At Anglesey, we are a vibrant and nurturing school community, where children are given the skills to become, inquisitive, resilient, independent learners. Our curriculum provides a range of creative, challenging and inspiring experiences for all. This equips our children with the life skills to be happy, flourish and be successful...Today, tomorrow and in the future
The schools total attendance is currently at:95.34% Total
Hi Year 6,
As you know, you will sadly not be having a secondary transition day this year. However, your new schools are very keen to get to know you and have asked you to complete a project.
The project is called 'Moving Up' and asks you to prepare a 'Happiness Box' and to do a piece of writing about yourself.
You can then email this back to your new school or take it in to your new school in September. Your new teachers will be very keen to get to know you so make sure you do your best work.
Click on the link below to find the project...
Good luck in your new schools, we will miss you all.
Oxford Reading Buddy
Year 6 Readers of the Week 10/07/20
This is the final weekly update for Oxford Reading Buddy for Year 6. Children will be removed from the system during the Summer Holidays but should be encouraged to continue reading books at home in readiness for Secondary School.
Sumayyah Begum (6B), Rehan Muhammad (6H) and Sajad Eskandari (6P)
but also a big shout out to:
6B: Mohammed Isa Ali
6H: Dantay Hart, Ibrahim Ali and Taiseer Hisham Syed
6P: Al-Sami Afwan, Mohammed Umar Chowdhury, Khalid Osman and Monowara Hoque
who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!
It is vitally important that you continue to read daily especially to prepare you for Secondary school.
|Target Reading Band for Year 5 Children||Number of children reading this week||Number of children making good progress in reading|
16% (10% last week)
19% (16% last week)
|6H||Band 18||23% (30% last week)||27% (30% last week)|
|6P||Band 18||21% (38% last week)||14% (17% last week)|
See how Year 6 classes are doing in the school league table below!
This takes into account the number of children reading, how many are making good progress and how many are working at their target book band.
|16th||NKM and 4C||76|
|17th||3J and 3P||75|
Week beginning Monday 6th July 2020
Welcome to another week of activities - we hope you and your family are all safe and well.
Every week we will continue to add daily Reading, Writing and Maths tasks to this Year 6 page. In addition, you can also find work to do on some of the other pages: PE with Joe, Dance with Oti Mabuse, new topic work in the Topic section and Daily riddles to keep your brain busy!
Mrs Sands has also provided Music activities that you can find in the 'Art and Music' section. For those of you in the choir and orchestra, Mrs Sands has provided music tasks to support you at home. You will find these in the 'Choir and Instrumental groups' section below.
Thank you to all the children who have been sending in their work - we have enjoyed reading your biographies and poems and seeing how you have tackled the brain teasers! We will be putting your work up on this page very soon!
Hello Year 6,
We hope you are all safe and well. We are missing you all very much!
We hope you have had a restful Easter break. By now you should have completed all the tasks we set you (don't worry if you haven't because you can still catch up). From Monday 20th April you will find daily tasks for Reading, Writing and Maths on the tabs below. We will also be adding some very useful links for Topic, PE and other subjects for you to explore.
We still expect you to keep reading for at least 20 minutes every day on Oxford Reading Buddy and visiting TT Rockstars on a daily basis too.
Remember you can keep in touch with us if you have any questions by emailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay at home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.
Previous tasks from home-learning packs:
We hope you have been completing the daily tasks in your home learning packs. Here's a reminder of the work you have been set each day:
1. Complete a reading comprehension from your KS2 English SAT Buster book.
2. Complete an arithmetic test.
3. Tackle some reasoning questions from your Maths packs.
4. Learn 10 spellings from your spelling lists (you can choose which ones).
5. Have a go at some of the SPAG questions in your packs (5 questions per day is great).
Don't forget to read a few pages (or a chapter if you're particularly studious) of Fireweed every day. Keeping up with your daily reading = developing your reading stamina!
Oxford Reading Buddy
Please can you make sure that your child logs on every week as this is part of their homework.
There are lots of fabulous books to enjoy and we would encourage them to make this a regular habit so that your child learns books are to be enjoyed.
If your child has mislaid their login, please can they request it again from their class teacher.
We monitor in school how often your child uses the site and it helps us to plan support for your child in school.
This is an invaluable resource for helping your child continue their learning while at home.
Thank you for your support.
Hello and welcome to the Year 6 class page.
The Year 6 team:
6H – Mrs Hussain (Year manager)
6P- Mrs Patel
6B- Mr Bentley
Mrs Ali will be supporting the year group as well as Mrs Rahman who will be supporting with maths. Booster sessions will be running weekly (3.30pm-4.30pm) on the following days:
PE will take place both indoors and outdoors throughout the year so please make sure children have the correct clothing and footwear.
What do the children need?
-Tracksuit bottoms (winter)
When do we have PE?
6P- Monday and Friday
6B- Monday and Thursday
This term our topic is Science Fiction. We will be exploring sci-fi texts and writing a sci-fi fairy-tale of our own, focusing on subject-specific language and ambitious vocabulary.
Your child should have now been allocated a space at a secondary school for September 2020.
Please encourage your child to read every day (for at least 15 minutes) and go over their times tables and division facts.
Click below for a list of spellings your child should be using in Year 6:
Children will be given a piece of reading homework every Friday to complete over the weekend. Please make sure your child completes this and brings it back to school on Monday.