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Cookley Sebright Primary School

'Developing a love of learning at the heart of the community'

Year 6

 

 

Welcome to Year 6

 

Miss Spooner

 

 

Information for parents of pupils in Year 6

 

We would like to welcome you as parents of Year 6 children at Cookley Sebright Primary School. 

 

Attendance and Punctuality

 

The classroom is open from 8.50am.  Registration has to be completed by 8.55am.  It is therefore important that your child arrives promptly so that they are in the classroom ready for registration.  If your child is ill please ring the school office early in the morning so that absences can be clearly recorded.

 

Holidays in term time are not allowed. In line with all other schools in the Wolverley Pyramid, holidays will be marked as unauthorised. Authorised leave for exceptional reasons may be granted. Leave of absence forms can be obtained from the school office and should be completed BEFORE travel is booked.

 

PE/Games

 

It is important that ALL children have a tracksuit as part of their PE kits this year.  Children should also have a black pair of shorts and a white t-shirt to wear. Please ensure they have pumps/trainers that fit correctly.  Long hair needs to be tied back and all earrings must be removed.  All kit, including footwear needs to be clearly named.  (earrings cannot be taped)

 

Maths and English

 

We are anxious as a school to fulfil every child’s potential academically and realise that at the same time there are some children who, due to a lack of confidence, work more competently in a small group situation.  Therefore for much of Maths and Literacy work, pupils may be taught either as a whole class or a group as appropriate. Within each group further differentiation takes place to extend the more able and support those requiring consolidation.  The teacher responsible for each group will regularly be setting the children targets and these will be shared with the parents.

 

Homework and Reading Diaries

 

All children in Year 6 have been given a homework/reading diary.  All activities set to be completed at home will be recorded in this diary.  It is also used as a reading diary where parents and staff are able to make comments about the children’s progress with their reading.  Reading  of individual books still plays a prominent role but it relies more on reading at home. Children are being encouraged to read at home daily and we would appreciate parents signing diaries confirming this.

 

Water

 

Water is necessary for the brain to function correctly and although it may seem a nuisance to remember to send a bottle of water in each morning, it really does help your child.

 

 

Independence

 

In Year 6 it is extremely important that we work together to encourage your child to strive for increased confidence and independence in order to prepare them for Secondary School.  We believe they should be able to be responsible for their own belongings and engage in tasks independently.  Opportunities will be made throughout the school year to encourage Year 6 to become actively involved in decision making and become key representatives of our school.

 

Behaviour

 

We all wish our classrooms to be active learning environments but also recognise that occasionally a child may need to be disciplined.  We have a layered set of behaviour sanctions, which, if not adhered to may result in a detention during a dinnertime.  These detentions are not expected to be regular occurrences as the children have been made aware of the fact that they are monitored and parents may be requested to attend a meeting if several occur.

 

We hope that you find the above information helpful. 

 

Many thanks once again for your support.

 

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