Willow Class Year 6
Welcome to Willow Class!
Here is our timetable for Summer Term 1.
Our Learning Umbrella for this term will be: The Victorians
For this half term we will be focussing on the British Empire and as a class we will be reading Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
What we plan to cover in this half term.
Below is some key information regarding the routines in Class Willow.
- PE will be on Thursday of both weeks. Please ensure your child brings a water bottle.
- Please ensure all uniform is named and that your child has a coat with them when needed.
- Please ensure your child has their own named water bottle in school as it is vital for development that children at the ages of 10-11 stay hydrated.
- Drop off time in school is between 8:45-9:00 am where the children will start their morning Maths.
- Staggered collection at the end of the day from 3:15- 3:30. If you give your child permission to walk home by themselves then please have this handed to Mrs Meadus in written form. If somebody different is picking you child up then please let us know.
- If your child is going swimming then please bring swimming kit on Thursdays.
If you need to contact us for any reason then please email email@example.com
or phone us on 01423 563760
Please find below key websites to support further learning and well being at home.
It is that time of Year where we are preparing to move on to Secondary School and feeling nervous about secondary school is perfectly normal but it's also really exciting!!
Follow Alfie through a typical day of high school.
Brush up on your typing skills!
Use this web site to practise looking at numbers when you multiply or divide by 10, 100, 1000.
This is brilliant for understanding hopping between decimal numbers. You can see the hops and an explanation of the size of these hops too.
Use this to fully understand the order and size of numbers.
Use this site to become more familiar with the size of fractions, and to find equivalents.
Excellent geography pages.
Complete this with your parents. How many planets would we need if everyone in the world