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Warden Hill Junior School

Year 6 Curriculum

Please click here to read a copy of Year 6, Autumn Term 2 Curriculum in more detail.

 * Denotes teaching emphasis of Fundamental British values
 * Denotes teaching emphasis of Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development

  Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
English

 CVs (PSHCE)
Diary:
 Victorian Child
Report:
 Workhouse
Letter:
 Victorian Teacher
*Rule of Law

Biographies:
 Zephaniah Performance Poetry 
*Tolerance, Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect
Recount:
 El Caminante Newspaper reports
Narrative:
Kensuke's Description

 Diary: 
Day in the life...

World of work
Balance Argument

Recount:
Black Hole 
Narrative:
Greek Myths
Performance Information texts: 
Handbooks (for children not on residential visit)
*Rule of Law
Class Reader  Street Child
(B. Doherty)
Reading Challenge  Kensuke's Kingdom
(M. Morpurgo)  
Frozen in Time
(A.Sparks)  
Cross Curricular Writing 

 Diary:
History
PE:
Dance - Poetry

 Explanation:
Electricity
Poetry:
Zephaniah Rap style Poem
Biography:
Mary Seacole (RE)
*Mutual Respect 

Geography - Newspaper report:
Coastal erosion  
Science - Poetry:
Living Things and habitats - Kennings 
Science:
Writing from a different view point - Gorilla
Art:
Open flap books - Kensuke's Kingdom
PHSCE - Persuasion:
Financial Capability


 

Science:
Information:
Keeping Healthy 

 

Maths  Number:
Place Value
Algebra
Statistics
 Fractions, decimals and percentage
Ratio and Proportion
Calculation
Measures
Ratio and Proportion
Fractions 
 Geometry
Algebra
Calculation  Geometry
Statistics
Place Value 
Science  Light Electricity  Living Things and their Habitats  Animals, including humans  Evolution and Inheritance 
Art & Design    William Morris
*Individual Liberty
  Mixed Media:
People in action
Mixed Media:
Collage - What a performance
Computing  Research:
Queen Victoria
*Rule of Law
We are Programmers:
Game Creation     
Design & Technology  Design, make, decorate and evaluate a Victorian style toy   Design, make and evaluate a savoury snack    Design, make and evaluate a Greek mask  
Geography     Coasts  Earning a Living
Volcanoes:
Mount Fuji
   
History Victorians:
a study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils' chronological knowledge beyond 1066  
*Individual Liberty (Attitudes to Women),
Rule of Law (highlight how law changes),
Democracy (women's right vote) 
    Ancient Greece:
 a study of Greek life and achievements and their influence on the western world
*Democracy
Languages            Anglo French Day
Languages
Music  Singing Singing  Singing  Singing  Singing  Singing 
PE  Football
Dance
Football
Dance 
Football
Dance 
*Tolerance
Football
Dance 
*Mutual Respect
Football
Dance 
*Mutual Respect
Football
Dance 
RE Why do some people inspire others?
*Individual Liberty, Tolerance  
How do people live through the good times and through hard times?
*Democracy, Rule of Law  
What will make our city/town  a more respectful place?
*Rule of Law,respect, Tolerance
What does it mean to be a Sikh?
*Tolerance of other faiths and beliefs 
SEAL/PSHCE  New Beginnings:
Preparing to play an active role as citizens
*Democracy, Rule of Law

Getting on Falling Out
*Mutual Respect, Tolerance 

 Going for Goals
Developing Confidence and responsibility
Financial Capability
Well Being
*Rule of Law (tax and Pensions) 

Preparing to play an active role as citizens
*Individual Liberty (visitors for World of Work) 

 Developing a healthy lifestyle
*Individual Liberty, Rule of Law
Inspire & Enhance  Victorian Museum Trip Harvest Deliveries
Visiting rap poet 
World of Work Parents  Dell Farm  Hayling Island  Leavers' Performance
Leavers' Day 
Learning Log  Queen Victorian Fact File    Volcanoes and Earthquakes