Hello Year 6!
Click on the link below to visit a special interactive webpage just for you. Anything you see with a red box around it will take you to videos and presentations that celebrate your time at Bishop Childs. Enjoy!
Link to Leavers:
We have set up a support email account for any questions and queries regarding our remote learning provision: email@example.com. This service must not be used for any other communication purposes.
We will be now awarding house points via j2stars on Hwb. To access j2stars, login to Hwb, click on Just2easy and then on j2stars.
Everyone has been given their own avatar character with their name on. Your avatar has been colour coded to your house colour. Please do not change the colour. You can change your avatar in other ways though. Click on the pencil icon and then you’ll be able to change your avatar’s body, hat, eyes and mouth. Don’t forget to press save!
When you are awarded a house point, the number in the star will go up. You’ll also see a list under the the star, that will tell you the reason you were given a house point and by which member of staff.
At the end of this term, all house points will be counted up from each class and the winning team will be announced. Good luck and keep up the hard work!
If your are unsure of your Hwb accounts details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be sent to you.
YEAR 6 SUPPORT FOR OLIVER, BROOKLYN AND CALUM
We want to share some good news with you, Oliver and Brooklyn along with their football team mates have set themselves a challenge to run 5k everyday for 5 weeks to raise money for the NHS. They have currently raised nearly £1500 which has exceeded their target of £250.
Oliver and Brooklyn are currently on day 8 of the challenge and any support they receive will help them to achieve their goals.
If you would like to support Oliver and Brooklyn, please click on the link below.
Well done Calum on your 8k everyday.
Croeso i Flwyddyn 6
This term, our context is 'Cartref Ni - From Rags to Riches'
The pupils will be focussing on becoming ambitious, capable learners. They will need to be enterprising, as well as being ethically informed citizens. The children will be finding out how entrepreneurs and successful businesses have succeeded, often in the face of adversity. Our goal, by the end of the half term, will be to set up a sustainable and profitable business.
P.E. will be on Thursdays and Fridays
Outdoor P.E. Thursdays - Football Skills with CCFC
Indoor P.E. Fridays - In the hall - circuits, dances and gymnastics.
Homework will be given out on a Thursday. Please could you ensure homework is completed and brought back in by the following Tuesday
Wow ! We had a fantastic Eisteddfod and lots of 'hwyl'.
Congratulations to all the children who took part in the different competitions.
The standard of work was exceptionally high this year.
A special mention to Dan Mead our new Bard.
Before the Eisteddfod we had some fantastic Welsh activities in the classroom.
We all loved following the recipe in the Bore da magazine and made a delicious cawl.
Comments after tasting the cawl included
Izzy - It was like a roast dinner all in one bowl.
Neveah - It filled me up .
Henry - So good, I ate too much.
Keely - All the vegetables were soft and tasty.
Evie - Really nice!
Callum - A really yummy soup.
Noah - In my top 5 meals of all time.
The children are very excited to develop their language skills and this term we have been learning Spanish with Mrs Iwins.
The children have planned the different topics they wish to talk about.
During the first lesson the children learned how to greet each other at different times throughout the day.
They started to develop little conversations with each other.
We are all looking forward to learning more!