Category: Year 6

Year 6K

OAKLANDS 2017

Day 1:

Friday 23rd June 2017

Summer 2nd Half Week 3 – 4 Weeks to go!

Science – FORCES

This week we looked at forces, in particular gravity, and designed bottle rockets. We launched our rockets and tried to see which one flew the highest. We used aerodynamics and streamlined shapes to help reduce air resistance. We made a short video of our rockets that we will share with you on 14th July. Here are our finished rockets, click on an image to view it full size.

Quiche Makers

Our second group of chefs created their quiche to enjoy at home. We had a slight mix up with some ingredients which meant it had to be put back to Thursday, but it all worked out in the end.

Science – Habitats

We worked in groups to collate our findings about animals, plants and their habitats. It was part of our work on evolution and inheritance.

Next Week:

OAKLANDS!

 

Weekend Homework:

Pack your bag for OAKLANDS!

 

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Friday 16th June 2017

Summer 2nd Half Week 2 – 5 Weeks to go!

Talent Show

On Tuesday we had our class auditions for the talent show. Isaac, Rose and Kaitlyn all sang songs, Molly, Lucy and Luke played the keyboard, Liam, Adam and Joe performed a rap, Izzy, Emma and Caitlin danced and Jacob T astounded us with magic!

After a secret vote Kaitlyn was announced as our class winner who will go through to Friday’s Final.

We also decided that as Jacob was so entertaining we woulds ask him to be a warm-up act for the final next week.

 

Attendance Treat – Friday

We had a fun day today as a treat for winning the attendance again! We spent the morning playing maths games outside and then watched High School Musical together. It is a very fitting film as our Year 6 move ever closer to High School themselves. The movie is all about being yourself and not letting other people judge you.

In the afternoon we played games across the entire school site! We played two treasure hunts and then chose toe play football, basketball or to just run about on the field!

Several children had brought in some snacks to share with their friends and/or the whole class. We were lucky that the weather stayed dry.

Leavers’ Hoodies

Melissa’s mum has very kindly given up many hours of her time to arrange for special ‘Hoodies’ to be available for you to buy, should you wish. There is no obligation to buy a hoodie. She has put together an information pack which was sent home with your child today. In it you will find all the information you need should you wish to purchase a hoodie for your child. Please note that cheques/payments are to be made to Julie Evans and not the school. As they could only be printed in black and white, I have added a colour photograph below for you to see it more clearly. You can click on the image to enlarge it if you wish.

Next Week:

Our quiche makers were chosen at random using Class Dojo. They are Joe H, Xavia, Rose, Kaitlyn, Molly and Skye. They will each be making a quiche with our head chef on Tuesday afternoon. They need to bring in £1 and a baking tray and container. All the details can be found by clicking the following link: Cooking with Sue 2017

The class page will only be updated once a week from now on.

 

Homework: Adaptations of Animals. Complete two question pages for Monday.

 

Friday 23rd June: Own clothes day in exchange for Summer Fair prizes.

Friday 23rd June: Talent Show Final.

Monday 26th, Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th June: Oaklands Residential.

Friday 30th June: Own clothes day in exchange for Summer Fair prizes. 

WB Monday 3rd July: Sports Week.

Tuesday 4th July: Personal Safety session with Judo instructor. In the school hall at 1pm. 

Friday 7th July: Race for Life. 

Saturday 8th July: Summer Fair.

Wednesday 12th July: High School Induction Day. Attend new High School wearing Pensby Primary School uniform.

Friday 14th July: Leavers’ 6:00pm till approx. 7:00pm. Children can wear whatever they feel most comfortable in and are to be in school by 5:45pm.

Monday 17th July: PTA Treat Day to New Brighton (Bubbles, Bowling and Laser Quest) totally FREE. Children wear their own comfy clothes. Lunch is provided. Arrive and leave school at the normal times.

Friday 21st July 2017: Last Day. Children may bring an old shirt to be signed and a permanent marker. Please note – We cannot sign anything that a child is wearing.

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Wednesday 14th June 2017

On Tuesday our first Quiche group worked with Mrs Humphreys in the hall. Here are some pictures to show you how they did…

Each week will choose 6 different children to work in the kitchen. Please read Cooking with Sue 2017 for more information.

