Year 6

Class Teacher: Mr Russ Brown

Homework

Spellings set every week. SPAG/Maths homework given on Fridays dependent on the work in the week and returned or tested on Friday week after.

Reading – Children are expected to read at home at least twice a week. They will have the opportunity to read to an adult in school at least once a week.

Websites

Children access these websites in Year 6 to help enhance their learning journey. Each child will have their own log in details and can also access the sites at home. Please click on the picture to be taken to the website.

Further information on these websites and other we use in school are linked here.
 



 
     

Curriculum Overview
 
  Autumn 1 Autumn 2  Spring 1  Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
Literacy Spelling Shed
CGP Resources
Literacy Shed

Book – I was Rat!
Spelling Shed
CGP Resources
Literacy Shed

Book – Short!
Farther
A Christmas Carol
Spelling Shed
CGP Resources
Literacy Shed

Book -  Skellig
Spelling Shed
CGP Resources
Literacy Shed

Book –Odysseus greatest hero of them all
Odysseus Journey through Hell
Spelling Shed
CGP Resources
Literacy Shed

Book - Wonder
Spelling Shed
CGP Resources
Literacy Shed

Book – Holes
Kensukes kingdom
 
Numeracy Big Maths
CLIC
Safe
Learn its
Big Maths
CLIC
Safe
Learn its
Big Maths
CLIC
Safe
Learn its
Science The Human body
Circulatory system
The heart
The skeleton
Major organs of body
 
Living things
Organisms
Classifying keys
Animals and their habitat
Light and electricity
Circuits
Diagrams
Refraction of light
Seeing colour
 
Evolution and inheritance
Adaptation
Charles Darwin
 
Scientist and inventors
Stephen Hawking
Steve Jobs
Libbie Hyman
Fleming
 
Animals and including humans
Reproduction
Puberty
Changing bodies
PE Team Building games
Co-ordination and instruction games
Individual co-ordination
Gymnastics
Bridges
Movement
Strength of core
Football
Sportshall Athletics
Running Co-ordination
Dance
Movement
Pace
Rhythm
Rugby
Team Games
Badminton
Team Games
Hockey
Boccia
Curling
Gym Fit
Target Throwing
Athletics
Running and Jumping movements to music
Gymnastics/dance
Team Games
Tennis
Kwik Cricket
Sportsday Athletics
Expressive Arts Propaganda Art
Following instructions
Blitz Images
Remembrance work
Patterns of colour
Realistic imagery
Stop Animation
Manga
Banksey and removable art
Chalk and natural mandalas
Davinci
Still life
Observational drawing Charles Tunnicliffe
Native Art
Australasia
North American
African
Stop Animation
Andy Warhol
Pop Art
Repetition of image
Printing Photographs
Manipulation
DT WW2 gardens
Anderson shelters
Christmas Crafts Clay pots for Ancient Greeks Hot Air Balloons Flying Machines Tie Dying
Filming of pop videos and leavers assembly.
Geography Globe Work
Biomes
Map Work
Continents
Europe
Political Landscapes
The Americas
Rivers and Flooding
Trade and Economics
Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Changing Planet and ecology
How do we use the land?
Ecology and self sufficiency
History World War Two

 
World War Two Ancient Greeks
WHO?
Where?
When?
Democracy Olympics Homelife
legends
Ancient Greeks
Battle of Marathon
Greek Myths
Gods and Goddesses
Battle of Troy
Leisure and Entertainment
Britain since 1900
Movies
Football
1960’s
Leisure and entertainment
TV
Package Holidays
Technology
RE Christianity

 
Christianity Hinduism
Buddism
Islam
Judaism
Making Choices Making Choices
Music WW2 singing singing in rounds Composition of rounds Looking at Musical Scores Instruments of the orchestra Musical Theatre singing a story Performance leavers assembly

P.E. Overview 2019 - 2020
 
  Autumn Spring Summer
1 2 1 2 1 2
Year 6 Target Games
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Sports Hall Athletics
Rugby/Sports Hall Athletics
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Gymnastics
Go Noodle/Dance Fitness
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Onside Sports – Tag Rugby
Badminton/Ball Skills
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Limitless Dance
Cricket/Striking
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Gymnastics
Tennis – Gary Weatherburn
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Sports Day preparation

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Our Vision

We aim to provide an outstanding education in the heart of the community and as such we make every effort that the children at Vickerstown have the best academic start and grounding possible to enable them to become successful members of society.