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Year 6 Spring Term 2020 News Letter

Dear Parents and Carers,

Class

Opal

Onyx

Teacher

Mrs Osei

Mr Folkard

Subject

Spring

First Half

Spring

Second Half

Literacy

There’s a boy in a girls dress

Reading Comprehension Strategies

Text marking

There’s a boy in a girls dress

Non-fiction presentation

Maths

Angles,  Area and Perimeter

SATS Preparation

Measurements, Ratio, Algebra,

SATS Preparation

Science

Animals, including Humans: circulation, heart, blood, blood vessels

Animals, including Humans: circulation, heart, blood, blood vessels

ICT

Programming/coding

Computing: Coding – Scratch and Purple Mash

PE

Sport: Striking and Fielding

Health: Healthy body: Blood and Guts

Fitness: Gymfit Circuits

Sport: Young Olympians

Health: Germ Busters

Fitness: Fitness Frenzy

RE

RE: Beliefs in ‘Action in the world’(Human Rights)          

 

PSHE

 

The lasting impact of bullying (& cyber bullying) has on mental well- being.

PSHE: Getting help/ conflict and communication

Isolation and loneliness – the importance of friendships  family, having hobbies and interests on mental well-being

Music

 

Topic /DT

Mindfulness

 

 

Mindfulness

Researching and creating a healthy ‘grab and go’ product

 

PE: Please ensure that your child has the correct PE kit, clearly labelled with their name.  For Indoor PE, black shorts, white T-shirt and plimsolls/trainers are required with the addition of dark tracksuit bottoms/sweatshirt/leggings for Outdoor PE.  This needs to be in a suitable, labelled PE bag. PE kits stay in school until half term as lesson times/days may change.

Homework (spelling, literacy and maths) is given out on Friday and collected in on the following Thursday.  A topic based project may be given out and should be submitted before the end of term. Children will have a weekly spelling test and daily arithmetic challenges. There will be a Pre-SATs meeting in on Thursday 26th March for parents where further information will be given.

All children have a Reading Record book which is for them to complete as they read books taken from their class reading corner.  Please encourage your child to read on a daily basis.

Useful websites for supporting your child’s progress:

http://www.stmaryandstjosephs.co.uk/useful-websites-for-year-6/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/english/spelling_grammar/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/english/reading/

https://uk.ixl.com/math/year-6

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to talk to your child’s teacher after school.

 

Many thanks,

Year 6 Team

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