We completed out Living Things topic in Science today. We have already begun looking at Evolution and Inheritance. Tonight’s homework is the first task. Due Friday 16th June 2017.

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Monday 12th June 2017

We spent today reviewing our work on living things. We had already looked at plants and animals before half term. Today we discussed micro-organisms. We then watched ‘Inside The Factory’ which took us on an amazing tour of bread making! It was unbelievable. you can view it too by clicking the iPlayer link below…

BBC iPlayer – Bread

Oaklands

Our residential is quickly approaching and we are still waiting on a handful of consent forms. These need to be in school by Wednesday 14th June 2017 at the very latest please, as they are needed in order to complete various other documentation relating to our visit – without which we will be unable to attend. Paper copies have been sent home if they were not collected at the meeting before half term. You can print another copy by clicking the links below or you can can speak to the school office who will print you another copy for a small charge.

Parental Consent form – Oaklands 2017

Parental Consent Form – Wirral 2017

Homework: Fill in the ‘Making Keys’ activity sheet. Due Wednesday 14th June 2017.

Please view the link below for details of a Dragon Making Workshop at Heswall Primary School on Monday 19th June.

DRAGON MAKING WORKSHOP

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Friday 9th June 2017

Summer 2nd Half Week 1 – 6 Weeks to go!

What an amazing first week back. We have been drawing, singing and playing together every day!

  • After our morning writing session with local author Sue Hoffmann, we drew our own dragon designs and have displayed them in the classroom. It is the most colourful our room has looked all year.
  • We have talked a lot about the Leavers Show, which is on Friday 14th July in the school hall. We can’t tell you too much about it, as we want it to be a surprise, but you may hear your child singing a lot more than usual around the house.
  • We won the attendance again this week! That means we are due another treat. We are having a movie/sports day on Friday 16th June.
  • On Friday we were treated to a morning with Mr Davies. Mr Kausen had left specific instructions for the children to write poems about they annoy him, however they decided they would write poems about how he annoyed them! How rude! You can read Mr Klausen’s poem and the Year 6 children’s response by clicking the links below…

How To Annoy My Teacher

How My Teacher Annoys Me

We still haven’t had all the New Brighton and Oaklands forms returned. Can we please have these on Monday.

 

Next Week:

  • Next week we have Pensby and Calday High School staff coming in to meet the children.
  • Tuesday is our class auditions for the Talent Show. We will then choose a winner to represent our class at the Final the following week.
  • On Tuesday our frist group of budding chefs will be making a quiche with our head cook Mrs Humpreys. Please click Cooking with Sue 2017 for more details. Next week’s chefs are Maddie, Lydia, Fabio, Anne-Marie, Gareth and Daniel.
  • On Thursday, Mr Spencer (our Chair of Governors) is going to treat us to a special maths lesson. How exciting!
  • On Friday we are having yet another Attendance Treat Day! Yes, we won AGAIN! We will spend the morning watching High School Musical together and then we will play some games in the hall and end the day up on the field. Any donations of cakes, crisps or biscuits would be much appreciated.

Weekend Homework:

  • If you are taking part in the Talent Show then you need to rehearse and be ready for Tuesday’s auditions.
  • Learn the lyrics to our new class song, Breaking Free. You can also sing along to the karaoke version by selecting the link below…
  • Save a plastic bottle for next week’s science lesson. Any size will do (1l, 2l, 3l etc…) as long as it has a small opening (like a coke bottle but NOT milk bottles, Oasis or Lucozade type).

Summer 2nd Half

Tuesday 13th June: Class auditions for Talent Show.

Tuesday 13th June: Pensby High School in to meet with the children.

Thursday 15th June: Calday Grange Grammar School into meet with the children.

Thursday 15th June: Father’s Day Gift Sale.

Friday 16th June: Attendance Treat Day. Children may come to school wearing ‘sporty’ clothes.

Friday 23rd June: Own clothes day in exchange for Summer Fair prizes.

Friday 23rd June: Talent Show Final.

Monday 26th, Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th June: Oaklands Residential.

Friday 30th June: Own clothes day in exchange for Summer Fair prizes. 

Tuesday 4th July: Personal Safety session with Judo instructor. In the school hall at 1pm. 

Friday 7th July: Race for Life. 

Saturday 8th July: Summer Fair.

