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Year 6 Spring 1

Survival of the fittest

Genre: To entertain

Week 1 out of 6

Week 1 Objectives

 

I can write about significant events of my life.  

I can stay in character and discuss my future and legacy.

I can identify the structural and language features of an autobiography. 

I can plan an autobiography.

Year 6 Spring 1

Maths: Algebra

Week 1 out of 6

Week 1 Objectives

 

I can use simple formulae.

I can generate number sequences.

I can describe number sequences algebraically.

I can solve missing numbers algebraically.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Topic: Brilliant British Inventors

Genre: To entertain

Week 7 out of 7

Week 7 Objectives

 

I can write a narrative.

I can edit a narrative.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Maths: Assessment

Week 7 out of 7

 

Week 7 Objectives

 

This week in Maths, the children will sit past SATs papers. They will sit an Arithmetic paper and two Reasoning papers. We will use this to guide the Spring planning and to tailor the learning we provide to close any gaps.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Topic: Brilliant British Inventors

Genre: To inform

Week 6 out of 7

Week 6 Objectives

 

I can present my product to an audience.

I can evaluate my product. 

I can use descriptive language to describe a character. 

I can use descriptive language to plan a narrative.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Maths: Percentage increase and decrease,

Ratio, Proportion and Scales

Week 6 out of 7

Week 6 Objectives

 

To calculate the percentage increase.

To calculate the percentage decrease.

To represent proportion as a fraction.

To understand the meaning of and solve problems of ratio.

To solve problems involving shapes where the scale factor is known or can be found. 

Year 6 Autumn 2

Topic: Brilliant British Inventors

Genre: To inform

Week 5 out of 7

Week 5 Objectives

 

I can write a newspaper report.

I can edit and improve my newspaper report.

I can design a Christmas product.

I can make a product.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Maths: Fractions, decimals

and percentages

Week 5 out of 7

 

Week 5 Objectives

 

To convert between fractions, decimals and percentages using place value knowledge.

To find percentages of amounts.

To order a mixture of fractions, decimals, and percentages.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Topic: Brilliant British Inventors

Genre: To inform

Week 4 out of 7

 

Week 4 Objectives

 

I can explain the significant turning point of the telephone invention.  

 

I can understand how telephones have developed.

I can design a phone for a purpose.

I can identify the features of a newspaper.

I can plan a newspaper report.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Maths: Fractions

Week 4 out of 7

 

Week 4 Objectives

 

To multiply fractions by whole numbers using visual representations.

To divide unit fractions by a whole number.  

To divide non-unit fractions by a whole number.  

End of unit assessment – Fractions A

To convert between fractions, decimals and percentages using their knowledge of place value.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Topic: Brilliant British Inventors

Genre: To inform

Week 3 out of 7

 

Week 3 Objectives

 

I can analyse biographies and identify their features.

I can plan a biography.

I can write a biography.

I can edit and improve my biography.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Maths: Fractions

Week 3 out of 7

 

Week 3 Objectives

 

To add and subtract fractions when the denominators are multiples of each other.

To add and subtract fractions where the denominators are not multiples of each other.

To explore what happens when we multiply two fractions together.

To multiply 2 fractions where one is a unit fraction using visual representation.

To multiply fractions by whole numbers using visual representations.

Home Learning Autumn 2

Please find attached the home learning for Autumn 2 for topic, maths and rights respecting. These should be completed weekly at home. Please also support your child in reading daily and completing their reading record.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Topic: Brilliant British Inventors

Genre: To inform

Week 2 out of 7

 

Week 2 Objectives

 

To identify and label the different counties of the United Kingdom. 

To understand the importance of British inventors, their inventions and how they have shaped Britain today.

To explain the significant turning point of the light bulb invention.

To research and describe the invention of the World Wide Web and its inventor.

To understand how to write to inform.

Year 6 Autumn 2

Maths: Fractions

Week 2 out of 7

 

Week 2 Objectives

 

To solve multi-step problems involving fractions of amounts and mixed number fractions.

To order fractions with denominators that are multiples of each other.

To order fractions with denominators that are not always multiples of each other.

To order mixed and improper fractions.

To solve problems involving fractions.

French Learning - Autumn 2

This half – term in French, children will learn about French houses. They will learn how to name different rooms in a house, names of furniture, different types of houses as well as where they are located.

 

Year 6 Autumn 2

Topic: Brilliant British Inventors

Genre: To inform

Week 1 out of 7

 

Week 1 Objectives

 

I can identify different light sources and explain how light is reflected.

I can explain how shadows are made and why they have the same shape as their object.

I can explore circuits and form generalisations.

I can work scientifically to explore how a circuit works.

I can compare and give reasons for variation in circuits.

