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St Mary Magdalene Catholic Primary School

Growing Together in Faith and Love.

Year 6 - St Patrick/St Anthony

 

Homework

During the week children will have:

  1. Spellings
  2.  Abacus or other numeracy
  3.  Literacy homework

Literacy, Numeracy and Spellings are given out on a Friday and the Literacy and Numeracy MUST  be returned by Wednesday of the following week at the latest.

 

Please ensure that you support your child with their homework.

 

Home Reading Books

Your child needs to read every day, this will develop reading and writing skills. Each child takes books home and the books must be kept in good condition. Please sign your child's record book to show that you have heard them read and feel free to write any comments.

 

Parent Volunteers for Reading

We would greatly appreciate any parents who would be kind enough to volunteer to read with children in classes.

 

SATs 

As I'm sure you are aware, year 6 is the children's final year when they will sit their SAT tests.  The goverment  are still in the process of finalising the full format and marking criteria of these tests despite it being the second year they will be distributed.  Therefor this academic year is being referred to as another 'transition year'.  We will inform you fully when we have our meeting with parents in the Lenten Term to discuss in detail the tests.

 The results of these tests will be included on your children's education records for the rest of their school career, and are sometimes used by secondary schools to make choices about individual class placements.  We will send a letter to remind you of the time and date of the meeting and will hopefully be able to share some sample papers in order to give you an idea of the content. 

 

Thank you for your support

Curriculum Newsletter Pentecost 2019

Easter Cracked 2019

Year 6 Stations of the Cross 2019

Year 6 making Pizza

In Literacy Mrs Indries group studied about Pandora (science-fiction) Pandors is a mysterious world of wonder and beauty. It is filled with mythical things from day and night, no matter which way you look at it, it is stunning. It is one of the many moons orbiting the planet Polyphemus. If you take one breath from the toxic atmosphere it can suffocate you in seconds. There is beauty in everything, even the most frightening things. In the reports written by year 6 children, you will discover many of the strange, bewitching things about Pandora, including the animals that inhabit it.

Picture 1 Mrs Indries class display.
Picture 2 Mrs Indries literacy - Tuesday by David Wiesner.
Picture 3 Mrs Indries class display.

Curriculum Newsletter - Lent 2019

Curriculum Newsletter - Advent 2018

 
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