Wednesday 12th July: High School Induction Day. Attend new High School wearing Pensby Primary School uniform.

Friday 14th July: Leavers’ 6:00pm till approx. 7:00pm. Children need to be in their school uniform (unless told otherwise) and in school by 5:45pm.

Monday 17th July: PTA Treat Day to New Brighton totally FREE. Children wear their own clothes. Lunch is provided. Arrive and leave school at the normal times.

Friday 21st July 2017: Last Day. Children may bring an old shirt to be signed and a permanent marker. Please note – We cannot sign anything that a child is wearing.

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Wednesday 7th June 2017

Homework: Continue to improve your bed making skills and keeping your room tidy in preparation for the Oaklands residential. Start ticking off the items on the kit list and make sure you have a case with wheels ready to pack!

If you haven’t already, you have three things to do for Friday…

1) Make sure you have brought in two photographs of yourself when you were younger (these will be returned).

2) Ask a parents/guardian to complete and return the New Brighton permission form (a paper copy was sent home before half term):

New Brighton, Leavers and Key Dates Letter.

3) Ask your parent/guardian to compete and return the both the Wirral and Oaklands Consent Forms (paper copies have been sent home):

Parental Consent form – Oaklands 2017

Parental Consent Form – Wirral 2017

It’s also not too late to purchase a signed copy of High King. Bring your money in on Friday and we’ll ask Sue to come back to school and sign a copy of her book for you.

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Monday 5th June 2017

Summer Term 2nd Half Week 1

We had a visit from local author Sue Hoffmann. She read extracts from her book High King. We designed our own new creature from a new land and wrote a descriptive passage about a dragon we had encountered!

Sue also signed copies of her book. She has offered to return to school on Friday and sign books for anyone who forgot to bring their £’7.49 in today.

You can read the first part of the book on the Amazon website by clicking the link below…

High King

In the afternoon we discussed the Talent Show. We are having our class auditions on Tuesday 13th June.

Homework: Find two photographs of when you were younger (but not a baby) and bring them to school on Wednesday please.

 

Friday 26th May

End of Summer First Half

Charity Day

Today we raised over £700 for charity!

Year 6 worked exceptionally hard to day to provide fun and games for all the other children in the school. They each managed their own stalls and raised an astonishing amount of money for their 4 chosen charities.

Isaac was a Super Star. He collected just over £200 today, which when added to the total he has already raised on his just giving page sends his total to over £767. He sat in front of the entire school and has his hair professionally shaved off!

Year 6 were treated to a delicious chippy dinner, courtesy of Gareth’s extremely generous mum, who had ordered and paid for 15 large portions of chips for us to enjoy! Thank you! We had help from Mr Davies, Mrs Shaw, Mrs Evans and Mrs Clark setting up the tables and pouring the juice.

Earlier this week…

We’ve worked hard this week to create two new classroom displays. The first is our DREAM display which incorporates many of the elements we utilised when writing our poems for the Young Writers competition. The second is our PORTRAIT display. We each followed a set of instructions to draw a self portrait. We then painted them and mounted them onto coloured card before displaying them for all to see. We hope you agree that our work looks fantastic! It was nice spending some time being creative…

Half Term Homework:

  • Learn to put on your pillow case and duvet cover. Learn how to make you bed and keep your bedroom tidy! All essential skills for your upcoming residential to Oaklands!
  • Letter Writing: Write a letter to Mrs Brown complaining about Mr Klausen making you write lots of poetry. If you enjoy writing lots of poetry, then write to Mrs Brown either complaining that you don’t do it enough, or that some of your friends are complaining that they don’t like it! Either way, write a letter of complaint. Letter of Complaint Examples

 

Key Dates:

Summer 2nd Half

  • Monday 5th June: Visit by local author Sue Hoffmann. Signed books available to buy on the day for £7.49 (please bring money in a named envelope if you wish to purchase a book).
  • Thursday 8th June: Election day. School closed.

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Charity Day – Isaac

As you are aware, Isaac has volunteered to have his hair shaved off as part of our Charity Day fundraiser this Friday. He has already set up a Just Giving Page, and at the time or writing has raised £462. That’s AMAZING! We are hoping to collect another £100 at Friday’s event. Isaac will have his hair shaved at a special assembly on Friday morning.

