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Dear Year 6, 
 
We hope you have all had a good week and that you have been outside making the most of this lovely weather we have been lucky to have! 
Well done to you all for continuing with the home learning and for all the effort that you have been putting into the live lessons. We have been really impressed by your efforts with the algebra and discussion texts. It was lovely to see some of you have also been accessing the PSHE resilience resources; in these times it is important that we keep our minds happy and healthy too!
As you know next week is half term, so please take this time to relax, have fun and spend time with your family. 
After the half term we look forward to seeing some of you back in school. If you are coming back and have any concerns, please make sure you are sharing these with your parents or carers. It may seem strange when you return, however we are here for you if you have any questions. If you are not returning to school, we will still continue with the home learning and the live lessons so you get the same activities as your class in school and we look forward to seeing your work on the Home Learning page. 
Have a great half term, make sure you are happy, safe and enjoy your week off.
 
Miss Tylor & Mrs Brock.

Welcome to Class 6T's webpage!laugh

 

 

Please add photos of you completing any of these activities to the Year 6 Facebook page so that I can see what you've been doing. I'm very proud of all of you for continuing to work hard at home. smileyheart

Hello 6BH,

I would like to introduce myself! My name is Miss Tylor and I will be your class teacher for the rest of the year.

Some of you may recognise me from when I visited Woodville and taught you a lesson on descriptive writing before February half term, however as that was a long time ago I thought I would tell you a little bit about myself.

 

I have been a teacher for 9 years and I live a short drive away from South Woodham Ferrers. My hobbies are exercising, for example I like running and joining in with Joe Wicks' workouts, and I also like reading lots of books. I have a cat, who is 4 years old, called Pinkie; she can be a bit of a pickle, but I love her! :)

 

I have spent my morning looking at all your hard work on display in your classroom and I am really impressed at the quality of your work.

I know that this is a very unusual way of meeting a new teacher, however I will be looking at your work and responding to it on the Year 6 Facebook page.

 

Take care and stay safe, I hope to meet you soon.

 

Best wishes,

 

Miss Tylor smiley

 

 

To my wonderful class of pupils,  

 

What strange circumstances in which to have to say goodbye to you all. I just wanted to say what an absolute joy and privilege it was to teach you. You are an amazing bunch of children and I know you will go on to achieve incredible things in your lives.  You can be whatever you want to be, just believe in yourselves and work hard. 

 

Keep reading and enjoying books as this is a pleasure that can last a lifetime.

 

Ask your parents to follow Mrs Brock's Year 6 Facebook page for some exciting live lessons to keep you up to date with your learning. 

 

Parents, thank you all for your support and thank you for allowing me to teach your children - they are an absolute credit to you. 

 

Please keep me in touch with what you are doing in the future. I am not on Facebook but Mrs Brock will forward any messages or news so that I can keep in touch with your progress.

 

I wish every one of you a successful time at your secondary school, they are very lucky to have you.

 

Follow your dreams and I hope they all come true.

 

Keep safe and well,

 

With very best wishes,

Mrs Benefield 

Home learning for potential school closures.

We have been asked to prepare for Schools to close and to provide you with home learning that the children can do. This is obviously optional but I would like the children to continue learning for as long as possible. I have already spoken to the children about this and will set out below suggestions to keep their learning ticking over:

  • MyMaths activities will be unlocked and have no completion date
  • First news Ihub comprehension activities.
  • CGP Maths and English books: pages they have not yet completed. PLEASE DO NOT START THESE UNTIL WE ARE SURE SCHOOLS WILL CLOSE.
  • Viking work: Viking Gods and beliefs, Viking life,Viking Runes.
  • Science: DNA, Fossils, Mary Anning.

 

There are also Websites which are specifically aimed at supporting families whilst this 'lockdown' happens. Twinkl are offering a free month of resources. Google Twinkl and follow the steps to claiming your free month. You can find thousands of resources on here including Maths and English papers although we are not yet sure about the future of SATs.

 

Discovery Education is also an excellent tool to use. 

Login: student11770

 

If you wanted to have work books, Amazon do a great range of CGP Maths and English year 6 books.

P/W: woodville

 

We sincerely hope that everyone remains healthy and that things return to normal as soon as possible.

 

Mrs Brock and Mrs Benefield


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SATS
If you would like to see some sample SATs tests to give you an idea of the sorts of things your child will be tested on in May please follow the links below.
Grammar
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/2016-key-stage-1-english-grammar-punctuation-and-spelling-sample-test-materials-mark-scheme-and-test-administration-instructions
Reading
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/2016-key-stage-2-english-reading-sample-test-materials-mark-scheme-and-test-administration-instructions
Maths
https://www.gov.uk/search?q=2016+sample+maths+papers
 

 


 

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