Welcome to Year 6!
Welcome to the Summer term of Year 6.
This term our topic is 'Citius, Altius, Fortius', our learning will be inspired by Ancient Greece. We will study the ancient Olympics, delve into the world of mythical creatures, discover what life was like in ancient Greece and immerse ourselves in the fantastical tales of Greek myths. Our class novel is 'Who let the gods out' by Maz Evans.
See below for out letter to parents and curriculum poster.
Welcome to the Spring term of Year 6. This term our topic is 'Down in the Jungle'. We will be studying the continent of South America and learning about the Amazon rainforest. We will also 'visit' Brazil to learn samba music and 'take a trip' to Peru to look at Peruvian Arpillera collage. This term we will be studying the novel 'Running Wild' by Michael Morpurgo which tells the tale of a boy who gets lost in the jungle with an elephant.
Autumn term 2017
This term our topic is Shh... The Walls have ears. This is a study of World War 2 and its effect on Plymouth and our local area. This topic has a historical focus, as we uncover hidden war time treasures that have been discovered in our local area. We will also have a geography link, as we study the impact of the war on the whole world. In art, we will be inspired by the artist L.S Lowry.
Welcome to the Summer Term of Year 6. This term out project is called:
All Aboard! The rise and Fall of The British Seaside.
Click on the links below to read this term's curriculum letter and to see our curriculum poster about what we will be learning.
Dates for your diary:
June 15th Trip to Paignton
June 20th Trip to The Royal Navy Heritage Centre
June 23rd Junior Life Skills event
July 13th Outdoor Adventure Activities Day- we will not return to school until 4.45pm.
Read Below if you want to find out about what we got up to in the Spring Term.:
This term our topic is called
'The Winds of Change'.
Read below if you want to find out about what we got up to in the Autumn term!
We have a trip to the synagogue in Plymouth and a trip to the Immersive Vision Theatre at Plymouth University planned.
Below is a copy of the letter for the Immersive Vision Theatre.