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Our Lady of Lourdes

Catholic Primary School

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St. John - Y6

A warm welcome back to Year 6 from myself, Mr McNally and Mr Coranti.

 

We are both looking forward to the year ahead and working with you all. We hope you had a great summer and are looking forward to Year 6.

 

Please see below a link to the Year 6  Curriculum outlining all the learning opportunities your child will experience in preparation for their end of year SATs.

 

Please join us for our SATs and Transition Meeting on Thursday 15th September at 3.45pm where you will receive important information on how to support your child as they prepare for their end of year tests.  You will also receive information about the application process for secondary school transition.  The meeting will be held in our classroom - we look forward to seeing you on then.

Year 6 Curriculum Overview

Year 6 Suggested Reading List

In science we have been looking at the heart and the circulatory system. We carried out an investigation to see how exercise affects our heart rate.

Our first topic in math has been place value. We have used place value charts, Gattegno charts and number lines when working through this specific strand of mathematics.

The girls in year 5 and 6 had two teachers from St Claudine's Girls School come and tell them why they should consider this fantastic school as their secondary school of choice.

Year 6 and their reception buddies having lunch together. We do this every Friday, the oldest pupils at the school helping the youngest settle in and feel at home.

Here is our weekly newsletter. (23/09/22) Please read it each week, it will keep you updated on all that is going on at school, important notices and upcoming events.

We have been looking at square and cube numbers and why they are called this. You can make squares from square numbers and cubes from cube numbers. A square number is a number multiplied by itself. A cube number is a number multiplied by itself three times because cubes are 3D, they have an extra dimension.

Please use this website at home to help you with your Math. Website: www.mathsframe.co.uk username: OLOL password: Lourdes2022 You can scan the QR code below and it will take you to the mathsframe website.

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