Welcome to Class 6!

In Class 6, we have a mixture of Year 2 and 3 children. Our teacher is Mr Sherrington and our teaching assistants are Mrs Bowler and Miss McGee.

We are looking forward to an exciting year, throughout which we are going to be learning about a variety of amazing topics! We have created our own class rules and will continue to show the Fruits of the Spirit as we learn and play with our classmates.

As we are now in year 2 and 3, we are trying to become more independent learners. To do this, we try our best in every lesson and try to remember all our belongings (including our school bags and PE kits). We love to share our achievements with our parents and carers through our weekly certificates, stickers, house points, webpage and twitter posts.

Class 6 Autumn Newsletter

RE Autumn Term

 

PE

Our PE lessons take place every Tuesday afternoon,

Homework

Our homework will focus on 3 priorities: reading, spelling and number practise (Number bonds, times tables).

Reading – Ideally, we would like children to read with an adult for 10 minutes every night, however we appreciate that this is not always possible. On these occasions, children may read to themselves and write their own comment using the sentence starters found in their reading records. Currently, school staff are unable to write in the children’s reading records although it is really helpful to read comments from adults at home explaining how they are progressing at home.

Times Tables and Spellings – Children will be given the relevant homework for their current year group. Children should write out their spellings and times tables three times a week to practise. Please see your child’s homework books for more details.

Our Class 6 newsletter contains more details on the interesting things we will be focusing on each term.

Thank you for visiting our Class page and God Bless!

 

As part of our Anglo-Saxon topic we visited the Danelaw Dark Age Village.  We loved dressing as Anglo-Saxons and living as they would for the day, even though it was quite hard work at times.