Little Sutton Primary School Year 6 Curriculum Plan
Welcome back to the New Year at Little Sutton Primary School. We hope you enjoyed the Christmas holiday and we look forward to working with you and your child in 2018.
These curriculum notes are intended to give you an idea of the topics your child will be studying during the Spring term. We have also written a reminder with regards to dinner money, medication and equipment needed in school. Details with regards to homework are also included.
We hope that these notes will enable you to support your child with the work they are carrying out at school by providing them with opportunities to extend their knowledge of the subjects. We would also appreciate you supporting them to complete homework to a high standard and return it on time as well as ensuring they have all the equipment they will need.
Below is an overview of all the subjects and topics your child will be covering in the Spring term.
Place Value Fractions, decimals & percentages
Multiply, divide, add, subtract Measures
Problems Handling Data
Properties of Number Shape and Space
Previous SATs papers Solving a range of word problems
Reading comprehension Narrative writing including flashbacks
Non-chronological reports Arguments and persuasive writing
Newspaper reports Poetry
Evolution & inheritance Reversible and irreversible changes
none this term
Using a range of programmes to present information from other topic areas.
Programming and Coding.
Viking related Art
Shelters and Pizza making
Basketball, net, ball and invasion games and dance
Continue to develop rhythm, melody and harmony, learn the recorder and collectively develop musicianship through instruments and voice.
French lessons during PPA time on Fridays
Children will need to bring their PE kits in on a Mondays & take it home with them on a Friday. Please ensure that all PE kit and other clothing is named. PE is usually on Monday and Tuesday.
If possible could you make sure that your child has the following:
Berol handwriting pen or fountain pen
Pencils Ruler Crayons
These and other items may be borrowed from school if they are forgotten. Ink erasers and tippex in any form are not allowed. Children should also be responsible for bringing in and taking home their water bottles regularly.
Monday Spellings and times tables
Friday Reading challenge (reading three times per week)
Occasionally there may be French homework.
Each piece of homework is expected to take about 45 minutes to complete. Maths will be differentiated by sets. English and spelling will be in classes but differentiated into groups. Homework is due back one week after it has been set, unless otherwise indicated in diaries. It follows DfES guidelines and may be in a variety of forms including practical activities, which may need adult support. If you feel your child is getting too little or too much homework please come in and see us
Homework Diaries: could you please ensure that you sign your child’s homework diary at the end of every week. They are checked every Monday. Please use the diary to communicate with us if you wish.
Please pay dinner money via your ParentPay account if possible or put money in an envelope with your child’s name and the amount enclosed on the front. Cost of dinners this year is £2.25 per day.
Please ensure that inhalers and/or relevant medicines are in school and in date.
Parents Evening Thursdays 8th and 15th February. There is a SATs workshop for parents at 9.00 a.m. on Friday 2nd February.
Please ensure that all of your child’s PE kit is named and that pumps are the correct size. PE this term will be on a Wednesday and Friday. Could all clothing and belongings please be re-named as names labels do fade and many are becoming difficult to read.
Please avoid booking holidays during in May due to SATs tests. The SATs for Year 6 will take place during the week of 14th to 18th May.
On a Friday afternoon, while the Y6 staff use time for planning, preparation and assessment, the children will enjoy one hour of French and one hour of Music.
Many thanks for your continued support throughout this year.
Mrs Whittaker, Mrs Murphy & Miss Kaur