Welcome to the Year Six hub page.
This half term we will be working hard on promoting and improving reading throughout the school. We will be teaching extra reading lessons throughout the week and these will be recorded in your child’s reading diaries. To support the extra work in school, we ask for your child to read at least 3x a week at home and have their diary signed by an adult.
We are still continuing with our Planet Rocks topic and this term will see a switch in focus to Geography. Also this term, we are holding our ‘Safety Week’ which will incorporate a lot of different areas including: e-safety, anti-bullying and radicalisation. If there is an area you feel is important to be covered then please come and see me.
Please note that homework is still due in on a Wednesday and that spellings are now on a Thursday.
I would like to finish by saying that it is a pleasure to be teaching your child again and that we will be working hard as they continue along their learning pathway.
If you have any questions about how your child is doing at school then please don’t hesitate to contact me at school.
Click on the links to the right to see our latest newsletters.
We are very proud of all our Year Six pupils who graduated from the DARE programme this week.
They spent ten weeks working with DARE Officer O'Sullivan to learn about Drug and Resistance Education.
During their graduation ceremony to parents today, they LEAD the way and shared all that they have learnt. it really EMPOWERED them for life and they have ACHIEVED skills and strategies that will keep them safe and able to make informed choices to give them the DRIVE to succeed.
Well done Year Six.
Well done to Ruby who won the Cuber Bullying poster design as part of the programme learning in DARE
Year Six went to watch Nottingham Panthers train and then joined them on the ice last week.
What a fantastic opportunity!!