P.E lessons are on Mondays and Tuesdays. Full P.E kit must be in school on these days.
The Year 6 class teacher is Mrs C Macmahon.
Teaching support staff who work with pupils in Year 6 are Mrs S Hardman.
A copy of the Year 6 curriculum overview can be downloaded below.
Spring Term 1
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In the Spring Term we will be studying William Shakespeare and focusing on Romeo and Juliet in Literacy. Our history topic is Crime and Punishment through the ages. In our science lessons we will be learning about electricity and light.
This week you will complete Kensuke's Kingdom. On Thursday your task is to write a book review and on Friday to write an adventure story. I have attached templates for a book review and a blank story plan to help you.
Zoom Lesson - Thursday 21st January (Area and Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes)
Zoom Maths Lesson - Wednesday 20th January (Converting Units of Measurement 2)
Times Table Speed Sheet
Autumn Term 2
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In Autumn Term Two our topic is 'Beyond Enemy Lines'. In this topic we study World War II and think about the big question -
How was the UK affected by World War II?
Please find attached the knowledge organiser for this topic.
Attached below are the weekly spellings for Autumn Term Two. The spelling test will take place every Friday.
Our class novel for Autumn Term One is
In Literacy we will be reading survival stories linked to the Titanic. During the topic we will be thinking about the big question - Who was to blame for the sinking of the Titanic?
The children in Year 6 will be trying to learn the facts from the knowledge organisers based on the Titanic and our science topic -Evolution.
Spellings in Year 6
The children in Year 6 will be practising how to spell different words each week. They will be tested on the words set for the week every Friday.
Please see the attached document for the spellings for the half term.
KS2 SATs and Revision
CLICK HERE for a Grammar Glossary of terms to help your child out:
SPELLING AND GRAMMAR
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