This term Year 6 will be reading the range of books listed below, which cover all the subjects in this year's curriculum:
- Lucky Button (Michael Morpurgo)
- Secret Tales from Wales (Elizabeth Shepphard)
- The Pied Piper (Robert Browning)
- Flight (Kim Taylor)
- The Wind in the Willows (Kenneth Grahame)
- Survivors (David Long)
- Caught in the Web (Police Community Club)
This term the topics we will cover are:
English - Writing a synopsis, description and answering comprehension questions based around class books. Creative writing, describing a scene using complex sentences and revision of grammar and punctuation; where possible these topics are linked to the books the children are reading. Preparation for
Maths - Square and prime numbers, Venn diagrams, place value, rounding. Equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages, dividing and multiplying by tens, hundred and thousands, addition, subtraction problems. Interpreting and answering questions. Preparation for SATS and after-school Maths club.
Science - What is science? Weather: recording temperature, weather symbols. Seed dispersal and investigation into seed growth. Magnetism and sound.
Where possible experiments are planned, carried out and evaluated by the children.
History - New Bradwell School, now and then, local history and Schools through history.
Geography - Compass points, weather, using maps, ordnance survey maps - Milton Keynes, walks around the local area. Earthquakes, volcanoes and mountains.
Technology - Tie dyeing, Batik on cloth, making musical instruments.
ICT - Word processing skills.
Art - Sketching and shading, musical instruments. Printing techniques.
Music - Ukuele.
PE - Fine motor skills, gymnastics, Games (running).
French - Greetings. Weather. Food. Practice using Linguascope.com
RE - The six main religions. Harvest. Bible stories. Candlemas, Shabbat, The Saints (St David).
PSHE - Healthy Lifestyles.
1. Visit a windmill
2. Visit a London attraction
3. Journey on public transport
4. Experience live music
5. Growing, harvesting, preparing, eating
6. Visit a building over a 100 years old
7. Experience a days walk – following a map
8. Experience an event
9. Perform to an outside audience
10. Play an instrument
11. Build something that they can use
12. Take a portrait of somebody
13. Write a story
14. Read to an audience of younger children
15. Look at the night sky
16. To be able to budget
17. Make and fly a kite
18. Read a Shakespeare play
19. To make a presentation to their peers
20. Look at sculptures in public places
21. To lead a group of children on a theme day
22. To learn a traditional dance
23. To take part in their own production
24. To be able to use the telephone
25. To ride a bicycle to pass cycling proficiency
26. To take part in a formal debate
27. To read newspapers regularly
28. To learn local history
29. Listen to the news and weather at least once a week
30. To walk along a towpath
31. Prepare and cook a meal for someone else
32. Do something for New Bradwell and its community
33. To watch a pantomime or play
34. Visit a garden
35. Visit a market
36. Make felt
37. Present a radio programme
38. Sew on a button
39. Make a musical instrument
40. Build a shelter
41. Learn bushcraft skills
43. Maintain an allotment
44. Cook and eat home grown vegetables
45. Play a ‘wide game’
46. Camp outdoors
47. Create wild art
48. Forage for wild food
49. Cloud watch
50. Keep a nature diary