Welcome to Y6B’s class page,
We hope you all had a lovely summer and have settled back into the school day routine well.
We would like to introduce ourselves as the Y6 team. I am Miss Downing, and I have been teaching at Corpus Christi for 7 years now. I have had the privilege of teaching this cohort in Year 3 and I cannot wait to complete their primary journey with them in Year 6. Working alongside me this year is Mrs Bashir who will be supporting the class every step of the way.
As you are aware, Year Six is the final step on your child’s journey in Key Stage Two. Therefore, expectations are heightened. Your child will be expected to take responsibility for all of their possessions and expectations of behaviour and work ethic are of upmost importance. Your child needs to come to school wearing the correct uniform, following the school policy, including a tie and appropriate black school shoes. In addition to this, on the days where your child has a PE session which for the first half term will be a Monday and a Friday, your child should come to school dressed in their PE attire which follows the school policy.
Your child will receive an appropriate reading book with a reading record, we expect you to listen to your child read every night and sign the reading record to show evidence of this. Your child will bring in their reading book and reading record on a Friday only so that they can change their book that day.
On a Thursday, your child will be sent home with Spellings. Your child will then be tested on these spellings the following Thursday. Homework will be set digitally on a weekly basis.
Please look on the timetable to see what lessons we will be doing each day.
If parents or grandparents have any skills that you could offer in any of our subject areas, please let us know. Our first topic is the WW2 and how Coventry was affected. Your help is greatly appreciated.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all of your support with homework and learning opportunities.
I am delighted to be teaching your child this year and if you have any queries, do not hesitate to ask.
Miss Downing and Mrs Bashir