Year 6 – 13/09/19

There was a lot of excitement this afternoon as the Year 6s met their Reception learning partners for the first time! They spent their time getting to know each other and playing in the sunny outside learning area – a lovely way to end the week!

We are very fortunate to have Mrs Burgess – the art specialist from Stormont School – working with us this half term. Today she taught us about proportions of the face when drawing portraits.

In PE, he children did problem solving and learnt that communication is key when solving a problem as a team.

Here is this week’s home learning, due on Tuesday 17th September.

English SPaG – questions on apostrophes

Complete on the sheet then stick into the back of your yellow home learning book.

there were
their where
they’re wear
your we’re

Times tables – Complete tasks on place value

Continue to revise all times tables.

Reading Daily reading. Reading Records are on order.

Well done on another busy week. Have a restful weekend and see you Monday.

Miss Donatantonio

8 replies
  1. Clare Turano
    Clare Turano says:

    What a fantastic week for Y6. Looked very exciting and great fun. I especially love the reading partner pictures, how sweet (and tiny). They all look so happy. The art class was a big hit too. Great start to the term. Well done Miss D. X

  2. Elysia Yiallouris
    Elysia Yiallouris says:

    I am so happy to be back at school! I have enjoyed the learning and seeing all of my friends.This weeks highlights are getting my reading partner and becoming a Liturgy Leader. Looking forward to the week ahead.

  3. Taanya
    Taanya says:

    I am so happy that I became FairTrade leader and I love playing with the receptions….Mostly I enjoy being with my reading partner

    • Mikey
      Mikey says:

      The past 5 weeks in year 6 have been so fun! I have enjoyed working and playing with the receptions. I have also enjoyed being a role model to the young ones.
      I may say this every year but, I think this year is the best year.


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