Year 6 Weekly Messages 17.03.23
- Please send your child into school with a pair of outdoor shoes, so they are able to go on the school field.
- Rs and Ys are swimming; please make sure they have their swimming kits on Mondays.
- For the next few upcoming weeks the children will not be set mymaths tasks, instead they have been given logins and set quizzes on the maths.co.uk website. The children have been informed about this and shown how to login. For more information please see the letter that was sent home with your child.
- Non- uniform on Monday for Red Nose Day
- Please can everyone bring in a cereal box for Wednesday.
- Parents are invited to read with their children and look through their books on Friday 24th at 2.45.
- Parent consultations are the week beginning the 27th
- Easter Workshops at St Peter’s Church for 6B and 6G 28th March (1-3.00) and at Queens Road Baptist Church for 6R and 6Y (1-3.00)
Home Learning Task
This week year 6 have visited the Ramsgate tunnels. Your homework task this week is to create an information page all about the tunnels. You can use the information you learnt whilst we were there and also find out more from the website. You can present your findings in anyway you like!
Minimum 3x a week. Reading record must be signed by an adult. Can be completed on your own or with your parents.
Friday to Friday.
Tasks will be completed online, with new tasks set every week.
Tasks will always follow the spellings being taught in class that week.
Times Tables Rock Stars:
Minimum 3x a week.
Can be completed on tablets, laptops or mobile phones though the app or the website.
Please log in to Maths.co.uk
Each child received a log in.
Complete the task set by your teacher.
Another fantastic week in year 6!
In English the children have been continuing to read our class text ‘Letters from the Lighthouse’ and this week have written beautiful setting descriptions of the lighthouse.
The highlight of our week has been visiting the Ramsgate tunnels. The children have been so enthusiastic about their WW2 learning and it was so interesting to learn more about the part Thanet played in the war.