Here is the ‘Meet the Teacher’ information for Year 6: Welcome to Year 6 September 2020
Please see the following for the end of year expectations for Year 6:Maths Year 6 Targets
Useful Websites for Home Learning
Throughout the lockdown Year 6 have continued to learn about different aspects of World War 2 as their part of their topic. In literacy they have been looking at different poems and focusing a lot on ‘Instructions’ by Neil Gaiman. Have a look at some of the wonderful learning that they have produced!
To start of the Summer term the Year 6 Class looked at all the wonders of the Mayan civilization. The children will be learning lots of different myths from these ancient people and begin writing some of their own. They will also learn about the different God the Maya had and some of the wonderful landmarks and structures built by the people. In maths they will look at the Mayan number system and compare it to the number system we use today. Please see the link below for the full coverage of what will be taught this half term.
For Autumn 2 Year 6 will be looking at the life and achievements of Charles Darwin as part of their topic ‘Darwin Delights’. The children will be reading and doing lots of writing based upon the book ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’ my Michael Morpurgo. They will be studying the voyage of the HMS Beagle and looking at maps to see where in the world he travelled to. Click the link below to see the overview of the topic and see all areas of the curriculum covered.
To start the year, Year 6 were treading very carefully on the hunt for dinosaurs as part of their ‘Jurassic Park’ topic. The children wrote up non chronological reports on existing dinosaurs and some persuasive letters to the head of Jurassic Park in a bid to get their very own dinosaur a place in the park. In maths the children used their knowledge of number to budget and come up with their very own dinosaur safari park. In Geography they are learnt about how all the continents were formed from the super continent Pangea.
Click the link below to see the overview of the topic and see all areas of the curriculum covered.