Throughout the year pupils will be expected to respond to a wide range of literature with their own thoughts and ideas, both verbally and in writing.
They will be studying passages from a Shakespeare play as well as classic fiction and poetry.
They will look at a range of poetic forms including haikus, limericks and riddles and learn to compare works by different children’s authors.
Non-fiction reading will include biographies, autobiographies, diaries, journalistic writing and non-chronological reports.
By the end of Year 6 the pupils will have had opportunities to summarise a passage, chapter or text in a specified number of words and to comment critically on the language, style and success of examples of non-fiction.
The pupils should be confident in their use of a variety of spelling strategies including using prefixes, suffixes and common letter strings, applying their knowledge of spelling rules and exceptions and building words from other known words.
They will have a weekly spelling test based at two or three levels. Sentence structure and punctuation will be an important focus and by the end of Year 6 the expectations are that pupils will be confident in their abilities to form and to use a wide range of punctuation.
Pupils will be encouraged to read as often and form as wide a range of literature as possible.
Maths / Numeracy
Geography, the topic areas covered in Geography in Year 6 are:
In History we concentrate on two periods, Ancient Greece and Britain since 1930’s.
I.C.T. The topic areas covered in I.C.T in Year 6 are:
P.H.S.E. The topic areas covered in P.S.H.E. in Year 6 are:
Science, the topic areas covered in Science in Year 6 are:
St Anthony´s College, Camino de Coin,
Km. 5,25 Mijas Costa – Málaga.