Welcome to Welbeck Class
Welbeck class are the oldest children in the school. Year 5 and year 6 children are responsible for making the school a wonderful place to learn. We do this by helping run the school council, having play leaders and answering the phone during lunch time. We always try and set a good example in everything we do.
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Our topic for the final term this year is the Olympics. After all the hard work revising for the SATs we can now turn our focus to moving on to Secondary school for the Y6 children, and getting ready for Y6 for the Y5 children.
This is always a very busy time of year, so keep a close eye on the newsletter for diary dates etc.
We are working hard in Welbeck class to achieve Investors in Pupils. Teams of children are looking to improve how we do things at school under the headings:
They have already made a big difference around the school and I know that they will continue to do so.
Things you need to know in Welbeck Class.
Your teacher is Mr. Delafield. The teaching assistants are Mrs. Brammer and Mrs. Dilks.
Homework is set on a Friday, we have yellow homework books. It is to be handed in the following Friday, but we get a team point if it is handed in early. Any problems with homework can be sorted by talking with Mr. Delafield, so don't worry or panic about it.
Our class target is to line up quietly. If we manage this 50 times we will get a class reward of a movie.
PE is on Monday and Thursday, usually outdoors on Monday and indoors on Thursday.
We have a joined hand writing style, introduced to us by Mr. Hawes. We use line guides to help us with forming our letters.
When we do good work we are rewarded with team points.
As the top class in the school we have lots of responsibilities. This includes running the front desk and the play leader’s scheme. We also take our turn looking after the school chickens.
In RE we will be learning all about the Islam. We have a treasure chest full of artefacts, pictures and books to make our learning as exciting as possible.
We will be participating in quad-blogging once again, linking with schools in Manchester and New Zealand as well as another local school. More to follow when this is confirmed.
Georgina, Ewan and Sarah
Eckington School Students supporting Welbeck Class
Thursday 31st May. Jubilee celebration day.
Wednesday 27th June. Sports Day.
Friday 29th June. Fire station day.
Wednesday 11th July. Y6 Prom.
Thursday 19th July. Y6 Leavers’ assembly. 2pm.