WELCOME TO SYCAMORE CLASS
Class Teachers - Mrs. Rawnson (Mrs Tucker teaching Fridays)
Teaching Assistants - Mrs Morgan-Tranter
REMEMBER THAT YEAR 6 USE GOOGLE CLASSROOMS. MAKE SURE THAT YOU LOG IN THERE FOR LOTS OF WEBSITE LINKS/ EXTRA RESOURCES AND ANY SET WORK!.
Welcome back to Spring 2!
It was wonderful to see the pupils ready to be Eco-Warriors and learn about what THEY can do to make a difference to our planet. Every pupil came in with a wonderful rainforest model in a shoe box. These were great! Photos to follow.
It was great to see all the parents back in school again after 2 years to attend our Work Alongside Your Child: SATS workshop. The children have said how useful it was and I sincerely hope that the parents found it of value too.
This is the term to really focus on things in the Maths and English curriculum that the children still find hard- please encourage them to persevere or ask if they need any help!
The new 'homelearning challenge' for this half of term is on Fairtrade, where the pupils will research and make something for a Fairtrade Tea Party at the end of term. See in the termly folder for extra information.
Update on Spring 1
It was very action packed for Year 6.
As a quick over view we have:
I do hope that you have all had a good holiday? I have a really exciting term planned for you all with our topic on RAINFORESTS being our main focus. This is a 'KNUCKLE DOWN AND WORK HARD' term. There is a lot to learn and be excited about. I have put the Parent Planner on this webpage under 'Spring Term' and it can also be found on Google Classrooms.
Autumn 2- Ancient Greeks and Christmas
This term had some fantastic elements and I am glad that all families survived the Covid spread through the class. Well done for everyone who was learning from home- it is tough but you switched to online learning really well. At least we got some Christmas festivities in: Christmas tree festival with Year 6 conducting the Choir and constructing catapults for our mini marshmallow snowball fight as a Christmas Party! Happy Christmas everyone!