Class 6

Hello and welcome to Class 6!
 
Our Class Teacher is Mrs Currey.
 
Our wonderful Teaching Assistant, is Mrs Fenton.
 
In our classroom, we have a positive attitude to learning and we always strive to be the best that we can be. As the oldest children in the school, we are responsible, motivated and mature in all that we do.
 
There are currently 21 children in Class 6 (which is comprised of year 6 pupils) We are lucky enough to have a brand new classroom, complete with our own set of laptops and an amazing outdoor learning space. This means that the children have lots of creative space to work in, and that they can be given opportunities to be independent in their own learning.
 
Our topic in term one, is 'Myths, Minotaurs and Mazes' We have been learning lots about the lives of the Ancient Greeks and the children have produced some outstanding topic homework during their summer holidays. We are so proud of their determination to achieve, and we can't wait to award prizes to those children. 
 
 
We cannot wait to see what the children come up with as we move into our next topic: 'Ole, Ole, Ole' This is a Geography based topic, focusing on many of the cultural traditions, famous landmarks, physical geography and different cuisines found in Spain.
 
Below, is a list of our topics this academic year... we cannot wait to get started!
 
Myths, Minotaurs and Mazes (Term 1)
 
Ole, Ole, Ole(Term 2)
 
'Take One Book' Stig of the Dump (Term 3)
 
Let's do Lunch (Term 4)
 
Death by Chocolate - The Mayan Civilsation (Term 5)
 
Lights, Camera, Action! (Term 6)
 
 In addition to this, Class 6 have the following systems:

Our reward system is as follows:

Children receive 1 mark each day, if they have done any of the following: spelling, reading, time table practice or homework. Children who complete more than one task each day, i.e. reading, spelling and homework, will be recognised for their super efforts during our weekly Achievers Assembly.

Homework: Both Maths and SPAG homework is set on a Monday and due in on a Friday, so that we can mark the work together as a class. 

Spellings: set on Monday and tested on Friday.

Times tables: set on Wednesday and tested the following Wednesday. (Children will be set a new times table or asked to continue practicing the same tables depending on their test score).

The children will now receive Bronze, Silver and Gold metallic badges, which can be worn on their uniforms as they complete the various stages of their times tables.

Class Awards:

Reading awards

Super Speller: achieving 10/10 in their weekly spelling test.

Class achiever of the week.

Handwriting certificates

 

Religious Education

In our RE lessons this term, the children discussed that they would like to have a special area of worship in our classroom. To help us, we discussed the question 'What makes a place special?'. The children came up with some fantastic ideas, and used their knowledge and understanding of different religions to design a very special place, for children and adults to visit, if they need to seek advice, voice their worries, or to be peaceful and pray. In addition to this, the children have been really enjoying studying Christianity this term. They are so engaged, and have produced some very thoughtful and insightful ideas during lessons.