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Welcome to Year 6

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  1. Welcome to Year 6 Learning Together, Respecting Each Other Miss Smith, Mr Keys, Mrs Whitwam & Mrs Tearle

  2. School information • Should not be on the playground before 8.40 • When the bell rings children should line up in register order for a prompt start in school by 8.50 • Children responsible for communicating messages to the teacher • Messages can also be recorded in the homework diaries • If parents need to speak to a teacher then they must make an appointment through the school office

  3. Expectations in Year 6 • Responsible for their own behaviour and learning… • Wider responsibilities within the school • Uniform...(named) • School uniform/shoes • PE kits and clubs kit separate • Equipment – that works and fits in a tray • own calculators needed

  4. Expectations in Year 6 • Literacy expectations • Writing – Handwriting – Spelling – Reading • Maths expectations • Multiplication facts – Websites – Presentation • Children are responsible for their learning and therefore must ensure that they spend time consolidating their learning.

  5. Homework Expectations • Standards of presentation • Usually 30 minutes • Children are responsible for seeking guidance in advance of the hand in date • Homework to be completed at lunchtime if not handed in on time (signed note in homework diary) • Homework diaries will be signed in school on a Thursday so need to be signed at home by Wednesday night

  6. Homework Expectations • SAM learning • Class Blogg

  7. Homework • If research has been set as a homework then that research will not be marked. It will be incorporated into a larger piece of work which will then be marked by a member of staff.

  8. Reading • Each child should be reading daily • Each book read needs to be written in the reading record in the front of the homework diary. A comment should also be written weekly to show that the book has been read or discussed with a parent • If your child is not a free reader then they should still be reading to an adult at home on a regular basis • A range of texts should be read and a recommended list can be found on the school website

  9. Volunteering in Year 6 • Listening to individual readers 9:00 • Imperial War Museum – DuxfordThursday 17th October • Hazard Alley Monday 4th November • (Straight after half term) • CRB

  10. Any other information • CGP books should to be bought to support the children in their learning • SATS we can confirm will be going ahead this year – WC 12th May 2014 • Isle of Wight – WC 19th May 2014 • Places of interest • Imperial War Museum in London has various exhibition throughout the year • Churchill War Rooms • Britain at War Experience • Battle of Britain Museum - Hendon • Dover Castle – Battle of Britain look out

  11. Thank you for coming... ...We thank you in advance for your support and we look forward to an enjoyable year working in partnership with you.