Key Term Topic

Outdoor learning space

Researching what makes the optimum learning environment

Choosing the best options.

Experiments linked to the key factors on making an optimum learning environment – sound, light, oxygen levels and temperature.

Writing to key people to request help or advice.

Possible fundraising.

Meeting experts and asking questions to help design and create the perfect outdoor learning environment.

Related Documents

Key Subject Focus

Literacy – narrative story for sharing with Year 4, letters linked to topic, poetry, explanation texts based on the residential and activity week

Maths – place value – ordering and rounding whole numbers and decimals, addition and subtraction of whole numbers and decimals – word problems and reasoning based on these areas

Art – next half term – war art

Computing – online safety

DT – next half term upcycling make do and mend– making items of the outdoor learning space

Geography – next half term Map work – identifying countries involved in WW2 – compare where they are to each other and how that had an impact on the direction of the war.

History – next half term – How war affects children (WW2, refugees today)

Music – next half term – war songs

RE – next half term – Judaism

PE – basketball & tag rugby

PSHE – Getting along together, conflict and resolving it, how to be a team – understanding the roles and work better as a team

Science – linked to topic experiments on sound levels, light levels, temperature and air quality

 

Year 6 Work