Isaac’s Just Giving Page

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Monday 22nd May 2017

Poetry. We shared our dream homework. We then completed the planning for our dream poems using the Young Writers video guide. Next we completed a dream jar, in which we drew/illustrated or write our dream ideas…

We then used our ideas to write a dream poem.

When we had shared, revised and edited our poems we published them onto the competition sheets to be sent off in the post… wish us luck!

Homework: Design a ‘line tag’ course. it can be a circle, rectangle or square. The winning course (chosen by Mrs Gilleece) will be recreated in full-scale on the playground for Wednesday’s PE lesson.

  • Tuesday 23rd May: Class and individual photos. Wear a jumper/cardigan and black shoes!
  • Wednesday 24th May: Any Charity Day materials/resources need to be in school by today (except for cakes/biscuits).
  • Thursday 25th May: Oaklands Meeting (for parents/carers only). 6:15pm (not 6:00pm).
  • Friday 26th May: Charity Day. Children can wear their own clothes to school. Lunch is provided for FREE (chip butties).

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Friday 19th May 2017

Summer 1st Half Week 5 – One week to go!

Once Upon A Dream - The BFPWe are entering a writing competition.  We have to write a poem inspired by our dreams. Whether it’s a real-life aspiration, a wonderful world created inside their mind or even influenced by a nightmare or fear, Once Upon A Dream is a fantastic way  to express ourselves!

With Once Upon A Dream, anything is possible…

Young Writers Competition details can be found by following this link:

Once Upon a Dream

We have spent most of this week preparing for Charity Day. After choosing our 4 charities, we worked in groups to research them. We used the iPads to find out when the charities started, what work they did and how they helped families. We used this information to create some posters to share in a special assembly.

We used the information to produce some facts sheets. We would need to refer to these for our writing task later in the week…

Next Week:

Charity Day is on Friday 26th May. Year 6 may come to school in their own clothes. We are planning to have chip butties for our lunch that day. If your child would prefer a school dinner or packed lunch then that is perfectly fine.

For more information about Charity Day, please refer to the following link: CHARITY DAY 2017 Information Letter.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – Your child should have come home with a letter detailing Charity Day, PTA Treat Day and the Leavers’ Award Ceremony. You can view the letter by clicking HERE.

 

Weekend Homework: Write about a dream you have had. It could be real or made up. Refer to the guidance in the Once Upon a Dream lesson video HERE.

 

Key Dates: Summer term is very busy for Year 6. You will find the Key Dates on the ‘Important Information’ letter above.

  • Tuesday 23rd May: Class and individual photos. Wear a jumper/cardigan and black shoes!
  • Wednesday 24th May: Any Charity Day materials/resources need to be in school by today (except for cakes/biscuits).
  • Thursday 25th May: Oaklands Meeting (for parents/carers only). 6:15pm (not 6:00pm).
  • Friday 26th May: Charity Day. Children can wear their own clothes to school. Lunch is provided for FREE (chip butties).
  • Friday 26th May: Finish for Half Term break.

Summer 2nd Half

  • Monday 5th June: Visit by local author Sue Hoffmann. Signed books available to buy for £7.49.
  • Thursday 8th June: Election day. School closed.
  • Friday 14th July: Leavers’ 6:00pm till approx. 7:00pm. Children need to be in their school uniform (unless told otherwise) and in school by 5:45pm.
  • Monday 17th July: PTA Treat Day to New Brighton totally FREE. Children wear their own clothes. Lunch is provided. Arrive and leave school at the normal times.
  • Friday 21st July 2017: Last Day. Children may bring an old shirt to be signed and a permanent marker. Please note – We cannot sign anything that a child is wearing.

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CHARITY DAY 2017 Information Letter

On Friday 26th May, Year 6 will be holding their annual ‘Charity Day’ for all the children from Nursery to Year 5.

This year we have decided to share the money raised between Cancer Research UK, Autism Together, Claire House and Ronald McDonald House.

On Friday 26th May your child may come to school dressed in their own clothes.

Thank You

Mr Klausen

Monday 15th May 2017

Today has been mostly dedicated to preparing for Charity Day, which is on Friday 26th May.

