Welcome to Year 6!
Welcome to the Spring Term 2022. This term we continue studying William Shakespeare and his classic works as we are prepare for our performance of Romeo & Juliet in the Coram Shakespeare School Festival in February. We are so proud of our cast and crew!
We have two classes in Year 6, Chestnut and Oak. You can meet your teachers for year 6 to the right.
To keep up to date with what’s been happening in school, you can visit our Twitter account tags #OakUHPS #ChestnutUHPS #Year6UHPS
For home learning and remote learning provision we use Seesaw. Each child will be given their own login details for this. You can also link to this as a parent or carer to view and comment on work. Seesaw provides teachers with the opportunity to feedback to the child about their work either through a typed or voice comment. Children can then edit their work just like they would do in the classroom!
Top tips for Year 6
Reading: Please continue to encourage your child to read at home and take the opportunity to discuss their reading with them. The school library is available to them along with the extensive range of texts inside the year 6 class rooms.
Home learning: Home learning is due each Tuesday and is a weekly task linked to/supporting learning taking place in the classroom. Home learning will be set on Seesaw each Friday – all children have received their new class log in details.
Times Tables Rock Stars – Children should practise their times tables daily on Times Tables Rock Stars. Ten minutes per day will help them become confident recalling their times tables. Children are awarded certificates each Friday during our whole school assembly if they achieve their Rock Star, Rock Legend or Rock Hero status. All children have received their log in details.
Spellings: Children will come home with a half termly spelling sheet with a list of spellings to be learned each week. Children will practice these spellings during the week within our spelling lessons and will be assessed on them each Friday. Children should also practice and the Year 5/6 spellings too (please see ‘useful information’).
PE: Please send your child into school on their PE day in their PE kit – they will not get changed in school. In cold weather, tracksuit bottoms and a jumper/hoodie are a good idea whereas the dark shorts and a plain white t-shirt will be sufficient in the summer and for indoor activities.
- Oak’s PE day is Wednesday
- Chestnut’s PE day is Wednesday
Essential items: Children should remember to bring in their reading book, pencil case and a healthy snack/water bottle. School uniform guidelines should also be followed. Please ensure that all items are clearly labelled.