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Term 6 Key Dates
Back to School
Monday 5th June
Halt term science homework due in
Tuesday 6th June
Upper Key Stage 2 Science Fair
7th June 9.30am in the hall
St Bart’s Bake Off
27th June – all day
Police Visit to Maidstone
3rd July – all day
See ParentPay for information
5th July – afternoon
Year 6 Leaver’s Mass
3.30pm – Church
Year 6 Production Dress Rehearsal to School
Year 6 Production to Parents / families
13th July at 2pm
Year 6 Leaver’s Disco
18th July – all day (wear own clothes)
Whole School Mass
19th July (school only)
Reports to Parents
Please remember you must collect your child’s report as we are not allowed to send them home with your child. If you wish for another adult to collect the report on your behalf, I will need this in writing.
Year 6 Leaver’s Assembly
9.30am – hall
Last Day of Term
21st July 1.30pm finish
Please remember that these dates may have to change at short notice as a result of factors out of our control.
KS2 SATs Information
Term 5 Overview
World Book Day
Our Class Mass
Celebrating Mother Tongue Day
|Term 4 Begins||Monday 20th February|
|Shrove Tuesday||Tuesday 21st February|
|Ash Wednesday Mass 9.15am||Wednesday 22nd February|
|End of Term School Finishes at 1.30pm||Friday 31st March|
Can I please remind parents that children must be in full school uniform everyday and children must not wear trainers to school.
As we are preparing the children for their SATs, they will be getting daily homework. Please remind them to complete it and bring into school the following day. If they don't, they will have to complete it during break time.
St David Term 4 Curriculum Overview
February Half Term Homework
Term 3 Overview
St David's Class Information 2022-2023
I hope you have all had a lovely time over the summer and I am sure you are now ready for your child to start the new school year, so welcome to Year 6! I am looking forward to working together with you so that we can create a very exciting and productive final year at St Bartholomew's for your child.
Year six is a challenging year; the best way to describe it is like a roller coaster ride - lots of highs and a few lows! In year six, as you are probably aware, we have SATs and we work extremely hard to ensure that all the children have the best opportunity possible to achieve their full potential. However, we also try to ensure that we have fun along the way and provide the children with some lovely lasting memories.
We, as a school, want to ensure that your child reaches his/her full potential, emotionally, socially and academically and we feel that this is best achieved when we work alongside parents. I have put together some information that will hopefully answer many of your questions and give you a clear overview as to what your children will be doing in school. We ask that you support us by ensuring that all homework is completed and that children have good attendance throughout their time in year 6.
I look forward to welcoming you into class on Monday 19th September for a ‘meet the teacher’ session. The time for this will be confirmed shortly.
This term homework will be given out on a Thursday and to be returned by Tuesday- there will be support sessions every Monday morning for children that may have struggled with a particular question or need support to complete it. If the children do not bring their homework in the following Tuesday they will be expected to complete it a break times until it is finished. Homework given in late may not be marked.
Your full PE kit should be in school at all times. PE lessons take place on a Thursday.
Spelling tests will take place on a Friday morning with Mrs Weaving. If children get more than 30% of their spellings wrong there will be a retest the following Monday.
Reading books will be changed by the children when necessary.
Please encourage your children to read for at least 30 minutes every day. This is imperative for their reading development. Your child will have a set of questions on a bookmark that should be used to develop their understanding of a text - please use this to help them to develop this skill.
Welcome to St David's Class Page
MEET THE TEACHER EVENING
I look forward to welcoming you into our class, on Monday 19th September 2022. The time of the session will be confirmed shortly.
Please remember there is not the opportunity to bring children into class due to space however, if you are unable to get childcare your child(ren) can be looked after by members of staff in school.
Key Dates - Spring Term 3
|INSET DAY||3rd January 2023|
|Children back to school||4th January 2023|
|Whole School Mass Mass 9:15am|
6th January 2023 9.15am
|INSET DAY||10th February 2023|
Last day of term
9th February 2023
St David Curriculum Map 2022-2023
Term 1 Spellings
Throughout term 1 we will be focusing on the year 5 and 6 statutory words that all children are expected to know how to spell before they leave primary school. Please ensure that your child learns them every week.
Term 1 Spellings
Term 2 Spellings
St David's Roles and Responsibilities
Deputy Head Boy:
Deputy Head Girl:
Becket - Alfie
Mercy- Nathan M
School Council: Sonia and Nathan H
Eco Warriors: Aiden and Zara L
Digital Leaders: Ceana and Edoardo
Language Leaders: Louka and Victoria
Lunch Time Prefects:
Lunch Time Prefects