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Grey Squirrels - Yr 6

Welcome to Grey Squirrel's Class page.

 

I can't quite believe it, but we are almost half way through the year already - where does the time go?

As usual, we are keeping the children busy. They are continuing to work really hard and are showing more resilience and determination to succeed in all they attempt. 

 

This term is the busy lead up to SATs. I hope you found the recent SAT meeting helpful and it answered any questions you and you children might have had. If there is something we did not cover then please do come in and speak to one of the members of the Year 6 team.  A copy of the information letter given out at the meeting has been added to our class page.

 

Our main topics this term are as follows:

History and Geography - The World at War - which covers the crisis in Syria and World War Two.

Science - Keeping ourselves Healthy with a special focus on the heart and some dissections going on!!

ICT - Creating PowerPoint presentations and Coding

RE - Exploring the Muslim Faith

PE - Pop Lacrosse

Art - Using pencil and paper, line and tone to create a range of different effects.

Music - Songs from WW2

 

SAT meeting information letter

PRODIGY

 

Just a little reminder that the children are all signed up to an online Maths skills practise app - Prodigy.

It is a really great site which allows the children to practise both old and new skills in a child friendly game. We do plan in some time for the children to access this throughout the school week but it would also be beneficial for them to play it at home too. The sky is the limit on this game, it changes to meet the needs and achievements of the children as they play each section.

 

SPAG.com

 

SPAG.com is an online practise / revision tool for Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling. The children are asked to log on and complete tests or part tests that have been made 'live'. Again, a certain amount of time is set aside within school for them to attempt these but sometimes they made need to be completed at home. At other times, they may be set as a homework task. It is really important that the children complete the ones set as they are analysed and highlight any key areas that the children require extra work on. This may be done as a group or, in certain cases, as individuals. When a test has been set for homework, your child will be informed of this.

 

 

Take Care Homework

Take Care Homework 1
Take Care Homework 2 Jamie's Greek salad - umm, good enough to eat.
Take Care Homework 3 Charlie's Greek research
Take Care Homework 4 Darcie gives us some Greek facts.
Take Care Homework 5 Lexie shares her facts on Greece.
Take Care Homework 6 Anyone for lunch? Daniel shares some menus.
Take Care Homework 7 A creative piece of reseach from Nina.
Take Care Homework 8 Joss's kebabs - all the family enjoyed these.
Take Care Homework 9 Emelia shares information on food.
Take Care Homework 10 Connor's creative chequer board.
Take Care Homework 11 Menu's from Mia
Take Care Homework 12 Looks good Cameron!
Take Care Homework 13 Olivia tried the Ancient look.
Take Care Homework 14 Jordan gives us all the details.
As the end of the current year approaches, I want to thank the children for a great first term. They have worked really hard and given everything to their start in Year 6. I am sure that after a good rest over Christmas they'll be back and ready to face the challenges of the quickly approaching SATs.

Merry Christmas everyone and I hope Santa is good to you all - you deserve it.

A big thank you to all those who attempted the Take Care Homework. There were indeed some very creative pieces and we enjoyed sharing our work and seeing how people had decided to present them. Well done - I look forward to setting the next challenge and seeing the results.
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