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Welcome to Year 6

Hello and welcome back! I hope you all had a lovely summer and are ready to work hard in Year 6.

I hope you have a fantastic last year at St Clements, making memories that you will remember!

In Year 6 we work hard and have extra responsibilities that require being independent and organised, getting you ready for high school.

I hope you find this page useful but as ever, if you have any questions or worries please do not hesitate to come and see me.

Useful Documents & Letters

Please click on the links below to see further information about Year 6.  There is important information in our newsletter and our topic web allows you to find out what interesting things we are learning about this half term.

Reminders!

Monday - Swimming (Please remember your kits every week)

Tuesday -  PE every week. (Please remember your kit and trainers) 

Spelling test (Every 2 weeks)

Wednesday- Homework due in.

Friday - Homework set for maths and English

Spelling books need to be in school everyday!

After the October half term, Y6 will need to bring their PE kits in on a Monday.

 

This term our topic is Survival. We will be exploring this in our English and topic lessons and will be reading the book Running Wild by Michael Morpurgo. 

Our spellings will be following on from last year and will be tested every two weeks. As well as learning the spellings I give the children, I would also like them to find several of their own using the spellings rule/pattern. I will attach a copy of the spelling below every 2 weeks.

The Way, The Truth and The Life

At St Clement's we follow 'The Way the Truth, The Life' scheme in RE. The children cover a different topic each term as shown below.

Autumn 1 - The Kingdom of God

The topic is designed to allow children to explore what and where the Kingdom of God is, exploring parables and miracles of Jesus. We will also look at ways in which people responds to Jesus’ invitation to belong to his Kingdom.

Autumn 2 - Justice 

This topic is designed to teach the children what justice is and know that they are call to work for justice in the world. They will explore this through completing work on the prophet Elijah and John the Baptist as well as more modern day Christians like Oscar Romero. The children will also explore the meaning of Advent and what is associated with Advent and Christmas.

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