Year 6 Curriculum
A very warm welcome to our Year 6 page.
Here we all are - raring to go!
Miss Smith (6AS) and Mrs Arnold (6SA) are supported by Mrs Pyne in Year 6.
Miss Smith, Mrs Pyne & Mrs Arnold
In their final year with us at All Saints’ Church of England Junior School, our pupils work hard and play hard too. Our exciting educational programme includes: our inaugral residential trip to Normandy, France in November where the children will practise their French speaking and understanding skills and experience a variety of French food and culture. We will also be visiting the Somme battle grounds and memorials as we develop our WW1 topic learning and remember the fallen. On our return, Year 6 will receive 4 sessions of WW1 Drama provided by Mrs Whitfield of Whitworks Drama - we will be exploring the concept of 'aliens' to help us inform and enrich our Year 6 writing.
In the spring, we will be learning about Antarctica and carrying out some scientific investigations with the help of the International Polar Foundation who will be visiting Year 6 for a special Antarctica Day.
Later in the year we hope to enjoy a trip to nearby Chatsworth House.
As well as our rich academic curriculum, Year 6 pupils are thoroughly prepared, during their final year, for their onward journey to secondary education; organisation and time management skills are honed and our final term PSHE based topic explores the changes that occur during puberty and growing up.
Please take a look around to see what we’ve been getting up to!
If you have any questions about our Year 6 curriculum, please don’t hesitate to come and have a chat with us.