Year 6 2018 - 2019

Miss Finch

Hello and welcome to our Year 6 class page

The children have been working so hard over the first few weeks of this Autumn term and we're already seeing huge improvements in all of our different skill areas. .

I expect every child to be reading at least 3 times per week. Reading can develop vocabulary, writing skills, comprehension - and it's also really fun!!! (Don't forget to take your cool reading images to add to our blog)

Homework will now be handed out on a Wednesday and expected in by the following Tuesday. 

Year 6: If you ever encounter a piece of homework which you find too tricky (whether it be just one question or a whole page) please do not sit and spend to long getting frustrated. 
Instead, follow these simple steps:

1.) Spend no longer than 5 minutes looking at the question. Could you highlight the important information? Could you read it in a different way?
2.) Ask an adult at home for some help.

3.) If you're still unsure, come into school and speak to Miss Finch about the question. I will always squeeze in some extra support for you and try to explain it for you.
MOST IMPORTANTLY: Never spend your evening or weekend stressing over a question on a piece of homework!!!! It's just a piece of paper and we can work it out together.

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If you have any questions or queries please don't hesitate to arrange a meeting with me to discuss.

Files to Download

Year 6: Blog items

Year 6: Gallery items

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Year 6: Calendar items

World Kindness Day, by Mrs Shaw

Y6 Crucial Crew trip, by Miss Chilton

SATS WEEK, by Mrs Brierley

MISSION STATEMENT

“Together as God’s children we will, love, learn, grow, inspire, Let your light shine”.

OUR AIMS

  • To work together with families as the first educators of their children.
  • To create a happy Roman Catholic atmosphere in which everyone can develop spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, morally and physically.
  • To provide a safe, caring, stimulating environment in which everyone is encouraged to develop his or her full potential.
  • To promote self-discipline in an atmosphere which fosters respect, tolerance and acceptance of all people.
  • This school is committed to encouraging the children to develop into responsible members of the school community in preparation for their role as adult members of society. In helping us to achieve this goal we anticipate the co-operation of all our parents.
  • To support all members of the community in their faith journey.

St Joseph The Worker RC Primary School, Cutnook Ln, Irlam, Manchester M44 6GX