Wendy Gibson (Year 5/6 Phase Leader), Kat Rowe & Natalie Gomez
Year 6 Teaching Assistants
Laura Taylor and Lynne Lowe
Detailed information will be sent out at the beginning of each half term.
View our most recent Topic Web here: Topic Web- Autumn 2- Year 6
View our 2017/18 Curriculum Overview here: Year 6 Curriculum Overview 18-19
If you have any questions about our curriculum please contact our Headteacher, Deborah Howard, to pass on to the Curriculum Lead.
Click here to view the presentation from the Year 6 SATs Meeting (13.2.18)
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Year Group Targets
Homework alternates on a weekly basis between Maths/SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) and topic based homework. Homework is given out on Friday and to be handed in on Thursday. It is expected that Year 6 pupils do ½ hour each weekday evening. Spellings are set weekly.
You may find the following documents helpful when reading with your child:
6WG- Tuesday (indoor) and Thursday (outdoor)
6KR- Wednesday (indoor) and Thursday (outdoor)
6NG- Wednesday (indoor) Thursday (outdoor)
Year 6 have one outdoor and one indoor games sessions per week. Please ensure children bring a clean PE kit every Monday morning, and take it home with them on a Friday for washing. Games – shorts, t-shirts and trainers. Dance/Gym – shorts, t-shirts. In winter children can wear leggings instead of shorts for outdoor games.
Please send an old shirt to school at the beginning of the year.
Please make sure your child’s name is on their lunchbox. All lunch boxes are kept outside the classroom.
Children will be collected from the playground near the front gate on Oswald Road.
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Coats and PE kit should be put in the cupboards provided in the classroom.
Please name your child’s coat.
All money brought to school for trips/visits must be put in a sealed envelope with the child’s name and class on and then placed in the post box in the Reception entrance area. No money is to be sent to the class teacher.
Toys and other personal belongings should not be brought to school. If a child needs to bring in a mobile phone for when they walk home, it must be handed into the office at the start of the school day, and collected at the end of the school day.
If your child is ready to walk home by themselves, we will need a permission letter from parents to ensure that all children are accounted for at the end of the day, for safeguarding purposes.
Contacting a Teacher
Please make an appointment via the school office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, to arrange a mutually convenient time. If your child is going to be absent from school please ring the office on 881 4266 and leave a message on the answer phone before 9.30 am. If you are collecting children for an appointment please remember to sign your child out at the school reception.
Our PPA (Planning, Preparation and Assessment) time will be on Thursday afternoon and covered by Midge Murray, Kieran Bentley and Nicky Appleby.