Welcome to Year 6F's Class Page
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.
Thank you for all your help and support, it is greatly appreciated.
If you have updated your phone, or recently moved, please update your contact details at the school office as soon as possible, this assists us greatly to keep our files up to date.
A quick reminder -if your child has a medical condition that staff need to know about, please inform school as soon as possible. If your child requires an inhaler, or any other medicine, please make sure it has been returned to school, and is not out of date.
Children are invited to bring their own snacks to be eaten during morning or afternoon break times. Snacks should be a healthy food choice such as fruit or a cereal bar. Chocolate bars and crisps are not considered to be healthy snacks.
P.E. sessions take place each Tuesday, although this may be subject to changes throughout the school year. Please ensure a full P.E. kit is worn to school on this day with a school jumper or cardigan. Swimming lessons are starting on Thursday 16th June for children in Year 6. Children will need a one-piece swimming costume/ swimming trunks and a swimming hat for their lessons. Children are allowed to take goggles if they wish.
Homework will be set, in line with school policy, each Monday. The instructions will be posted each week on the class blog on the VLE. We appreciate your patience and understanding over the new ways in which homework will have to be completed. Please encourage your child to complete all their homework tasks every week as well as reading each night (approx. 20-30mins). The children will be tested on their spellings and times tables each Friday.
Homework is a great way to prepare children for high school and a key part in consolidating their learning. Revising times tables will also help your child with key elements of Maths.
If your child is finding homework a challenge please do not hesitate to contact me so that we can discuss it together.
All children should now be wearing our Summer uniform; please ensure that children wear black school shoes and not trainers; shoulder length hair should be tied back (plaits, bunches or ponytail) and ribbons and headbands should be royal blue/blue in colour and suitable for school. My thanks for supporting our uniform policy which ensures that our pupils always look their best!
Our School Mission Day
Faithfully following in the footsteps of Jesus,
we serve, love and learn together
inspiring each other to excellence.
On Thursday 16th September, we celebrated and reflected on our Mission Statement as a whole school and thought about how we try to follow in the footsteps of Jesus by serving and loving others. We enjoyed special times of worship, singing and creative activities together. It was a wonderful day and we felt inspired by each other. Enjoy browsing through some of our special moments and work from the day.
School & Eco Councillor Elections
I am very proud of all the children who put themselves forward to represent the class as a potential Eco and School Councillor. The individual presentations were excellent and the results were close.
Congratulations to Lewis and Ethan who were voted by the class to be our Eco Councillors and to Leo and Mollie who will represent Year 6F on the School Council.
Hello Yellow Day
On Friday 8th October, we raised awareness of positive mental health and embraced Hello Yellow. We thought about the importance of being kind to each other and ourselves and how different strategies can help us to help feel calm and positive.