Welcome to Year 6!
Respect Relationships Reflective Responsible Resilient
We have put together some links to online resources that can support children learning at home.
We would ask that Parents consider how to keep children safe when they are online. NSPCC has some fantastic guidance available here: . We would recommend setting parental controls on any devices and keep an eye on your child's history.
Reading for pleasure
We have produced some suggested reading lists for each year group which might be helpful to provide high quality texts at home for your child.
www.getepic.com (hundreds of free books to read on line)
Topic games/ useful websites
Staying active is really important, but harder if you’re having to try and stay away from others here are some websites that might help.
Twinkl currently have an offer for all parents to be able to access their resources:
Step 2: Enter the code CVDTWINKLHELPS
Step 3: Share the offer code and website link with anyone who could benefit
A very warm welcome to Year 6 from Mrs Plaskitt, Mrs Beckinsale-Yates, Mrs Price, Miss Monaghan, Mrs Goodman, Mrs Veasey and Mr Aherne!
In Year 6, children are given the opportunity to build on their successes from their time in Key Stage 2. Throughout Year 6, the children will be exploring a variety of exciting and engaging cross-curricular topics including: Ancient Greece, South America and Natural Disasters and World War Two.
Throughout the year we will cover weekly SEAL lessons, which will focus on our 5 Rs. This half term our 5R focus is Responsible and our SEAL topics is 'Good to be me!'.
All of our topics will have a Creative Homework Project linked to them, which will give children the opportunity to showcase their talents, strengths and interests. This will be given to children at the start of each half term and is optional.
We also encourage our year 6 pupils to become young ambassadors and take on leading roles around school. We have a young leaders programme which runs on a Friday afternoon, where our pupils lead our year 3/4 children in P.E. and music activities. Our super sixes also get opportunities to develop their gardening skills and complete a very exciting 'Forest Schools' programme which is always incredibly popular.
Could we please ask that you ensure PE kits are kept in school all week. Our PE days are Thursdays and Fridays, but there are often extra PE opportunities throughout the week. Children will also have daily physical activities.
The more children are in school, the more they are learning. Our aim is to have children in school as much as possible. Ideally, we are aiming for at least 97% attendance.
We use class dojo to support good home / school communication and enable children to celebrate their achievements and share this with the people who care.
You can access this by visiting https//www.classdojo.com
Please see Class dojo for children's weekly spellings and homework. Thank you.
Grammarsaurus are also very good.