Well Year 6, here we are in your final week at Primary School. We would like to take this opportunity to wish you all the very best for the future and to say how much we have loved teaching you and watching you blossom both as learners and young people. You will always be members of the Kingsnorth family.
This week we would like to introduce to you to the 'You Are Awesome' Project, which will support and inspire you as you take your next steps. Each of you will be presented with the 'You Are Awesome' book by Matthew Syed on your Leaver’s Day and you will be given an activity book to complete. For those of you that are not joining us for this day, don’t worry we will send you a copy in the post. We will completing session 1 on your Leaver’s Day and the rest of the sessions are below. Please do not start these activities until you have the book by your Year 6 teacher.
We are looking forward to seeing you for an enjoyable Leaver’s Day and wish you the best of luck for the future.
Miss Harris and Mrs Mobbs
Year 6 Goodbye Video
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This week we would like you to complete at least one of the following activities:
- Email in a piece of work to the ‘Once This is Over Challenge’ see below.
- Write a poem about your time at Kingsnorth. You could write a poem about being in Year 6, your time at school since Reception, feelings about leaving, it’s up to you!
- Write a thank you letter. You could write a letter of thanks to a member of staff that helped you, to the lunchtime staff or to a member of the leadership team.
Daily videos and worksheets are available (see the bottom of the page) White Rose Maths
Complete the remaining 'You Are Awesome' PowerPoint sessions below.
Why not try the Summer Reading Challenge 2020, where children are challenged to continue to read over the summer holidays.
Get rewards, play games and earn badges as they discover awesome books to read this summer! Click here to join the Summer Reading Challenge
Staying Safe Online
Childline: It can be difficult to cope when there’s so much changing around us. Children may be worried about schools closing, friends or relatives getting ill or what'll happen in the future. There is lots of advice at Childline either by phone or on their website. 0800 1111 Childline. Axel Scheffler has illustrated a digital book for primary school age children, free for anyone to read on screen or print out, about the coronavirus and the measures taken to control it. Follow this link to read Coronavirus: A Book for Children
Children are spending more time online so its important to stay safe. For more information see the links on the website tab on the right-hand side of the page.Find out more here.