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Year 6

Letter to Year 6 from Mrs Nesbit

ZOOM ACCESS INFORMATION

 

Personal Meeting ID 975 256 0664

Password: 7Es5FV

https://zoom.us/j/9752560664?pwd=WVhvRy91ank4V2NuZlFpMEtHNEgwZz09

Use this information to access Zoom on Monday 13th July to say goodbye to staff and fellow classmates. 

Timetable for final week of Primary Education!

Zoom and Home Learning timetable for WC 29th June

Weekly timetable for WC 22nd

Zoom timetable for WC 22nd June

Important - Transition meeting for McAuley students 

 

A Zoom Meeting for Y6 students attending McAuley has been set up for Friday 19th at 10am, along with 4 other Catholic feeder schools.  The invitation is below.

 

Emma Orcott, the Y7 Key Stage Manager will be in the meeting to introduce herself and answer any questions the students may have.

 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/4154959714?pwd=dlltT1J4YkNZTXhLcWpOUm9oUkQzUT09

 

Meeting ID: 415 495 9714

Password: 5LQ8XM

ZOOM ACCESS INFORMATION

 

Personal Meeting ID 975 256 0664

Password: 7Es5FV

https://zoom.us/j/9752560664?pwd=WVhvRy91ank4V2NuZlFpMEtHNEgwZz09

The above is a link to our School Zoom lessons and the Meeting ID number and password you will need to access the lesson. This information will allow you to access ALL lessons throughout the week. Thanks for your support

Important update about the reopening of schools

 

As Doncaster has yet to reach the ‘peak’ of the pandemic, an announcement has been made in line with that of Sheffield.

Doncaster Public Health and The Local Authority is to review the situation on June 8th to look at a wider re-opening for mid-June. We will keep parents informed as soon as we hear more. Thank you for your understanding.

Important Lette to Year 6 Parents regarding Transition

IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ! Attached is a letter from the council regarding the opening of schools!

IMPORTANT!!! Please read - I will be ringing all parents on Friday asking for a yes or no whether you will be sending children to school on June 1st - Thank you

Parent letter - please read!

Home learning  - Class Dojos 

 

Hi everyone, 

Facebook is not letting me log in so as an alternative Year 6 are using Class Dojos; follow the instructions below:

Type Class Dojos into a search engine and find the Class Dojos site. 

Click log in and log in as a student. 

It will ask for a code, type in FPR DPG

You should then be in the site, the home page is where I can post updates, reminders, celebrate children's work and award Class Dojos. When you click on the portfolio tab at the top of the page, it allows you to post any work you have completed, write to me to ask any questions and it enables me to write back and even mark your work. You can post work, photos or even videos on your portfolio to show me the Home learning that is taking place. 

Please note, the code is valid for 48 hours please do not sign out of the page after this period as you will be required to submit another code. I will post new codes on this page just in case you do require a new one. Thank you.  

 

If you have any problems, email me at;    J.Ascroft@holyfamilyschool.co.uk

 

 

 

Attached is a timetable for next week - with it officially being the Easter holidays, the children do not have to do any of the activities if they don't want to but it is there just in case they want to carry on their studies. I will still log in to class dojos every day to see if anyone wants any work marking :) I want to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone uploading work - it is great to see the children keeping busy, being helpful around the house and learning key life skills. Please email me (J.Ascroft@holyfamilyschool.co.uk) if anyone would like a phone call during the week or need any other assistance. Stay safe and enjoy the Easter break :)

Attached is the timetable for Week 7. Important - on Friday we want every child in school to be out in their garden having a party celebrating VE day!!! 40 class dojos for photos and work related to the VE day tasks set in the weekly timetable! The clip on Monday explains all about VE day if you aren't sure what it is. Enjoy your weekend everyone :)

Attached is the timetable for week 8 - May is the month of Mary so 30 class dojos for every RE task completed. There are also some Science challenges, bike rides and art challenges this week so try to complete as many tasks as you can :) who will win the certificate and 50 class dojos this week???

Week 9 Timetable - lots of exciting tasks for you to complete including Science experiments, reading tasks, a music task, an art task, watching your favourite movie and even making a delicious banana split :)

All children have been provided with a home learning pack with lots of tasks and activities. Above, you will be able to see a weekly timetable that I will keep up to date to add structure to the children's day so please be encouraging them to follow this. Also above, you will be able to see subheadings that direct you to learning within subject areas.

 

The following websites are brilliant for accessing all areas of the curriculum (Maths, Literacy, Science etc) 

 

https://junipereducation.org/coronavirus-covid-19-resources-for-teachers/ - This resource has 2 weeks worth of work linked to two topics: Out of this World and The Body! 

 

Twinkl  enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/

 

BBC Bitesize

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/zbr9wmn

 

BBC Bitesize are showing daily lessons on a variety of subjects...please take a look...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-lessons/1

 

The link below takes you to Harry Potter at Home where JK Rowling has set up some fun quizzes, craft videos, puzzles, articles and fun reading...

https://www.wizardingworld.com/collections/harry-potter-at-home

 

Please note at this time children could be learning new life skills such as baking, sewing, cooking, communication and confidence. Read to each other, build dens in the house, build with Lego, keep active when possible (Joe Wicks on Youtube is fantastic) and, more importantly, bond together as a family. All of which I will try to incorporate into the weekly timetables. Stay safe and thank you for your support.

Mr Ascroft and Mrs Nicol. 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Year Six's Page!

We are going to have a fantastic year, in Year 6!  We have so much to look forward to and with some hard work and determination, we will achieve all our goals and targets!

Important dates and information

 The children will need their PE kit every Thursday. 

 

SATs Week 2020 - SATs week starts on Monday 11th May 2020 and ends on Thursday 14th May 2020 (please do not book any holidays for this week, thank you!)

Out of School Achievements 

 Our Year 6 children attend a lot of out of school clubs/activities. Let's celebrate their achievements!

Well done to Grace-Lily Lazenby on getting through to represent Doncaster Darts! Fantastic swimming ability!

Below is a link to the Year 5 and 6 vocabulary list - please learn these spellings so you are able to use them in your fantastic writing!

Here are our wonderful: Head Boy, Head Girl, Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl.

They are a real credit to the school and help out the other children on a day to day basis.

They have begun showing visitors around school and explaining to them how brilliant we are!

We loved our fun trip to Eden Camp - learning all about World War II

Our wreathes were a massive hit at the Christmas Fayre!

The children have created some beautiful liturgies...

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