Awards 05.04.19

Congratulations to the following children for receiving a Phase Leader Award this week:

Elena, Anxhelika, Ellie-Mae, Evie.R, Jasmine and Erin.

A huge well done to the following children for being awarded with this term’s merit:

6G – Woody

6M – Taqwa

6K – Xavier

6H – Jhothy

SPaG Practise

This week, the children have been given usernames and passwords for the following website: https://www.spag.com/

SPaG activities have been set for the children to help them prepare for SATs next term. Please allow your child some spare time to visit the website and have a go at some of the activities.

Thanks for your support and co-operation.

Year 6 Team

This Week’s Learning

It has been a very busy week! The week began with the children attending a special assembly from TfL (Transport for London), where they told the children all about how to stay safe when getting buses, trains and tubes. It was very informative and all the children listened carefully and attentively. The children have completed both reading and SPaG mock papers this week, which we will be going through after the Easter break.

We also had inter-class sports this week, where the children took part in several games of hockey. The teachers were impressed with great sportsmanship and teamwork demonstrated by all the children! Congratulations to 6M who were the overall winners!

In maths this week, the children have been learning about ratio and proportion. They started the week by looking at diagrams and finding the ratio and proportion of certain colours/shapes/objects. The children then used this knowledge and applied it to scaling recipes. Finally, they completed a range of word problems involving ratio and proportion. Well done on a great week of maths!

Get Caught Reading!

We want to see where your children are reading. Sometimes it can be the most peculiar places. Over the holidays, let’s see if your children can ‘Get Caught Reading’ a book. If you would like to share an image of your child enjoying a book, please send them into school with a small image. It can be them enjoying a book on the bus, swinging on the swings, at the beach, under a table or upside down on the sofa.

This is just a bit of fun and will also contribute to a whole school reading display. More importantly, it is to encourage children to read books more often and wherever they choose to, no matter if reading is beyond bedtime.

Thank you