Welcome to the Spring Term in Year 6!
The following is a brief outline of the area of study your child will be covering this term. As Year 6 this is clearly an important time as they prepare for the SATs and their transition to secondary school in September. We shall endeavor to make this time as productive, interesting and fun as we can! SATs week is the second week in May and it is important that your child is present at this time if at all possible. If there is anything that you feel you need more information or help with please e-mail me or call into school.
Maths: These topics will not be taught necessarily in this order but everything will be covered. Weekly homework will be a guide as to what has been covered in class in a particular week.
Negative numbers and problem solving. Addition and subtraction of decimals and money. Multiplication and division. Calculating with fractions. Reflections and translations on coordinate axes. Perimeter, area and volume. Multiplying and dividing decimals. Solving problems with percentages, fractions and decimals. Simple formula. Measurements. Pie Charts and line graphs.
English: Year 6 will be covering spellings, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) alongside and throughout the teaching of a range of fiction and non-fiction texts, drama and reading.
We will also be studying letters, reports, explanations, diaries, poetry and stories.
History: We will be continuing our fascinating investigation of WW2.
Geography: Miss Milburn will be covering Geography this term: UK National Parks.
Art: Children will use a range of mediums to produce work based on that of famous artists and images to represent WW2.
Design & Technology: The children will be investigating the construction of hats.
French: The family.
Science: The investigation of ‘Evolution and inheritance’.
R.E. Year 6 will cover ‘Worship’ and ‘conflict’ this term.
P.E. Games, Football, gymnastics and apparatus. There will be no swimming this term.
Music: Mrs Irving will be covering the Music this term.
We had such a super Autumn Term, the children worked so hard – here’s to just as successful Spring Term!