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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6 

6SR Mrs Sampson & Mr Richardson

6L Mr Lane

6D Mr Land

 

 

Our TAs are Mrs Higgins, Mrs Hoskins, Mrs Donald & Miss Hammond 

 

 

Summer 2022

Welcome to Year 6

 

We can't believe that we are already in the summer term! We have a very exciting term ahead of us and we are looking forward to sharing their last few months at Primary School.

 

SATs

The SATs tests will be taking place Monday 9th May- Thursday 12th May.  During the actual test week, we urge children to get an early night, and have a healthy breakfast. To enable this, we will be running a ‘breakfast café’ from 8.40, where we invite the children in to the hall (come through the gates at the usual time) to have a breakfast snack and a calm and settled start to the morning. If your child is unfortunately ill during SATs week, we request that they come in to take the test (they can then be collected to be taken home immediately afterwards). 

 

Summer Term Curriculum:

 

Reading

Please encourage your child to read five times independently at home for homework. We ask for your support in this by signing to validate. It would be fantastic if you could on occasion discuss what they are reading.

 

Summer Term Curriculum:

This half term, we will be reading ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’ in class, and using this as source material for our writing. In science, we will be learning that ‘Everything Changes’ in our exploration of evolution and adaptations. We will also be learning even more about early Islamic civilisation. We will also start to put together the Year 6 Leavers’ Production. Parts will be auditioned for and allocated before half term, and spoken parts will receive their lines for learning during the June half term break. Also this term, we will be fundraising using ‘Make £5 grow’ where each small group receives £5 to plan a business enterprise, culminating in running their own stall at a special school event. Further details will be given nearer the time.  

 

Liverpool Residential:

We are fast approaching the June residential to Liverpool. Please ensure that you are up to date with the payment schedule. If you are experiencing any difficulties, please come and speak to a member of staff. We will be holding a meeting on Thursday 19th May at 17:00 to discuss this trip.

 

Routines:

We appreciate that as the children grow older, they gain more independence. Children who wish to walk or cycle home on their own must have a completed ‘Walking Home Alone’ form which is available from your class teacher.

 

P.E. and Swimming

P.E kits can be worn to school on PE days. Kit consists of black shorts, white t-shirt (with or without the school logo) and trainers.

 

Outdoor PE for all classes will take place on Thursdays and indoor PE is on a Tuesday afternoon for those children who are not swimming. Your child will need to wear their PE kit to school on those days unless they are swimming, in which case they will bring their swimming kit in and wear school uniform as usual.

 

We are very fortunate to have our own pool here at Trinity, and we feel that it is very important that children take advantage of this resource. Therefore, children must remember to bring their swimming kits to every session. If, for any reason, your child is unable to take part in P.E. or swimming, a signed letter must be provided.

6D will be swimming for the first half term. Please make sure they have their swimming kit in every Tuesday.  Their lessons will begin on Tuesday 26th  April. 6L will swim in the second half-term.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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