Year 6 2021 - 2022

 

 

 

51F45AC5-E885-46CB-AD11-295801E1172A.jpegWelcome to Year 6

We hope your children have a wonderful time in their final year! Here is some information that you may find useful.

***Please ensure that your child has wellies and a P.E kit in school.***

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Staff

Class Teacher - Mrs Turner

PPA Cover Teacher - Mr Whiteman

 

Timetable 
Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday Friday 
Collective Worship
English English English English Maths
Reading Reading Reading Reading Reading
Playtime
Maths Maths Maths Maths Violins
Lunchtime
Spelling Handwriting Spelling Spelling Mile walk/run
Humanities Music
Science

Art/DT Computing
Dance RE

Reading:

Children can select their own reading book from our class or whole school library. Children will be heard read as often as possible in school but we encourage them to read a few pages every night at home. Please record when your child has read to you in their reading record. The children also have access to ReadingPlus, we would like for the children to aim to access this for 5 minutes each weekday evening and they will be given time in school, regular use of this site will give them the opportunity to extend their understanding of different types of text, vocabulary and comprehension.

Please make sure your child brings in their reading record and reading books to school everyday. 

 

English

Our English lessons are based on a half termly book.

To begin this half term we will be reading a book in keeping with our whole school topic, An Eagle in the Snow by Michael Morpurgo.

We will then begin to look at our pathways to write book, Can we Save the Tiger? producing a hybrid text which will include information and explanation. 

Maths

Below are the areas of maths that we will be covering this half term:

•Place value.
•Mental and written methods for addition and subtraction.
•Mental and written methods for multiplication and division.
•Problem solving and reasoning.
 

Science - Why is the heart the most important pump in the body?

Children will examine the circulatory system, identifying its main parts, describing the functions of the heart and blood, describing the ways in which the nutrients and water are transported within the human body and recognising the impact of diet and exercise on the way the body functions.

Humanities- Can any war be justified?

Children will travel back in time to learn about the eevents that led to the outbreak of the First World War, what life was like for soldiers in the trenches, World War I poetry and the importance of Remembrance Day.

 

 

 

 

R.E. 

Our Christian value this half term is friendship.

Children will learn about life as a journey and how Christians prepare for Christmas.

P.E. 

Children will be taking part in dance lessons with a specilaist teacher.

 ICT 

Children will have use of the in-class computers and iPads. We will be developing knowledge of the risks of their online lives and skills when using online services .

Music

In Music the children will be following a programme called Charanga. The unit they will cover is called Happy. The children will explore Pop and Motown and think about what makes them happy while learning new songs and playing a selection of instruments.

The children will also be taking part in violin lessons with a specialist teacher.

 

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Hale CEPrimary School

Contact Us

Hesketh Road, Hale, Liverpool L24 4AN

Contact

Suzanne Mullarkey | School Office Manager

0151 425 3023

sec.hale@halton.gov.uk

SENCO

Yvonne Buckley

Headteacher

Mrs Emma Fenton

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