Information for Parents

KEY DATES: Arthog Residential 16th-20th September.  Reading Workshop 9:10am Thursday 26th September.

USEFUL INFORMATION:

Mondays - Homework set and due in the following Monday.  Spellings set and spelling tests take place.

Wednesdays - Outdoor PE (children to come to school in outdoor PE kit)

Thursdays - Indoor PE (kit to remain in school all half term)

 

Welcome to Red Arrows!

We work as a job share with Mrs Wilkinson working Mondays and Tuesdays and Mrs Rolli working Thursdays and Fridays.  We alternate every Wednesday morning and have a planning meeting together every Wednesday afternoon (when the class have PE with Mr Mountford and PSHE/RE/Topic with Mrs Roberts).  This weekly meeting enables us to discuss the children's progress and plan for the week ahead.  We also stay in contact most days through email.  We are supported in class, every morning, by Mrs Roberts.  If you have any concerns, please feel free to make an appointment to speak to one of us through the school office.  We always share information regarding pupils so there is no need to speak to both of us unless you specifically want to.  

Year Six is a challenging but very enjoyable year.  The children have the opportunity to take on new responsibilities and embrace new challenges.  We hope that your children will be very happy in Red Arrows but if they do have any worries, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can address any concerns quickly.

 

USEFUL INFORMATION

  • We have all the equipment that the children need in school so would ask that they do not bring pencil cases into class.  We find that items can go missing and tend to cause confusion if several children have the same design.
  • Every child needs to have a labelled water bottle in school, everyday.  We encourage children to stay well hydrated but do not want them to miss important parts of lessons by going to the water fountain.  Ideally, these need to go home daily to be cleaned.
  • Children need to have their book and reading record in school everyday and take them home each evening to read at home.