Wishing you a warm welcome from the Year 6 team. We trust you will find the information you are looking for in the folders below.
Word version of the reply slip for emailing back to school
Many of your secondary schools are getting in touch with us.
Here is a link for those of you who are going to be going to Haberdashers' Abraham Darby Academy.
We have added a new Home Learning Summer 1 folder to the existing resources available in the Home Learning Folder to include some suggested activities for home-learning projects for children who are unable to come into school in light of the latest government guidelines.
Our new First News Resources folder now gives the children access to the newspaper that we have in school each week. Included alongside this are some activities linked to the newspaper including quizzes and puzzles.
All of the children should have their Rising Stars Maths, Reading and GPS revision books at home and these can now be used as a basis for learning activities without specific homework tasks needing to be set from school. (Each book contains a set of answers.) Please could we remind you that the children were also issued with Collins revision books in the Autumn term for Maths and English which should provide additional support where needed. (Please do not let your children write in the Collins books.)
Children who were in school at the end of the day on Tuesday 17th March were issued with duplicate copies of their log-in details for Mathletics, Times Table Rockstars and Bug Club. If any parents of children who were absent on this date wish to have these details, please contact the office who will pass your request on to one of the Year 6 team.
Finally, the BBC have an interactive website- BBC Bitesize KS2 which also provides useful and valuable learning opportunities for children. BBC Teach Live Lessons are now available and these can also be accessed as a catch-up service. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons
All the children should have the Reading VIPERS information fixed into their reading record book. A copy of this can be found in the Curriculum section. We encourage all children to read regularly at home to support the work they are completing in school.