Monday, 10 April 2017

Revision & Easter homework

Click the Maths Resources or English Resources links above to take you to some helpful revision resources.

The homework for the holiday can be found here:

Friday, 17 March 2017

Our Visit from Ciaran Murtagh by Kaycee

On Wednesday the 15th of March, year 6 got a visit from famous author Ciaran Murtagh. Ciaran came in to the school and spoke about developing characters he also spoke about what programs he writes and he even showed the children some of his books.
Ciaran’s first book was ‘Dinopants’ that was then followed by ‘Dinopoo’ and then that was followed by ‘Dinoburps.’ After that Ciaran went off the topic of dinosaurs and started to write different books. Until he wrote‘Dinoball’. 


Monday, 13 February 2017

Golden Leaves

The winners this week are:
Isabelle & Tyler
for their work on our newspaper.

Friday, 3 February 2017

Homework and Golden Leaves

This week's homework is available on the Year 6 page of the school website - it is due in on the 10th February.

Golden leaves this week go to:
Mckye for his artwork

and Kaycee for her artwork

Friday, 13 January 2017

Homework 13th - 20th January

Due in 20th January
English - 
Mr Ball's Group - Alien life-form report 
Miss Leetham's Group - Write a diary entry on the sheet given out in class.
Mrs Cunningham's Group - Adverbials on the sheet given out in class.

Maths
Mr Ball's Group - Age Ladder & 6174 Once more  
Miss Leetham's Group - Equivalent fractions and decimals on the sheets given out in class.
Mrs Cunningham's Group - Equivalent fractions on the sheets given out in class.​

Creative  (optional - due in at the end of the Spring Term)
Choose one activity from the sheet below (click to download a copy).


Thursday, 12 January 2017

New Website

The address for our new look school website is: http://therichmondschoolskegness.com/

Curriculum Letter

Dear Parents/Carers                                                                                     
A Happy New Year to you all.
This term we will be continuing our English and Maths work, building on and revising all areas in preparation for the SATs in May. The work will focus on giving children opportunities to apply the skills they are learning in a range of different situations, both within English and Maths and across other areas of the curriculum.
Our main topic focus for this term is Wild Waters & Disasters. The majority of work covered will develop the children’s geographical knowledge. They will be learning about earthquakes, volcanoes, other natural disasters and how rivers are formed.
  

In science we will be learning about evolution and inheritance as well as living things in their habitats. Following this we will be revising and assessing all other scientific topic areas.

Within PSHE the children will work on two SEAL units: Going for Goals and It’s Good to be Me. They will also learn about keeping themselves safe in a range of situations. We will also be taking part in some basic First Aid training.

Staff from Alford Grammar will continue to be working with us to teach Computer Science.  The pupils will be learning a range of ICT skills.

PE will be on MONDAY and TUESDAY, but there will be occasions when this changes so PE kit should be in school all week. It is VERY IMPORTANT that all pupils have a dark tracksuit and trainers in school as they will be outside in a range of weather conditions!!

In preparation for the transition to secondary school homework will change this term.  Pupils will be given a piece of both English and Maths homework each week on a Friday which will be due in the following Friday.  In addition to this, there will be a selection of topic-based activities which the children are encouraged to complete with you.
We would like to invite you into school during the morning of Tuesday 7th March 2017 to see us at work within our classrooms.
We would like to thank you for your continued support and look forward to working with you again during this term. If you have any concerns please come and speak to us.
Yours sincerely


Miss D Leetham, Mr D Ball & Mrs M Cunningham