Just a little reminder that our celebration class meeting is on Thursday 9th July at 1:15pm.
To be able to access the meeting you will need to log onto Google Classroom then access
GMail and you will see an email from me asking you to join the meeting on Thursday.
Open the email and press 'yes' and you will then be able to join the meeting on Thursday
and I will know to expect you. If you do not see the email please contact me and I will
try to sort it out!
On Thursday you will need to access google meet and you will be asked to join Year 6
Lime Meeting 2.
Looking forward to seeing you all on Thursday!
I am really missing you all and I would love to find out how you are and what you have been
doing whilst we are not at school. Please send me a message using the form below by the end of Friday each week.
Stay safe and keep smiling!
If you have any questions regarding your child's home learning please feel free to leave me a message on the form
below and I will respond as quickly as possible. Mrs Richardson
Work that is on the School Closure Work webpages is not usually editable, and you do not need to log in to access it. You need to either print out worksheets and fill them in, or write your answers on paper or in a notebook and keep them safe until we return to school. Some children have found the best way to send their completed work is by photographing it and attaching it to the email (email@example.com).
If you have any queries or problems, you can email me on my Gmail address or directly through the contact form below.
You can also leave a message on the School phone which will be passed on to me.
Summer Reading Challenge 2020: Silly Squad
The Summer Reading Challenge takes place over the summer holidays throughout the UK. Run by national charity The Reading Agency, and delivered with the support of the UK public library network, it is the UK’s biggest free reading promotion for prima-ry-aged children. The programme reaches over 700,000 children each year, motivating them to keep reading during the summer holidays and helping to maintain reading skills and confidence. This summer we’re going to get silly!
The Summer Reading Challenge 2020 will feed the imaginations of the UK and create a greater sense of togetherness through the joy of reading. For 2020 we are delighted to present the ‘ Silly Squad’ – a hilarious cast of characters ready to bring the UK a seriously silly summer.
This year The Reading Agency have decided that due to the circumstances around COVID 19 and with libraries across the country currently closed, that the challenge will be delivered completely online. As such the start date has also been brought for-ward by 6 weeks, and so Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge 2020 launches tomorrow Friday 5th June. Children can sign up on the web-site www.sillysquad.org.uk any time from Friday and all through the summer.
Another big difference this year is that children can set their own number of books to read for the challenge. Usually it is 6 books over the summer but we hope that by setting their own challenge, reluctant readers will be more inclined to join in, and those who read avidly can set themselves a challenge of more books.
Hello! If you would like to contact me . Please use the form below and I will respond as soon as I can. Thank you
Wednesday is our PE day and the children will need to come in their school uniform and change into the school PE kit. Please ensure that they bring suitable shoes for PE.
Homework is set on a Thursday and due in on Tuesdays. In addition, children are expected to complete six reading logs a week and ten minutes daily on TT Rockstars.