Presentation on theme: "Presentation Meeting Year 6 Oak and Chestnut classes September 2014."— Presentation transcript:
Presentation Meeting Year 6 Oak and Chestnut classes September 2014
Year 6 Staff Team Miss Sokhi – year 6 Oak Mr Jarvis – year 6 Chestnut Mr Moloi – year 6 group teacher and Assistant Headteacher-KS2 Leader Mr Celeghin Miss Buton (French) Mr Amorim (PE)
English Topics covered: Narrative: fiction genres, authors and letters, extending narrative, flashbacks Non-fiction: biography and autobiography, persuasion, arguments, journalistic writing, formal/ impersonal writing Poetry: imagery and finding a voice Revision Grammar will be interspersed throughout each unit and also taught as a unit in itself Guided reading Home learning – reading and spellings
Maths Number, place value and rounding Addition and Subtraction Multiplication and Division Fractions (including decimals, percentages, ratio, proportion and probability) Properties of shapes Position, direction and movement Measures Statistics Algebra
Foundation Subjects Geography, History, Art and DT will be covered through these topics: World War 2 Explorers Desert Islands Choices I’m a Year 6 pupil, get me out of here!
Trips Trips: Autumn Visit To the Houses of parliament Visit to the RAF museum / St Paul’s cathedral (tbc) Year 6 camp Summer Visit to a synagogue (tbc) Hayling Island
Year 5 Staff team Miss Chadha - Beech Mrs Parmar – Sycamore Teaching Assistants: Mrs McQueen Miss Manjdadria PPA Cover Miss Buton – French teacher Mr Amorim– PE Coach
A day at school Break times – 10:20 – 10:35am Lunchtime – 1 hour 12:10pm – 1:10pm PPA cover – different teachers - French and PE. Library/ICT weekly PE days (indoor/outdoor/swimming)
English Fiction Novels and stories by significant children’s authors Stories with historical settings Film narrative, Non-fiction Recounts Letters Persuasive writing Newspapers Poetry Classic/narrative poems Choral and performance
Reading Guided Reading- 4 times a week Importance of reading regularly at home and learning spellings. Reading records Library books Book bags
Maths Number and place value Addition and Subtraction Multiplication and Division Fractions (including decimals and percentages) Measurement Geometry Properties of shapes Position and direction Statistics
New Curriculum - Geography, History, Art and DT will be covered through the following topics: Victorians Materials Islam Holidays Media storm Foundation Subjects
Computing – We are: Game Developers Cryptographers Artists Web Developers Bloggers Architects Foundation Subjects
YearTopicREPSHEMusicFrench 5 VictoriansBelief and Practice-Sikhism We’re all stars! Be friendly, be wise Living long, living strong Daring to be different Dear diary Joining in and joining up Cyclic patterns- Investigating rhythm and patterns Rounds: Space Journey Enjoy your meal I am the music man On the way to school Beach scene The four seasons The planets MaterialsSpirituality through art IslamBelief and Practice-Islam Holidays-Initiation practices MediastormSeeds for unity 6 WWIIReligious buildings It’s our world Say no! Money matters Who likes chocolate? People around us Growing up Social and cultural meaning of lyrics Singing and performing with the instruments How mood is conveyed through music Enjoy your meal I am the music man On the way to school Beach scene The four seasons The planets Explorers and Conquerors Belief and Practice- Judaism Desert IslandsHistory of belief in the UK ChoicesRules for living I’m a Yr 6 pupil get me out of here! Beliefs regarding death French Home- learning: Spellings, Translation.
Home-Learning All Home-learning completed in home-learning books. English and Mathematics Home-learning – out on Thursday, back on Tuesday. Spellings will be given out on Monday and will be tested the following Monday. Sometimes, the home-learning may be a research project which extends their understanding of what we have learnt in the classroom. Children who fail to bring in home-learning on three occasions receive a play time detention from their class teacher. This time should be used to complete the outstanding home-learning and is supervised by the class teacher. A detention letter will also be sent home. MLE and Mathletics
Lunchtime Behaviour System Yellow card This is a warning. The lunchtime supervisors will write down the child’s name in their book and talk to the child about what rule they have broken. Red card If they break a rule a second time or they do something serious, the child will get a red card. Miss Alison will send a letter to the parent/carer to tell them about the behaviour and the child will have a lunchtime detention the following day with Miss Alison. If they misbehave again, they will receive another red card. The parent/carer will have to come for a meeting with Mrs Holland and Miss Alison to discuss the behaviour and they will have a lunchtime detention for 2 days. If your child gets another Red card, it is very serious, they will have a lunchtime detention for 3 days and you will have a meeting with Mrs Holland. The child will go on a ‘report card’ to check their behaviour every play and lunchtime for 10 consecutive days. You will then meet Mrs Holland again to check improvements have been made. At the end of each term the slate is wiped clean and children start each term without a record of detentions or red cards.
Changes to S pecial E ducational N eeds ~ The Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice 0-25 years ~ Came into effect on 1 st September 2014 We have 3 years to make these changes ~ some changes have already happened others will be introduced over time Person-centred planning : Pupil views of utmost importance Increased involvement of parents and carers in the decision making process We will be introducing the opportunity for you to meet with the class teacher prior to the ‘Provision Mapping’ meeting to share your views about your child’s needs. This will inform the provision being offered. A second meeting will be arranged to discuss the Provision Map and the provision further. Continue to have at least 3 meetings per year to discuss your child’s needs and types of provision on offer Special Educational Needs provision and progress will be commented on in your child’s Annual Report
Changes to S pecial E ducational N eeds ~ The Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice 0-25 years ~
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/send-guide- for-parents-and-carers https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/send-guide- for-parents-and-carers www.parentpartnership.org.uk Ealing ~ The local offer http://www.ealing.gov.uk/send
General Reminders Please make sure that book bags are in school every day. Water bottles All school clothes and PE kits named (uniform lists are on website) Call office if your child is absent. No holidays in term time