Learning | Achieving | Succeeding
We have reminded ourselves of the ‘Secrets of Success‘ and are working hard to use these 8 steps in order to be the best learners in the school!
Ask me what my learning target is…
Ask me what I would like you to help me practice at home…
SATs are fast approaching and we are well underway with preparation for test week beginning 8th May. See below for details of revision classes that are running to support your child to be ready and confident for the tests.
This week’s homework:
Spelling – due on Monday
Reading (minimum x3) – due on Monday
Blue x table maths sheet – due on Wednesday
Maths Games (played twice min. and signed) – due on Wednesday
Grammar/punctuation task – due on Thursday
Coloured mental maths sheet – due on Friday
Year 6 half term February homework:
(please return when we come back/by dates written in homework diaries)
Also, there are many homework activities I have posted on Education City as well as access to all areas of maths and English on the site.
Please complete as much as possible in addition to having a good rest, ready for another busy half term ahead.
was celebrated at Greenfields on Friday 3rd March with many children dressing up as their favourite book characters. See how many of the year 6 costumes you can recognise!
This time we headed off to London for a tour of the Houses of Parliament (including exploring the Queen’s Robing Room & House of Lords plus a workshop session) followed by a short walk across the river for a 4D experience and flight on the London Eye!
What a busy yet fabulous day in which the children represented themselves and our school perfectly!
What a fantastic day we have had learning about Victorian life for children at St Albans Cathedral.
Your behaviour was absolutely fantastic and we are so proud of the way you conducted yourselves and represented our school! So many positive comments from the adults there and you were really good at asking and answering questions in the workshop. You demonstrated such maturity and responsibility when touring the Cathedral, showing such respect for others and the place of worship you were in.
We felt really honoured to be your teachers today – what an amazing class!!!
We have been learning about staying safe when online. The focus of Safer Internet Day this year is learning about the risks when sharing images online. We took part in a lesson about this and then visited the school photo booth in the hall on Tuesday before generating ‘top tips’ for someone thinking about sharing images of themselves to highlight the care needed as information about you can be taken from these pictures. We considered how you can’t be sure who will see them when you share these pictures with others or on the internet.
We did have fun in the photo booth though!
(including life in Victorian Britain)
There is a trip to St Albans Abbey on Friday before half term for the children to take part in workshop experiences about life in Victorian Britain.
Every Wednesday and Friday mornings from 8am
breakfast provided free of charge
opportunity for children to use Education City to secure learning in maths and English
hope to see lots of you there…!
Maths revision clubs have started. These are every Tuesday after school until 4:20. Teachers will work with small groups of children to give targeted support in areas of maths your child finds tricky.
Drink and biscuit provided.
WELL DONE to everyone on preparing and performing a great class assembly which was clearly presented and very informative! There was an inspiring mix of literacy, maths, cookery, 1st aid, computing, science, D&T, music and of course dance!
What fantastic Assembly Stars you all are!
Year 6 have spent time in class reminding themselves of the great learning site ‘Education City’. They all have individual log-ins and can be using this at any time at home.
Children are encouraged to check the site as homework activities will be posted regularly which are linked our learning in class.
A link can be found on this page and the school website. Enjoy!
We are Year 6!