Our classroom is a stimulating and happy environment with opportunities for all children to learn and grow. We respect and care for each other, encouraging everyone to be the best that they can be.
In Year 6 we strive to have high standards and expect all children to be wearing the correct uniform, complete all homework that is set and read at least three times a week, at home, to an adult.
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Our topic this half term is 'Frozen Kingdom', where we will be learning arctic animals,studying different types of icebergs, investigating the events surrounding the sinking of the Titanic and looking at Scott's Antarctic explorations.
In English we will be writing in a cross curricular manner, creating chronological reports about the sinking of the Titanic, .
In Year 6, we constantly strive to be ambitious and effective writers, creating texts with purpose which entertain and inform our readers and using our best vocabulary, spelling, handwriting, punctuation and grammar.
Year 6's ambitious mathematicians will be tackling lots of different areas of maths this half term, including addition, subtraction, transformations and handling data. We will continue to test the minds of our mathematicians with lots of problem solving and reasoning activities linked to these areas.
Homework is given to the children at various point during the school week and should be completed to the best of their ability.
Spellings are given out on Mondays, to be tested on a Friday.
Reading comprehension is distributed on a Wednesday, to be completed for Thursday.
Learning Log tasks are set on a Friday, to be returned on Thursday.
Maths homework is given out on a Friday, to be completed by Monday.
Children are expected to read every day in ear 6, in order to best prepare them for their SATs tests.