Year 6 2020 - 2021

Mrs Schuettke

Assistant Head Teacher

Mrs Siwinski

Teacher

 

Welcome to the Team 6 homepage!

Your teachers for this year are:

Mrs Siwinski, Miss Oliver & Mrs Glover.

 

Summer Term

Welcome back! 

We are looking forward to spending the last term with you all and making lots of fun, fabulous memories that will stay with you during your next adventure - making that transition to high school. We have a busy term ahead - but we promise it will be the best one yet! 

This term we will be focusing on:

English - Persuasive speeches and a newspaper report.

Maths - Geometry (properties of shape), Fractions and converting units of measure.

Reading - Geography focus 

Geography - Rivers & Rainforests

Art & DT - Printing & Textiles

Transition Support - Becoming ‘High School Ready’.

PSHE - Christopher Winter Project

RE - DIversity

PE is on a Friday - please remember to send your child in wearing their PE kit - school jumper, black joggers, white or blue Over Hall T-shirt and trainers.

Music is Wednesday - at the moment we won't be sending instruments home. We'll let you know when this changes. 

 

Homework:

This half term, children will be informed which tasks to complete and this will be written in their personal planners.  Homework will be handed out on a Friday and returned on a Friday. Marked homework will be returned on a Tuesday so that it can sit for 72hrs before being marked by staff.

 

Spellings

Weekly spelling and table practice remains unchanged, details will be provided with weekly home learning tasks.

 

Please read the information below regarding illness, lunch, equipment and school uniform requirements and procedures for the summer term.

SNACK AND LUNCH

Pre ordered and paid for snack will be available for your child – these need to be ordered and paid for in advance to avoid daily contact with money – send in money in a named envelope as staff are unable to take cash or change.

Alternatively you can provide your child with a snack, please send one in from home (no nuts, crisps or chocolate bars).

Your child will need a water bottle each day this can be either a reusable or disposable one – they will be given opportunities to refill over the course of the day

Packed lunches should be in a named, disposable bag or a lunch box that can be thoroughly cleaned each day.

Free School Meal and Universal Meals are still available for eligible children –

School dinners will be available to all children if ordered and paid for in advance.

 

EQUIPMENT

Reading books will be sent home as normal.

Children do not require any pencils or pens to be sent in from home as they will all be provided

Book bags or reading plastic wallets can be used that can be easily stored in your child’s tray

No large bags

Masks are optional for children– but you must instruct your child how to take it on or off alongside provide a clear sealeable plastic bag to store it in when not in use; wet face masks will be disposed of if no sealable bag is provided.

  

UNIFORM

Full school uniform is expected– clean on that day

Sensible school shoes (ideally Velcro fastening) that have suitable grip and comfortable to wear for the day

PE kit is to be worn on the days they have PE.

Clean plain white / school t shirt and jogging bottoms

Trainers or pumps that your child can tie up independently – ideally velcro

No PE bags are necessary

Avoid sending your child into school in expensive / named clothing as the children will partake in activities where staff will not have the responsibility to look after

Ensure all clothing items worn in school are named in atleast permanent ink

 

 ILLNESS

If your child is unwell, please keep them at home and seek a test if they are showing COVID 19 symptoms. Children will need to remain at home following guidance until the isolation is over or in non covid cases they are well.

If your child has COVID 19 symptoms, they must be tested and remain at home, where the household will be required to isolate. If the result is negative, they can return to school when they are feeling better and symptom-free.

If a child requires regular paracetamol, they must remain at home.

If your child becomes unwell in school, we will contact you straight away and ask you to collect your child within the hour.

Children with apparent COVID 19 symptoms will be isolated in our medical room – I can assure you they will be supported and movement to this area will be completed with utmost respect and discretion.

 

 

 

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