|St Peter||St Paul|
|Teacher: Mr Seale||Teacher: Mrs Morgan|
|Teaching Assistant: Mrs Baker||Teaching Assistant: Miss Jolley|
We are delighted to have our Year 6's back at school and to find out more about what we will be learning this term, please look at our Termly Overview. It is expected that each pupil in Year 6 reads for 30 minutes every evening and that their journal is signed in order to evidence this. Our PE day is on a Thursday, all Year 6 pupils must have their PE kits in on this day, it may be taken home at the weekends to be washed but must be returned on Monday morning. Every child will be having an early morning intervention at least twice a week, please make sure your child is in school at 8:30am on these days. If you do have any questions for either teacher please feel free to contact us either via the school office, or via email (accessible through Jotter).
Key Dates for the Diary
26th March - Wear Blue to School for CAFOD
1st April - Last day of Term 4
19th April - First day of Term 5
26th April - Year 6 Parent Consultations
(Please find the link to join your Zoom meeting on the year 6 Jotter page)
28th May - End of Term 5
7th June - Start of Term 6
23rd July - End of Term 6
As a Catholic School, we attach the greatest importance to Collective Worship in the life of our school. We give our children opportunities to grow in faith, love and compassion to Jesus by reflecting the true meanings of Jesus' words.
This term our Collective Worship will be based around the theme of forgiveness, caring for others and love to God. We will be celebrating the FEAST of the ASCENSION of JESUS CHRIST and reflecting the true meaning of this special time.
May is a very special month in the Catholic calendar as it marks the MONTH OF MARY. During this time, we will be thinking about Mary and reflecting on how she is the Mother of Jesus and Mother to us all. We will be using the class rosery to pray to Mary and writing our own prayers to Her.
Reading: John 2:13-25
The children reflected upon why Jesus acted as he did and why he was so disappointed for this to be taking place in a temple.
The children thought about the deeper meaning behind Jesus saying he we rebuild the temple in just 3 days and made reference to the resurrection of Christ at the time of Easter.
Dip and Do- Optional home activities.
On the Jotter page you will find a tab that is named Dip and Do activities. These activities are based on the school learning that term. There are 8 optional homework tasks that your child can complete alongside practising their spellings and timetables and reading their book. Please get your child to bring any completed tasks into school as they will receive house points for their extra work.
Jotter Learning Platform
At St Michael’s we subscribe to Jotter; the learning platform designed with primary schools in mind. Children are growing up in a fast-changing online world and we strive to ensure that they gain the essential skills both within and beyond school. Teachers will keep you up-to-date with your child’s learning. Your child will be able to download and upload work and complete tasks. There will be pages where much of what you see has been created by the children themselves. This is their chance to shine as they write content and collaborate on research.
Jotter gives children the opportunity to explore concepts such as wikis and blogs in a safe environment. We hope you enjoy using Jotter as much as we do. To log in please type in your child’s username and password. To obtain this information please speak to your class teacher.