Letter to Year 6
Please read Miss Perkins and Miss Turner's letter to Year 6 here.
In the letter, we explain that unfortunately, plans for SRE (Sex and Relationships Education) had to be altered this year. Secondary schools are aware and will make sure any missed SRE is fully covered. Below is a document to explain in more detail what would have been covered and resources you can use with your child if you would like to discuss what would have been talked about in school.
You can also view our school PSHE (inc Sex and Relationship Education) Policy here, which is also on our website (About Us > Policies).
*Year 6 Leavers' Book*
The Year 6 Leavers' Books have arrived in the school office! When you are able to, please come to collect your child's copy, before Friday 17th July 2020, and between the hours of 10am-3pm. You will also be given a 'It's Your Move' Transition booklet, provided by Yo-Yo, and a small gift from the Year 6 team. You may want to bring a bag with you.
Seesaw Home Learning
As a school, we've decided that we're going to use the online learning platform, Seesaw, to set home learning activities for the Summer Term. We hope the children will also be able to reconnect and share their learning with their peers and teachers.
If you haven't already, please make sure that you have joined our Year 6 class.
Instructions for joining Seesaw: Click here
Class Code: QLJW LYSK (expires on 7th July, 2020)
Note: Only the children should log on to our class - our aim is for parents and children to use the same account so we don’t have too many users. If you've got any questions or want to check out what we're putting on, you can look through your child's account; we're sure they won't mind!
Let us know if you have any problems signing up!
Home Learning Activities:
We will be uploading weekly and daily tasks/challenges to the 'Activities' section. Have a look in this section when you log in for an explanation about how we are going to be using Seesaw to set tasks and share our learning.
We do not expect the children to spend a lot of time working through the various activities; they should ideally work in short bursts with plenty of 'brain breaks' and physical activity. We understand that this is a strange time for everyone, so there is no expectation for children to complete and respond to all of the activities.
Here is a suggested schedule for you to follow, when working through the activities on Seesaw: Click here
Summer Term Topics
Geography/History: It's All Greek To Me! (Ancient Greece/Olympics)
Science: Evolution and Inheritance
Art/DT: Linked to topic
Our Summer Term Topic Menu has plenty of activities to keep you busy! This will also be uploaded in the 'Activity' section on Seesaw.
- For inspiration for the 'Hockney Art' challenge, click here
- For some examples for the Animal Adaptations 'SwitchZoo' activity, click here
Special request for all Copmanthorpe Primary School pupils: click here
Copmanthorpe School Arts Week
Have a look on Seesaw and the School Twitter Page for details!
White Rose Maths Party on Twitter
The Maths activities we will be setting will be following the White Rose Home Learning lessons. Although you can complete the activities at any time, you may wish to complete the White Rose Maths Lessons @10am, and join the Maths Party on Twitter. Tweet @WhiteRoseMaths with your responses to the activities and share your learning with the Twitter community! #MathsParty
Children should have logins in their packs for a range of useful websites, that we use in school to support learning.
Times Table Rockstars (website)
Times Table Rockstars (parent help letter)
- White Rose Maths Home Learning
Please see this help sheet on keeping children safe online: Click here
Well-being Booklet: Click here
There are so many experts coming together to provide a wealth of daily activities to get involved in. BBC Bitesize will also be providing daily lessons in Maths, English, Science, History, Geography and more.
6pm: Oliver Jeffers will be reading one of his books every weekday, and talking about some of the things that went into making it. If you can't make it, Oliver will be posting the videos on his website.
7pm: Home Safari! While the Cincinnati Zoo is closed, you can join a Home Safari LIVE each weekday @7pm, where they will highlight one of their amazing animals and include an activity you can do from home.