|Mrs K Griffiths|
Mrs C Couchman
What makes us so special?
Year 6 is a very special year for many reasons. We work hard but we also know when it’s time to have some fun. We work hard to get ready for our ‘show-off’ week but, after that, there are lots of things to look forward to – from Bikeability to the end-of-year party but, most especially, there is the KS2 play at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Cannock.
Click on the links below to see what we are doing:
This site has many Maths games which help to practise a range of skills.
A range of English games and activities.
A range of activities and games to practise a range of spelling rules and patterns.
Help with nouns, adjective, punctuation and lots more!
KS1 and KS2 games to help you with Maths, English and more.
Interactive games to develop skills in all areas of maths.
Fun English games for 7-11 year olds.
Fun spelling activities
Reading every day is vital and parents must sign a child’s planner to show that this is happening. Children are rewarded using our ‘star chart’ system when they read at home and they record this on a class chart so we can work out how many children have read every night. Due to the current COVID guidelines, new reading books are distributed on Monday and collected again on Thursday. This allows the books to be isolate for 3 days before being re-issued.
To ensure children never run out of reading material, we use the EPIC online reading resource and parents are given ‘question starters’ to help them question their child about their reading.
For now, children can access Library books from our class library. Each child has a fictional text which they keep with their wallet of personal supplies. Library books are not currently being sent home.
We do PE on Tuesday afternoons and, to avoid children having to change clothing, they come to school wearing their PE kit.
Music, French and ‘Votes for Schools’ take place on Thursday afternoons.