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CURRICULUM INFORMATION

 

Year Group 6

 

TERM Summer

 

Dear Parents,

 

This term is another busy term for year 6.  The children will continue to be taught in split classes until the SAT tests which begin on Monday 9th May.  Following the SAT tests, we will be preparing for Confirmation and the end of year production, as well as completing transition units of work.

 

Below is an outline of the curriculum which we will follow up to the end of the Summer term.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.  Thank you for your support.

English

Reading: Revision of different text types.

Writing: Writing for different purposes.

Grammar: Past papers as part of SAT revision

Shakespeare Study – Macbeth

Legends – Robin Hood

Writing Focus: Autobiography and Persuasion

Poetry : The Lighthouse The Literacy Shed

Drama, Speaking and Listening: Play rehearsal

Maths

Fractions and decimals

 Equivalence

 Calculating with fractions and decimals

Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

Secure calculation methods

Solving problems using all four operations

Statistics

 Line graphs

Ratio and proportion

 Ratio

 Direct proportion

Measures

 Imperial conversions

 Volume

Algebra

 Expressing an unknown in problems

Geometry – properties of shape

 Drawing and constructing nets

 Angles in polygons

Science

 Light - Identify sources of light & revise facts that light travels in straight lines & opaque objects form shadows. Understand that to see, light needs to enter the eye. Investigate light reflection & refraction, white light made of many colours & the speed of light.

 

Electricity- Sc4 1a Construct circuits, incorporating a battery & range of switches to make devices work. 1b Find out the effect of changing components in circuits, making bulbs brighter or dimmer.

Breadth of study: 1d Carry out a range of scientific investigations.

2b Recognise there are hazards in physical processes, and assess risks and take action to reduce risks to themselves and others.

R.E

Easter

Belonging to the Church community

Baptism and Confirmation

Pentecost

ICT

Blogging

Movies

Laptops

Digital Story Telling

History

  • Changes over time in Technology
  • historical changes over a variety of time periods
  • ask questions, think critically
  • interpret and evaluate a variety of primary and secondary resources
  • develop, understand and use key vocabulary

Art / DT

Design, make and Evaluate – linked to science Evolution Topic.

Great Artists- designers in history

Music

Steel Pans

Geography

Distribution of natural resources

Conservation

-identify and sequence the components of the water cycle

-describe what happens to rain water when it reaches the ground

-identify forms in which water occurs in the environment

French

Basic phrases used in everyday life.

PE

Athletics

Cricket

Dance – Led by Ricky Brown

Homework

Homework is to be handed in every Tuesday.

 

Weekly Spelling Test every Tuesday.

Rehearse script for end of year play.

 

The children will be asked to revise a range of times tables, depending on their individual ability which will be set by their class teacher. In addition to this your child will have to complete some written homework (in a maths book) or interactive maths games on Mathletics – each week the homework set will alternate between written and interactive. 

If your child is unable to access the internet at home please contact your child’s class teacher so alternative homework can be set or provisions made in school for your child to access the Mathletics homework. 

Please see the timetable on the maths curriculum page stating which week written homework will be set.

 


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