Year 6: China
Welcome to China class webpage 2014-2015!
‘Don’t tell me the sky’s the limit when there are footprints on the moon’ - Paul Brandt
This year is a very exciting, busy and important for all the children and adults in Year 6! We are looking forward to celebrating all your children’s successes. If you have any questions or worries, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to getting to know you over the year!
- Watch our assembly about the First World War by clicking here!
The children will be sitting their SAT’s in May. They will be assessed on English and Maths based on the previous National Curriculum.
As well as learning in class, we will be learning on school trips! Parents help is always appreciated and the children really do enjoy spending the day with you.
P.E lessons are compulsory. Children’s P.E kits should be in school on Monday and taken home on Fridays. Children are expected to be in their Northwold house colour top, black shorts or joggers and trainers.
Homework will be handed out on Friday and will be collected on Tuesdays. Homework may be set online, please see me if you have problems accessing the internet – Clapton Library does have free internet!
Assemblies will be on Friday at 10:45. Our first class assembly about the First World War was on the 14th of November, watch it by clicking here!
These are from 8:30-8:45. Please arrive promptly, so we have enough time to discuss all your childs successes. If you are unable to make an appointment, speak to me on the playground or e-mail me and I will do my best to re-schedule your appointment. You can also come and watch how your child is taught, you will receive an invitation with all the details. I look forward to seeing you there.
Their Science topic this term is Animals, including Humans. As part of this topic the children will be watching dissections of sheep organs, learning how the heart works and exploring the impact of a healthy diet.
Their IPC focus is Making the News. As well as looking at the different types of news, they will be learning how the news has been communicated in the past.
Class Teacher: Brian Sexton
Teaching Assistant: Jorge Lopez