WELCOME TO YEAR 6!
Ms Bobat, Mr Wilson and Mr Bright welcome you to Year 6 at Widden!
There are two classes in Year 6:
Zephaniah - Ms Bobat and Mrs Wilson
Blackman - Mr Bright
If you wish to contact the class teachers, our emails are as followed:
Our learning assistant is Mrs Nanabawa :)
Please let us know if there is anything that you do not understand. We are always happy to help you :)
Autumn Term 1
This term, we will be learning all about the science and complexity of our identities. Who are you? What makes you, you?
As well as this, we will be also exploring our local community in geography; the human and physical features within and read Ordnance Survey maps using 6-grid references.
Our class text this term is...
This is a wonderful story about a boy called August Pullman. Starting 5th grade at Beecher Prep, Auggie wants nothing more than to be treated as an ordinary kid—but his new classmates can't get past his extraordinary face. We will be using Wonder as part of our writing and reading work. Ask your child about the story so far!
Below is our topic overview of what we will be doing this term
Follow the different underground lines to read a range of exciting texts. Which station are you going to explore?
PE days this term are Wednesday and Friday every week - please make sure you wear suitable PE kit on these days.
Reading records are to go home and come back... everyday! You need to make sure you write in your reading record to record your reading at home. Let us know who you have been reading with!
Homework will be set weekly on Fridays. This may include: Maths, SPaG, Reading and/or topic work. This will need to be completed on Seesaw before the following Friday. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Your child should have the QR code/Password to log on to their individual account.
Some simple things will help you make the most of your time in Year 6:
- Be on time - whether you are in school or on learning at home
- Make sure you have everything you need for your learning: pencil, paper, a device...
- Keep active too - make the most of breaks during the day
- Make sure that you are reading regularly and practising your times tables