Welcome to our class page!
Our class are really lucky this year to have the support of several adults. Our class teacher is Miss Morgan and our teaching assistant is Mrs Bayliss. Mrs Shaw is our lunchtime supervisor and will also help a little in class too.
The school day starts at 8.45am which will begin with registration and arithmetic practice. Please ensure your children arrive promptly as every part of the working day is important and essential for the children's overall education. Children who arrive after 9am will be recorded as late.
Timings of the day have got back to the original timetable. Break is at the traditional time of 10.30-10.45 and lunch 12.20-1:05. However please still ensure your child has a good breakfast and is provided with a healthy snack of fruit or vegetables. Additionally, children can bring a reusable water bottle.
Our PE days are Wednesday and Friday. Children still require a full PE kit: white top and black short or joggers and spare trainers.
Reading at home and homework:
Children should be reading daily, they have access to library books as well our new selection of reading books from our reading corner. Children who struggle with reading will still benefit from reading with an adult even though they are now in Year 6. Children have access and logins to these three sites which they can use for continuous practise. You are also welcome to get your children SATs practise books, we recommend CGP SATs revision books.
What are we learning:
Our first topic is 'Great Britain' this included Learning about World War II in history; renewable and non-renewable energy sources in geography and animals including humans in science.
Many Year 6s begin to start to walk home alone this year, please let me know if this is the case with your child, for safety reasons I understand that children may wish to bring a mobile phone in for this reason. These must be handed in to me at the start of the day and will be stored in a lockable drawer.
We communicate through Class Dojo if you need me do not hesitate to drop me a message.