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Year 6 Overview

Curriculum Overview

 

The curriculum overview is designed to keep you up to date with what your child is currently learning about in school and help you to support your child's learning.

 

There are a number of ways parents can support their child's education; supporting them with their homework is key in helping children become more independent learners as they get older as well as supporting the learning that takes place in school.

 

Please be aware that the curriculum is subject to change.

Year 6 Long Term Plan (2018-2019) 

 

 

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Art & Design

Chagall/ Painting

English link / MND painting

 

Sketching / Guernica History Link

Landscapes and Perspective

A Hamstel History – art project

Computing

Research

Logo/ Scratch

Research (History/ War art link) (NC)

 

Revision of SATs subjects

Podcasts

History link/ Incas

 

Design & Technology

Structures – shelter making

Textiles

French

A L’ Ecole

At School

Manger Et Bouger

Healthy Lifestyle

 

Quel Temps Fait-il?

 

The Weather

Les Planetes

 

The Planets

Geography

World Exploration – physical geography

 

Rivers and the water cycle

South America

History link/ Mayans

 

History

World War One

Study of the history of our school

 

Music

War time songs

Christmas Carol Concert

Tribal Music

Leavers’ Assembly

P.E (indoor)

Basketball

Gymnastics

Dance

Sports Hall Athletics

Dance

P.E (outdoor)

Athletics

Invasion Games

Invasion Games

Athletics

Rounders/ Cricket

PSHE

Growth Mindset

Rights for All – Equality and Diversity

 

Under Pressure

Talking Mental Health

Becoming an Entrepreneur

SRE -  Yasmine and Tom

R.E

Philosophy – questions answered by religion

 

No Room at the Inn

Beliefs in action in the world: human rights

Expressing Faith Through Arts

Science

Electricity

Light

Evolution and Inheritance

Living Things and Habitats

Mini Assessments

Human Reproduction and Relationships

 

Assessment Guidance for Parents

 

The guidance below is to support you in understanding the assessment arrangements for year 6 children. It is also intended to provide an explanation as to what constitutes the expected standard at the end of KS2.

We hope this guidance is helpful but please do speak to your child’s class teacher to gain a greater understanding of how it applies to your child.


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