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Welcome to our Class Page and thank you for taking the time to look at what we are doing in Year 6.
The following information might be helpful for the busy weeks ahead:
Please can these be brought into school on a Monday morning, ready for PE during the week.
Homework is set for the week in the following subjects:
Grammar and Arithmetic tasks are marked on a Monday.
Spelling Tests occur every Friday.
In addition, reading books are sent home with children so that their reading can be supported at home and in school.
Our class reading book is currently ‘Stormbreaker’ by Anthony Horowitz.
Our writing tasks are currently based on what we are reading in this gripping adventure story.
We are currently recapping and consolidating our learning on the topic of measurement, including:
- Area and Perimeter
World Book Day
We enjoyed celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 5th March.
We started the day with a STAR reading session and enjoyed reading for pleasure.
We also paired up with 3F to listen to the Year 3 children read and showed them the work that we have been doing in English.
We love reading!
On Tuesday 11th February, we were lucky enough to have lots of adults with different skill sets and interests visit our school. With a variety of career prospects, our children were able to have question and answer session with each person. It was inspiring!
- Football Coach
- Charity Worker
- Events Co-ordinator
NSPCC Number Day
We took part in NSPCC Number Day to raise money for charity while having a fun time sharing our knowledge and skills in Maths. We went to Year 1 and shared our knowledge of number through play. Our Year 6 children lead activities with groups of children and were super role models so our younger children! We love Maths!
Animals including Humans — Circulatory System
In Science, we have been learning about how our bodies work and how to keep healthy. We enjoyed re-enacting the journey of a blood cell.
Year 6 Justice Assembly
Thank you to all parents, carers, family and friends who came to watch our assembly. We used the theme of justice to tell the story of William Wilberforce and his fight to abolish the transatlantic salve trade. As a Christian school, here at St Margaret’s, we are also committed to creating a community of justice and equality.