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Class 6





We are Class 6!

Class 6 are a Year 3 class of 28 children and from January we will be taught by Mrs Meanwell and Mrs Nelson.


Class 6 is part of the Year 3 "bubble" and we have Miss Wainwright and Mrs Green teaching next door in the other Year 3 class. Mrs Harris, Mrs Hudson and Mr Richards are also part of our bubble. 




PE - this is on a Monday and a Wednesday. Children should have their PE kits in school for the week. On a Wednesday the class will be taught by Coach James from Synergy. 


WATER BOTTLES - due to Covid-19 each child should now have a water bottle in school with them this can be filled when emptied, it should be taken home and washed each night.


SNACKS - due to Covid-19 there will be no snack shack so it is important that the children bring their own healthy snack to have at break times. 


There is no need for children to bring anything from home, such as cuddly toys, pencil cases and 'things to show'. 


Autumn Term


In Maths we have been learning further about addition and subtraction. 


In English we have read The Day The Crayons Quit. All our writing was based on this story. 


In Science we have been learning about animals (including humans). 


In project we learnt all about the UK and Western Europe. 


Coming up in the Spring Term...


During this term, we have lots of exciting new texts & videos to explore in English. We can't tell you what they are because they are a secret but we will be writing a newspaper report, a recount, a narrative and a letter.


In maths we will be learning more about number & place value, addition & subtraction, multiplication & division, fractions and measures. As well as this, we will be learning our 5, 4 and 3 times tables, whilst also recapping our 2's and 10's.


In our non-core subjects we will be learning all about The Stone Age, rocks & soils, plants, designing & making Stone Age jewellery, as well as Christianity and what makes a family and a community. 


As you can see, we have a very busy term ahead of us. Keep checking our page for updates!