Year 6 Curriculum Overview
Meet the teacher presentations
In Year 6 this term, we are learning how to read and write a range of fiction, non-fiction and poetry, including writing to persuade and developing characters. We’ll be reading Dead Man's Cove by Lauren St.John and The Secret of Nightingale Wood by Lucy Strange.
This term, the children will be challenging themselves with learning the Year 6 curriculum.
In mathematics, we’re focusing on: mental calculations, place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, fractions and geometry. We welcome all the support you are able to give your child at home, but would like to ensure that you help your child by continuing the methods they are being taught in school. If you would like to know the methods your child is being taught, please do not hesitate to ask.
In science, we will be learning about living things and their habitats; in history, we will be learning about The Mayans and in geography, the physical and human geography of Mexico. Please encourage your child to read about these topics at the library or complete online research – remember that the children can borrow two books at a time from the Active Learning Library.
Many thanks for all the support you give your child. It is very important that we continue to work in partnership with you to ensure they make the most of their learning opportunities. We expect your child to be in school on time, with their homework completed, and having read for at least thirty minutes the previous night. This will ensure that the day starts smoothly.
If you have any concerns or worries during the school year, please arrange a time with the school office to meet with your child’s teacher or speak to them at the end of the school day. As usual, the Autumn term will be full and enjoyable.
Mrs Gandu, Mrs O’Shea and Miss Allen
In Year 6, we set homework on a Wednesday and expect it to be completed by the following Wednesday.
Homework is set weekly on Google Classroom.
Please use these links to access homework assignments:
Google Classroom - two quizzes set every Wednesday
Spelling Shed - activities set every Tuesday
Conquer Maths - work set every Wednesday
First News - a great resource for independent practice
Reading Progress on Teams - reading task set weekly
Children can use devices in school if necessary.