*This page is under constant development Updated: 08/05/19
Welcome to 6KP's Class Page
Welcome to our class page. On this page, you can find out the exciting adventures that 6KP have been up to recently. In addition, there will be resources and useful information for both parents and children, posted on here. So please take your time to read our page and become digitally connected to our class.
Monday is when we have outdoor PE, so we need to make sure we bring our full correct kit.
|Tuesday||Tuesday is when we have celebration assembly, so we need to make sure we dress extra smart! This is also the day Upper School need to bank their tokens to Mr Pope.|
|Friday||Friday is when we have golden time, so we need to make sure that we have behaved during the week!|
All pupils are expected to follow the uniform policy and are expected to look smart and presentable around the school, at all time. Black shoes or trainers must be worn to school or other footwear will be presented to pupils. If pupils are not in correct uniform or footwear, a phone call home will be made, for uniform to be brought into the school. If this fails, children will be given correct uniform or footwear to wear. This is in-line with the uniform policy.
PE - Monday - Mr Cooper
Homework is sent home to either act as revision for previous topics or consolidation of learning outside of the classroom. Please be involved in your child's learning as much as possible, but please allow them to complete it on their own merit. Homework has changed recently. Homework is now set as a project. This is to help pupils love for their work, improved retention and general knowledge and allows pupils to be more connected with their homework. Children will be given a homework book and they have to complete as many as the tasks as they can. There is a range of activities around their topic. This is to give children the choice in what they do and allow all homework to be personal and varied.
Here in 6KP, we believe that reading is not only an important part of learning, but an important part of everyday and future life. To deconstructing instructions, catching a bus, setting up Sky TV from following a cookbook - reading is immersed with everyday life. Reading allows us to become critical and reflective. No one is born a perfect reader, reading takes time, practice and commitment - but it is fun too!
Following on from the wonderful conversations from parents evening, parents were interested in how to help their children at home - especially with reading. Above is a useful page regarding questions to ask your child. Just pick two or three from each section and you're away!
In literacy, we have been studying the author Michael Morpurgo. We have also been comparing various books that he has written, in order to gain a good understanding of how he writes. We know that he likes to involve certain characters, such as: a young boy, an older adult and an animal. We have also discovered that he likes to involve a theme of friendship and connection, to both the characters and objects within his stories. We also know that his stories involve a sad moment and then a triumphant moment.
Studying Michael Morpurgo will allow us to write like him and write other versions of his stories.
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