I can draw and label a simple circuit using the correct symbols.

I use recognised symbols when representing a simple circuit in a diagram. 

Year 6 Autumn 2

Maths: Fractions

Week 1 out of 7

 

 

Week 1 Objectives

 

To simplify fractions using the highest common factor.

To find equivalent fractions and solve problems.

To compare fractions by identifying common factors and multiples.

To identify and convert between improper fractions and

mixed number fractions.

Year 6 Autumn 1

Topic: Polar Regions

Genre: To persuade

Week 8 out of 8

 

Week 8 Objectives

 

I can understand the structure of a flashback story. 

I can gather appropriate language for a flashback story (setting). 

I can gather appropriate language for a flashback story (characters). 

I can plan a flashback story. 

I can write a flashback story. 

I can edit and improve my writing. 

Year 6 Autumn 1

Maths: Unit and non-unit fractions

Week 8 out of 8

 

Week 8 Objectives

 

To investigate unit and non-unit fractions.

To compare unit fractions.

To find non-unit fractions of amounts.

To solve fraction problems where the total is unknown.

Year 6 Autumn 1

Topic: Polar Regions

Genre: To persuade

Week 7 out of 8

Week 7 Objectives

 

I can research, design and plan a secure tent structure. 

I can create, test and evaluate a secure tent structure. 

I can use a compass and follow a map. 

Year 6 Autumn 1

Maths: Multi-step word problems

involving the four operations

Week 7 out of 8

 

Week 7 Objectives

 

To carry out calculations in the right order using the appropriate strategies.

To solve addition and subtraction multi-step word problems.

To solve addition and subtraction multi-step word problems.

To solve multi step problems including all four operations.

To solve problems involving rounding.

 

Year 6 Autumn 1

Maths: Long division and problem

involving all four operations

Week 6 out of 8

 

Week 6 Objectives

 

To calculate using long division.

To use long division in a context. 

To solve varied calculations using the efficient method.

To use the best strategy to solve varied calculation problems. 

To establish the best strategies to solve varied calculations.

Year 6 Autumn 1

Topic: Polar Regions

Genre: To persuade

Week 6 out of 8

Week 6 Objectives

 

I can describe how humans survive in the Arctic. 

I can compare the similarities and differences between explorers from the past and today. 

I can create an Arctic scene using chalk. 

Year 6 Autumn 1

Maths: Number lines.

Short written methods for the

four operations.

Week 5 out of 8

 

Week 5 Objectives

 

I can estimate numbers on a blank number line.

I can calculate with negative and positive integers using a horizontal and vertical number line.

I can add and subtract using the short-written method. 

I can multiply using written methods.

I can calculate using short division.

Year 6 Autumn 1

Topic: Polar Regions

Genre: To persuade

Week 5 out of 8

 

Week 5 Objectives

 

I can gather vocabulary for my letter.  

I can plan a persuasive letter. 

I can write a persuasive letter. 

I can edit and improve my writing. 

I can develop an arctic scene using chalk.

 

Year 6 Autumn 1

Maths: Place value, Rounding, and

Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100

and 1 000.

Week 4 out of 8

 

Week 4 Objectives

 

To use knowledge of Place Value to round numbers to the nearest whole number and 1 decimal place.

To round to the nearest significant figure.

To multiply whole and decimal numbers by 10, 100 and 1 000 efficiently.

To multiply whole and decimal numbers by 10, 100 and 1 000 efficiently. 

To multiply and divide whole and decimal numbers by 10, 100 and 1,000.

 

Year 6 Autumn 1

Topic: Polar Regions

Genre: To persuade

Week 4 out of 8

 

Week 4 Objectives

 

I can write a persuasive leaflet. 

I can edit and improve my writing. 

I can analyse the work of a famous artist.  

I can retell the key text.  

I can understand the contribution of significant historical explorers. 

Year 6 Autumn 1

Topic: Polar Regions

Genre: To persuade

Week 3 out of 8

 

Week 3 Objectives

 

I can identify, explain and analyse the features of a persuasive text. 

I can understand persuasive language.  

I can understand the impact global warming has on the Earth.

I can consider how to manage and sustain the environment. 

I can describe how animals have adapted to their environment. 

I can plan a persuasive leaflet. 

 

Year 6 Autumn 1

Maths: Place value and Rounding

Week 3 out of 8

Week 3 Objectives

 

To use an understanding of place value to subtract mentally.

To read Roman Numerals to 1000 (M) and investigate how these numbers are formed compared to the Hindu Arabic numeral system.

To round numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1,000.

To round numbers to the nearest 10,000, 100,000 and 1,000,000

To round numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, 10,000, 100, 000 and 1 million.

         

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