Class 6C curriculum
Our theme this term is
Mayans & Monsters
As theologians we will :
The Kingdom of God
- Learn about the Kingdom of God and reflect on its meaning.
- To understand everyone is invited to God’s Kingdom.
- Reflect on ways to share this ‘Good News’.
- Reflect on words and actions necessary to show commitment to the Kingdom.
- Know that Jesus’ miracles reflected his compassion for others.
- Study people who spread the word of God.
Called to Serve
- Understand that we are all called to be disciples.
- Recognise that God has given us gifts & talents to use.
- Understand what the Sacrament of Confirmation, marriage and Holy Orders does for us.
- Understand how some people responded to God’s call .
As writers and communicators we will :
- Develop our narrative ‘story’ writing using the books ’Oranges in No Man’s Land, The Journey & ‘The Arrival’ as stimulus and inspiration.
- Write a recount of a character’s experiences.
- Write different types of poems based on journeys / how things survive.
- Write a newspaper report based on book events.
- We will develop comprehension skills studying plot, characters, events, vocabulary use & author’s intent.
We will :
- A range of activities that focus on our mental and physical health
- Creating positive friendships.
- Making the right choices for a healthy lifestyle.
As geographers we will :
- To know, name and use the eight points of a compass
- To use 4 and 6 figure grids references.
- To develop knowledge and understanding of Ordnance survey maps and what they are used for.
- To be able to use ordnance survey maps.
- To use Google Earth to locate a country or place of interest and to follow the journey of rivers etc.
- To know about time zones and to work out time differences across the world (including night and day)
As Historians we will :
- The struggle between the Vikings and Anglo-Saxons for the Kingdom of England.
- Who were they and what did we learn from them.
- Viking raids, what areas they invaded and why?
- Viking longships and culture.
We will :
- Research & investigate the history of immigration in the UK and how it has impacted the economy, culture, etc.
As Historians, we will:
- Develop our knowledge, understanding and skills of the designing and making processes through a variety of creative and practical activities including model Viking boats and baking bread.
As mathematicians, we will :
- Perform mental calculations, including with mixed operations and large numbers.
- Read, write, compare and order numbers up to ten million, identifying the value of each digit
- Round numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1,000
- Explore negative numbers in context and through abstract examples
- Use knowledge of the order of operations to carry out calculations involving the four operations in problem-solving activities.
- Use the formal written methods for addition, subtraction, multiplication (including X by 2-digit numbers) and division (including long division).
- Investigate factors, multiples, prime, square and cubed numbers
- Simplify compare and order fractions,
- Add and subtract; multiply and divide fractions
- Reflect and translate shapes across four quadrants
As scientists we will :
Animals including humans:
- To recognise the parts of the circulatory system.
- To understand the function of some of the parts of the circulatory system.
- To understand the need for a healthy balanced diet.
- To explain the effect of drugs on the body.
Let it Shine:
- To study the concept of light travelling in straight lines.
- Look at beams of light and how light travels to enable us to understand how we see things.
- Apply this understanding to the product of shadows and starts to look at how light is reflected.
- Investigate the realm of coloured light and rainbows, using scientific skills to raise and answer questions.
P.E. – As athletes, we will :
- Use variations in speed, level and direction and learn how to combine & link actions to produce sequences.
We will :
- Become familiar with various programing and software, such as pod casts and animation to highlight the importance of e-safety.
As artists we will :
- Detailed, analytical, observational drawings.
- Study the methods/media of famous portrait artists.
As musicians we will :
- Listen to and appraise songs as well as perform and share pieces of music
All homework will be given out on Mondays to be completed in their homework book. Spellings will be given out on Mondays to learn for Friday’s test. English (reading comprehension and/or grammar & punctuation task) and Maths will be handed out the same day and MUST be completed and returned by the Friday of that same week. This gives the children enough time to see their class teacher if they are struggling plus we realise the importance of having family time at the weekend.
The purpose of this work is to consolidate the learning from class and to prepare them for more intensive homework at high school. It is therefore extremely important that this work is completed. Any children who fail to bring/complete their homework will have to complete it during their playtime. If a child does not complete their homework three times in a half-term a letter will go home.
Reading – Children will have an independent reading book which will be brought home. It must be returned to school once read. Children can be reading their own independent book from home or school library/class reading area once they have finished the given book and completed a book review.
Children’s independent reading books are changed as and when required in school. It is your child’s responsibility to make sure a member of staff in class is aware that the book needs changing. Reading records are to be completed each time you listen to your child read at home. Equally, your child can complete the record by mentioning the pages read and whether they have enjoyed it or not.
As we are unable to have a Welcome Evening this year, if you have any questions or concerns please contact your child’s class teacher via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting the school office and arranging a telephone appointment.
Physical Education (P.E.) – will take place in both classes on Thursday and Friday afternoons, so under the new guidelines, children must come to school in their P.E. kits ready for lessons.
The St Paulinus P.E. kit consists of: a white t-shirt with the school logo, blue (or black) shorts, and a pair of pumps. As an optional extra, a dark coloured pair of jogging trousers and a school PE hoodie or jumper can also be worn when we are outside / during the winter months. Children must come to school in their PE kits on their PE days and will stay in their PE kits throughout the day.
In addition, the only jewellery permitted in school is a pair of plain small stud earrings. If your child has pierced ears, then they need to remove their earrings on each morning of P.E.
Please note that staff are not able to remove earrings, so this will result in your child not taking part in our P.E. lessons and an alternative task will be provided for the child, this is due to health and safety reasons.
Long hair must be tied back.
Please ensure your child wears their PE kit on their PE days. If your child does not come to school in their P.E. kit, you may receive a text message to inform you that they need it for the following week. All P.E. kit and School uniform must be labelled clearly with your child’s name. If it becomes lost, it can then be easily returned to the rightful owner.
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