We began the morning by looking at the features of persuasion and had to persuade Mr Klausen to give us some chocolates. We used emotive language to good effect and we even had some begging!

Persuasion come sin many forms and its features can largely be determined by the media in which it is to be presented. We viewed some classic TV adverts that used humour to persuade viewers to buy their products.

We then spoke about the various charities we wanted to support and gave reasons for our choices. We narrowed the list down and had a secret vote for our favourite. However, the decision was too close and they were all such well deserving charities that we decided to choose them all! So this year we are raising money for 4 charities that are close to our hearts. They are…

Request: Please send into school any unwanted teddy bears or nail varnish that we could use at the Charity Day event. Thank you.

Homework: Make a list of all the things you need for Charity Day. Cross them off as you get them. Bring everything into school by Wednesday 24th May 2017.

 Friday 12th May 2017

No More SATs!

We have successfully made it through SATs week. It has actually been great fun and has gone really quickly!

We ended the week with a mammoth, water enriched, extravaganza. A picture tells a thousand words… so here’s several thousand words…

Weekend Homework:

Have a think about which charity you would like to raise money for on our Charity Day.

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Wednesday 10th May 2017

SATs Week

SATs Update:

  • This week has been amazing! We have completed all but one of the SATs tests and so far it has gone really well!
  • On Monday we had the Reading paper – all those comprehension homework and challenging reading texts made a massive difference. The texts were challenging but we worked through them and appear to have done really well.
  • On Tuesday we had the Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling tests. Again all the preparation we have done this year made all the difference. There wasn’t a question type on the paper that we hadn’t covered at some point this year.
  • Wednesday saw the biggest challenge yet, as we had two maths tests to do. As we are sitting the tests in two groups, the adults essentially had four tests to invigilate. As the children in each group are not allowed to come into contact with each other, we worked with military precision to move the groups around the school between each test. A big thank you has to go out to all the staff who are supporting the children this week. We must also mention the kitchen staff who have been in school extra early all week to prepare breakfast. It is wonderful to see all the children in together so early, enjoying some food and a drink and having a chat. It really relaxes the nerves.
  • We have pent each afternoon doing a bit of revision for the following days test and testing out our water balloons for Friday.

 

  • The whole school have been amazing at supporting us this week by remaining quiet in their classrooms during the tests. It isn’t easy keeping over 200 children quiet!
  • On Wednesday afternoon we had a PE lesson with a difference. We began by working in teams to try and turn over a mat we were standing on! We than had races on the mats across the hall and finally… We invented a new game we like to call ‘Sausage Rolls’, in which our team mates had to roll us across the finish line. Maybe we should just let the pictures explain…
  • Our final test in on Thursday morning. It should all be finished by 11:00am. We are then free to begin planning Charity Day, which is in just over two weeks time.
  • Friday is our fun party day.The children can come into school wearing their own comfortable clothes and will need to bring in a change of clothes (including a change of footwear and underwear) and a towel for our party games. They WILL get wet, and we will still be playing outside even if it rains!

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Friday 5th May 2017

Summer 1st Half Week 3

This Week:

This week has been fun. We have been exploring our new science topic of ‘Living Things’ and enjoyed some fun games both inside and outside the classroom. We split into three groups for a ‘Times Tables Challenge’ where we had a forfeit of either sit-ups, star-jumps or push-ups if we got the wrong answer! It was a fun and challenging game and some of us were deliberately getting the wrong answer so that we could run a lap of the playground!

In PE we had a great game of rounders on the school field. We pitched the boys against the girls and made the most of the nice weather. Hopefully we will get to play again next week.

Next Week:

SATs Week! Please refer to the information booklet sent home on 21st April , or you can view it online by clicking HERE. Please ensure your child gets to bed early and has a good night’s sleep. There will not be any homework next week.

Don’t forget a change of clothes for Friday’s party day! You WILL get wet.

Weekend Homework: Rest. Play games (of the outdoor or board variety), bounce on a trampoline, play catch, watch a movie, have a sleep in… be ready bright and early on Monday morning! See you at 8:15am for breakfast!

