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Year 6 Week Ahead Information

An overview of the week ahead in Year 6

  • Year 6 Election Campaign

Information and Reminders

Well done to all students upon finishing the Porridge production! It was a big team effort to get the whole year group (and 200 KS2 students in total) on and off stage in their costumes, with props, and at the right time! The children showed great spirit and perseverance to apply themselves to practising alongside FOBISIA, SATs, and all the other demands of school.

All parents are invited to attend the Year 6 elections, which will occur at 8.40am on the morning of Tuesday 20th. Students will be campaigning to be chosen as ‘Leaders of the World’ in our final project of Primary School. We look forward to seeing you there.

We are happy to announce that the RMB2113.60 raised in our Fairground exit point will be donated to two children’s charities which are supported by our Community Group: Heart to Heart Shanghai, which sponsors extremely poor children from the provinces for heart surgery, oversees and volunteers in 2 hospital playrooms 7 days a week, and donates school libraries in poor rural areas. We also donated to Baobei, who provide surgery to rural orphans, then place those children in homes with local and expat families that take care of the children (with their own money) until the child is adopted.

Please be reminded to submit Year 7 languages choices for those who have not done so. Also, I would appreciate a few moments of your time to complete a short survey about Year 6 projects: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MGQJGSJ

There will be information provided next week about optional homework for the summer holidays, please check Class Dojo for more information.

 

Upcoming dates

Monday 19th June – KS2 Sports Day – 10.45am til 3pm

Tuesday 20th June – 8:40am – Year 6 ‘Leaders of the World’ Election - Auditorium

Wednesday 21st June – Y6 trip to Century Park

Thursday 22nd June – Primary Year in Review Assembly; Sports Hall B; 9.00am and End of Year Class Parties; parents welcome from 2:40pm

Friday 23rd June – Last day of School Year; students finish at 12pm

 

Stars of the Week

6A – Sebastiano Castelletti – for perseverance and enthusiasm in the Y6 election

6B – Sirius Zhao – for great attitude in the Y6 election

6C – Daniel Knudson  - for an excellent effort in preparing for the Year 6 election

 

English

In English, we will finish our study of the George Orwell classic ‘Animal Farm’. The Farm’s transformation to dystopia is completed in tragic fashion. The children will learn to track characters’ changes through the end of the novel.

 

Maths

Time is short in mathematics, with only two full lessons due to other activities this week. We’ll finish off the lunar theme park design and building task and present to each class.

 

Topic

We will finish our final Topic ‘Champions for Change’, which is based upon governments and leadership. Students will campaign for votes in the final election on Tuesday morning. They will deliver speeches and try to stand out from the crowd.

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