Year 6 Blog 2019-20

Posted by jasonedwards

Year 6 Blog
2019 – 2020



Welcome to
the Year 6 blog, where you will find updates and information concerning the
Year 6 students here at DC. We hope you had a great summer break, whether that
was here in Hong Kong or further afield. This year the Year 6 team remains the
same as last year, Miss Harrison, Ms Cameroon, Miss Seward, Mr Edwards, Mr
Urquart and Mrs Trimmingham.

students have started the term with energy and enthusiasm and are settling into
their new classes and routines seamlessly. This week the classes have been setting
up class agreements, distributing jobs and excitedly receiving their computers.
This all fits into our first unit of inquiry which is ‘How we organise
ourselves’. Within this unit we will be inquiring into systems of leadership
and how it is necessary to participate to be able to activate change. This
connects with our language where we will be learning how persuasion and debates
can influence thinking. We will start our maths curriculum with a focus on
pattern and function and this includes using simple algebra to predict future
terms of a pattern.

In the next
few months we have a range of dates that are important for the Year 6 students,
please find below the latest update, which could be subject to change.

Thursday 29
August – Parent Information Fair

Friday 6
September – DC CPD Day

18 September – Parent Teacher Conferences

Thursday 19
September – Parent Teacher Conferences

Tuesday 24
September – 6JES Assembly (6JES parents only)

25 September – Swim carnival

Monday 30
September – ESF CPD day

Tuesday 1
October – National Day

Monday 7
October to Friday 11 October – Mid Term Break

Tuesday 29
October to Friday 1 November – Year 6 Camp

Tuesday 19
November – 6ECN Assembly (6ECN parents only)

Saturday 7
December – Family Fun Day

We are
looking forwards to a fantastic year with the Year 6 students, where we hope
they strive to be ‘The best they can be’, in their final year of primary school,
and please if you have any questions do not hesitate to speak to your child’s
class teacher.


The Year 6