Welcome to Year 6 2019-2020
Welcome to Pegasus Class, the final chapter of primary school. Everyone has settled in well to the new school year and already taken on key roles and responsibilities within the school.
Staff this year are: Mrs Piercy and Miss Archbold There will also be support from students throughout the year on certain days of the week.
Homework will be issued on a Friday and must be returned by the following Wednesday to allow me time to get it marked. This will include a piece of writing and maths linked to objectives covered through the week. Spellings are added to Spelling Shed where I will monitor use through the week, children know their password. The maths and writing should be completed in the homework book provided. A homework club on Thursday lunchtime will be available to help children who need support to complete their homework. There will also be three topic related projects given out I curriculum letter.
Year 6 will be swimming in first half of Autumn term on a Monday morning. Please note all children must have swimming hat.
P.E will be on a Friday afternoon. Please note children must have the correct P.E kit including footwear. Football kits will not be allowed. Jewellery must be removed or earrings will need to be covered by a plaster.
Art: Kadinsky paintings
Music: A study of Benjamin Britten
Children’s classic: “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” by Ian Flemming
Class read: “Cogheart” Peter Bunzl
Our new topic is: “Britten’s Got Talent.” The children will be working on a range of activities linked to the Performing Arts. This will be completed with our Christmas Concert in school and a performance in King’s Leadership Academy’s pantomime: Beauty and the Beast. Please refer to the parent letter which will give you details of the topic covered.
Trip to Knowsley Safari Park
We have had a great start to the year and finished our Survival topic with a trip to Knowsley Safari Park. During this trip we completed the Terrific Tiger Workshop. This workshop allowed us to discover the different features and adaptations tigers have to survive in the wild. The children were able to handle a range of artefacts and take part in fun activities, which consolidated their learning. A great end to our topic on Survival.