Important Reminders

Below is a timetable to show when homework is given and needs to be completed by and when P.E. kits are needed.

Monday - Have I started my homework?

TuesdayP.E. Have I got my kit?

WednesdayHave I recapped my spellings?

Thursday - Homework is set. Spellings are tested.

Friday - Swimming lessons - Have I got my kit? 

Please ensure all P.E. and extra-curricular club kits are labelled and kept organised. There is an ever-growing collection of lost property in school which if not collected, will be used for my new bike/early retirement fund.

Taking the time to listen to your child read, spending time reading to them and asking questions about books plays a key role in developing their reading and comprehension skills even in Year 6. It has a hugely beneficial impact on your child's learning, understanding and progress; I highly recommend finding time, whenever possible, to do this. There are a wealth of books available at local libraries, charity stores and online. 

I have set the class up on Read Theory. It offers an opportunity to read a range of different texts which adapt to the level of the reader. It is completely free and easy to use - the class will be familiar with using it in school.

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Finding it tricky to get hooked into reading? Click the picture above for access to Epic!, a digital library providing access to thousands of different books.



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