Welcome back after the Summer holidays. We all hope you had a great Summer and are ready for the final year of Primary school! This will be the final year our Year 6 pupils will be with us and we aim to ensure that all the children continue to achieve their potential in Year 6 through growing their brains, making beautiful oopses and seeing wobbles as a positive way to learn from. As the oldest children at the Firs Primary, this is an important year for them and I hope they all enjoy the year and work hard in achieving their potential to become strong independent learners. Remember... practise makes MORE perfect!
This term we are focusing on the Victorian period and what life was like living in Victorian England. There are many interesting facts to discover and learn about and children will be asked to engage in personal research projects later in the term, such as: child workers, technological advancements or crime and punishment!
It is important they build on solid foundations from previous years and work hard to help prepare themselves for life at high school. It will be extremely helpful if you are able to continue to support your child at home by continually monitoring reading and progress with any home learning tasks, such as spelling. Additional Bug club (reading) and Mathletics (maths) passwords will be provided to each child in the back of their Reading Records.
Our weekly routine will be...
- Reading Records handed in on Tuesdays.
- Homework books handed out on Fridays and returned in on Wednesdays.
- P.E. kits (yellow t-shirts, black shorts or tracksuit bottoms during the Winter months and trainers or black pumps) are required each Friday.
If there are any changes to the weekly routine or there are any issues arise, please let us know!
Make sure you follow @firsprimarysale and search @Year6KP to keep track on all the fun activites and interesting work we produce each week!
I will be in contact with any specific dates and details of any up and coming events but please do not hesitate to come in and talk to me about anything relating to school life.
Mr. K Pasdari, Mrs. Nolan and Mrs. Gilbert
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