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Year 6

BIKEABILITY

The year 6 week for cycle training starts on 17th January 2022.  There will be an accompanying letter with more details about what the children will need.  Please see the Bikeability website as well for more information:

Cycle Training for Children - About Cycle Training | Bikeability

 

Parents must fill in the form below to indicate the proficiency of your child at cycling along with other details.

https://forms.gle/DEGiR2tFjgcBsd9o9

Welcome to Year 6

Welcome to Year 6! We are looking forward to a great year ahead together.

 

Year 6 Team

Mrs Llewellyn / Miss Harris - 6L

Miss York - 6Y

Mrs Hooper - Teaching Assistant

PPA cover - Mrs Cowin 6Y and Mrs Hooper 6L

 

 

 

Your child's teacher's email addresses should you need to get in touch with us...

jllewellyn@mvps.org.uk / lharris@mvps.org.uk

kyork@mvps.org.uk

If you find yourself having to self-isolate Year 6, please find below some activities that you can work through at home. Of course, you can still do your spelling frame, TT Rockstars and independent reading. You can also access a range of subjects through BBC Bitesize KS2. 

Year 6 have been learning the rules of angles in maths. We used these rules to solve a missing angle challenge! Who was the best angle detective?

We decorated tiles in year 6 to cheer up the garden for the residents of Torr Care Home thanks to Rosie's mum

In year 6 during science we have learnt all about classification using liquorice allsorts!

We made some beautiful Moths to be displayed at the COP26 conference in Glasgow...

Welcome to Year 6 Letter

Spring Term 2022 NEWSLETTER

Spring Term Victorian Homework

In This Spring Term, the topics your child will be covering are:

Science (Heart and the Circulatory System plus healthy Me)

History (The Victorians)

ICT (Spreadsheets)

Art (Victorian Artists)

DT (Brunel Bridge Building)

MFL (Let's Visit A Town)

Dance (Victorian-themed Dance routines)

Games (Hockey with Barry)

Gymnastics (Group work)

Music (Musical notation)

 

In English, we will be practising SPaG concents for Grammar and Spelling, alongside the texts for Writing and Reading: 

Shackleton's Journey

Percy Jackson and The Lightning Thief

Street Child

Charles' Dickens

 

In Maths, we will be practising the concepts of Arithmetic Methods and Reasoning Questions, in preparation for the SATs in May, alongside:

Angles

Properties of Circles

Pie Charts

Algebra

 

 

 

Here is a quick overview of our topics for the year:

 

Autumn Term - 'The Big Bang' Evolution, Adaptation and Volcanoes

Spring Term - 'It's a Hard Knock Life' The Victorians, Circulatory System and Healthy Me

Summer Term - 'Spitfires and Sweethearts' World War 2, Light and Electricity and Sex Education

 

 

 

RE Overview of Objectives

At Manadon Vale, RE is taught to give every child the opportunity to explore the big questions about life, to find out what people believe and what difference this makes to their lives. Pupils gain the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to handle questions raised by religion and belief and to reflect on their own ideas and ways of living.

 

In Key Stage 1 and 2, we follow the Plymouth Agreed Syllabus for RE. The principal religions and non-religious worldviews represented in the UK are covered taught through 'Key Questions'. These key questions are explored through the study of sacred texts, through creative arts, with visiting speakers and visits to places of worship and with lively discussion and debate.

 

In Year 6 the key questions are:

 

 

What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today? 

Why do Christians believe Jesus was the Messiah? (Incarnation) 

Creation and Science: conflicting or complementary?

 

 

Why do some people believe in God and some people not?

 

 

What matters most to Humanist and Christians? 

How does faith help when life gets hard?
 

 

English

'Grammar Toolkit' explained for Parents

If you would like to practise your spellings with on-line games, visit SPELLING FRAME and click on YEAR 5/6
Maths
If you would like to practise any maths skills with an on-line game, please visit MATHS FRAME - especially good for times tables!
There are lots more fun games to help you to learn on the Kids' Zone page! Take a look and have a go!
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