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ASH CLASS

 

Welcome to Ash Class

Ash Class is taught by Mrs Pontet, ably assisted by Mrs Skinner.

Year 6 is a big year both academically and socially and we have many exciting things to look forward to!

Crime and Punishment history project

'Shakespeare Rocks' song lyrics

Summer 2019

This is such a busy term - not only do we have the SATs in May, but we will be exploring Crime and Punishment throughout the ages.  In science we will learning about light and developing our understanding of the human body as well as continuing to improve our physical skills in PE.

PGL - our fun week away is in June and we will be busy rehearsing our end of year play as well as the Leaver's service.

Summer Curriculum 2019

Upcoming dates:

 

Wednesday 22nd May - Leadership programme at The Piggott School

 

27th - 31st May - Half term holiday

 

10th - 14th June - PGL residential week

Tuesday 18th June- Sports Day

Wednesday 26th June - Changeover day

Friday 28th June - District Sports Day 

Friday 12th July - Reports home

Wednesday 17th July - Leaver's service at St Mary's Church

Friday 19th July 1.30pm - End of Term

 

 

 

Practising our presentation skills - Nutrition and digestion

Ash Class

Ash Class 1

Please remember.....

  • always have a good reading book in school
  • PE is on Mondays and Thursdays, so always have the correct kit on those days
  • to have your super 6 stationary every day                               and
  • to continue to demonstrate a positive attitude in all you do!

 

 

Homework

Homework will be set every week.  Usually on a Friday to be handed in on the following Wednesday. 

This will consist of maths, English and sometimes extra topic, science or other subjects.

I expect you to be reading every day and to try to vary the genres, authors and subjects matters of the books you read.

Maths Homework

..... is set every Friday and must be handed in on the following Wednesday.  It should take no longer than 30 minutes as it will usually be practising and reinforcing concepts we have been learning about in class.  If you do find it too tricky, please ask an adult to sign to say you tried and then let me know so that I can help you further. Sometimes you will have a sheet to complete, sometimes an activity on Mathletics and maybe even a game to play with someone at home!

Children in Need Ramble

We had an amazing time learning about the Ancient Greeks at the British Museum!

Useful websites:

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00rfvk1 - 500 words story competition

http://primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/    For any topic work help

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/ 

http://www.andythelwell.com/blobz/guide.html    test your scientific knowledge

https://uk.ixl.com/ela - a fun grammar website

https://uk.ixl.com/math  - maths practise

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