Welcome to 6T!
Our class teacher is Miss Thomson and our class teaching assistant is Mrs Sadler-Hughes. Within our class we have 25 children who are getting ready for Y6 Leavers and Prom.
Miss Thomson will be updating this page regularly with key information to support our English and Maths lessons.
Our class Its Learning page will have links and resources to aid your revision and work at home.
If you have any ideas about what you would like to see on this page then please let Miss Thomson know!
Reading in class
Class reader: Journey to Jo'burg by Beverley Naidoo
We are greatly enjoying our reading sessions with the elderly at Pelsall Hall.
We are holding a cake sale this Friday for the school in the hopes of raising enough money to adopt an animal through the WWF.
Pupil of the year
Pupil of the week
FAB FIVE CERTIFICATE WINNERS
RESPECT - Paige Kenny
LEARNING ATTITUDE - Samara Chapman
PRECISION - Sadie Mason
TEAM WORK - Kian Johnson
SETTING A GOOD EXAMPLE - Reegan Clift
Outstanding consideration - Alex Jeffery and Jacob Hope
Fantastic effort by all this week! Keep up the hard work year 6!
Summer 2 English and Maths
|Place value and F, D and P recap||4.6.18||
Instruction writing - animal biscuits
|Fractions, decimals and percentages - of amounts||11.6.18||Chester Zoo - non-chronological report|
|Code breaker challenges||18.6.18||Descriptive writing from pictures|
|Topic maths - endangered species||25.6.18||Benin - topic work|
|Escape rooms code breaking||2.7.18||Benin - religion and creation|
|Maths board games||9.7.18||Debating the demise of Benin - report writing|
|Y6 Leavers||16.7.18||Y6 Leavers|
Jacob Hope has written his own poem inspired by the word melancholy.
Mrs Tuckwell-Allen challenged him to start every line with an 'm'.
Here is his finished work.
Melancholy melon hung off the melon tree,
Monkeys laugh for they are free,
Moping around the trees roots,
Men crush vegetation with leather boots.
Meandering round the tree of life,
Melon looked at them in strife.
Mercilessly, he knew his fate,
Melon knew it wasn't worth debate.
Murder it is, to be hacked away,
Merciless to fall in a flay.
Men dump him and drive away,
Melancholy melon will never see the next day.
Summer 1 English and Maths
|Mixed calculation methods and two step problems||16.04.18||The Piano narrative description|
|Prime numbers and factors||23.04.18||Kensuke's Kingdom Play Script|
|Fractions||30.04.18||Kensuke's Kingdom log entry|
|All Maths Area revision||7.05.18||Kensuke's Kingdom sensory description|
|SATS WEEK||14.05.18||SATS WEEK. Holiday recommendation report|
|Practical maths||21.05.18||First-person accounts|
Spring 1 - Weekly English and Maths
|Word problems||8.01.18||Kennings poem|
|Converting fractions, decimals and percentages||15.01.18||Newspaper writing; WWI|
|Co-ordinates in four quadrants||22.01.18||Friend or Foe opening narrative|
|Converting measures of length and mass||29.01.18||Friend or Foe evacuation description|
|Converting measures of time||5.02.18||
Friend or Foe - letter home /
|Data interpretation||12.02.18||Friend or Foe - army report|
Spring 2 - English and Maths overview
|BODMAS||26.2.18||Mayor's writing challenge|
|Topic related maths - rationing||5.3.18||Friend or Foe - balanced argument|
|Decimal calculations||12.3.18||Rationing instructions|
Fractions - multiplying and dividing
by whole numbers
Written methods -
multiplication and division
|26.3.18||TRIP and Fabulous Finish|