Welcome to our Year 6 class pages. Here you will find information about our classroom routines and a few snapshots of the wonderful things we do in Year 6. There are two Year Six classes – 6Y and 6HB. Mrs Young teaches 6Y and Mrs Hayes and Mrs Boyes teach 6HB.
Reading in Year Six
We bring our reading books into school every day and our record book gets checked once a week. We each have a set day to review our record book and receive our stickers and rewards. The day is written on the front of my purple reading record book.
Books can be changed at any point during the week, before we change them we write a book review in our record book.
An adult should listen to us read every night at home as part of our homework.
Each week in Year 6 we complete homework.
English Homework is issued on a Friday and returned on a Tuesday.
Maths Homework is given out on a Wednesday, to be returned on a Monday.
We also have Spellings to learn each week; we receive our list on a Monday and we have our Spelling test on a Friday.
Spelling list link:
PE Days in Year Six
We do outdoor PE on a Monday and indoor PE on a Friday. However, we should bring our PE kits in every Monday morning and leave them in school all week as we may do activities at other times during the week. For indoor PE we should wear a white t-shirt and white or black shorts, with black pumps. For outdoor PE we can wear a tracksuit, especially in the winter, and trainers to keep our feet dry!
We have lots of fun in Year 6 and enjoying learning a wide range of topics. If you would like to find out more about what we are learning click on the link below:
Year 6 Currulum Overview
Watch this space for pictures and information about our work in Year 6!
HEAD BOYS, GIRLS and PREFECTS
We are excited to find out who our Head Boy and Head Girl will be this year; we are also looking forward to finding out more about Prefect duty and what these roles involve.
We are excited about our upcoming trip to the cinema to see ‘Zoo’. This film will compliment our History work on World War One and Two. Please find the details attached here: