Merry Christmas from Year 6

Poppy visited Year 6 to talk about Remembrance

Year 6 visited the Magistrates Court

Year 6

Year 6 Yearly Overview

 

 

Autumn

 

Spring

 

Summer

 

RE

 Domestic Church-

Family: loving

 

Baptism/Confirmation

Belonging: vocation and commitment.

Advent/Christmas -

loving: expectations.

Local Church -

community:sources

Eucharist - relating:unity

 

Lent/Easter -

giving: death and new life

Pentecost- serving:witnesses

Reconciliation - interrelating :healing

Universal Church - world: common good.

Judaism - Yom Kippur

 

 

Science

 

Light

 

Evolution and Inheritance

 Electricity

Bright Sparks Day

 

 

Properties and Changes of Materials

Animals

Life Cycles

 

Geography

Human and physical study of Greece

Climate zone and mountains. Types of settlement and land use. Europe countries and cities.

Europe - countries/cities

United Kingdom - cities bombs

Areas evacuated to.

 

Rivers

 

History

 

Ancient Greece

 

 

WW2

Evacuees in Cumbria

 

 

 

ICT

E- safety

X- curricular work – Research and producing Word Documents.

E- safety

X- curricular work – Research and producing Word Documents.

 

 E- safety

X- curricular work – Research and producing Word Documents.

E- safety

X- curricular work – Research and producing Word Documents.

 

Art

Artist Study

Van Gogh

Mixing Paints

 

 Dolphin Fresco

Collage

 

 London Bomb Scenes

 

Poppy collages

 

 The work of Picasso and L.S.Lowry

 

D & T

 

 

 

 

 Make soup to WW2 recipe

 

 

 

P.E.

Indoor Athletics

Ultimate Frisbee

Gymnastics

Hockey

 Tri Golf

Netball

 Orienteering

 

 Kwik Cricket

Running for fitness

Swimming

Rounders

Athletics

 

P.S.H.E.

 Democracy - How it started In Greece.

Democracy now.

Work of WWF and other charities.

The Holocaust

The United Nations - peacekeeping 

 

 

 Sex education

 

 

RE

 

 

Local Church – Community –Sources The children will look at the wide variety of books that they read and use everyday and explore the reasons for which they are written. They will look more closely at the Bible as a story of God’s love , told by the People of God.

Eucharist – Relating: Unity Children will learn what nourishes and what spoils friendship and unity. They will learn how the Eucharist challenges and enables the Christian family to live and grow in communion every day.

Lent/Easter – Giving: Death and New Life The children will discuss how loss and death bring about change in life. In learning about the Church’s seasons of Lent, Holy Week and Easter they will know about the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus and how it led to new life.

Literacy

The children will study Carrie’s War by Nina Bawden– they will write informal letters from Carrie and a formal letter about evacuation. They will write first person accounts in character – Carrie and Nick -and look for evidence in a text to explain a character’s behaviour (Mr Evans). They will then write a character description of him from either Nick’s or Carrie’s point of view. They will write a diary entry and conclude with a book review.

The children will also study Anne Frank’s Diary. They will analyse each member of the family as the call up papers arrive. They will write a diary entry as Margot on the day the call up papers arrive – using complex sentences and adverb openers. Once in the annexe they will write a set of instructions on how to survive there. They will write a Haiku poem about one of the occupants of the annexe.

 

There will be a daily 1/2 hour lesson on SPAG - spelling, punctuation and grammar

focussing on:nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, punctuation of dialogue,

apostrophes ,spellings and vocab tests and finally the use of a  semi-colon, colon and dash.

 

 

 

 

Numeracy

Numeracy

Number – Decimals – Identify the value of each digit in numbers given to 3 decimal places and multiply by 10, 100 and 1000giving answers up to 3 decimal places. Multiply 1 digit numbers with up to 2 decimal places by whole numbers. Use written division methods in cases where the answer has up to 2 decimal places. Solve problems which require answers to be rounded to specified degrees of accuracy.

Number- Percentages- Solve problems involving the calculation of percentages(i.e. 15% of 360) and use the percentages for comparisons.

Measurement- Use, read, write and convert between standard units, converting measurements of length, mass, volume and time from a smaller unit of measure to a larger unit. Covert between miles and kilometres. Recognise that shapes with the same areas can have different perimeters. Recognise when it is possible to use formulae for area and volume of shapes. Calculate areas of parallelograms and triangles.

Number,: Algebra- Use simple formulae. Describe linear number sequences. Find pairs of numbers that satisfy an equation with two unknowns.

Number: Ratio- Solve problems involving the relative sizes of 2 quantities where missing values can be found by using integer multiplication and division facts.

Geometry and Statistics Illustrate and name parts of a circle – radius, diameter and circumference and know that diameter is twice radius. Calculate the mean as an average.

 

 

Science

 

Evolution – We will continue with our work on Evolution and Inheritance and look more closely at the work of Charles Darwin. They will also recognise that living things have changed over time and that fossils provide information about living things that inhabited the Earth millions of years ago.

 

Geography

The children will use atlases to locate the countries that were involved in WW2 in Europe. They will locate the large cities in the United Kingdom that were bombed and from which children were evacuated. They will look at the safe areas that they were sent to.

 

 

History

The children will learn how the terms of the Versailles Agreement led to an impoverished Germany – aiding the rise of Hitler and the Nazi party. They will learn about the spread of the Nazi party in Europe leading up to the start of World War Two. They will learn about what it felt like to a child to be evacuated through Carrie’s War. They will learn about rationing and the Dig for Victory. They will learn about the Blitz and the role of women in the war.

In Europe they will learn about the Holocaust through a study of Anne Frank’s Diary. A visitor will come in and talk about his visit to Auschwitz. They will visit Tullie House and the War Museum at the Castle.

 

Art/DT

Children will create a Petal Collage in the style of the artist Georgia O’Keefe. They will mix paints and create a London Landscape during the Blitz

PE

 The children will learn how to hold a putter and chipper and become more confident and precise with putting and chipping in Tri-golf. They will also learn about the importance of being fit and do weekly circuits.

 

PSHE

We will study The Holocaust and its impact on European Jews. They will learn about the terms scapegoat and propaganda. They will present an assembly on evacuation in WW2 and look at the current refugee crisis.

ICT 

The children will copy and paste pictures from the internet onto a word document. They will learn how to use a search engine. They will learn how to use the internet safely.