Croeso i Flwyddyn Chwech!
Welcome to Year 6!
Class Teacher: Mr Morgan
LSAs: Throughout the week, we will be supported in class at different times by Mrs Adams, Mrs Fergusson and Mrs Rowan.
Our class will also be supported by interventions run by Mrs Fergusson and Mrs Rowan.
Weekly PPA & Management Cover: Health & Well-being and Topic
Mr Smith will be delivering PE on Friday afternoons (covered by Mr Smith & Mr Joy)
Mr Joy will cover our class and other usual lessons on Thursday and Friday afternoons.
Term Dates relevant for Year 6
January 6th - Spring Term starts
January 7th - Christian Value Day (Courage)
January 13th - Habits of Mind Day (Responsible Risks)
January 20th - 24th Open Your Eyes Careers Experiences Week
January 23rd - Chinese New Year Celebrations
January 27th - PTFA Film Night
January 31st - Mid-term Reports sent home
February 12th - PTFA Disco 4.45pm
February 14th end of half term
February 15th to 23rd - school holidays
February 24th - Back to school
February 25th - Christian Value Day (Forgiveness)
February 26th Ash Wednesday Service
March 3rd - Eisteddfod
March 5th - World Book Day
March 9th - 14th Fairtrade Week
March 30th & 31st - Parents Evening
April 1st - Easter Eucharist & Messy Easter
April 2nd - PTFA Easter Egg Hunt
April 3rd - End of term
April 4th - 19th - school holidays
April 20th - Summer Term starts
April 21st Christian Value Day (Trust)
April 22nd - Habits of Mind Day (Thinking Flexibly)
May 5th-12th Welsh Government Testing Window
May 8th Bank Holiday Friday
May 11th Christian Aid Week
May 16th - PTFA Summer Fayre
May 21st - Class photos day
May 22nd - End of term
May 23rd - May 31st - school holidays
June 1st - Back to school / Year 5 Residential to Longtown (1st to 3rd June)
June 18th Fun Run Fundraising Day (PM)
June 22nd Year 5 Cycling Proficiency
July 3rd - Sports Day (PM)
July 6th, 7th & 8th - Tranistion Days (Year 5 spend the mornings with their Year 6 teacher)
July 8th - PTFA Disco 4.45pm
July 10th Reports sent home
July 15th - Eucharist
Please note - more dates and events will be added throughout the year. Any changes to dates will be communicated here and on Schoop.
Our school Christian Value for this term is Courage.
Being courageous can mean different things to different people. For example, one person may think it easy to speak in front of a large audience, whilst another would need to find lots of courage to do this. Everyone faces challenges from time to time, and we have to find courage to overcome them.
Snack money is £1.50 per week, and should be paid via ParentPay before 8am on Monday mornings. We are a healthy eating
school and children can only eat fresh fruit or fresh vegetables for their snack. We provide a wide variety of choice including
apples, oranges, bananas, melon, pineapple, plums, peaches and carrots sticks when in season. If you prefer, you may send in
fresh fruit or fresh vegetables from home for their snack.
Lunchboxes will be monitored by our SNAG (School Nutrition Action Group) this half term.
Children may bring a bottle of water to school to drink. We are happy to refill their bottles for them during the day.
As a cashless school, dinner money is to be paid in advance via ParentPay.
https://twitter.com/StDavidsCiWPrm - Please see St David's CIW Primary School twitter feed for updates on what we are doing in class.
https://hwb.gov.wales/ - Children have their HWB logins so can access this resource from home.