Golden Eagles 2022 - 2023
PE is on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. Please come to school in your PE kit.
Dates for your diary
- Monday 27th March - Kingfield Book Week
- Friday 31st March - Last day of term, 2pm finish
- Monday 17th April - Start of the Summer Term
- Tuesday 18th April - Class photos
- Monday 1st May - Bank Holiday
- Monday 8th May - Bank Holiday
- Tuesday 9th May - Friday 12th May - KS2 SATs
- Monday 15th May - Friday 20th May - Residential trip to Norfolk Lakes
- Monday 22nd May - Half Term
- Monday 5th June - Back to school
- Friday 21st July - Last day of term, 2pm finish
Year 6 Curriculum documents
Please click here to open the National Curriculum.
Please see below for documents that may be beneficial to help you understand your child's learning in Year 6.
|KS2 SATs Talk for parents.pdf||Download|
|Autumn term 2022.docx||Download|
|Spring term 2023.docx||Download|
|2023 Spring Spelling Overview.docx||Download|
|2022 Autumn Spelling Overview.docx||Download|
|Year 6 key words.docx||Download|
|Parent Leaflet - Year 6 expectations.docx||Download|
I expect all children to read for a minimum of 30 minutes every weekday. They can read a variety of books of their choice. They can read it independently, read to a family member or even be read to! Spending time with a book has boundless health benefits and can help children succeed in school. In other words:
reading is the key that can unlock success!
If you would like some great texts to read to your children, check out the Recommended Reading Lists that are uploaded below. I've categorised the fiction books into genres so you can find books similar to what you know you already enjoy. I have also included the book's Accelerated Reader level where possible.
If you're reading a book at home and are interested in its Accelerated Reader level, use the website www.arbookfind.co.uk to find out.
Many teachers at Kingfield love to read and are always willing to give out book recommendations! Don't be shy to ask an adult for a book they think you might like.
Homework & Spelling
All homework is set online. Homework is explained by Mr Shenton on a Tuesday. It needs to be submitted by the following Monday. If you do not submit your homework, you will be given one day's grace and it must be submitted on the Tuesday. If it is not handed in by then, you may miss your break to complete it. If you regularly do not submit your homework, a letter will be sent home.
If for any reason you are unable to complete your homework one week, please ask a parent or carer to email or call the office to pass the message onto Miss Humphreys or Mr Shenton.
Every week, you will be introduced to a spelling rule or pattern or theme. You will be given 5 words to learn and then be tested on 5 additional mystery words that follow the same rule, pattern or theme. You'll need to dedicate some time each week to practising your spellings in order to improve.
We will continue to look at our four key values: Respect, Resilience, Empathy and Reflection.
Through Class Worship, assemblies and cross-curricular lessons, our values will be embedded into all aspects of our day-to-day learning, helping us to become the best that we can be.
Our Golden Rules
We take care
We take pride
We have respect
Staff for 2022 - 2023
If you have any questions or comments, please come and speak to us!
Class teachers: Miss Humphreys (every day) and Mr Shenton (Mon - Weds)
SCITT student: Mrs Fox
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Humphreys (AM only)
Learning Support Assistant: Mrs Thain (PM only)
Our Year 6 play a vital role in the day to day life running of the school with a variety of roles and responsibilities. In September, children will be interviewed after they have applied for the role.
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|Assembly Assistants||Office Assistants||Library Assistants||Junior Leadership Team|