home Learning is given out on Thursdays and should be handed in the following Tuesday. There may be extended projects assigned for Home Learning during the year so please always refer to the assigned due date on the Home Learning.
Spelling tests will take place on Fridays. Children will be given weekly spelling lists each half term with test dates shown. Spelling tests will be completed, marked and given back to children. Children will be responsible for sticking their test sheets into their Reading Records to take home and share with parents/carers. Should you require extra copies of the spelling lists, you will find them on the Class 6 page of the school website.
Reading Records should be signed by a parent/carer and be shown to staff each school morning. We will endeavour to sign or stamp to show that this has been seen by staff. Please take time to explore the Reading Record with your child as there is a lot of helpful information inside. Aim to listen to your child read aloud each night and write a short comment where necessary.
Due: Tuesday 19th October 2021
TASKS for this week: