Our class teacher is Miss Nicholson and our teaching assistant in the mornings is Mrs. Smith.
We are all looking forward to the year ahead and working alongside you all.
There are currently 30 children in our class.
There are 9 boys and 21 girls.
Be Safe and Happy
As part of our British Values in Year 6, we will be learning about democracy by encouraging the children to make decisions together. One of the ways we will be doing this is by holding class votes. We vote for our School Council representatives and also vote for our Behaviour Ambassador each half term.
Mutual respect and tolerance of each other are part of the values underpinned in Year 6, and the importance of accepting, respecting and valuing the feelings and views of others is embedded in the day to day learning. We will be learning about similarities and differences, and how these should be celebrated. Children are always encouraged to develop their self-confidence and self-esteem, and to express their needs and opinions.
The children are taught the importance of having rules and routines in place within the school and classroom, and how they contribute to making our school a safe and happy environment. They are always encouraged to think about their actions and make good choices. Our Behaviour Ambassador will choose a weekly 'Behaviour Star' to celebrate this.
We will work together to help one another and to make Year 6 Pullman a great class!
Timetable Monitor - Seemel
Playground Box Monitor - Al Amin
Water Bottle Monitor – Corina
Reading Ambassadors - Dana, Haleema H., Ubaid and Mustafa
Chair Monitors - Laiba, Aisha K., Mustafa and Binta
Homework Monitor - Manar
'Wow Word' Board Monitor - Momina
Cloakroom Monitor - Delisha
Lunchbox Trolley Monitor - Aisha H.
Book Area Monitor - Eman
School Council Representatives - Amna and Aqeel
Sports' Council - Aleena and Moosa
Digital Leaders - Isa and Haleema A.
Eco Warriors - Halima Y. and Jannat
Livingstone: other class
Edison: other class
Brunel: other class
Kingsley: other class
We have our own School Council members that are responsible for attending meetings, making decisions and feeding back to their class.
Our Behaviour Ambassador for this half-term is Sana.
Weekly Special Mention:
Half Term Award Winner:
All children at Victoria Community School have homework, in Year 6 it just gets a little more demanding, preparing them for their transition to daily homework in Year 7 at High School. Homework books will be supplied to each child at the beginning of the year and I hope you will take good care of them and take pride in the work you put into them. You could cover them to keep them looking pristine!
The children are expected to read daily for 20 minutes as this will help them develop their understanding and fluency when reading longer texts. Their reading records are to be signed when parents/guardians/older siblings have listened to them read. We aim for each child to have read 100 books by the end of Year 6 so they can achieve their Gold Award Olympic Reader Certificate.
Spellings will be given out to learn on a weekly basis.
Most homework will be given out on a weekly basis, but there may be some other weeks when there are tasks to complete. Weekly homework will be given out on Thursdays, to be returned by the following Tuesday.
The homework will all relate to what your child is currently learning in class. This half-term, the children will be completing the following, in addition to their reading and spellings;
If you need help, see any Year 6 member of staff on a Friday or following Monday.
The children are welcome to complete their homework from 8.25am to 8.40am each day if they arrive at school during these times.
YEAR 6 PULLMAN TIMETABLE – September 2022
The children have half-termly maths targets to work on. In autumn 2, the children will be learning the multiplication and division facts. They complete three tests - one at the beginning, mid half-term and one at the end of the half-term. Hopefully, they make lots of progress!
The children have these Learning Walls in the front of their reading and writing books. They have to highlight when they have achieved that particular target. We aim to have them all achieved towards the end of the year!
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