Welcome to Violet Class - Year 6!
We are the top class and the eldest children in school! We are the role models!
Mrs Clark is our teacher.
Mrs Gostelow works with us too!
In Year 6 we are aiming to become INDEPENDENT, MOTIVATED and CREATIVE learners.
This is a key year for us as we have so much to try and accomplish. If we have the right attitude then we can do it! This year, we will work together as one big team to support one another and look out for each other. Of course, as well as some serious brain work we plan to have some fun along the way too!
Some of our Violet superstars have been thinking about their start to school and had these things to say:
"It is fun in Violet Class so far. I am enjoying looking after the younger children. I like to have a challenge in Maths." (Kiera, aged 10)
"I enjoy most of the lessons so far and taking care of the other children in school. I like being top of the school and the eldest children because we set an example." (Willow, aged 11)
"Violet Class so far in my favourite. We have got a lot to look forward to like:Aylmerton, Young Voices, school trips and the play. I love it here at Friskney." (Billy, aged 10)
Our homework is set twice a week. On Monday we are given Literacy which is handed in on Thursday. On Thursday we are given Maths which is handed in on Monday. It is a rolling cycle and always based on what we are learning in class! There is a folder on our class page which has our homework in it (just incase the dog ate your other one!)
Reading is really important this year and getting stuck into a good book is SO IMPORTANT so we are encouraged to read whenever possible. Mrs Clark's favourite authors are: David Walliams, Malorie Blackman, Roald Dahl, Michael Morpurgo and Phillip Pullman.
Can you believe it is the summer term already? We can't either!
THIS IS OUR FINAL LONG TERM AT FRISKNEY ALL SAINTS!
This term we journey back to WW2 and learn about its impact on Britain since the 1930s. We will be learning about the axis and allies and which countries were on which sides. We learn about life for the evacuees and the impact of the Blitz. We will be enjoying the songs by Vera Lynn and studying the art work of Matisse.
In Writer's Workshop we will be reading 'Goodnight Mister Tom'.