Today, in Challenger, we continued to learn about the Blitz and analysed Hitler’s Blitzkrieg tactic. Could you write a non-chronological report about the Blitz? Could you practise writing a newspaper report in advance of us writing one in class?

Tomorrow, in maths, we will continue to learn about negative numbers and then we will move on to column addition and subtraction. Please do use the websites/other resources that you have at home to get a head start with these areas before we learn them further in class.

Dear Challenger,

It was great to see so many of you at Parents’ Meetings this week, and it’s great to hear that all of you are keen to do extra learning at home to help improve your progress. Please see some great websites below that will provide you with materials across the key subjects: English Grammar, Spelling, Maths and Reading.

  1. Oak Academy This website is great for all subjects. Be sure to click on the necessary subject links to access the materials.
  2. BBC Bitesize : BBC is another great resource to learn in all of the key subjects.
  3. Khan Academy on YouTube: Khan Academy is a great YouTube channel to help teach you the different concepts that we learn in maths. You will just need to type the area of maths into YouTube alongside Khan Academy, and find the video e.g. rounding Khan Academy.

Lastly, I am pleased to share that Invicta Academy are offering FREE online classes over the October Half Term. Please click on the link below to book your place if you wish to attend (remember, we are Upper Key Stage 2).

FREE Half Term Online Classes

Be sure to get a good balance between some hours of study and downtime a day.

I look forward to seeing you on Monday 31st October. Please remember to bring in your homework!

Happy holidays,

Miss Maitland

 

Year 6 are well underway with our learning about World War 2. Be sure to use the knowledge organiser below to help revise the key facts, and to support you with your weekly Learning Across the Curriculum homework.

WW2 Knowledge Organiser

Parents/carers, it was great to meet many of you on Wednesday. Please see a reminder of the key messages below:

  • PE is on Friday (children are to bring correct PE kit [yellow top and dark bottoms] in a bag to be changed into before the lesson). Please ensure that children have correct black shoes on and that the trainers for the session are also in the bag.
  • Homework (including spellings) is given out on Friday to be handed in on Monday. Challenger spelling test= Monday. Discovery spelling test = Wednesday
  • Please see further information attached regarding the Year 6 tests that will happen in May. Year 6_ Parent support document
  • Please also see a letter about our end of year residential to PGL. Parents info initial letter

Looking forward to a great year ahead!

Ms Montague and Ms Maitland

What a day we have had! Full of loads of different activities like raft building, zipwire, passport to the world, abseiling,fencing and a lovely disco to end a great day full of different adventures! Not to mention a GREAT breakfast, lunch and dinner 🤤

Now, time for bed so we are fully rested for our last adventures of PGL tomorrow!  G 

 

Year 6 have had an amazing first day at PGL, enjoying the Zipwire, Giant Swing & Survivor activities. We thoroughly enjoyed dinner 😋, and ended the day with a competitive game of Capture the Flag. Time for bed now as we have a very early start tomorrow!

Hi Year 6,

Here are the songs that you will sing in your play. There is a copy with vocals (people singing) and without vocals. Listen and sing along to the version with vocals first. Once you are confident, practise using the version without vocals.

Have a lovely weekend!

 

Reach For The Sky

Can I Borrow Some Shorts?

Boy That’s Bound To Itch

My Dad’s Faster Than Your Dad

Swimming Today

Left Till Last

The Best That I Can Be

Dear Parents/Carers,

Challenger class will be having an extra PE lesson on Wednesday 22nd June. Please ensure your child is wearing their PE kit to school tomorrow.

Many thanks!

Dear Parents/Carers,

Please see the recommended packing list below for the upcoming year 6 residential to PGL. Any questions, please do not hesitate to ask one of us at the end of the school day.

Many thanks,

Ms Maitland and Ms Montague