Welcome to Year 6!
Welcome to Year 6’s website pages. Here you can find photographs of the Year 6 classes in action, copies of letters we send home, this week’s English homework, useful websites and examples of our wonderful work. Don’t forget that every week Mathletics homework is set – pupils need to log in to complete their homework before they can play any further Mathletics games. All Year 6 homework is set on a Monday, to be completed by the following Monday.
Welcome to Year 6’s page on our school website. Here you can find photographs of the Year 6 classes in action, copies of letters we send home, SATs week information, useful websites and examples of our wonderful work. Don’t forget that every week, Mathletics homework is set - pupils need to log in to complete their homework before they can play any further Mathletics games. All Year 6 homework is set at the start of the week, to be completed by the following Monday.
The children are working so hard on revising for their SATs tests. All the staff are incredibly proud of their attitude and resilience at this very important time. SATs tests take place from Monday 14th May to Thursday 17th May. Please take a look at the SATs Evening Presentation 2018 PowerPoint and our mosy recent Year 6 newsletter below for more details.
This summer term’s topic is entitled ‘Journeys’, through which we will study the geography of Whitnash and Llanwrtyd Wells; Ordnance Survey Maps; and particularly focus on the pupils’ next journey to secondary schools.
We have lots more to look forward to, with the pupils’ residential visit to Manor Adventure in Wales, Leavers Hoodies (which are on sale now via the uniform shop on this website), our Year 6 production and Leavers assemblies, party and church service.
Our aim is to make your children’s last few weeks at St Margaret’s as memorable for them as possible. They are a cohort we can all be extremely proud of, as they end their journey at St Margaret’s and begin their big next step.
The Year 6 Team
Please keep making regular visits to check out what Year 6 are up to!
Year Six have had CPR training today with Dr Summ from Warwickshire Hearts.
Ask your children what DRAB stands for and what happens when you open a defibrillator