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Miss Taylor Class 15

Welcome to Class 15

Welcome to Class 15’s webpage!

Hi, my name is Miss Taylor and I am Class 15’s teacher. In Class 15, children are also supported by Mrs Jones, Mrs Cosh and Mrs Gruszczynska.

 

Year 6’s topic for the Autumn term will be Community and Belonging – you can find out more information by clicking the ‘Autumn 2021 Topic’ star link below.

 

The School Day:

  • Children can be dropped off between 8.45 and 9.00am, gates will be locked at 9.00am, pupils arriving after this time will be required to go through the office and will be recorded as late.
  • Pick up time will be 3.00pm to 3.15pm. Children left behind after 3.15pm may be asked to join After School Club and a charge will be applied.
  • Please continue to follow the one-way system in place to avoid bottlenecks at gates.
  • Each day the children need a coat, water bottle and packed lunch if they are not having a school dinner.
  • Suitable footwear – every day we will encourage the children to take part in the daily mile or other physical activities, so they need comfortable, safe footwear to do so.
  • Slippers can be left in school for children to change into.
  • All children need to have wellies and waterproofs in school, to protect their school uniform, to take part in outdoor learning which will be timetabled on a regular basis.
  • All uniform including outdoor clothing needs to be named.

 

PE days:

  • All pupils need to bring an appropriate PE Kit on their allocated PE days.  Class 15 will do PE on a Tuesday and a Friday. 
  • Track suit for outdoor winter games.
  • Plain black shorts/cycling shorts or leggings.
  • A school Royal Blue short or long sleeved T-shirt which can be purchased via the school website/ uniform shop or a plain blue or white top can be worn.
  • Training shoes suitable for outdoor games on the field and playground.
  • Swimming costume / trunks and towel - lightweight, long sleeve t shirts and leggings can be worn if necessary, for religious/cultural reasons.
  • A PE bag with the school logo is issued to every child when they start school to keep all PE clothes together.
  • No football shirts/strips should be worn and clothing should not have large brand names on them.

 

 

Reading and Learning at home:

  • Reading – Children must aim to read every day at home–we recomeend at least ten minutes per day. However, the more a child reads at home, the more progress they will make. If an adult is unable to listen to their child read at home, Year 6 pupils can independently record their reading into their diary. Dojos will be given for each diary entry that is recorded into their diary.
  • Maths and spelling activities to be shared weekly by Dojo. This will commence the week beginning 20th September.
  • Here are some useful websites:
  • https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary
  • https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/
  • https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student

if you child has lost their TTRockstars login, please let Mr Walker know and he will send out a new one.

 

ParentPay:

ParentPay can be used to pay school meals and for any other trips / visits that are planned in school.

 

ParentPay is also used to give permission for activities beyond the daily curriculum offer, including for trips, visitors or other enrichment activities.

 

If you need any help or support setting up your ParentPay account please contact the team in the office who will be happy to help.

 

 

Keeping in touch:

We will continue to use Dojo as a way of keeping in touch. 

 

We will do our best to respond in a timely manner but please bear in mind that during the school day we are focused on teaching and learning with your children, and we do not monitor Dojo throughout the evening.

 

If you have an urgent request/message, please contact the team in the office.

 

 

 

     

 

Instructions homework 24-6-22.

Remember your brilliant set of instructions about how to capture a banchi? Can you write a set of instructions about how to survive SATs? Make them as funny as you like!

Maths Homework 24-6-22.

1 738 + 100 =

2 244 x 7 =

3 3.4 + 0.5 =

4 32 x 8 =

5 1025 + 432 =

6 749 ÷ 7 =

7 564 – 9 =

8 3.5 + 0.05 =

9 3 x 5 x 2 =

10 3/4 - 1/4 =

11 776 ÷ 8 =

12 2.34 x 100 =

13 52 = 0.5 x .........

14 40,400 – 500 =

15 100 x 200 =

Memories Homework.

 

As the Leavers' Assembly is coming up could you write a short paragraph about : your funniest memory, your favourite memory and a memory about Mrs Harris. These could be from any time in your life at Short Wood.

Maths Game Homework.

