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World Book Day

 

Below, I have attached a document for our whole school World Book Day Competition. 

 

On it, there are a list of fun challenges for you to complete- all related to reading. I know Year 6 love reading, and are a bunch of fantastic readers, so I think we'll have a few fantastic entries.

 

Here's how the competition works: 

 

1. Pick a challenge, (for example, reading to your pet)

2. Complete the challenge (for example, read Fantastic Mr Fox to your budgie) 

3. Take a picture of yourself doing it. (Make it a good picture) 

4. Send it in to y6@holytrinity.manchester.sch.uk (The teachers need a good laugh) 

THE MOST CREATIVE PICTURE FROM EACH CLASS WILL WIN A PRIZE, as chosen by Miss Howell. 

 

We can't wait to see all your entries. Make them fun, make them creative, make them prize-winning.

 

(Note: one of the challenges is to read in the bath. Do NOT, I repeat NOT, take a picture of this. Thank you.) 

 

 

World Book Day Competition!

Hi Year 6!

 

Hope you had a lovely Christmas and a happy new year. As you know, school will now remain shut until the government advises us otherwise. In the meantime, we will be sending out work every day for you to complete. This work must be completed. It should be submitted by taking a picture or doing it digitally (on a computer/laptop/phone) and sending it in to y6@holytrinity.manchester.sch.uk 

 

Work will be posted on Google Classrooms every day, to be completed that day. If you have alerted us to the fact that you don't have internet access, a work pack will be sent home for you. 

 

The work for today (Tuesday 5th Jan) has been put on Google Classrooms this morning. 
Work will be uploaded every day at around 9am for that day.  
If you have any questions about the work, please email me (Mr Fielden) Mrs Harling or the Year 6 email (y6@holytrinity.manchester.sch.uk) and we will help. I have also attached a letter which further explains about the work to be completed from home. 

We understand this is a difficult time for everybody, which is why it is more important than ever for work to be completed. We will be regularly checking work, and if it is not complete, extra measures will be taken. 

We look forward to having you all back in school again when it is safe! 
Look after yourselves, 


Year 6 teachers

Some of the work produced by Year 6

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