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Year 6

Spring Term 2019

 

We have an extremely busy few weeks ahead of us, please ensure you refer to this page for the most up-to-date messages. There will be important messages, key dates for your diary and it is a place where you can keep a general eye on what your children are getting up to in Year 6! 

 

We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 5th & Wednesday 6th March for Parents evening.  We are looking forward to your children joining us this time and hope that it will prove to be a valuable experience for them. 

 

KEY DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Tuesday 5th March - Parents evening 

Wednesday 6th March - Parents evening

Thursday 7th March - World Book Day

Thursday 14th March - History Day 1940's

Friday 15th March - Red Nose Day

Monday 18th March - Senior choir attend Royal Albert Hall

Friday 29th March - Handball Festival

SAT's

We have recently given your child some of their revision books for the upcoming assessments in May (SATs)! Can we please ask for your support in ensuring homework is completed in a timely manner, as these books have been selected especially to support the tests. Furthermore, in the next few weeks, we will be beginning to focus more on revision in school and will be creating support classes to meet the individual needs of your child. Therefore, the children may swap classes leading up to May, but will return to their regular teacher after SAT's week. Please find below the key dates for the assessment.

 

Monday 13th May 2019            English grammar, punctuation and spelling test (SPAG)

Tuesday 14th May 2019            English reading paper

Wednesday 15th May                Mathematics 

Thursday 16th May 2019          Mathematics 

Friday 17th May 2019                End of SAT's celebration!

 

 

Homework Diary

May we ask that you continue to communicate any feedback regarding your child's homework, English, Maths and Topic in their homework diary in the space provided. It is important that we, as class teachers, gain an idea on how much you have helped your child, or whether your child has found an aspect difficult or any elements they have particularly enjoyed.  Please look out for the up coming survey that we will be sending you regarding Mathletics!

   

Letters out:

 

Please browse our 'Hallmark Homework' area where you will find exemplary examples of Year 6 homework! 

 

 

The Year 6 team

Mrs Dennis - 6D Year Leader/Assistant Head 

Miss Jones - 6J Class teacher 

Miss Gadbury - 6G Class teacher

Mrs Foster - Higher Level Teaching Assistant/First Aider

 Mr Reed - Teaching Assistant

Mrs Bains - Teaching Assistant

 

 

 

 

 

 

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