Dates for the Diary:
Camp: First week back after May Half term. Monday 3rd June- Friday 7th June. Please find kid list below:
Year 6 Camp - Kit List
This is a suggested kit list which you should find useful. PLEASE mark all clothing and send this list to camp to serve as a checklist for return packing.
Jeans or tracksuits
Underclothes and socks
Trainers – 2 pairs (one of which should be suitable for getting wet/dirty)
Waterproof coat or cagoule
Wellies (if you have them)
Hat to protect against the sun and cold
Pyjamas (it can get very cold at night!)
Suitable to wear underneath a wet suit (wet shoes would be good – if you have them)
Sleeping bag and pillow
A (preferably unbreakable) mug for hot chocolate
Wash kit (inc. toothbrush & toothpaste)
Towel (preferably 2)
Torch may be useful
A black bin bag to put dirty clothes in
Other suggestions: Book / comic / one stamped addressed card
Valuables are best left at home
Pocket money: Children should not bring more than £10. It is helpful if some of this can be in change as there isn’t always change at the camp tuck shop!
Any medicines are to be given, along with the forms, to Mrs Bush before leaving school with original labelling and packaging with the child’s name clearly marked on it.
Children may bring watches or disposable cameras and but the school cannot be responsible for loss or damage. No radios, computerised games, ipods or penknives, please.
MOBILE PHONES: Children are not to bring mobile phones with them. If children need to be in contact with home during camp this should be arranged with us in advance.
All children will need to bring a packed lunch for Monday lunchtime.
Some pictures of our artwork we have been creating, which links to the seven saints of St Pauls!
Year 6 enjoying some pirate maths. Don't worry, it wasn't too haaarrrrrrrd!
Welcome to Year 6
Welcome to the Year 6 web page. On this page, you will find lots of useful information: key dates for trips, letters, a curriculum overview and lots more! Year 6 is a fantastic year and the children will have lots of opportunities to showcase their range of skills and talents. If you have any questions about your child's learning, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Jarman (young or old!). We are both looking forward to a fantastic year :)
Messrs Jarman and Jarman
Literacy and Numeracy T6
Most of our literacy work will be linked to our production whilst our Numeracy work will be mostly investigative work linked to the new playground.
Curriculum Overview Term 6
Here you can find information regarding all other aspects of the curriculum for the forthcoming term.
PE: This term 6A and 6J will be expanding their tennis skills.
RE: Could you find out what some different religions teach about the environment?
ICT: The children be using computers to expand their word processing skills.
French: This term, the children will be expanding their French vocabulary by learning about the world around them.