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Welcome to Yellow Class!

 

 

 

Hello! Welcome to Yellow Class' Class Page. We’re Miss Kostiw and Miss Rodgers; Class teachers for Year 6.

 

We love teaching Yellow Class because we think it’s the best year! We work very hard to make sure that all of our children are ready for the move into secondary school but make sure that we have as much fun as possible while we’re working!

 

Not only do we have lots of responsibilities within the school day, we also deliver Harvest boxes and visit the Offham community, get special training with Kent’s ‘Safety in Action’ and finally finish our year with one incredible residential trip to PGL Windmill Hill. That’s not all though, make sure you also stick around to see our star-studded production and Leavers’ Assembly before the academic year is up!

 

We are very fortunate in Yellow Class to have Mrs Price, Mr Hutchinson and Miss Wood to support us. Mrs Price speaks fluent French which always really impresses us and she teaches French for the rest of Key Stage 2. Mr Hutchinson works with us in the afternoon but likes to spend time with his two elderly bunnies - Bert and Ernie! Miss Wood has joined us as a support worker and was born in the Cape of Good Hope!

 

We love being in Year 6 – we hope you do too!

This Term’s Learning

Term 1, 2019-2020

 

Dear Parents,

 

Topics

Here are the topics we will be studying in Yellow Class this term.

 

English

A range of genres based around the book, 'Friend or Foe'.

Maths

Place Value

Four Operations  + - x ÷

Science

Light

Computing

WWII quizzing

History

World War Two

RE

Islam - Commitment

Music

Singing

Art/DT

Drawing skills

PE

Netball and Tag Rugby

French

Read and understand short texts using familiar vocabulary

  PSHE   Health and Wellbeing

 

PE Kits

Please make sure that your child has their full PE kit in school at ALL times. At the very least they should have T-shirt, shorts and plimsolls in school. All PE lessons will be outside and so children should bring in some trainers. Please note these may get muddy during Tag Rugby so a carrier bag may be helpful.

 

Remember to name your child’s property

A reminder that lost items are far more likely to return to their owners if they are clearly named! That includes any pens, pencil cases, lunch boxes etc as well as clothes.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact us throughout the term.

 

Many thanks,

 

Miss Kostiw and Miss Rodgers

Please see below for the SATs presentation - 9/10/19:

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