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Year 6 teachers: - Mrs Smithson & Mrs Bishop (Poplar Class) and Mr Hogg (Maple Class)

Year 6 teachers: - Mrs Smithson & Mrs Bishop (Poplar Class) and Mr Hogg (Maple Class) 1 Maggie Smithson
Year 6 teachers: - Mrs Smithson & Mrs Bishop (Poplar Class) and Mr Hogg (Maple Class) 2 Rachael Bishop
Year 6 teachers: - Mrs Smithson & Mrs Bishop (Poplar Class) and Mr Hogg (Maple Class) 3

Welcome back!

Hello and welcome to our new year 6s. 2018-2019 promises to be a full, exciting year. We have loved meeting and starting to get to know you all and look forward to continuing this during the first few weeks and beyond. 

 

Please use this site to keep abreast of upcoming events or notifications. We will endeavour to keep you up to date with class routine changes, homework and any other class business. 

 

Parents and carers - if you need to speak to a class teacher you can do so at the end of the day or contact us via email and we can arrange a time to meet. 

Term 1 newsletter

For details of our current curriculum focus, visit the Curriculum section of our website

 

Take a look at the pictures below to see what we've been doing in class recently.

Charmouth trip- a selection of photos to give a flavour of a lovely day.

Maths breakfast club (Thursdays at 8:00 am) run by Mrs Smithson and Mr Simson

HUMANISM 

This week we had Mr Wood, a member of the British Humanist Association, come in to speak to our pupils about humanism. The children were given an introduction into core beliefs such as treating others how you wish to be treated and the role/importance of science. We then split into groups to discuss different ethical questions from a humanist viewpoint. 

MAPLE

MAPLE ROUTINES

I hope this helps inform you of some of the routines and expectations in class.

* Reading logs are used. The children write down what they read and these are tallied up. Most are kept in school but they can be brought home. It is really important that the children continue to read to develop their vocabulary.

* When our P.E slots are confirmed will update this. However, a sensible rule of thumb is to bring in PE kit (a change of top and bottoms as well as suitable footwear) on a Monday and take it home on a Friday. 

* Homework is handed out every Friday and it is expected back on Friday the following week. There will often be two pieces. Copies will be put on this site when possible and there will be spares in class if they lose them. In order to help them prepare for the workload in secondary schools I believe they should be able to meet this deadline. 

* We test their times tables and spellings on a Friday. They will have some time to study in class but this is something that can be done at home. Little but often works best. Please contact me if you want advice on how best to support you child in this. 

 

MAPLE PHOTOS

POPLAR

Poplar photos

Home learning 

Poplar homework on teamwork

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