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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6 

 

Teachers, Teaching Assistants and HLTA's:

Miss Kempf (Phase leader)

Miss Nabbs (Teacher)

Ms McDaid (HLTA)

Miss Baker (TA)

 

How to contact the class teacher: 

 

If you have any queries regarding any aspect of life in Year 6, please do not hesitate to contact the class teachers via the class email addresses:

misskempfsclass@easingwold-pri.n-yorks.sch.uk

missnabbsclass@easingwold-pri.n-yorks.sch.uk

 

Homework:

 

Homework is set on on a Friday and is due in the following Wednesday. A sticker on the inside of the front cover will show you the homework your child should be completing. Maths, timetables and spelling homework will be sent every week. SPaG and Comprehension homework will alternate weekly. Children will also be expected to read five times per week and practice their mental maths targets. 

 

 

 

Timetable:

Please encourage your child to check their timetable regularly (found above) as they should be well organised. Support us with encouraging independence and good organisational skills, which will be beneficial in Year 5/6. We expect children to be wearing the approved school uniform and P.E kit. PE kit should be worn to school on PE days. 

Miss Kempf's PE days are Monday (outdoor) and Friday (indoor). 

Miss Nabbs' PE days are Monday (outdoor) and Wednesday (indoor). 

Useful websites

SATs evening presentation

Welcome to our classroom:

 

Miss Nabbs' class

 

Miss Kempf's class

Autumn term 1: 

The National Railway 

 

We went to the National Railway Museum as part of our Victorian's topic. We looked at how trains have developed and how they changed the world during the industrial revolution. We also looked at how York has changed through time and how the railway's changed York.

Autumn term 2: 

Victorian Day!

 

As a landing to our 'How did the railway change Victorian York' topic, we had a whole day experiencing Victorian school! The children (and staff!) dressed up, explored Victorian money, playground games, lesson structure and discipline before showcasing our work to parents in the afternoon. The children found the teachers' strict behaviour hilarious although they all agreed they would not have enjoyed being in a real Victorian classroom!

Spring term 1: 
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