*This page is under constant development Updated: 23/3/20
Welcome to 6KP's Class Page
For the remainder of the summer term, daily resources, tasks and instructions will be posted in the Homeworking Packs section of the website every weekday - do check there for them!
All of the Lockdown resources and tasks are archived in the Homeworking section of the website too - incase you want to go back and complete any you did not manage to finish.
If you have any questions about work set or want to show case any of your completed work, please email:
Transition Task for Secondary School
Transition English Writing Task
For one day this week – we would like you to work on your English writing transition task. All children coming into school this week will be working on this in school. If you are not coming back into school – choose which day you want to complete it on.
This is a task that has been set by Sandwell high schools so that all children joining them in September have worked on the same tasks and shown them what they can do. Every child will have their work sent onto their secondary school.
All the information on the slides explain what the task is, and include some warm up activities to help you then plan, draft and write a neat copy of your work.
Please email your finished work to Mrs Wise at:
Transition Art Task:
Within this week we would also like you to complete the front cover for your “All about Me” transition booklet. This will be the booklet of your work that is sent to your secondary school.
You need to complete a self portrait of yourself – using pencil crayons or felt pens, as well as answer some questions about yourself.
Again, once completed, please email your finished page to Mrs Wise at:
9am 30 minute workout with Joe Wicks on Youtube
23 Degrees 5 Minutes tasks (see homeworking packs).
Continue with the 23 Degrees 5 Minutes tasks (see homeworking packs).
WOW! JK Rowling is publishing chapters from her new book - The Ickabog - online everyday from Tuesday 26th May free so children can read something new and fun in Lockdown.
Find it here: https://www.theickabog.com/
There is also an art competition linked to the story. Each day, JK Rowling will suggest drawings or paintings you could create linked to that chapter. You can then enter them to be in with a chance of having them chosen to feature in the book when a hardback copy is released later in the year! How exciting!
Happy Reading! :-)
The Book of Hope
Click on the link to access this special collection of stories, poems and pictures collected to help lift people and give them hope through these strange times. Enjoy.
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 with Mr Cooper, 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!|
|Wednesday||Wednesday is when we have indoor PE with Mr Pope, so we need to make sure we bring our full correct kit.|
|Thursday||Thursday's we go to the library, so make sure you bring your book!|
|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.
During PE, children will be expected to bring their full correct kit. If they do not, they will be sent down to the office by the teacher for some kit to borrow. From September, we will be taking part in outdoor PE and will be taking part in a fitness module during indoor PE. Exercising and improve our fitness is beneficial to us, as it helps keep our bodies on top form, help the release of important chemicals in our body and helps fit boredom and negative emotions that we may get during a action-packed year.
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.
On Thursday 19th December 2019, 6KP had the opportunity to create and code robots! This involved understanding the pieces of the robot, manufacturing the robot, editing the parts of the robot to ensure it has balance and coding the robot so that it would not crash into obstacles. We had a lot of fun!
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!
Starting from December, we are now going to do Drop Everything and Read (DEAR) sessions every Wednesday and Thursday morning. This involves all of the children reading their chosen books every Wednesday and Thursday morning. This will give them the calm opportunity to read and will have their reading record next to them. An adult may listen to them read and sign their reading record. This is extra important, so please bring your reading record!
In literacy, we are studying Legends. The legend we will be studying is the famous hero Robin Hood. We will read a short story about an event in his life and write various pieces around it. From glossy gossip magazines to personal diaries. It is an exciting unit, so don't miss out on asking your little one what they have been learning during this topic.
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