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Benenson

Welcome to Year 6: Benenson class!

 

Here you can find key information, suggestions for home learning and find out what we have been up to in class. If you have any questions or concerns, please fill out the contact form below and Miss Williams will be in touch.

Timetable for remote learning

Who are the Benenson class team?

Miss Williams is the class teacher and Mrs Tower is the Learning Support Assistant. On Tuesday, Ms Flint teaches Benenson class.

 

What do children do during the week?

KS2

Class: Benenson

 

8:45 – 9:10

9:10- 9:30

9.30 -10.30

10.30 - 10.45

10:45-12:00

12.00 –13.00

13.00- 13.05

13.05 – 13.25

13.25 – 13.55

13.55 – 14.55

14.55 – 15.10

MON

Early morning work & registration

Assembly

English inc. GPS 

 

 

Break time

Maths

Lunch – zone 1

Registration

 

Art – Miss Williams

Geography – Miss Turner

Class Reading

TUES

Early morning work & registration

Assembly

English inc. GPS 

 

 

Break time

Maths

Lunch

Registration

 

Shared Reading

R.E

PSHE

PSHE/Wellbeing

Class Reading

WED

Early morning work & registration

Assembly

English inc. GPS 

 

 

Break time

Maths

Lunch

Registration

 

Project based learning

Art – Miss Williams

 

Geography – Miss Turner

 

Class Reading

THUR

Early morning work & registration

Assembly

English inc. GPS 

 

 

Break time

Maths 

Shared reading

Lunch

Registration

 

PPA

 

MFL

PPA

 

PE

Class Reading

FRI

Early morning work & registration

Assembly

English inc. GPS 

 

 

Break time

Maths

Lunch

Registration

 

Shared reading

Science

PSHE/Wellbeing

Class Readin

 

 

What day is PE?

PE is on a Thursday. Children should wear their PE kit to school (black or grey jogging bottoms/leggings or black shorts, white T-shirt and trainers - no logos please) with their school uniform jumper or cardigan.

 

What should children do at home to support their learning?

The expectations for learning in Year 6 are high and the children and staff are working hard in the classroom to catch up on the learning missed in Year 5 as well as delivering the curriculum for Year 6. There are lots of ways you can help your child to learn at home:

  • Reading daily for at least ten minutes is vital to help increase reading speed and comprehension skills.
  • Practising times tables facts on Times Tables Rock Stars or online games daily will help children recall multiplication facts - these are crucial to help children calculate quickly.
  • Practising maths concepts on Mathletics for at least 30 minutes per week will help children consolidate what they have learned in the classroom. The teacher will assign tasks and print out certificates weekly.
  • Practising letter formation and handwriting will help with writing fluency. In order to reach the writing standard for Year 6 all children must join and form letters accurately.

 

Links to online games, activities and learning can be found below.

Contact Miss Williams

Please get in touch if you have any questions or request a phone call to discuss any concerns.

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