6WP - Mrs Watton & Mrs Pearce - supported by Mrs Quinnell, Mrs Netherton & Mrs Stone
6P - Mr Parker supported by Mrs Stone, Mrs Stanton, Mrs Coleman & Mrs Wilkinson.
Manor Adventure 2016
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Welcome to an action-packed Year 6! With a visit from Jonathon's Jungle to start the year; our production in the Summer term; and our week long residential at Manor Adventure to look forward to, we hope to give our pupils some fantastic, lasting memories of their last year in primary school.
In Year 6, children hold many roles of responsibility. Huge congratulations to those who have earned positions as House Captains, prefects, on the School Improvement Team and School Council representatives. We know you will all do us proud throughout the year.
Alongside the curriculum coverage, we recognise that Year 6 is a year of transition with secondary transition and induction days throughout the year. Children will also sit the statutory standardised assessment tests (SATs) in May and part of our curriculum coverage will ensure children are well prepared for this week.
Autumn Term 2017
Throughout the Autumn Term, our Creative Curriculum topic is 'The Rainforest - Power'. We will explore the rainforest environment, plants, animals, tribes and the impact of deforestation. In preparation for our February Curriculum Evening, children will create their own rainforest masks as well as studying the work of Cornish fineline artist Jon Tremaine. We will also be putting our creative skills to use through computing by creating our own Wallace and Gromit-style stop-gap animations.
Continuing with our Rainforest theme, in English children will explore poetry and narrative as well as writing non-chronological reports based on their own fantasy rainforest creatures and taking part in a debate about deforestation.
In Maths, autumn term is all about the basics! We will be spending a majority of our time focusing on the four key operations, arithmetic skills and fractions.
PE will take place twice a week with Gymnastics and Frisbee our initial focuses for autumn term.
For any further information, please refer to our curriculum letters through the links below. Alternatively, we are always happy to meet in person before or after school or appointments can be made through the school office.
Spring Term 2018
Throughout the Spring Term, our Creative Curriculum topic is 'WWII - Is change a good thing?'. We will explore the impact of WWII on children and the changes which occurred such as evacuation and rationing.
We will begin our topic with a WWII 'wow' day. The day will allow children to take part in a range of activities including dance, art and cookery. 1940's dress is encouraged and we will hold a VE Day celebration during the afternoon. Continuing our WWII theme, children will look at people in proportion and use ModRoc to make WWII action figures and dolls.
Children will continue to be immersed in the topic throughout their English, learning about poetry, portal stories and writing diary entries and letters home.
In Maths, Spring Term sees us begin our revision period, allowing time for children to revise the KS2 programmes of study whilst applying their knowledge in worded problems and investigations.
PE will take place twice a week with rugby, dance and gymnastics being our initial focuses.
Letters & Documents
- Autumn Term Curriculum Letter
- GLA Y5/6 Spelling Appendix
- Spring Term Curriculum Letter
- SPAG Letter Spring 2018
Mrs Pearce - email@example.com
Mrs Watton - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Parker - email@example.com
|HOMEWORK||WEB LINKS||SET DATE||DUE DATE|
|Maths - Autumn 2||Various||Various|
|Theme - Autumn 2||Various||Various|
|Weekly Spelling Lists||Various||Various|
|Theme Homework - Spring 1||Various||Various|
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