 

Year 4 have asked us to help them learn their times tables up to 12 x12. Your task is to design a game that will help. It might have a board with numbers on, like Snakes and Ladders or it might have cards to pick, like Monopoly. Have fun!

Good evening!
The homework from now on will be to complete an exercise in each SAT Buster book. We have invested in these books as they are an excellent preparation for the sorts of questions which will come up in the SATs tests in May. Please support your child to complete the activities and we will work on any problems back in school. The books will be sent home on Friday and then need to be back in school by the following Wednesday. Thank you.

Maths 21-1-22.

Key Vocabulary:
factor
common factor
multiple
greatest common factor
What are the factors of 24?
What are the factors of 56?
What are their common factors?
What is their greatest common factor?
Try this for 16 and 40.
Try this for 36 and 72.

Spellings 21-1-22.

Use your spelling strategies to learn these spellings. Write them in a sentence to make sure you understand their meanings.

impossible

invisible
illegible
inedible

irreversible
incredible

Spelling Homework.

Use your spelling strategies to learn these spellings. Use them in a sentence to make sure you understand their meaning.
eight
eighteen
height
weigh
neighbour freight
reign
rein
vein
veil

Maths Homework.

Miss Taylor needs your help! She wants to draw a square. She wants the perimeter to be numerically equal to the area. The perimeter will be measured in units of length, (cm) and the area will be measured in square units, (cm2)
What size square could she draw?
Can you help her draw a rectangle that is twice as long as it is wide which still has a perimeter numerically equal to its area?

Reading Homework.

Log onto Bedrock and complete at least 30minutes. We will be monitoring this on our Teacher access and will be able to see who has spent time on it over the weekend.

Homework W/E 3.12.21

 Spelling 

collide

collision

admit

admission permit permission

obey

grey

 

 Reading

Log onto Bedrock and complete 30minutes on your personalised learning.

 

 Maths

Complete these written method questions from My Mini Maths  https://myminimaths.co.uk/year-6-week-1-addition-subtraction-using-formal-written-methods-wednesday/ 

Spelling homework 26-11-21.

Use your spelling strategies to learn these words. Write them in an interesting sentence to make sure you understand their meaning.
decision
division
explode
explosion
invade
invasion expansion comprehension
extension

Maths homework 26-11-21.

 

Find the area and perimeters of these rectangles:
Length 60 cm Width 8 cm
L 40 cm W 10 cm
L 50 cm W 12 cm
L 44 cm W 15 cm
Wolf Watch needs your help! Can you design a cage to transport one of their wolves? It is 85 cm tall, 50 cm wide and 1.6 m long. Looking forward to seeing your designs!

Homework 19.11.21

Maths

This homework will help you with your Fast Facts:
1cm = ____mm
1m = ____cm
1km = ____m
1 litre = _____ml
1kg = ____g
3cm = ____mm
50mm = ____cm
5.5m = ____cm
3500ml = _____l
2.3kg = _____g

 

Spellings

Use your spelling strategies to learn these words. Choose 8 to write into a sentence.
confess confession  discuss  discussion  impress  impression   progress   progression   express  expression  confuse  confusion  revise  revision  televise  television

 

Bedrock

Spend at least 15 minutes improving your vocabulary using Bedrock.

Maths homework 12-11-21.

 

This homework will help you learn your Fast Facts.

Convert these fractions to decimals:
1/2     1/4    3/4    1/10    1/5      3/5    9/10      1/100
7/100     21/100     75/100       99/100
How many tenths is 0.8?
How many hundredths is 0.12?

Spelling homework 12-11-21.

 

Use your spelling strategies to learn these words. Use them in a sentence to make sure you understand their meaning.
courageous                            outrageous                            hideous                      courteous serious                                         curious                             obvious                            previous

Maths Homework 8-10-21.

Spelling Homework 8-10-21.

Use your spelling strategies to learn these words and use them in a sentence to make sure you understand their meaning.

 

mention               position               myth

mystery              physical               bicycle

rhythm               symbol                 system

Homework tasks - Friday 1st October

Y6 Autumn Topic Web

Attendance

Overall School: 95%

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