- We had a super (although very chilly) residential to Kingswood Colomendy to finish Spring 1. There are photos on the Y6 photos page. PE continues to be on Tuesdays and outdoor PE on Friday afternoons. We do suggest keeping your kit in school all the time though! We are continuing Mrs Blockley’s reading incentive so don’t forget to get your reading record signed at least 5 times a week and there is the Mad Minute Challenge for tables too!
Homework will now be in form of revision books. Your child will be set tasks each week and spellings will be set on a regular basis. As well as this each child has their own Mathletics log in to access set tasks. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.
SATs week is 14th May.
|In Numeracy we will be|| Solving problems involving ratio and proportion
Reviewing our arithmetic skills
Problem solving with fractions, decimals and percentages
|In Reading we will be||Developing our answers to longer comprehension questions looking at variety of texts, including those linking to World War Two|
|In Literacy we will be||Writing a range of texts linking to World War Two.
We will focus on the purpose of our texts as well as developing our language and vocabulary skills.
There will also be revision of all grammar and punctuation terms too.
|In RE we will be||learning about Hinduism as well as discussing forgiveness in the lead up to Easter|
|In topic we will be||learning about World War Two and this topic will last over 2 half terms. We will start by looking at the cause of War. We will then discuss the Blitz and the Home Front including looking at life for children and the changing roles of women during this time|
|In PE we will be||Looking at aerobic fitness and stretching and strengthening as well as developing net and racquet skills|
|In ICT we will be||Using PowerPoints to create presentations including using hyperlinks within the document|
|In Science we will learning how to :||learning about the heart and circulatory system|
Your support at home is invaluable. Please help by practicing times tables. Children must know all their tables and related division facts. They should also use the fact that 3 x 7 = 21 to help them recall that 0.3 x 7 = 2.1 and 30 x 7 = 210. The children are now familiar with all four formal methods for calculation and we would encourage them to practise these as much as possible.