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Horowitz (Year 6)

Welcome to Horowitz Class


Welcome back to the final term!


So  one last term altogether at Bishop's Hull School and it will be an exciting term to be in. We have Escot, the play, transitions and lots, lots more. 


Here is this term's newsletter for our class to explain a bit more about what we have to look forward to. 

Summer Term Horowitz Newsletter

Some well-being dancing

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You are all Epic Readers! 


600 books read!! Wow, that is a phenomenal achievement. You just keep astounding me. 



Do you have concerns or worries and you don't know what to do? 


It is always good to talk to someone and in school we have people who can listen and talk to you and I know many of you have support at home with parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters or aunts and uncles. There is a new website that has been developed for 8-11 year olds which can offer you some support and advice too. Ollee is a new online chatbot that can help you with concerns or worries and offer you some advice. It covers a whole range of topics about family, friends, school and many more. 


Parents - you can also register and it can help you if you are looking for the best advice and support to give your child. 





In year 6 it is important that the children get into a good routine of completing their homework and bringing it back in so they are used to it by the time they move onto Secondary school. 


In our class we use the CGP books and we have bought each child a maths and grammar book for homework to be completed in. We will set a few pages in each book every Monday and it will be due back in on a Monday. The children are responsible for marking their own work as we go through it on a Monday. 


If your child is stuck with their homework they can of course discuss it with you and you can provide some help and support or they can come in and speak to either myself or Mrs Adams about it (ideally before the Monday it is due in). 

Try this challenge. 

Okay - I stumbled across this website and I thought this might be great for some of you as you love challenges and riddles. I tried the Alice in Wonderland one and it was good, I might try another this weekend.

Have a go and see who in your family is the best at answering the riddles.



Mrs Waller, our SENCO, has set up a great page for wellbeing with some great links to sites to help explain this situation to children. If you are interested check out our wellbeing page.

Don't forget to look on the Forest School webpage for forest school type activities you can do in your home and garden.

Lots of them are 'off screen' ideas.