Welcome to the Year 6 home page!
Click on the link below to view the curriculum plan for this academic year.
This term, in Year 6, the topic will be changes and the next chapter. The children will be discussing KS2-KS3 transitions, feelings associated to this and any worries. They will be looking at future careers and paths to success. Within this, they will be learning to write a CV and letter of application. Through the first part of this term, the children in Year 6 will be working hard to revise for their SATs tests that will be taking place in May. We know you will do us proud Year 6!
The topic in Year 6 during spring term will be The Rain forest. They will be exploring the layers of the rain forest, animals and climate. The children will be researching and holding their won deforestation debate. In their art lessons, Year 6 will be creating The Story of the Rain forest; where they will use natural resources to dye fabric and print the patterns/creatures of the rain forest.
In Year 6, during the Autumn term, we will be spending time in Geography developing our map skills by exploring and following the points of a compass, using the GPS units and reading and creating our own maps and keys. Our topic this term is the Victorians where the pupils will learn about aspects such as, school life, jobs, the comparison between the rich and the poor. They will also enjoy a trip to Beamish for some first-first hand experience in a Victorian lesson (with a very strict Victorian teacher) and exploring a mine where they will meet a real life miner. We will end our Victorian topic by planning a Victorian Christmas celebration. In Science, the pupils will begin learning about the human body by exploring the heart. We have an exciting workshop planned where the pupils will dissect a real heart! Following this, In PE our focus will be Tag Rugby and Gymnastics.
Year 6 singing an Italian song during assembly:
Every Friday, Year 6 open their healthy tuck shop in which they sell Frubes, cereal bars, bananas, apples and grapes. This will go towards an end of year treat. Keep it up Year 6!