Super Salterton Class!
Welcome to Salterton Class.
We are the Year 6 class and a great team.
Mr. Reavill is our main teacher and our teaching assistant is Mrs Green. Mrs. Reavill will be on hand until October half term helping the class make a great start to the year.
We try to be responsible citizens and role models in the school, so do come find one of us if you think we can help you.
This Term’s Worship value is Thankfulness:
P.E Kit should be named clearly and must be in school every Monday and Thursday.
The children should always have a reading book and their homework diary with them at school – every day please!
On Fridays, until half term, we have music, which will mean band practise. If you are playing your own instrument for band please remember it. If you do not learn an instrument or cannot bring yours to school, you will be able to play one of the school instruments.
Below you will find a link to this term’s learning overview and the homework timetable. Any other questions, please ask! Please also take a look at our ’10 things to do in Year 6′ passport.
Keep reading for our agreed class rules and e-safety information.
If you are looking for an extra activity to do at home, why not log onto your ‘MyMaths’ portal and have a go at a lesson or game on there, or earn some ‘Times Tables Rock Stars’ credits? Don’t forget that picking up anything to read will always benefit you too – it could be a book, newspaper, magazine or reference book.
|Our Class Rules
To make our classroom a safe and enjoyable learning environment, we think we need to:
Be SMART! Follow this link for some fun e-safety ideas and games: http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/beingsmart/
We are really wanting to encourage you to use the internet safely – so below is a link to a great website, teaching us to be ‘smart’ when on the internet. Here you can find great information for parents and children, as well as quizzes and games to test how smart you really are on the web.
We have come up with the following ground rules for e-safety in school:
- Only visit sites you trust
- Tell an adult immediately if you are worried about anything online
- Use Hector the safety dolphin if you see something you don’t like
- Respect the computers and other ICT equipment at all times
- Be a role model for younger children when using the computers
- Don’t talk to strangers online
- Respect the filter system in school – things are blocked for our own safety