Relationships and Sex Education in Year Six - a reminder
I do hope you all received the letter from the office about the RSE lessons. Just a reminder that if you have any questions about the content that will be taught (starting next week, Monday 12th July) to make contact with either myself or Mr Griffin (RE/PSHE lead) before Friday 9th July.
Many thanks in advance.
IMPORTANT DATES FOR END OF YEAR SIX CELEBRATIONS
Monday 28th June - Y6 leavers' trip (in lieu of PGL), place of trip is to be a surprise for children
Monday 12th July - costumes for performance to be brought in
w/b Monday 12th July - Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) teaching week
Monday 19th July - 2pm, performance 1 of leavers' concert
Tuesday 19th July - 2pm, performance 2 of leavers' concert
Welcome to Year Six!
I am Ms Lankester, your class teacher. Our teaching assistant this year will be Mrs Billios. We are both very excited to see you back at school and start a fantastic new year.
- We start school at 8.30am and finish at 3.00pm
- Children should wear their P.E kits on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to school
- A small pencil case is allowed, but should be left in school
- Avoid bringing unnecessary items to school where possible i.e a coat on a twenty degree day
For any homework, please check the class page and Google Classroom. The log in is the same as last year and your child will need to accept the invitation to the class '6SL 2020-2021'.
The class web page remains the main form of communication between the school and your child. Should you have a general query, please ask your child to relay the message to me in class or see me at pick up time at the end of the day (I would be most grateful if you could remain on the gate side of the yellow line). Otherwise, I will aim to respond to any written communication within 72 hours.
Many thanks for your understanding and continued support. It is much appreciated, especially in these difficult times.
Please see link below from Moving Matters about their half term clubs:
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