William Levick Primary School

William Levick
Primary School

Year 6

Good bye Year 6! We will miss you and wish you all the best at secondary school!

 

Previous home learning ideas

Under The Sea home learning ideas

Sports and healthy lifestyle

Y5_Y6 Deserts.pdf

Y5_Y6_Rainforests.pdf

 Y6_previous_home_learning.pdf

Spring

Year 6 are stepping back into the Anglo-Saxon and Viking times this half term, building on from our Autumn topic by discovering who invaded the British Isles and what impact this had on Britain. 

In English we are using the wonderful picture book 'The Arrival' by Shaun Tann, to write recounts, letters and narratives, which include a flashback. The children are also enjoying reading the book 'Once' by Morris Gleitzman during whole class reading.

                                          

In science, we are investigating electrical circuits and have even tried making a working intruder alarm. 

In art, we are using ideas from the artist Dale Chihuly to create our own 3D sculptures using wire and tissue paper. The class are also looking forward to having a visit from the art department at Dronfield Henry Fanshawe School.

                   

Autumn

We have had a wonderful start to Year 6. The children are enjoying learning about pre-historic life in our topic 'Stone Age to Iron Age'. So far we have compared different homes, food and tools used in these times. 

On Monday 23rd September we went on a trip to Creswell Crags, where we experienced life as a person living in the Stone Age. This including examining bones from prehistoric animals and learning how to survive in the Stone Age era. 

Our current book is 'Boy at the Back of the Class by Onjali Q Rauf which the class are really enjoying, especially exploring the themes related to refugees.

In maths, we have moved onto calculating using the four operations and in science the current topic is Evolution, which links perfectly to our history topic.

Below is a link to our autumn newsletter, which gives important information for the year ahead:

Y6_newsletter_autumn_2019.pdf