SATs Home Learning Resources
Summer Term Curriculum Overview
Maths - We will be continuing to revise for our SATs exams in May, ensure the pupils are well prepared for the test. After SATs, pupils will looking at statistics, ratio and proportion, geometry, shape and measure.
English - Pupils will be studying the book 'Kensuke's Kingdom' and will be looking at flashbacks and balanced argument texts.
Connected Curriculum - Our focus for the Summer term is Geography. We will be looking at climate change, scaled maps, and how to read a 6 grid reference. Pupils will also learn how to use a compass.
Science - Pupils will be looking at electricity, evolution and living things and habitats.
PE - Pupils will have twice weekly PE sessions, taking part in a variety of sports such as football and cricket.
RE - Pupils will be looking at Buddhism this half term.
Art - This term, pupils will be using relief printing to create repeated patterns which will be inspired by our work in climate change.
SATs Parent Guidance 21-22
Dear JAPAN CLASS,
A great big HELLO and WELCOME BACK to our new year -2022!
I hope you all had a good rest and lots of fun over the Christmas holidays and are rested and ready for some hard work, but fun too, in Spring term.
We have thoroughly enjoyed every second of Autumn term! You have all blossomed in confidence across the curriculum. Each of you brought something unique into the classroom and it has been a pleasure to be your teacher.
Our Spring term theme is History - Empires with impact - and I know how much you all love learning History. If you would like to know more about what we will be focusing in Spring term , then click on the overview pdf or watch the slides. As usual, your amazing self-motivated theme projects are welcome to inspire others.
I am sure that your personalities never fail to make my classroom shine again.
I am looking forward to see you all in 2022 :)
When do I have PE?
Year 6 PE days are Thursdays and Fridays. PE kit should be brought to class on the beginning of each half-term. If you do not bring your PE kit into school then you will not be able to participate in PE for that session. As a reminder, can children also not come to school wearing earrings on PE days. Earrings cannot be removed at school as per the risk assessment in order to keep everyone safe.
How can you help at home?
- Encourage your child to read to you at least 3 times a week. At other times do talk to your child about what they read, to check recall and understanding. Please do record in the Pupil Planners any reading activities you share with your child.
- Read other books, as well as their reading book, such as non-fiction, newspapers, and guide-books from family visits…anything that promotes conversation about what you are reading.
- Times tables: Tables are tested regularly so please ensure that your child works on TTRS regularly.
Things to remember every day:
Filled water bottles