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100 Books to try and read before you leave Year 6

Learning at Home Policy 2016

10 Tips on Hearing Your Child Read

January 2016

Parents were invited to take part in a workshop for maths.  Below is a presentation which outlines;

  • Introduce the aims of the new curriculum
  • Explore expectations for the new curriculum
  • Share key messages from the new curriculum

Sitwell Juniors Powerpoint

Sitwell Juniors PDF

Safer Internet Centre

Welcome to the UK Safer Internet Centre, where you can find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet.

Safer Internet Centre

Bubblemath Math Games

A website with a dedicated are where you can play games, have fun and learn more about maths.  Play the racing games to improve the speed of your mental addition skills or use your knowledge of place value to beat Captain Place Value and his gang of pirates.

Bubblemath

Mathletics

Award winning Mathletics is the next generation in learning, helping students enjoy maths and improve their results.
Mathletics

GPS/SPaG

A maths workshop was held for parents regarding the changes to the curriculum regarding spelling, punctuation and grammar.

SPaG changes – An introduction to the latest changes in the curriculum regarding Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (GPS)

GPS Guidance – A child friendly resource pack used throughout school

GPS Glossary – A glossary of the GPS terms

BBC Revisewise

Pages where you can find lots of interesting information to help you with your school work.
BBC Bitesize

BBC School Website

Pages where you can find lots of interesting information to help you with your school work.
BBC Schools

Woodlands Junior School

A school website with an excellent range of educational resources and activities to help you with your work.
Woodlands Junior

e-Bug

A place to play games and learn about microbes.

e-Bug

Book of the Term

As part of our continuous drive to develop the children’s love of reading, we will be launching, ‘A Book of the Term’. It is hoped that this will engage and enthuse the children as they will be able to read for pleasure and then discuss what they have read with friends. Additionally, children can complete activities (which can be found under the Home Learning section on the school website) that are linked to the book, further developing their comprehension and language skills as they are linked to the National Curriculum objectives for reading. One of the activities that children will be able to complete is a book review for each book, which will then be displayed around school, thus giving children a real sense of writing for purpose. Once they have completed any activities, they can then fetch them to Mrs Elliott.

Or first book will be ‘Who Let the Gods Out?’ by Maz Evans. This story has been widely recognised as being ‘a super funny adventure story’ as it tells the story of boy, Elliot, who is having a great deal of misfortune, and his chance encounter with Virgo, from the Zodiac Council, and some of the most well-known mythical gods. The story has a number of laugh-out-loud moments especially when the gods are introduced to the story.

Should you wish to purchase the book, it can be bought from a number of recognised book shops, including online shopping websites.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Who-Let-Gods-Out-Evans/dp/1910655414

Happy reading!

Activities

 

Who Let the Gods Out Activities

Role on the Wall Outline

Book Review Sheet