During Lent we are encouraged to Give, Fast and Pray. We will be raising funds for the Zimbabwean charity Mavambo, who Fr Richard, will be visiting in April. Please give what you can to help this worthy cause.
The children did a fantastic job during Science Week, taking part in a range of scientific activities.
We had a visit from animal specialist, Ranger Russ.
In maths the children had to explore ways of making a nutritional meal.
This term the Year 6 children will be readying themselves for the SATs by practising past-paper questions.
Our class novel is Under the Hawthorn Tree.
The children will continue to develop their writing skills by carrying out weekly extended writing tasks. They will also be developing their comprehension skills by analysing language use and making inferences about author intention. Please support your child in completing any set work and ensuring they are working on their writing targets.
The children will be continuing to consolidate their arithmetic skills and develop their reasoning and problem solving skills through investigations and practical activities. There will be opportunities for the children to work in groups to compete against their classmates (for prizes), as well as competing against each other. As always, please support your child as much as possible with their work and encourage them to use Mathletics to complete their homework, which is set on a Wednesday. If you have any problems using Mathletics at home,
please notify Mr Rodger.
This half-term in PE, the children are doing gymnastics and games. Remember that your child will need a PE kit for Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
Please find below a link to Lexia - a spelling and reading programme.
Your log in is your first name and the first letter of your surname (eg Sarah Smith would be sarahs).
Your password is read.
Any problems or questions please ask Mrs Price in Year 6.