Year 6 Football
We are very proud to say that the team played brilliantly and won 2-0 on penalties.
Thank you to everyone who came to support us at our first home game.
Full match report with photos on next week on the School Games and Sports Matches page.
After school on Friday 19th October, ABPS is hosting Meadow Green Primary for a football match. All year 6 children and parents are welcome to come and support the team. Kick off will be 3:45 and the game will be fininshed by 5:00. Children are welcome to stay in school, with Mr Williams and Mrs Smart, until kick off but must be collected at 5:00.
Parents' evening letters have gone home today (Thursday). Please return as quickly as possible to ensure we can do our best to accommodate your preferences. You need to book one appointment; Mr Williams and Mrs Glover will speak to you together about Maths and English. Thank you.
Learn these words ready for Monday's spelling test.
Spelling Group 1
Spelling Group 2
haunt, cause, pause, launch, sauce,
fault, caught, taught, because, aunt
RE-TEST ONLYdawn, lawn, bawl, crawl, hawk,
squawk, walk, talk, chalk
Homework w/c 15/10/18
Complete the, third Harry Potter themed, apostrophes for possession (plural) sheet and the modal verb worksheet. All information is on the sheet provided.
Follow the links below and use the revision materials for support. There is a new link for modal verbs that you might find helpful.
Maths and English are taught in mixed ability groups every morning. In preparation for Secondary school, children are expected to move around the school and are taught by subject specialist staff.
The year 6 team is:
Mr Williams - English, Science, Humanities, Computing, Art and Pastoral.
Mrs Glover - Maths
Madame Stevens - French
Miss Smith - Music
Mr George - Singing
Mr Bailey - PE
Supported by Mrs Vickridge, Mrs Cassidy and Mrs Stokes.
Homework will be given on Wednesday to be handed in on Monday. There are 2 spelling groups and new spellings will be posted every Wednesday. Children may be retested on Thursday if their score on Monday is below 50%. All children are welcome to attend homework club on Thursdays, at lunchtime.
All children have been issued with homework to be completed for Monday. Additionally, learning all times tables will be incredibly useful to all children in all areas of the maths curriculum. There is a wealth of material available online to support with this and often learning these to music or raps can be really powerful and less monotonous. It would be great if all chidren abcould become confident at recalling answers in and out of order and focus on the times tables they find most challenging. If you know that your child is already confident will all times tables to 12 then checking they are able to recall associated division facts would be a great help.
Reading at home
It is important for pupils to read regularly, preferably daily. Although they will have plenty of opportunity to read in school it would be helpful for parents to continue to read at home with their child. We have a supply of books in school but would also recommend your child joins the free County Library service. http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/libraries . We also recommend encouraging your child to listen to audiobooks, or reading to them yourself, to develop new vocabulary and pronunciation.
Please ensure your child has the apropriate equipment in school. They should have, in a clear pencil case, 2 pens, 2 Pencils, a ruler, eraser, pencil sharpener and basic maths equipment. If you would like to order items through the school please contact the office.
KS2 SATs tests Will take place for English and Maths w/c Monday 13th May. An information evening, detailing how parents can support their children, will be held later this term.
PE is all afternoon every Wednesday, taught by our specialist PE staff. Please ensure your child has a clean PE kit in school every Wednesday.