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Welcome to Y6J's Class Page
Mrs Joyce

Our current class reader is: Skellig by David Allmond

Our current Read Aloud at home book is: 

We hope you enjoy exploring the learning that takes place each week in our classroom. Should you wish to contact me and cannot get into school please feel free to send me an email to: lucy.joyce@pudseyprimrosehill.co.uk. 

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Please see below for our featured authors
Featured authors by term 
Roald Dahl Autumn 1.1 (September - October half term)
David Walliams Autumn 1.2 (October half term - Christmas)
Anne Fine Spring 2.1 (January - February half term)
Michael Morpurgo Spring 2.2 (February half term - Easter)
Lauren Child Summer 3.1 (Easter - May half term)
Michael Rosen 3.2 (May half term - July)

Dates for your diary - Autumn 1;1
Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th September - School opens for staff - training day for pupils
Wednesday 6th September- School opens for academic year 2017-2018
Tuesday 12th September - Curriculum meeting for parents in Upper Key stage 2 beginning at 6:00
Friday 15th September - Read aloud at home books to be sent out

Friday 22nd September- Jeans for Genes day (more information to follow) 
W/c 25th September- Final Frontier focus week 
13th October - Read aloud at home books to be returned

Friday 20th September- School Closes for Half Term
Maths Challenge 18.9.17

The children in 6J started their week by having a go at this problem from Nrich. They worked out that you needed to have two odd numbers and two even numbers that were positioned opposite each other in the number ring to make sure all the differences were odd. The next challenge is to explore how to make all answers to in the ring an even number and what happens if we use addition instead of subtraction? Would all the numbers still be even? Have fun investigating.

TT Rockstars is here!

This week has seen the launch of the new and exciting maths website and app TT Rockstars in school. TT Rockstars is a great way for children to have fun with their times tables whilst increasing their confidence. Children will be using TT Rockstars in school but we would also like to encourage children to log on at home and play along with their Rockstar.


Keep On Rocking

The Year 6 Team

Maths Challenge 4.9.17

Each week we will be publishing a weekly maths challenge for all children to have a go at both in school and at home. One of the main reasons we use challenge tasks is because they provide opportunities for all children to work like mathematicians. While the content within these tasks can be quite simple, the level of thinking required is sophisticated. In this way, challenge tasks fit very well with the aims of the primary mathematics National Curriculum of fluency, reasoning and problem-solving. Developing problem-solving skills provides valuable opportunities for children to think mathematically. We look forward to seeing what solutions the children can come up with