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Year 6

with Mrs Craggs 

Year 6

 

Dear Parents and Carers,

I hope Year 6 had a restful time over the Easter holiday.  We now have a very important term's work ahead of us.

A new journal contains updated  timetable information.  Pupils still need to focus on becoming more independent and keep taking responsibility for organising themselves.  I am seeing signs of progress in the class - well done!  Please ensure that your child brings their journal to and from school every day and please give reminders about homework.  It is always helpful if parents/carers can take some time to look at the homework set.  If you feel the need to support your child, please annotate the work or allow them to give a corrected answer, but not rub  out their original work.  We can then see where extra support is needed.  

  PE kit is needed in school on Tuesdays and Fridays.

Homework arrangements stay in place unless otherwise noted in journals:

Grammar work - due in each Monday.

Mathematics - due in each Wednesday. 

Spellings are usually tested each Wednesday. 

Regular reading to develop reading stamina:  20-30 minutes per day (please encourage your child to record in the journal).

  Reading to and adult and discussing the texts two or three times per week would be highly beneficial.  (Please record/comment on reading in the journal - thank you.)

For full details of the homework in Year 6 please click here.

We have high expectations of behaviour, as this is essential if all pupils are to achieve their full potential and fully enjoy their learning at school.  Rewards such as house points, raffle tickets and class awards continue.

This term our topic is "Medicine Through the Ages." We shall also be visiting Lichfield Cathedral with Year 5 and undertaking lots of transition work to prepare the children for Secondary School.  

 If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.  Many thanks for your continued support.

Mrs Craggs.

 

 

Spring Letter to Parents