Welcome to Year 6!
Welcome to Year 6!
Welcome to our lovely Year 6!
The Teacher in Year 6 is Miss Magda and the Teaching Assistant is Miss Chan.
We all are looking forward to the great learning in Year 6 as we prepare for the next chapter…
Here is an overview of our Year 6 Learning Journey.
During the Autumn Term, we will learn about the Viking and Anglo Saxon struggle for the Kingdom of England. We will explore different aspects of Viking life, listen to the music inspired by Viking myths and write Viking sagas. In the second part of the term, we will learn about the life throughout the Industrial Revolution in Victorian England. In Science, we will learn how to draw and make a range of circuits and become familiar with theories of evolution and how different creatures have adapted to their environments.
In the Spring Term, we will look closely at the History of some of Reservoirs in Rochdale. Later in the Spring Term, we will look at the countries of the world. We will learn how to read and make maps, as well as use them to navigate. We will create art work inspired by the different countries around the world and learn about some main environmental regions. In Science, we will learn how to classify creatures and how light travels (enabling us to see).
During Summer Term, Year 6 will study some significant events in British History since 1066, including the Spanish Armada. We will learn how to read, compose and perform music on the glockenspiel. In Science, we will be learning about the human body and the circulatory system. Year 6 will prepare for the residential trip to Robinwood this term. Robinwood will be an amazing experience in which the children will have a great opportunity to complete activities they may have never done before. It is a lot of fun and a brilliant way to end the term as a team!
Throughout the year, children in Year 6 will take part in Samba Drumming lessons. We are going to be loud!
For homework this year, the children should complete the range of activities including daily reading, spelling and handwriting practise, maths and the wider curriculum activities set on different websites. Logins and passwords can be found in children’s homework diaries.
Additionally, Dojo challenge will be set at the end of each half term to be completed over the holiday.
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