Year 6 LC

Year 6 Curriculum Map

Social emotional and mental health (having a voice), Lifelong learning (basic skills, independence, resilience), Aspirations, possibilities and responsibilities

 

Autumn Term 1

Autumn Term 2

 

Spring Term 1

Spring Term 2

Summer Term 1

Summer Term 2

Science

Animals including humans

All living things and their habitats

Evolution and inheritance

Evolution and Inheritance

Electricity  (Link to DT)

Light

Computing

Microsoft office skills to collect, analyse, evaluate and present data

Word –

Publisher –

Excel –

Power point

Link to maths – present data collected in a way that makes it easy for others to understand

 

E-safety

Using scratch, write a program that combines more than one attribute

E-Safety

Be aware of potential dangers of in using aspects of IT

Develop a sequenced program that has repetition and variables identified

E-Safety

 

Microsoft office skills to collect, analyse, evaluate and present data

Word –

Publisher –

Excel –

Power point

Link to maths – present data collected in a way that makes it easy for others to understand

 

E-Safety

Design algorithms that use repetition and 2-way selection

E-Safety

 

Develop a sequenced program that has repetition and variables identified

 

 

E-Safety

History

Ancient Egyptians

 

Industrial revolution

 

Twentieth century conflict

 

Geography

 

Local Fieldwork

 

 

Population

 

Globalisation

Art

Drawing skills- use a full range of pencils, charcoal or pastels when creating a piece of observational art

Know how to overprint to create different patterns – Glen Williams artwork as local artist (industrial)or Lowry

Use a range of e-resources to create art

Investigate the work of Lois Mailou Jones – know what media to use for maximum impact

Explain why different tools have been used to create art

To explain the style of art used and how children’s work has been influenced by an artist investigate the Baroque movement in architecture (Link to DT)

Use the work of Franz Marc (1880 – 1916) – to understand what a specific artist is trying to achieve in any given situation

Explain why specific chosen techniques have been used and know how to use feedback and make ammendments

Sculpture

DT

Food technology

Use market research to inform plans and ideas

Follow and refine plans

Food technology

Link to art

Food technology Use electrical systems correctly and accurately to enhance a given product (links to Science)

Use knowledge to improve a made product by strengthening, stiffening or reinforcing

RE

Christianity

Buddhism

Humanism

Humanism

Sikhism

Hinduism

PSHCE/British values/RSE

Being me in my world

Celebrating difference

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Relationships

Changing me

Music

Charanga

Vocal coach and music theory

Charanga

Vocal coach and music theory

Charanga

Vocal coach and music theory

Charanga

Vocal coach and music theory

Charanga

Vocal coach and music theory

Charanga

Vocal coach and music theory

French

La Jolie Ronde

Classroom routines

Clothes

Opinions

La Jolie Ronde

Family

Quantifiers

Adjectives relating to family

 

La Jolie Ronde

Occupations

Family members

French songs

La Jolie Ronde

Where I live and rooms in a house

Adjectives – relating to houses

 

La Jolie Ronde

Prepositions

Repeat requests

DoTW, MoTW

Aller verb

La Jolie Ronde

Write a letter

Transport

Holidays

PE

Functional Fitness - Agility

Netball (Featherstone Rovers)

Functional Fitness – Strength and Fitness

Football (Featherstone Rovers)

Functional Fitness - Reaction

Tchoukball

Functional Fitness – Running Speed

Rugby

Functional Fitness - Balance

Rugby (De Lacy coach)

Functional Fitness – Hand Eye

Athletics (De Lacy coach)

Visits/Visitors

 

Visit to Fairburn Ings (link to Geography)

 

 

Trip to Eureka

 

Residential to Derbyshire Crowden

Visit to Countryside Live Ledston Estate (only Academy councillors)