Legh Vale Primary School

Legh Vale Primary School

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Learning together, Growing together

Legh Road, Haydock, St Helens, Merseyside WA11 0ER

leghvale@sthelens.org.uk

01744 678330

Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

 

 

Meet the Year 6 Staff.

   

 

Mr M Dickinson

Key Stage 2 Manager /

Year 6 Teacher

Mrs C Akehurst

Year 6 Teacher

Miss E Matthews

Year 6 Teacher

 

Miss K Hughes

Learning Assistant

Mrs S Parr

Learning Assistant

 

Below is a useful guide to show what your child needs each day.  

 Monday

 Reading Record and book.

 

 Tuesday

PE -  please ensure earrings are removed or plasters are supplied.

Reading Record and book. 

 Wednesday

 Reading Record and book.

 

 Thursday

 Reading Record and book.

 

 Friday

Spelling homework given out.

Spelling test.

Timestable Rockstars homework due to be completed. 

New Timestable Rockstars homework set.

Reading records checked for a minimum of 3 reads.

 

Additionally, there is homework set on Purple Mash each half term.

Please ensure your child reads a minimum of three times a week and their Reading Records are signed each time.

Regular practice of times tables will help your child with their weekly times tables test.

Please ensure that all school uniform and PE kits are clearly labelled.

 

 

Here is some of our children's fantastic work.

Year 6 Blog

Y6 Summer

Cricket Lessons

Emma Matthews (Miss Matthews) on: Y6 Summer

A cricket coach visited to teach us some cricket skills. The children loved learning to bowl a bowl, at speed, using the over arm technique.

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Position and Direction

Emma Matthews (Miss Matthews) on: Y6 Summer

In maths, Y6 loved giving their partners directions using angles.

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Y6 Spring

Wellbeing

Emma Matthews (Miss Matthews) on: Y6 Spring

Y6 children enjoyed bird watching and creating bird feeders.


Evolution and Inheritance

Emma Matthews (Miss Matthews) on: Y6 Spring

Y6 children enjoyed investigating how birds and their beaks have evolved to be able to collect and eat food to stay alive. They used various materials to 'build' beaks that would be able to eat small, medium and large bird seed. 


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