St.Wilfrid's CE Primary School, Calverton, Notts. NG14 6FG
Tel: 0115 9652775
Developing Christian values and attitudes of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, humility, gentleness, self control...
Welcome to Year 6
We will be looking at two books in English this term. First we will study Viing Boy by Tony Bradman which will link to the work we are doing in history. In the second half term, we will read the fabulous Skellig by David Almond. In addition to these books we wll also read, for pleasure High Rise Mystery by Sharna Jackson and The Boy at the Back of the Class by Onjali Q. Rauf.
Why not practise your maths skills using this fun maths game from the BBC:
Mathematica needs your help ...
Choose a character, then add, subtract, divide and multiply your way to victory in this fun maths game.
Challenge yourself across 10 different KS2 maths topics from the Mysterious Mountains of Multiplication to the Deadly Sea of Shapes. If you're feeling really brave, test your maths abilities in the Battle for Mathematica.
Are you ready to take on the Times Table trials? Put your times table knowledge to the test by answering questions against the clock.
Battle courageously and you'll be rewarded with many great riches to apply to your character.
Try out this great maths game by clicking on the dragon image.
This term we will be studying the Vikings. We will seek to gain knowledge of this era and how it shaped the United Kingdom by answering these questions:
What image do we have of the Vikings?
Why have the Vikings gained such a bad reputation?
How did the Vikings try to take over the country and how close did they get?
How have recent excavations changed our view of the Vikings?
What can we learn about Viking settlement from a study of place-name endings?
Raiders or settlers: how should we remember the Vikings.
This half term we will be exploring about evolution and inheritance. We will learn:
to recognise that living things have changed over time and that fossils provide information about living things that inhabited the Earth millions of years ago.
to recognise that living things produce offspring of the same kind, but normally offspring vary and are not identical to their parents.
to identify how animals and plants are adapted to suit their environment in different ways and that adaptation may lead to evolution.
Click on the images below to take a look at our unit knowledge organiser and useful website to get a head start!