Welcome to Year 6L!
Year 6 is a very important year so parents and pupils often have many questions, usually about SATs and high schools. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss anything.
If there have been any changes, please update your contact details at the school office.
If your child has a medical condition, please inform school as soon as possible. If your child requires an inhaler, or any other medication, please make sure it is in school and in date.
Children must bring their reading book and record to school on a daily basis. Reading records are to be used by the children to record what they have read and for parents/carers to provide feedback, or make comments, on the reading they have done with their child.
Spellings and homework will be sent out every Friday. Homework is to be returned to school by the following Wednesday. Please ensure your child completes their homework every week. This is in addition to reading each night. Spellings and homework play a key part in consolidating learning. Revising all of the times tables on a weekly basis will also help your child.
P.E. lessons will take place every Tuesday and Thursday. Please ensure a full P.E. kit is in school.
Thank you to everyone who attended our assembly. We introduced our new Reception class and celebrated our Come and See theme of 'Family'.
We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!
We promise to:
Our world is a special place so let's take care of it!
As part of our 'Ordination' and 'Vocation' Come and See topic, we visited Father John (with 6Mc). In Church we asked questions in order to learn more about the Sacrament of Ordination. We found out about the life of a priest and how Father John recognised his calling to Priesthood. We learned about how Father John was inspired, who helped him realise his vocation and what being a priest involves. Father John explained the Sacrament of Holy Orders and the symbolism of items received. He recalled how precious his own Ordination was. Following the visit we returned to school with a deeper understanding of 'Vocation' and 'Ordination'. Thank you Father John.