Welcome to the year 6 class page!
It will certainly be a different start to the summer term this year being at home but please make sure that you keep checking online using the Google classroom service for daily school work that will be uploaded and checked by your teachers. As the topic learning for this next term is largely based on Art, it may be a good idea to get yourselves any art supplies that you can like paint. If you don't have any then please don't worry as you can use many other resources to complete your work.
Additionally, please have a look at this terms knowledge organiser to help support you with this terms topic work.
Year Six had the privilege of attending this year's Remembrance Service at the Tilehurst Triangle. It was a great opportunity for the children to take part in a local community event and also boost their learning in our current class topic.
Year Six took part in an enjoyable and beneficial drama and poetry theatre workshop this week themed around World War One poppies and remembrance. The children were able to read and act out several famous poems from this time in history to really gain an understanding and feeling as to what people on both sides of the conflict went through. Please see a selection of pictures from this experience below.
KINGSWOOD RESIDENTIAL 2019
During week beginning 21st October many of the year sixes enjoyed a trip away to Kingswood residential centre in Kent. The children enjoyed a week of lots of outdoor activities which included: abseiling, raft building, Jacob's ladder, canoeing, nightline, obstacle challenge, crate stack, leap of faith to name a few. It was great to see the children fight their fears, challenge themselves and trying something new as well as managing being away from home comforts for the week! Well done year 6, you were a great team of children to accompany and it was lovely to hear such wonderful feedback from the staff in Kingswood. Below are photos of the residential.
Please use the below Maths support sheet to help you with any Maths homework you have. Regular revision and practice will also be useful for SATS in May.