I hope you had a great day yesterday and you’re looking forward to continuing to write your poem today.
The office sent an email yesterday. Below are the email details:
This Thursday you are invited to come and say goodbye to your child’s Y6 teacher for the last time. You need to come to the Staff Car Park Entrance (near the Grace Centre Church) at the following time.
Y6B Miss Brockless will welcome her class from1.15pm until 1.45pm Strictly between these times please. Social Distancing must be strictly observed.
Y6HB Mrs Hayton-Brooke will welcome her class from 2.15pm until 2.45pm Strictly between these times please. Social Distancing must be strictly observed.
All children will be provided with a Leavers Book which the staff have compiled. Anyone who has ordered Hoodies will be able to collect these at the above times.
Staff are still preparing some leavers videos which will be shared on Social Media this Thursday. We are hoping Mrs Hodge will be back from her important morning out to join us too!
Finally Mrs Barnes will be delighted to come and wish the children well as they transition to Secondary School.
Adults may want to bring a phone/camera to take a photo of their child (you must have permission of other parents if photographing other children).
If you didn’t get a chance yesterday, follow the link to see the entries and find out who won!
Today, why not practice these skills football shooting skills.
Yesterday you looked at the real meaning of phrases.
Re-watch this video of Dr Seuss ‘Oh the places you’ll go!’
I know that sometimes it can be worrying when a big change is going to happen.
When I was moving to high school, I worried about a few things… that is completely normal!
For example I remember at the age of 11 wondering how I was going to get to high school (it was over 12 miles away from home).
My sister helped me to ease my worry by taking me on a pretend school run during summer, teaching me to get the right bus independently.
Having a worry is okay- thinking through these and rationalising them is helpful.
Talk to an older sibling, a friend or adult at home… can you think of a solution or way to help ease the worry?
Yesterday you worked hard to plan your ideas and mind map rhyming words. Please send it by 4pm tomorrow- I would like to share your creativity!
Find the link on our class blog page!
See the arithmetic test attached. Email and let me know how you got on please 🙂
See the attachment- an extract from Big City Atlas
I have also attached a fun geography related activity pack.
Have a great day!
Mrs HB 😄