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Ash 6

Year 6

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

English

Stay Where you Are And Then Leave

Goodnight Mr Tom

Shakleton's Journey

There's A Boy In The Girls' Bathroom

Genres to be taught

FICTION:
Stories with flashbacks
Setting and character descriptions
Diary
Split narratives
Extended narratives

NON FICTION
Autobiographies / biographies
Journalistic texts
Arguments
Author studies
Formal / impersonal writing
Persuasive texts
Recounts
Non-chronological reports

POETRY
The power of imagery
Narrative poetry
Finding a voice
Poet study

Mathematics

1. Number and place value ; Mental multiplication and division ; Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions ; Fractions, ratio and proportion
2. Mental addition and subtraction ; Number and place value ; Written addition and subtraction ; Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra
3. Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Mental addition and subtraction
4. Measurement ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Number and place value
5. Mental addition and subtraction ; Written addition and subtraction ; Number and place value ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra
6. Mental multiplication and division ; Written multiplication and division ; Mental addition and subtraction ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Number and place value

7. Number and place value ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Fractions, ratio and proportion
8. Measurement ; Geometry: properties of shapes
9. Mental multiplication and division ; Fractions, ratio and proportion ; Written multiplication and division ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra
10. Mental multiplication and division ; Fractions, ratio and proportion ; Written multiplication and division ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra
11. Fractions, ratio and proportion

1. Number and place value ; Written addition and subtraction
2. Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions ; Fractions, ratio and proportion
3. Mental multiplication and division ; Written multiplication and division ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Number and place value
4. Geometry: properties of shapes ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra
5. Mental addition and subtraction ; Number and place value ; Written addition and subtraction ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra
6. Written multiplication and division ; Number and place value ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra

7. Mental addition and subtraction ; Written addition and subtraction ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra
8. Statistics ; Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions
9. Geometry: position and direction ; Number and place value ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Geometry: properties of shapes
10. Written multiplication and division ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra
11. Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Fractions, ratio and proportion

1. Number and place value ; Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions
2. Number and place value ; Mental addition and subtraction ; Written addition and subtraction ; Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions ; Fractions, ratio and proportion ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Geometry: properties of shapes
3. Mental addition and subtraction ; Fractions, ratio and proportion ; Written multiplication and division ; Mental multiplication and division ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Number and place value
4. Written multiplication and division ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Number and place value ; Statistics ; Geometry: position and direction

5. Number and place value ; Fractions, ratio and proportion ; Measurement
6. Geometry: properties of shapes ; Measurement ; Statistics
7. Number and place value ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Geometry: position and direction ; Written multiplication and division
8. Number and place value ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Geometry: properties of shapes



• Time for revision in both half terms.

Science

Animals and Living Things Identify and name parts of the human circularity system including pulse, blood and heart.
Recognise impact of diet, exercise and harmful substances.
Describe transportation of water and nutrients in animals & humans
Give reasons for classification of plants and animals

Electricity Name the basic parts of circuits & draw circuit diagrams
Understand that the brightness of a lamp is affected by the voltage in a circuit
Compare and explain variations in how components function

Light Know that objects are seen because they give out or reflect light
Know that light travels in straight lines
Light is reflected from a surface into the eye
Explain how shadows can change size but have same shape

Inheritence and Evolution Know that animals and plants adapt to their environment leading to continued evolution
Recognise that offspring are not identical to parents
How living things have changed over time

Great Scientists Develop an understanding of the world around us and how scientists have played their part. Look at the work of Darwin, Curie and Pasteur

Computing

We are app planners
Computer networks

We are project managers
Computational thinking

We are market researchers
Productivity

We are interface designers
Communication/collaboration

We are app designers
Programming

We are marketers
Creativity

Religious Education

Christianity
Beliefs in action

Helping the homeless and refugees
Care and concern for others expressed through religious charities and organisations leading into Christmas focusing on Jesus as homeless and a refugee

Big Questions
Why ask big questions?
Does science have all the answers?
Who makes the rules?
What can we be sure of?
How much are people worth?
Why is there so much human suffering?

Christianity
God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit

Easter
(sacrificial love)

Big Questions
Is there a divine being that cares about me?
What gives my life ultimate meaning?
Why be a good person?
What happens after we die?
Does God answer prayer?
What sort of person do I want to become?

Concept Unit
Key concepts from the 6 major world faiths

History

World War 1 Give reasons for and results of significant events and changes Cross-curricular with English

World War 2 Local history study
How was Bexley and Greenwich affected? Look at significance of Crayford and Woolwich

Ancient Greece
Greek life and achievements and their influence on the western world

Geography

 

School Journey 6 figure grid references, symbols and keys with OS maps

 

North America Locate countries, environmental regions, key physical and human characteristics, countries, and major cities. Human and physical geographical similarities and differences of UK region to region within North America
Climate zones, biomes & vegetation belts,

Music

Combining instruments playing current/ chart music. Use software to cut and restructure songs

Combing instrument sounds on Garageband Music from different countries/ traditions

Combining instuments to perform composed pieces in Year 6 production

Saint Godric (1065-1170)

Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
George Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)

John Stafford Smith (1750-1836)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Art

Andy Goldsworthy

Paul Nash Drawing/painting/pastels– symbolism and composition

Native American Art

Design and Technology

 

Wartime recipes

Greek pots

Languages French

 

 

 

 

 

 

P.S.H.E.

E-Safety keeping safe online Keeping safe from abuse and grooming Online bullying

Self-esteem and self-confidence Managing stress Road safety Emergency Services Safety from crimes and gangs

Sex Education

Transition - moving on to secondary school using public transport financial budgetting considering dinners Setting personal goals and ambitions

Physical Education 1

NET/ WALL GAMES
VOLLEYBALL

INVASION GAMES
HI 5 NETBALL/ BASKETBALL

DANCE


INVASION GAMES
FOOTBALL

GYMNASTICS


INVASION GAMES
RUGBY

GYMNASTICS


INVASION GAMES
HOCKEY

ATHLETICS


STRIKING/ FIELDING
CRICKET

NET/ WALL
TENNIS

STRIKING/ FIELDING
ROUNDERS

Physical Education 2

Visits

 

School Journey

Cabinet War Rooms/ Woolwich ArsenalTour

Secondary Transition Day at Woolwich Poly

Year 6 Curriculum map

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