St John's C of E Primary School

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Year 6 Curriculum

Summary of Year 6 objectives can be found here

Literacy - for more information about our literacy curriculum click here

Please click on each book for more information

 

Autumn

Term

 

Spring

Term

 

Summer

Term

Maths

Year 6 Maths overview

Maths Calculations Demonstration Videos

Addition Subtraction  Division

Maths Knowledge Organisers 

Knowledge Organisers  support pupils with information and methods they should know
Add / Subtract Place Value Multiply / Divide Algebra Decimals
Fractions Measure Percentages Position Ratio

White-Rose Home Learning - to support Maths Learning at home 

Autumn Term Values 4 Operations A 4 Operations B Fractins A Fractions B Position
Spring Term Decimals Percentages Algebra Units Perimeter Ratio
Summer Term Properties of shape Statistics

 Linked Learning

Autumn 1 -  A Child's War

This project teaches children about the characteristics and features of polar regions, including the North and South Poles, and includes a detailed exploration of the environmental factors that shape and influence them

Knowledge Organiser     Glossary     Home Learning     Fun Facts

 

Autumn 2 -  Darwin's Delights

We’re off on an exciting expedition with Charles Darwin and his crew on HMS Beagle. Can you trace his route across the vast ocean? Stop at the magical Galápagos Islands to see the amazing species that helped Charles Darwin to develop his theory of evolution by natural selection. Do you know what’s so special about a lava lizard, or why the blue-footed booby has blue feet? See how animals adapt to their environments over time and meet some of the world’s greatest explorers and naturalists. Imagine how humans will evolve in millions of years. It’s a scary thought. Ready to trace the origin of species? Let’s set sail.

Knowledge Organiser     Glossary     Home Learning     Fun Facts

 

Spring 1 -  Frozen Kingdom

This project teaches children about the characteristics and features of polar regions, including the North and South Poles, and includes a detailed exploration of the environmental factors that shape and influence them.

Knowledge Organiser     Glossary     Home Learning     Fun Facts

Spring 2 - Blood Heart

Crimson, scarlet, burgundy, cherry. Blood flows through our bodies in all its vibrant shades of red. Let’s explore our circulation system. Now, surgeons, don’t be squeamish as we dissect an animal heart and examine the veins, arteries and chambers up close. They all work hard to move blood around our bodies. William Harvey was fascinated with anatomy, and made groundbreaking discoveries about valves. I wonder what we might uncover? Why do people give blood? Find out how to keep your heart happy with cardiovascular exercise and healthy food. Kickstart a campaign to spread the word about the damage caused to the lungs and heart by smoking. Hearts pound, flutter and maybe skip a beat. What makes your heart race? Is it a secret? Cross my heart, I won’t tell.

Knowledge Organiser     Glossary     Home Learning    Fun Facts

 

Summer 1 -  Hola Mexico

Welcome to Mexico. Get ready to explore this unique country, from its towering temples and stunning geography to its pulsing rhythms and fun festivals. Is your tummy rumbling? Concoct a traditional fruit cocktail or a delicious Mexican meal. What’s on your shopping list? Go steady with the spices. Discover the mysterious world of the ancient Mayan civilisation. Make their chocolate, learn their poetry, play their ball game and follow all of their curious rituals. Just try to keep your head. Feel like celebrating? Design a flute, grab a drum, join a tribe and make some noise. Have you got what it takes to be chief? Let’s find out.

Knowledge Organiser     Glossary     Home Learning    Fun Facts

 

 

 

 Hola Mexico!

 

Summer 2 -  Tomorrow's World

Text messages, emails, websites, blogs and podcasts. There are so many ways to communicate. Learn how to set up a class blog and build a homepage on a subject of your choice. Suggest ways to improve your school website, and hopefully the headteacher will listen to your ideas. Discover the movers and shakers in the world of technology, the people who’ve shaped the modern world. Perhaps you might be a visionary for the next generation. Build robots and circuits, break codes and investigate gadgets galore. Why not write a thriller narrative in the style of Anthony Horowitz? Then, on request from MI99, build a website for a new Spy School. What pages will it need? One for gadgets? A secret lunch menu? You decide. Let’s start today on Tomorrow’s World

Knowledge Organiser     Glossary     Home Learning    Fun Facts