Trinity St Mary's CE Primary School

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Year 6

Kindness, Unity & Courage 

"There is a supportive family feel to the school, and pastoral care is a key strength. Most parents are happy with the school and agree that their children are happy, safe and making good progress."

                                Ofsted March 2017

Welcome to Year 6 - the final year in primary school! This year we will be working very hard and covering many diverse topics, whilst also having fun!

 

Homework - homework will consist of 12 spellings, a set of times tables and a worksheet based on what we have been learning about in class.  Homework will be sent out on a Tuesday and collected in on a Monday, giving us time to mark it.

 

Spellings - spellings will be given out on Tuesdays in the homework books.  They will have 6 days to learn them, before the spelling test on Mondays.  I will send home their scores each week, tucked into their reading records. Please help your children to practise their spellings at home multiple times throughout the week.

 

Reading - children are expected to read independently or with an adult 4+ a week. We ask that this is reflected in their reading records.  Reading books will be changed as and when needed. Children will also have the opportunity to go to the library every Thursday and choose a book.

 

P.E - Our P.E lessons will be on a Tuesday afternoon.  Please ensure your child has a full kit, which consist of their house coloured top, blue shorts or black leggings/tracksuit bottoms and trainers.

 

Home Learning Grids - home learning grids are given out at the start of each term and they will reflect what we have been learning about in class.  Home learning can be brought into school on Thursdays if they wish to share it with the class.

 

If you have any questions of concerns, please do not hesitate to message me on Dojo or make an appointment to come and see me after school.

 

Miss Brewster

Home Learning Grids, Termly letters and Vocabulary Banks

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