Welcome To Year 6
The children will be learning about aspects of World War 2 through the story ‘The Lion and the Unicorn’. The children will be applying reading skills which they need to practise to the story including prediction and inferencing. The children will be working towards writing their own ending to the story.
Through guided reading, the children will be focusing on specific skills which have come through as focus points from the practise SATs reading paper.
The children will be learning aspects of the curriculum which they have not been exposed to yet including percentages and ratio. The children will be recapping skills which have come through as focus points from the practise SATs papers which includes decimals and inverse.
All about volcanoes and earthquakes. The children will learn about where volcanoes and earthquakes come from, how they occur and why, along with other key questions. In computing, the children will be learning about the internet, how it works and how to use it to communicate effectively.
The children will be composing a dance sequence around Ancient Greeks, in particular the Olympics, for their inside P.E. slot. The children will include various different aspects of dance to create one whole class piece. During their outside P.E. lessons the children will be focusing on learning the skills for Tri-golf. This sport takes precision and patience.
Is Jesus the Messiah?
As well as having the weekly R.E. lesson, the children will continue to have their daily worship.
How you can help at home / activities you could try together...
Reading with your child will help them a lot. They not only need to be able to read their book, but more importantly, they need to be able to answer questions about what they’ve read. Spellings will also be given to the children each week along with their homework. These words are from the Year 5/6 spelling list which they are expected to be able to spell.
Testing your child on their times tables will help their mental maths and their pace ready for their SATs paper. The children can practise their times tables by using the PiXL times table app/website which the children have got a login for.
The children can research their topic more at home, giving them more knowledge for their lessons. They can also practise their internet skills for computing by doing this.
Ensuring your child completes their weekly homework to the best of their ability and the correct challenge level can inform us of any further work we need to do with your child.