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St. Ann's Year 6 Class Page

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So then, let us rid ourselves of everything that gets in the way, and of the sin which holds on to us so tightly, and let us run with perseverance the race that lies before us.
                                                                                         
Hebrews 12:1

Welcome to Year 6

The Year 6 Team:

Miss Hunt, Mrs Goulding and Mrs Maitland. 

This year is a very busy one in as we prepare for SATs in May. However, it is still a year where there will be lots of fun with lessons in all areas of the curriculum continuing. 

Part of our role is to prepare the children ready for the transition to High School so we encourage the children to be more independent and responsible for their own learning whilst guiding them to make wise choices.

 What is happening in Year 6? Find out more about what we are doing by looking at our Learning Guide and Curriculum.

curriculum

Have a look at some of the things we have been doing by clicking on our term pages.

Autumn Term 2019

Spring Term 2020

Summer Term 2020

 

 

Reading - Please read at least 3 times per week (at least 10 pages) and discuss what you have read\ mbn including words that you didn't understand with an adult at least once a week. Additionally, try to complete at least two Reading Plus/Lexia assignments at home. To get your signature you need to get an adult to sign to say you have read at least 3 times during the week.

Writing - It is important that you learn to spell the Y5/6 words by heart.  To help with this, please practise a few each night at home. 

SATS

Maths -  It is vital that you keep practising your timestables so that you know all of these off by heart. Make sure you go on TT Rockstars to play your allocated games each week and try to be the TT Rockstars Champion!    

Remember extra work (as detailed above) earns you signatures!  Get an adult at home to write in that you have completed some extra work so that you can get your signature. If you can't do this extra work at home, you can always come into school from 8.30am each morning. 

If you would like to contact us regarding your child's progress, please make an appointment with the class teacher by calling the school office or by email using the form on our contact page.

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