Year 6 - Iguana Class
Welcome to Iguana Class
Our teacher is Mrs Pursey.
Our T.A is Mrs Kaur.
I am excited to be welcoming you to Year 6: a new year for you and me.
We are going to have lots of things to keep us busy over the year and hopefully lots of fun doing it.
We start the year with a history focus looking at the enquiry:
What was the impact of World War 2 on the people of Britain?
The children have studied British history in chronological order. This will build on their prior knowledge of events affecting people’s lives. They will utilise the skills taught throughout their history learning and develop their understanding of the historical concepts. We will be introducing many Substantive Concepts which underpin the history enquiries over their Primary education.
Our reading text is "Letters from the Lighthouse" by Emma Carroll. This book is a work of fiction, set during World War 2.
Forest School: alternating Tuesday mornings, starting Tuesday 5th September. Pupils need to bring in a change of clothes and footwear suitable for getting dirty; wellies and waterproofs for wet days; and warmer clothing once the temperature drops.
P.E: Monday afternoon outdoors - Netball. Wednesday afternoon outdoors - Rugby. Please ensure the correct kit, including trainers, is in school for these days. A reminder that earrings must be removed before P.E.
Reminders will be sent about Forest School and P.E on Class Dojo, as well as information shared about the learning. Any queries or questions please message me using Class Dojo.
The Term 1 knowledge organiser below provides information on our learning enquiry for this term.
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