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“I know the plans I have for you says the Lord...plans to give you a hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29 v11

Holy Trinity and St John's Church of England Primary School

Hope | Believe | Achieve

Red Kite

Welcome to Red Kite Class

 

Class Teacher: Mrs Barnes

Teaching assistant: Mrs Goodall

 

 

We firmly believe that all children should be encouraged to follow the school values in our mission statement and that they become curious, independent, resilient and confident life-long learners.

Important reminders

 

PE for Red Kite 6 is on a Tuesday and for term 4 Red Kite will be swimming. Please send in your child into school with their swimming kit on this day. It is important to have a water bottle and for your child to bring their school jumper on this day.

 

Water bottles need to be in school everyday, these can be refilled by class staff, please make sure these are named.

 

Maths homework is given out on a Friday for completion the following Friday. Reading homework is set on a Wednesday to be handed in the following Wednesday.

 

Water bottles need to be in school everyday, these can be refilled by class staff, please make sure these are named.

 

Please read with your child at least 3 times per week, it is important to speak to your child about their understanding of the book. Year 6 promote "reading for pleasure".

 

Spellings 

Our focus is the National Curriculum statutory spelling list for years 5 & 6. 

Spellings

We follow the White Rose scheme for maths.

English

Shakespeare comes to year 6!

 

We are reading and studying the following book for term 4.

 

"Macbeth" was written by William Shakespeare and published in 1623. It is one of the 10

tragedies that Shakespeare wrote.  "Macbeth" is five acts long and lasts for almost two hours when performed on stage. However, we will be studying a version especially written for primary school children.

 

Shakespeare's Macbeth: A Summary

Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most famous works and the plot is one that is focused on loyalty, guilt, innocence, and, ultimately, fate.

 

 

 

 

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