Please visit our Year 6 page regularly and click on the tabs above to keep up to date with:
news and photographs relating to recent activities,
our curriculum map.
I hope you are all still well.
You may have heard that schools may reopen for pupils in Year 6 in June and some of you may wish to return. I have been in school today and have begun planning how this may work if it goes ahead. Y6 will split in to smaller groups. I have set the desks 2m apart and there is room for 12 pupils. The other groups will work probably work in the Y5/4 classrooms. Shared resources such as pencil crayons and scissors have been cleaned and shared out so you will have your own set. Any workbooks will stay in your desks. There is so much to think about but we will try our hardest over the next few weeks to make it safe for you to return if you wish to.
For those who wish to stay at home and continue learning as you have been so far, the Government have made available a series of online lessons which will be updated weekly. Should you wish to view the Government’s resources please search for Oak National Academy.
Lancashire maths team have also put together a daily set of lessons and these can be found by copying the link
At the top of our class page is a tab for Scince – learning at home and there are some lovely ideas on there.
It is important to remember that these documents are a guide and that, as students and parents/carers, you should always take into account that distance learning is still a new way of working for us all and that the single most important factor for anyone is that the work is manageable and that you stay home and stay safe. Please ring school if you need any help.
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