Class Information

Welcome to Year 6 at Kea Community

 

 Primary School

 

2020 - 2021

 

Staff - Mr Simon Miles, Mrs Rachel Tucker

 

 and Mrs Nicola Lawry 

 

(Mrs Sara Evans, Mrs Jackie Stone, Mrs Sharon Averre)

SCHOOL YEAR 
 
2020 - 2021
A huge welcome back after an unexpectedly long break from normal school.
Firstly, a huge Thank You to all parents and carers who supported their children through months of Home Learning.
The children have returned enthusiastic and confident and we are all really looking forward to working with them over the next few months in their last year of primary school.
We will be assessing and supporting them in their learning and providing challenge and motivation for all.
As you are aware, there are many changes to normal school routines at present, and we thank you for your co-operation and dedication in keeping your children safe and happy.  
If you have any questions about your child's learning and wish to discuss these, please email the school office as usual and the messages will be passed to Year 6 staff.
Please also inform us if you feel there is any information that we might need to know which may affect their performance or their enjoyment of school. 
Book Recommendation
Each week, we will recommend a book for your child to read. 
This is not homework, this is reading for pleasure.
We hope you enjoy the books and if you have any great suggestions for further recommended reads, please email the office for the attention of Mr Miles.
Thank you.
We celebrated Harvest in our class on Friday 2nd October 2020.
Below, you will find some beautiful pieces of work by Year 6. Some children have written poems, some drawn posters and some have written stories. We hope you enjoy reading them.
Our first topic for
 
 
Autumn Term 2020 is:
 
 
Tudors and Stuarts
This week, Room 13 by Robert Swindells.
 
"This is what Fliss dreamed the night before the second year went to Whitby. 
She was walking on a road high above the sea. It was dark. She was alone. Waves were breaking at the foot of the cliffs to her left, and further out, the moonlight made a silver path on the water."