Work for children in Year 6
Throughout Key Stages One and Two children we teach the National Curriculum and this is taught through topics. All children are taught Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar on a daily basis.
We teach phonics through Letters and Sounds and develop reading skills through specifically targeted age appropriate books. We do not follow one particular reading scheme but ensure children have a range of good quality books.
Maths is taught through the Inspire Maths programme.
The Science curriculum is based on the Kent Scheme of Work.
The PE Curriculum is based on the scheme ‘The Power of P.E.’
Each class in Key Stage 2 is taught French on a weekly basis.
RE is taught using the Kent Agreed Syllabus 2017 -2022. In addition to collective worship, 5% of the school’s annual timetable is dedicated to RE.
During Year 6 pupils look at the following key questions: ‘What do religions say to us when life gets hard?’, ‘Is it better to express your religion in arts and architecture or in charity and generosity?’ and ‘What matters most to Christians and Humanists?’
For more details about each subject please visit the National Curriculum link. If you would like more information about our curriculum, then please ask the class teacher.