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St James

Primary School

Where children shoot for the stars and shine

Year 6


Well we have completed two weeks now back at school. This week the children have got back to the routine of lessons. They have worked extremely hard and are already starting to catch up and remember some of the things that they had forgotten!

This week we have been revising decimals and fractions so I am setting some decimal subtraction homework. Your child will bring the sheet home but I will upload it here just in case. There are different levels of this activity but your child will know which one they should do. The answers are also on here if you want to check their work!

Pictures from this week


Well it has been a fabulous first week back. I must say, I've been so impressed with how well the children have settled in and adapted to the slightly new way things are in school. Thank you to all parents and carers for all your support and for preparing the children so well for their return. 

Next week we are going to create a time capsule to bury in the school garden to be opened in the future. I thought it would be a great way for the children to think about how life has been for them over the past months and record it in some way. For their homework this weekend, the children will be asking if they can interview an adult whom they live with to collect their thoughts on life during Covid 19. They all have the sheet to record their ideas on. I will attach the booklet that they will be filling in so you can see what other things they will record next week. If any of them has photos of things they during during lock-down and they would like to include them, please send them in to school. 

Thank you and have a lovely weekend.

Ms Randle

Hello Year 6! 

YES, you are Year 6 now!

Hope you are all well and ready to return to school. I am so excited to see you all next week. I have been in school getting our classroom ready and have got all your new books and pencil cases ready for you. I thought you might like to see some photos of how the classroom looks and a picture of all the adults working in our class, just in case you've forgotten us all!

See you Monday,

Ms Randle x

Back to school!