Welcome to Koalas! Year 6 is an exciting year and one where every opportunity should be embraced. Some of the highlights include an adventure-packed week at Okehampton, dressing up as an evacuee from World War II, constructing a motorised vehicle and performing in the end of year production. By Miss Thomas
⭐ 21st September 2023 - 'Meet the Team' Curriculum Meeting for Years 5 & 6 ⭐ 9th November 2023 - Year 6 Sharing Assembly ⭐ 8th March 2024 - KS2 Open Sharing Afternoon ⭐ 14th March 2024 - Year 6 SATs & Okehampton Meeting for Parents/Carers
⭐ 26th September 2023 - Flu Vaccinations for ALL Children ⭐ 18th - 19th October 2023 - Autumn Parents Evening ⭐ 1st November 2023 - Wells Festival of Literature Trip ⭐ 17th November 2023 - BBC Children in Need - Non Uniform Day ⭐ 8th December 2023 - Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day ⭐ 20th - 21st March 2024 - Spring Parents' Evening ⭐ 21st May 2024 - Class & Year Group Photos ⭐ 3rd - 7th June 2024 - Year 6 Okehampton Residential Visit ⭐ 13th June 2024 - Sports Day ⭐ 1st - 5th July 2024 - Creative Week ⭐ 18th July 2024 - Year 6 Leavers Concert ⭐ 19th July 2024 - Reports out to Parents/Carers ⭐ 23rd July 2024 - 'Moving Up' Session ⭐24th July 2024 - Year 6 Leavers' Assembly & Presentation
More 'Key Dates' to follow..
Tuesday afternoons - sport with Mr Ball, Mr Perry & Miss Wicks. Please bring P.E kit into school.
Friday mornings - sport with the class teacher. Please wear P.E kit to school and bring school uniform in, to change into.
P.E kit is a red Brookside t-shirt, black shorts, trainers, black joggers/leggings and a sweatshirt/hoodie.
Weekly spellings, reading and maths wiill be sent home on Mondays. Homework needs to be completed and returned on the following Monday.
The children will discus and mark their reading homework on Monday and their maths on Tuesday.
The maths homework will be based on the week's learning. Children should spend a maximum of 30 minutes on the task. If your child finds the task difficult, please encourage them to speak to the class teacher before the due date, so they can have support.
Children should read at least 4 times a week. They will have a weekly reading task to complete; this may either be a task for their reading journal (e.g. writing about a character in their book or doing extreme reading) or a reading comprehension.