Year 6 - Monday 6th July

Monday, 6th July, 8:00 AM

Good Morning Everyone.

How is everyone doing? We can't believe there are only two weeks to go! 

It was lovely to see even more of you back in school last week and even more joining us this week. We are still thinking of those of you that remain at home and are really missing seeing you so please keep in touch. As always, an update on how everything is going, any questions or worries that we might be able to help with or even just an email to say 'Hello,' would be lovely.

Remember to keep an eye out this week for information coming your way about the leavers' assembly, dance video, smiley prizes and how to collect all your work -including your amazing artwork going right back to reception!

We will continue with a home learning medley. This week's book is called Greta and The Giants.
This is an extra big medley and has enough activities to last two weeks. Read the story on the PDF at the end of the blog or listen to it being read here:     

Choose one (or more) activity per day.  You will be expected to complete 5 different activities in a week and we would like them emailed to the class        email address. You can send these to us daily, or save them up and send them in one 'bundle' if you wish.  We will respond to the emails as soon as we can but definitely by Wednesday.  The Medley of activities are attached at the bottom of the page.

As well as your medley activity, we would also like you to complete 30 minutes of Doodle maths every day, read for pleasure for at least twenty minutes every day and practice your weekly spellings on Spelling Shed. If you also want an extra challenge, attached below are the maths resources that we will be using at school this week - feel free to give those a go too.

Transition   - This week you should be receiving a booklet called 'It's Your Move.' In it, you will find lots of useful information and ideas all about transition to secondary school.  There are also some really useful short films on the BBC site which can be found at this link:            

Road safety 

The number of child pedestrian fatalities in the United Kingdom is high compared to other European countries. Children aged between 11 and 15 remain the most at risk. We would love it if you could design a road safety poster after you have looked at the films and attached resources. 



PSHEE- Sex and Relationships

This week at school we will be covering the PSHEE topic: Sex and Relationship Education.

It’s a bit tricky learning about this online, face-to-face with a trusted adult is easier.  We know that this topic will be covered during your PSHEE lessons at secondary but if you want to familiarise yourself with the topic like us at school, please talk to your trusted adult. 

If you would like any information sheets to help you with this discussion, please let us know and we can email them to you. 

Have a great week.

Mrs Packer, Miss Barber and Mr Mann.