What we will be learning in class this week:
Week Commencing Monday 27th January 2020
To explore plot structure.
To compare similar types of text.
To use ellipses for effect.
Mrs Fairclough’s group
Unit 12 (4) – Year 4 are looking at adding ‘ir’ to words beginning with ‘r’. For example, irrelevant, irregular and illogical. Before root words beginning with ‘r’, the prefix ‘in’ becomes ‘ir’. It changes a word to its opposite meaning.
Mrs Hammond’s group
We are looking at the c sound spelt ‘que’ and g sound spelt ‘gue’. For example: cheque, grotesque, tongue and catalogue.
Miss Bartlett and Mr Moore’s group
We will be consolidating previous spelling units.
Spellings: Height, history, increase, conscience, conscious and controversy
To calculate a % of an amount.
To find the missing whole or missing % where other numbers are given.
To express missing number problems algebraically.
To identify and name the parts of the human circulatory system.
Logging into to the program at home;
Recommended Books to Read
|Whole School Curriculum plan 2019/20|
Each term, before the children embark on their learning in a new topic, we send home a Parent Topic Planner explaining for parents and carers the learning opportunities across the curriculum that each child will receive. Teachers select and suggest useful websites and places to visit which will enhance and prepare the child for the topic they are about to start. There are also useful dates and a bank of topic words that families may choose to talk through with their children.
|Year 6 Parent Planner Spring 2020|
|Year 6 Parent Planner Autumn 2019|
|Year 6 expectations- By the end of year 4, pupils should have memorised their multiplication tables up to and including the 12 multiplication table in year 6 they must develop their precision and fluency.|
Parent Workshop Presentations
Parent Workshop Presentations, please click on the blue links below to open the presentation
|Year 6 New Academic Year Parents Information Meeting Presentation|
|Growth Mindset Presentation|
|Supporting Developing Reading and Comprehension|