Year 6 Long Term Plan

Year 6 2017/18 HT1 HT2 HT3 HT4 HT5 HT6
English Reports Story openings
Narrative
Diary entry
Diary entry
Explanation
 
Persuasion Instructions
Newspaper report
 
Report
 
 
Newspaper article
 
 
 
Maths Place value
Addition
Subtraction
Problem solving
Mental strategies
Place value
Multiplication
Division
Fractions
Place value
Fractions, decimals percentages
Measures
Statistics
Place Value
Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
Problem solving
Place Value
Fractions
Geometry, position and direction
 
Application ok skills in number puzzles and games
Science Health and Lifestyles
Children find out about the circulatory systems in humans and recognise the impact of diet and lifestyle on the ways their bodies function.
 
Light and shadows The eye
The children learn about the properties of light and how our eyes depend on it for sight.
Electricity
Children learn about how circuits are put together and analyse the success of different circuits
 
Working with solutions
Children learn about the water cycle and how water is cleaned.
Darwin Evolution and Adaptation
Children learn that living things have changed over time and how fossils provide information about living things that inhabited the Earth millions of years ago.
Classification of plants and animals
Children learn about how and why animals are classified in a variety of ways.
Science investigation Heart rates
Children ask and answer questions about their resting heart rates. “Whose heart rate recovers quickest and why?”
Light
How do shadows change during the day? What affects the density of a shadow?
Electricity
To investigate what effects the brightness of a bulb/loudness of a buzzer.
Clean water
Children make filters to clean water
Investigating adaptation
Children investigate how plants and fruits have adapted to their environments.
Classification
Children investigate different ways of classifying plants and animals.
History Industrial revolution and health in Bradford       Darwin’s voyages
Children learn about Charles Darwin and the significance of his voyages.
Technological developments since WW2 (research project)
The children learn about how technology has changed over time especially over the last 100 years.
Geography UK cities, regions and features   Biomes, Time zones and atlas work
Children learn about biomes and their key attributes. They use a range of maps and atlases to identify the position and significance of the topics and lines of longitude and latitude.
    World industry and trade links Grid references compass points map work
Children look at how land use differs around the world and how it has changed over time.
Computing e-Safety
Children learn about how to keep themselves safe online and what it is and is not acceptable to share on the internet.
Media
Children use modelling programmes to create representations of real life objects.
e-Safety
Children learn about how to keep themselves safe online and what it is and is not acceptable to share on the internet
Computer Science
Children create and debug programmes involving sensors.
 
Data Handling
Children will use technology to represent and interpret data in a variety of ways.
Information Literacy
Children will use the internet to research topics they are interested in. They will evaluate validity of the information found.
Art and Design Self Portraits
Children combine different mediums to create split self-portraits.
  Biomes collage
Children use collage to create representations of biomes
Water and ice
The children use ice and water to create interesting effects in paint.
Observational drawing
Children emulate Darwin and make realistic representation of animals and plants.
 
Design and Technology Healthy Food
Children will design, make and evaluate a healthy dish.
Periscopes
Children design and build periscopes that use mirrors to change the direction of light.
  STEM festival
Children will design and make items to solve a given problem.
   
RE Pilgrimage Initiation rites Special People
 
 
MFL
Colours and Countries
Children learn more about French colours and the names of counties.
 
Instructions
Children look at French classroom instruction and use them in context.
  Family
Children will learn language to discuss their family.
 
PE
Sports Hall Athletics
Children take part in a variety of modified track and field activities. Some children will take part in competitions against other schools.
Tag Rugby
Children play Tag Rugby thinking about the key elements of ball control, communication and movement.
Gymnastics
The children experiment with movement and balance.
Dance
Children will learn the Haka dance.
Striking and fielding games
Children play a range of games focusing on striking and fielding skills.
Outdoor and adventurous activities
Children will work as a team to improve problem solving and orienteering skills.
Music Livin’ On A Prayer Happy Classroom Jazz 2 Fresh Prince of Bel Air Make You Feel My Love Reflect, Rewind and Replay
PHSCE Health
Children will learn about drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) and their risks.
Risk
Children will learn how to stay physically and emotionally safe.
Identity (Puberty)
Children look at the changes that are taking place inside their bodies.
Economic
Children will learn about the role money plays in their own and others’ lives.
Risk
Children will learn how to stay physically and emotionally safe.
 
Relationships and citizenship
Children will learn about different relationships and how to maintain them. They will learn about what makes a good citizen.
Trips and Visits IMPS
The children take a trip to the hospital to find out more about how they can look after themselves and others.
Stay safe Odsel
Children will learn a lot of practical ways to keep themselves safe.
National Media Museum
The children visit the NMM to a range of light and shadow workshops.
Treasure Island Drama workshops
Children will participate in drama workshops based on the classic story of Treasure Island.
Thwaites water Mill.
 
Water Aid Visitor
Buddhist Visitor
 
MAGNA Science museum
Children will learn about forensic science.
IMAX
Children will watch a film about Inventions.
 
Black hills camping trip
 
 


 BRI

This half term, we went to BRI to learn more about how to keep ourselves safe by attending the Injury Minimisation Program for Schools. We learnt a lot about how to keep ourselves safe and what to do when we find someone who has been injured.

Children practising the CPR procedure (DRS ABC) on Auntie Joan.


Newlands Mill Disaster

We also studied some local history, this half term, by exploring the Newlands Mill Disaster which occurred in West Bowling, in 1882. The topic touched our hearts and the details of the sorry incident will always be remembered.

Children produced a poster, using Pic Collage, to summarise the events.

Children wrote reports about the events that occurred, in West Bowling, in 1882.

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