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Goodbye Year 6 - we will miss you!

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If your children are in school, please can you send them in with a carrier bag or two to collect their Year 6 books to bring home on Thursday 9th July. If your children are not in school, there will be a time and date sent out for when you can come and collect them from the office. 

Transition Weeks 

Over the last 3 weeks of term, the children in school on Thursdays and Fridays will be completing a number of transition activities. Below you will find the resources for each week in the folders for children who are not coming in to school to complete at your leisure. PLEASE DO NOT DO THESE ACTIVITIES IF YOUR CHILDREN ARE COMING BACK TO SCHOOL. 

Extra (optional) academic tasks for all children Mondays-Wednesdays

If you would still like your children to complete academic tasks and activities Monday-Wednesday each week, BBC Bitesize have some fantastic daily lessons you can complete: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-and-p7-lessons 

Also, as the children didn't complete last year's SATs as mocks you can use these to aid some additional learning. Papers and answer schemes can be found here...  

Readinghttps://www.gov.uk/government/publications/key-stage-2-tests-2019-english-reading-test-materials

GPShttps://www.gov.uk/government/publications/key-stage-2-tests-2019-english-grammar-punctuation-and-spelling-test-materials

Mathshttps://www.gov.uk/government/publications/key-stage-2-tests-2019-mathematics-test-materials

NOTLEY HIGH TRANSITION WORK

Notley High School have provided some transition activities for the Year 6 children that they can complete Monday -Wednesday. Link: https://www.notleyhigh.com/files/2020/Year_6_activity_booklet.pdf 

 

A poem for Year 6

This week, each day, you would have had a test

Been in school, to try your best

Alas, it was not meant to be

You may wonder, ‘what’ll happen to me?’

 

Now here are some words from us to you

And each one of them: unconditionally true

You’ve all worked so hard this year

Your perseverance and dedication has been clear

 

Truly, you are, all wonderful students

Prepared yourself with grit and prudence

GPS, Maths and Reading Comp too

Your heart and desire would’ve seen you through

 

But we don’t need the SATs to feel as proud as we do

Of each and every one of you

Now together we’re faced with a new kind of test

Discovering strengths we never knew we possessed

 

Appreciating little things, like walks in the park

Creating our futures and making our mark

From this, you will learn more than you ever know

And better people you’ll become, as you continue to grow

 

Success is the journey, not destination

What a ride you’ve had on your White Court education!

Tests are forgotten, but mem’ries persist

Secondary school – next on the list

 

A moral from this, to make you think

Not all of life’s lessons can be written in ink.

 

Miss you all

Miss Castleman, Mr Pruce and Miss Lomas xx

Let us know what you have been doing via email or Twitter.

homelearning@whitecourt.essex.sch.uk

@CastlemanMiss @MrPruce @MissLomasWC

NHS Thank you Competition

FSE Designs are looking for students to design a banner which thanks and shows support to the NHS and key workers, for their dedication and hard work during this pandemic. 

5 winners will be picked, who will have their artwork recreated by our talented designers and printed on to a big 3x1m banner for you to proudly attach to your school gates! 

To enter, your students simply need to take a photograph of their completed worksheet and email it to hello@fsedesign.co.uk alongside their full name, age and details of their school. 

The closing date is Friday 8th May at 5pm! Winners will be announced on Monday 11th May!
For more information, please visit our website www.fsedesign.co.uk and follow our Facebook and Twitter pages for updates.
 

The worksheet is attached below.

 

Good luck

 

Expectation Documents for End of Year 6

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