Key Dates:

  • Week Beginning 8th May – SATs week. An information booklet has been sent home with your child (Friday 21st April). You can also view it online by clicking the following link: 2017 SATs Information Booklet. During each day of the test week (including Friday), ‘bacon/sausage batches’ will be available to buy from 8:15 in the school Hall. They cost £1 each and are accompanied by a drink of either: water, tea or apple/orange juice. Cereals and toast are also available for a small donation. It is vital that the children get a good start to the day and it is also an excellent way to make sure that they are in on time! If you have any questions about SATs week then please contact the School Office. 
  • Friday 12th May – SATs Party Day. The children can come into school wearing their own comfortable clothes and will need to bring in a change of clothes (including a change of footwear and underwear) and a towel for our party games.
  • Tuesday 23rd May – Class and Individual Photos. Look nice and comb your hair! Please wear a school jumper/cardigan today.
  • Friday 26th May – Year 6 Charity Day. Morning. More details to follow!
  • Wednesday 12th July – Induction Day. All Day. Visit new High Schools on this day.
  • Friday 14th July – Leavers Ceremony. Evening. More details to follow.
  • Monday 17th July – PTA Year 6 Treat Day. All day. More details to follow.
  • Friday 21st July – Last day for Year 6 as Pensby Primary School pupils.

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Wednesday 3rd May 2017

This afternoon we used the ipads to review the photographs we took around the school grounds yesterday. We used Book Creator and PicCollage to showcase our photos and share a bit about what we had learnt about plants. These are just our first go… we will be revisiting them to make improvements later this week.

Homework: Review ‘statement’, ‘command’ and ‘question’ definitions in GPS A5 revision booklet. Revise different tense forms (past perfect etc…). Make sure you bring the booklet in to school tomorrow (Thursday) and Friday.

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Tuesday 2nd May 2017

Today we worked in our small groups looking at percentages and using bar modelling to calculate percentages of quantities.

After break we had a go at answering the comprehension questions we had set for homework. We discovered that it was more difficult writing the questions than answering them.

Some of us produced some wonderful posters to present our writing.

In the afternoon we completed the first part of our new science topic. We are finding out about organisms, in particular plants. We discovered that the term plants covers a vast range of different types with many features that are common between them.

We went on a plant hunt around the school and used the iPads to photograph what we found.

Tomorrow we are going to use the pictures that we’ve taken to create an eBook and to make a key to sort them. 

Homework: 

  1. Times Tables. Times Tables will be tested tomorrow morning – make sure you know them all!
  2. Answer the question: Why do leaves fall off trees?
  3. What time of year will you find conkers on the ground and why?
  4. PE kit for tomorrow. Indoor kit with a spare warm top please.

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Friday 28th April 2017

Summer 1st Half, Week 2

This week:

  • It has been a tiring week, we are really ready for the SATs tests now…
  • Each morning we have been working in our small groups, revising what we have learnt in Maths, Reading, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling.
  • In PE on Wednesday, the boys fought back to win our team games by 4 to 1. We still have one game to finish in next week’s session.

Next Week: 

  • We are thinking about completing some art tasks to brighten up the classroom.
  • There is a poetry competition that some of us may want to enter.
  • We will be working in our small groups for just one hour each day.
  • Mrs Brown will be checking our Times Tables each day.
  • Next week is only 4 days too…
  • On Thursday we will be asked to decide what we would like for breakfast on Monday, a sausage or a bacon butty?

Bank Holiday Weekend Homework – Comprehension Book, pages 32 and 33. Write a persuasive text (could be a letter, speech, poster…) and write some comprehension questions about it. You can test your friends when we return to school on Tuesday. Due Tuesday 2nd May 2017.

 

Key Dates:

  • Monday 1st May – Bank Holiday. School Closed.
  • Week Beginning 8th May – SATs week. An information booklet has been sent home with your child today (Friday 21st April). You can also view it online by clicking the following link: 2017 SATs Information Booklet. During each day of the test week (including Friday), ‘bacon/sausage butties’ will be available to buy from 8:15 in the school Hall. They cost £1 each and are accompanied by a drink of either: water, tea or juice. Cereals and toast are also available for a small donation. It is vital that the children get a good start to the day and it is also an excellent way to make sure that they are in on time! If you have any questions about SATs week then please contact the School Office. 
  • Friday 12th May – SATs Party Day. The children can come into school wearing their own comfortable clothes and will need to bring in a change of clothes (including a change of footwear and underwear) and a towel for our party games.

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