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SYCAMORE - Year 6
Mrs Coe Mrs Devine Mrs Bent Miss Skinner
Class Teacher Teaching Assistant Teaching Assistant Teaching Assistant
This is a very important year where the children study hard, learn many new things and revise previous topics covered. The children know the importance of doing well in class as it is the final chance to prepare for their next adventure - High School.
This is the last year at Woodbank Primary School and a year of great importance. By working hard, revising and studying, I hope that you all achieve the grades that you deserve. It is important to show those clear Year 6 qualities that will improve yourself as a person and be that quality role model for the younger children at our school. By working hard now, you will be able to take Year 7 in your stride and flourish during your years at High School.
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This next term is of great importance to your child’s learning, therefore full attendance is essential.
Given out Due in
Weds 8th Jan Weds 22nd Jan
Weds 29th Jan Weds 12th Feb
Topic – Who was responsible for the sinking of the Lusitania?
Our topic this half term is based on the book “Listen to the Moon”, by Michael Morpurgo. In order to fully understand the narrative and the experiences and perceptions of the key characters, we will be exploring the sinking of the Lusitania which inspired Michael Morpurgo to write his novel. This will enable the children to have a deeper knowledge and understanding of the context and the actions, thoughts and feelings of the characters in the novel. It will also provide many genres of writing that will be used for the authority moderation as well as enriching reading skills.
Outdoor Games lessons will be on Thursday this term. Indoor PE will be on Monday this term.
Kits are to stay in school and taken home every half term for washing.