Year 6 – Maple Class
Welcome to Maple Class! As the eldest children here at Bourn, we take on a variety of responsibilities around the school and our proud of the role we play to help those around us. You can learn more about our learning this year on the Curriculum page.
There are 30 children in Maple Class. We are taught by Mrs Culley on Tuesdays and Wednesdayss and Mrs Wheatman on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Mr Gawthrope teaches us P.E. on Tuesday and Thursdays. We are supported by Mrs Verwoerd.
We are going to learn about some very exciting topics this year including The Tudors, the Human Body, Buddhism and Portrait painting!
Life in Maple Class
In Maple Class we are hardworking and supportive. We know we have an important role to play as the eldest children in the school and strive to do our best to set an example to others. We enjoy helping the children in Acorn Class and undertaking numerous responsibilities around the school. We always try our best and enjoy undertaking new challenges, learning from our mistakes and remaining optimistic and enthusiastic!
Homework & Spelling
Homework is given out on Fridays due in for the following Wednesday. Homework consists of a task for Maths, English and Science. Children are also expected to practise spellings and read daily.
We are expected to practise our reading everyday and complete our reading records. These should be brought into school every day. Reading is such an important skill, we make sure we do some every day. We also enjoy class novels. Reading and talking about what we have read is really important – lots of discussions about plot, language, structure and characterisation help deepen our understanding. This can be done outside as well as inside school.
Things to Remember
PE Kit is needed on Tuesdays and Thursdays. However, it is best if we have a kit available on our pegs all week in case the timetable needs to change
Please click this link for all information shared during ‘Welcome Evening’, which took place on Wednesday 11th September.
Useful Websites for Learning
Click on the links below to find some fun websites with games and activities to help you with your learning.