Welcome to Year 6
Welcome back to school!
I hope you’ve all had a fantastic Christmas holiday and you’re ready for a brilliant year in Year 6. We’ve got so many exciting things to do together that I have no doubt it will be the best year you’ve ever had!
Mrs Buttery, Mrs East and Mrs Battersby
Jesus, the bread of life
“At the heart of the Eucharistic celebration are the bread and wine that become in reality Christ’s Body and Blood. Catholic faith adores this enduring presence of Christ not only within the celebration of the Mass but also outside it.”
Religious Education Curriculum Directory
The children will learn that the Sacrament of the Eucharist is a thanksgiving for the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. They will begin to understand that in the Mass we participate in Jesus’ sacrifice to God the Father and learn what happened at the Last Supper.
They will learn the different parts of the Mass and become familiar with most of the responses. The children will learn that the bread and wine are consecrated during Mass and become the body and blood of Jesus. The children will have a chance to reflect on the sacrifice of Jesus and reflect on the sacrifices they can make during Lent.
You could help your children by:
• brining their attention to the Eucharistic prayer during Mass
• ask them during the week to explain what they have been learning during their RE lessons
• visit www.tere.org/interactive_ site/KS2link.htm
|Monday 8th May||English Reading||60 mins||50|
|Tuesday 9th May||
English Grammar and Punctuation
|Wednesday 10th May||
Maths (Paper 1) Arithmetic
Maths (Paper 2) Reasoning
|Thursday 11th May||Maths (Paper 3) Reasoning||40 mins||35|
Following the fantastic turnout and feedback from parents at the SATs presentation in school, the presentation in full can be downloaded here > Parent SATs meeting 2017.ppt