Year 6 Disney Medley
Goodbye Year 6
We are so proud of you!
Welcome to the Year 6 Learning Page
General guidance for parents for working with children at home
- Children thrive on predictability and routine. Create your own daily schedule around your own family – this has to work for you! Try not to make it too rigid and focus on ticking things off.
- Your daily routine could include school work, a bit of tv watching, reading for pleasure, practising a skill, drawing and colouring, getting outside where possible, chores around the house, cooking/baking, sewing, playing card games, playing board games, playing shops etc., a daily workout (healthy body, healthy mind).
- You may need to accept that your children are going to watch television or play on electronic devices more than you would usually allow, but please follow the World Health Organisation recommendation of no more than 3-4 hours per day.
We know how much Year 6 love reading our class novel and so we have sent home a copy of Holes by Louis Sachar. If you can collect your copy from school, it would be lovely for us to continue reading this book together over the next few weeks.
If you are unable to do this, you can see a copy on:
As part of our yearbook, we thought that you would enjoy to choose a Most likely to...
This means that you need to vote for who you think everyone would most likely be. We would like you to think carefully and make sure that you have voted for each person only once. Once you have decided, you can then vote by following the link below
Reading for pleasure!
We've found this fabulous selection of audio books completely free! Sit in the garden and listen to a wonderful book.
They've even got Harry Potter!
Does your child struggle with spelling and reading?
Are they finding it tricky to follow the work set?
Nessy programs are designed to help students of all abilities learn to read, write, spell and type, especially those who learn differently, including:
- Children who speak English as an additional language
- Students with memory difficulties
- Students with dyslexia
- Students who find it hard to read and spell
Schools normally have to subscribe to Nessy and pay for users to be able access their resources. However, they are offering free access for the next few months. If you want to find out more please follow the link below.
If you would like your child to have access to this resource, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Lenten Charity
Thank you to the children who have brought their money in towards the end of last week and I have had a couple of parents questioning what to do with the money raised. The children have done a fantastic job and we obviously have some future entrepreneurs in Year 6! I am going to ring Loughborough Town of Sanctuary today to see if they would prefer the money sending straight to them or to us and then we can pass it on. Thank you again everyone for a super job!
Update: I have emailed Loughborough Town of Sanctuary today and let them know what we have been doing. It seems that you can either donate by text straight to them or hold on to the money until we come back.