Our class teachers are:
This term the children will be be learning about crime and punishment, with the key question 'Does the
punishment fit the crime? As part of this they will visit Norwich Castle on Wednesday 17 January,
where they will take part in workshops to learn about crime and punishment now and in the past. They will
also visit Ipswich Crown Court on the Tuesday 27th February and Wednesday 28th February and have the opportunity to take part in a mock trial led by a judge. At the end of term the children will use this learning to recreate their own mock trial for the rest of the school. In maths this term we will be focusing on developing the children’s reasoning skills across the maths curriculum as well as consolidating their arithmetic skills. Please help your child practise their number skills focus each week and supporting them with their homework. In English we will be covering various text types and developing our skills as writers. Reading continues to play an important role in our learning and we hope to improve the children’s ability to develop their answers to questions. In science this term we will be learning about electricity. There will be also be additional before and after school groups running this term to prepare the children for SATs.
*Year 6 will have PE every Monday and Thursday (please make sure kit is in school and named).
*Year 6 will bring homework home on a Friday that will be due back by Wednesday.
*Year 6 will bring spellings home on a Monday and will be tested on a Friday. As well as this at the beginning of each half term they will have the full list of spellings sent home.
*Year 6 will be tested weekly on their number skills focus.
*In Year 6 children are expected to read every day (including sometimes to an adult) and complete an AR quiz every week by Friday.