Welcome to Shaftsbury Class!
In September we will be learning all about Mexico. We will learn about where Mexico is and about the history of the Mayan civilisation. I will be phoning you all over the next few weeks so if you have any questions.
We have heard lots of good things about you so we are really looking forward to having you back in school in September.
We have put together some activities for children to do at home whilst they are unable to come to school. We all want our children to be happy, safe and still learning at this time. It will also help you to keep them occupied at home for an extended period of time.
This page we will be updated with new work or messages every Thursday. For parents of children with SEND please see the information posted by our SENCo here.
Remember you can also use Purple Mash, Khan Academy and we will be setting work on SeeSaw. If you need a username or password please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please keep checking and keep you and your family healthy.
Best wishes from the Year 6 team
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The first story we will be reading is called Gemma by Daniel Errico. Watch the video below and then complete the challenges below.
We will upload some examples of work done from home. We are so proud of the work you are doing at home so far.
Virtual Drawing Lessons
Music Classes & Performances
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Djanogly City Academy (our closest school, and part of our trust) http://www.djanogly.notts.sch.uk/
For your information, pupils in year seven at Djanogly City Academy will be educated at the Sherwood Campus site which is attached to our school.