We would first like to say a huge well done to all of Year 6 for their hard work last half term.
We are fast approaching our residential to Kingswoood and while it’s the holidays, you may want to start preparing. I’ve cleaned my walking boots and I’m going shopping this week for some extra socks and leggings! You have received the ‘What to pack’ list but here’s a quick reminder.
- Onesie – for onesie night
- Washbag – soap/ shower gel, toothbrush, toothpaste, roll on deodorant
- Leggings/ jogging bottoms lots of them (jeans are not comfortable if they get wet!)
- Waterproof coat
- Waterproof trousers
- Hat, scarf, gloves
- Outdoor shoes – walking boots or wellies are best again it can be very wet and muddy and trainers will make your feet cold. If you are buying new shoes, make sure you wear them a few times first. We don’t want blisters!
- Lots of socks
Remember to put your full name in everything.
Keep your fingers crossed that the weather will be as nice as it has been these last few days but we have been during ice, fog, snow and lots and lots of rain! If it is cold, wearing lots of thin layers is the best way to stay warm because then if you do get too hot, then you can take things off! It is easier to cool down than to warm up.
Decathalon have some great waterproof clothing in and at a reasonable price.
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We would like to wish all our Year 6s the best for this week.
You are ALL amazing super stars and should be really proud of your hard work and determination.
Now it’s your time to shine – so shine brightly.
Go Team Year 6!
Here is one of our mathematicians of the week. Congratulations on all you hard work.
Next week is SATs week
Monday 13th May – English grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 1: questions
English grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 2: spelling (two papers)
Tuesday 14th May – Reading paper (one paper)
Wednesday 15th May – Arithmetic Paper 1 and Reasoning Paper 2 (two papers)
Thursday 16th May – Reasoning Paper 3 (one paper)
But as the year 6s all know – there is nothing to worry about.
You have all worked hard in your lessons and with your home learning.
To make sure you can be the best you can be, make sure you have plenty of rest and relaxation over the weekend.
Arrive at school for your free breakfast in Breakfast Club Monday 13th May to Thursday 16th May because we all know we need fuel to function!
Let,s hear it for the boys!
This week you have both impressed the Year 6 Team in maths with your hard work and positive attitudes. It is great to see your hands up, offering answers and sharing your thoughts and opinions. Keep up the super work!
Welcome back Year 6 – we hope you have had a relaxing break and you’re all refreshed and raring to go!
This week is MOCK SATs week – our last practise before the real things in a few weeks! You have all worked so hard and we are all really proud of you!
Remember to get your free breakfast (Monday – Thursday) from Breakfast Club so you are fully fuelled and set up for the day ahead. Getting a good nights sleep will also help you prepare.
Look at our Home Learning Page for other tips and ideas.
Who would have would have thought about combining tennis with SPaG? Mrs Hale of course!
What is the plural of sheep?
Why not have a look at grammarsaurus on YouTube for all the songs we have been learning…
One of our activities yesterday was Tag Rugby. We had a great time and the weather was kind.
Everyone has been working hard this week on their multiplication and division challenges, but someone in particular has been trying so hard to be at the top of the leader board. And they have succeeded! Congratulations to all our winners and runners up.