Luther King Class
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R.E in Year 6
During Religious Education in Year 6, we have been learning about topics including: the Eucharist and currently Pentecost. These vital subjects have a valuable impact on our life and help us to become a better Christian. We have also learnt about different religions such as Judaism and the many similarities between the faiths. Along with the other subjects of the curriculum, RE is compulsory because it provides opportunities for all pupils to learn and to achieve. Not only that, but it promotes pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, preparing the students for their future. Because Religious Studies makes a key and unique contribution to understanding British heritage, plurality, values and futures, our class, Martin Luther King, learns to respect themselves, others and understand their own identity. Not only that, but it helps them to understand their own and others' rights and responsibilities as strong believers of Christ, our Lord. A morally right Christian..
https://www.stjosephs-primary.org.uk/Catholic-Life/. By clicking on this link, you will be able to access our catholic life page, ensuring that your child gets greater depth in RE.
SATs :Make sure your child is always revising to ace the SATS test at the end of Yr 6.
This one seems obvious but mustn’t be forgotten! The children have put in a lot of effort this year and will be prepared to take the tests starting on the 13th of May.
Simplicity in the weeks before Key Stage 2 SATs
For mental wellbeing it’s much better to keep your KS2 SATs preparation in the final few weeks before SATs as simple as possible. Make sure that children have time to relax as well as the time to complete their homework and any revision.
In class, we have covered all the topics necessary for the SATs and are now revising these topics and honing our test practice.
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