Welcome to Class 6B
Year Six is an important year for your child and you can help them get the most from this important year by ensuring that they are at school and on time whenever possible and that homework tasks and nightly reading are completed as they help to extend and build on the work done in class.
Key Stage Two statutory test week is from Monday 10th May to Thursday 13th May 2021. Your child will be assessed on Arithmetic, two written Maths papers, Reading and Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation (GPS). A daily timetable can be accessed here: https://www.gov.uk/
Class Teacher - Mrs. Broderick
Teaching Assistant - Mrs. Wilkinson
PPA Cover - Mr. Burnley
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Click here to see what the children in 6B will be learning about this year and to learn more about our learning this term take a look at our newsletter at the top of the page. The half termly newsletter informs you about the learning which will take place each half term. On the newsletter you will find out all about out PE days and topics we are covering. Please encourage you child and ask them questions related to their learning.
PE is on a Tuesday and the children need to come to school wearing their kit. Please ensure that this is appropriate for the weather.
Homework will be share through Google Classroom this year. An email has been sent with the code and registration details for this.
Tuesday – Maths and English Reading Inference
- which is to be returned by the following Tuesday.
PLEASE ensure you read with your child as often as possible. Books will be changed twice a week on Monday (lesson) and Friday (lunchtime).
The children also need to practice their termly KIRF. This term the children are recalling decimal bonds to 10 (including up to two decimal places). Please the letter that was sent home to support you with activities.
Thank you in advance for your continued support and looking forward to an exciting year!
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Mrs K Broderick