Welcome to Year 6 - Croeso i Blwyddyn Chwech
What an exciting start we have to our brand new term, where we are literally launching ourselves into our whole school 'Blast Off' topic.
We have a term packed full of learning from explosive science lessons, to interviews with an astronaut to solving real life space problems using our creative thinking and mathematical skills. We will develop our team building skills and promote a healthy body and mind through discussions, workshops and game situations.
We will be studying books by Steve Hawkins and other famous authors in order to gain invaluable knowledge and understanding of the universe as well as appreciating both fictional and non-fictional texts. This is just a selection of the inspiring and fascinating topics we will be covering this term.
P.E Will take place on a Monday and Games on a Thursday and we ask that children wear their P.E kits into school on those days.
Reading books can be changed on a Monday and Thursday and homework will given out on a Thursday, with it being due back in on the following Tuesday.
We look forward to an exciting and productive term in Year 6. Please email class teachers with any queries and we will get back to you as soon as we possibly can.
Mrs Reed Mr Jones Mr Newton and Mrs Rafter
LEARNING AT HOME - GUIDANCE FOR PARENTS
We appreciate your continued support with your child's learning during the current situation. Below are a list of possible questions that you may have about learning at home, with answers and links to appropriate resources:
Where will I find any work that has been set for my child?
All work will be posted online using Google Classroom.
How does my child log on to Google Classroom?
Follow this link to the Google Classroom login page - classroom.google.com
Children use their school email address to log in (e.g. - JoeBloggs@llanyrafonprimary.co.uk)
Password is the same as logging on to Chromebooks in school.
Where should my child's work be completed?
Work can either be completed using Google Docs / Slides / Drive and submitted on Google Classroom, or written into Home Learning books that have been sent home.
I have a problem or a question for my child's teacher. How can I contact them?
Children are more than welcome to post questions to their teacher and peers on the Google Classroom stream. Should parents want to contact teachers directly, please send an email to:
My child has completed all of the work that they've been set. What now?
Which times tables should child be practicing?
What other areas of Mathematics should I be covering with my child?
Where can I find National Tests past papers for my child to practice with?