This page is designed to keep you up to date with curriculum maps and useful links which might help the children in their learning journey this year. Please connect with Seesaw (our learning app) where I will be sharing photos, videos and other information about the day-to-day learning/activities which go on in our class.
Meet the teacher
Miss E Wright
Meet the class governor
Mrs K Griffiths
School Closure - Weekly Home Learning Plan
Please click on the home learning plan below. The document includes activities and links to support learning at home.
Visit the Pearson's Active Learn website where you can access our Bug Club. Here we have allocated your child a selection of reading books for the book band they are currently on. Once they have logged in, if they click ‘My Stuff’ they will see the books that have been allocated to them. The log ins for this website will be sent via SeeSaw. Please listen to your child read as you normally would. Choose at least two books to read per week.
Remember to use your home journal codes to start creating your journals on Seesaw. The teachers can see what you are posting and share activities and announcements.
Year 6 information
In Year 6 we have two pieces of homework set each week.
On Wednesday, children will receive both their English and Maths homework. They will have until the following Monday to complete both sets. Children are expected to spend a minimum of 30 minutes on each set.
Each week the children will have set spellings to learn for a test on Friday. Please encourage your child to practise these throughout the week.
Reading is really important in Year 6. We have a fantastic selection of texts for the children to enjoy; we expect children to read for 20 minutes every day. Children will receive raffle tickets which lead to rewards if their diary is signed each day.
P.E. takes place on Tuesday and Thursday. Both indoor and outdoor kits are required in school at all times.
We encourage pupils in year 6 to take more ownership of things like their homework, P.E. kit, etc in a bid to get them 'high school ready'. Please encourage this at home too.