To live happily, love unconditionally and learn enthusiastically with Jesus by our side

Year 6 Curriculum from September 2018

Welcome to Year 6   -  September 2018 to July 2019

 Class Teacher: Deanne Richardson 

HLTA:   Mrs Karen Beaney

    Year 6 (and Y5)  Spelling list.  

Click HERE to view the spellings for Year 6 children to learn. 
Year 6 curriculum overview Autumn Term 2018

  The Daily Routine            


Register and Early Bird


Guided reading or spellings


First group- Literacy or Numeracy




Second group-Literacy or Numeracy

11.55 – 12.40pm



Register & Snappy Maths

1pm – 2pm

Science, Creative Curriculum, PE, Music or French

Science, Creative Curriculum, PE, Music or French






Read, write , order and compare numbers up to 10,000,000

Add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals.

Draw 2D shapes and construct 3D shapes.

Calculate the area of parallelograms and triangles.


Add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions.

Illustrate and name parts of a circle.

Solve problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Solve problems involving fractions and decimals.

Summer 1

Revise for SAT’s.

Use simple formulae.

Solve problems involving ratio and proportion.

Describe positions on the full coordinate grid.

Interpret and construct pie charts.

We will be continuing our Snappy Maths.

This is a 15 minute rapid session after Lunch time to get our brains back into gear.  WE LOVE IT!!!!!!

Round to nearest 10

Round to nearest 100

x 10

÷ 2


Odd or Even?

X 2



What would you + to make 100?

What would – to make 20?


We are trying very hard with our handwriting in preparation for SATs and we are taking great care in our exercise books

so that Mrs. Harrison is proud of us.

In Literacy Year 6 will be working on The War Horse, written by Michael Morpurgo. Throughout the Autumn Term, the story is used as a stimulus for literacy lessons.  Children will be writing newspapers, autobiographies, biographies, letters home etc.  During the Spring Term, children will be reading Goodnight Mr Tom and in the final term of Year six, they will read Kensuke’s Kingdom. 

In addition to all this, Year 6 will also have a two week creative curriculum unit following up our magnificent whole school trip to see the lion king! This will involve finding out about political as well as everyday life in a contrasting locality as well as working with artists making African jewellery! HAKUNA MATATA!