Welcome to Year 6
Good Morning Year 6 and Welcome to the Easter Holiday!
We hope that you enjoyed your learning last week and had the chance to try something new. It seems very strange not to see you all each day so it has been lovely to see the photos you have sent in showing us your learning. Both of us have been doing the Joe Wicks workout each day and it is proving to be quite challenging - give it a go if you haven't yet!
Over the Easter break, we have challenged you to complete our Egg-cellent Easter Bingo! There are 10 activities to try and if you complete them all we will send you a well-deserved certificate. Please send us any photos of you taking part to:
Have fun over Easter and each day see if you can do something to make someone smile Your next set of home-learning challenges will be posted in a couple of weeks.
Take care, keep safe and keep smiling :)
Mrs McCauley and Mrs Roser
We hope that you are all managing to keep active and if possible get out into the sunshine. Here is a link for PE activities that you can try at home.
Keep smiling and keep moving!
Good morning Year 6!
Here are some things for your home learning this week. These are for you to use if you think they will be helpful. Having a timetable can really help you to organise your day - you can also design your own. Each day try to do plenty of different things and be as creative as you can.This might be a time to learn a new skill as well.
Take care and enjoy the sunshine,
Mrs Roser and Mrs McCauley
Year 6 have had a fantastic start to Autumn 2019. As part of their topic (Rugby World Cup 2019), they have had a training session from the Exeter Chiefs and a tour of the Sandy Park stadium. Last week the class took part in a dance and gymnastic festival at SDCC and this week they will be building shelters as part of their English learning.
The current Curriculum planning for Year Six can be viewed and downloaded from the link below.