Good Morning Year 6!
Good morning everyone! The last day of term is always one that has an electric atmosphere in class. You guys would be demanding to watch a film and I'd be trying to make sure we'd finished all our work.
I have spoken to a good portion of the class so far this week which has been lovely. I will be making the last of my calls today.
As of today, I won't be setting any work or making any calls for the next couple of weeks. I'd like to take this opportunity to say well done so far, to keep yourselves safe and have the best Easter you can possibly do.
Mr Tindall and family.
P.S I think Leo and Mrs Tindall are going to audition for the next British Bake Off - they've done so much baking this week that I'm going to have to go running today, and tomorrow and all next week at this rate! Enjoy your Easter choc when it arrives
To parents and carers - if you have any queries or questions during the Easter holidays I will still be checking my e-mails (just probably not as frequently) so please feel free to get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org and I will reply as quickly as I can. If you need immediate assistance, school will remain open during the holidays for the children of key workers so you can call there midweek (including bank holidays).
As mentioned at Meet The Teacher evening, here are the Kent Statements we will be using this year to assess your child.
Examples of Year 6 Work
Attached are links to three pieces of work. They range from working towards, working at and working at greater depth.
Within these documents you will see the grading process and how the marker came to their conclusions over 6 pieces of work.