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Term 1

We have produced 'Knowledge Organisers' for some of our projects this term.  You can find the links to them below. 

Please use these to revise key knowledge with your children at home.



In English, we will begin the term by revising some of our prior learning. We will focus on sentence structure (including simple, compound and complex sentence structures) and word classes. 


We will then begin a non-fiction unit about non-chronological reports. These report will be written about animals and how they have adapted to suit the environments within which they live.


Finally, we will finish the term with some suspense writing. We will use the local area as settings for our own spooky tales. 




Year 6

This term, we will be exploring numbers up to 10,000,000. We will begin by learning how to read and write these numbers. Then, we will learn about the place value of each digit and how we can use this information to order, compare, calculate and problem solve. 




In our science project this term, we shall be learning about evolution and inheritance. 

By the end of this unit we will:

  • Know how the Earth and living things have changed over time 

  • Know how fossils can be used to find out about the past 

  • Know about reproduction and offspring (recognising that offspring normally vary and are not identical to their parents)

  • Know how animals and plants are adapted to suit their environment 

  • Link adaptation over time to evolution 

  • Know about evolution and can explain what it is


RE- Being Human: Islam

This term, we will learn about Islam. We will know and remember: 


  • Know the meanings of the Arabic words ‘abd (servant of God), Khalifa (regent) and Shariah (straight path) and what they mean to Muslims

  • Know the names of the Five Pillars of Islam and the practices that relate to each

  • Know the importance of family life to Muslims and how the Qur’an teaches about this 

  • Know that Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) is an example to Muslims through the Hadith

  • Know about Muslim charities and how they connect to Muslim beliefs




In Geography, we are learning about North and South America.


We will: 

  • Locate the USA and Canada on a world map and atlas. 
  • Locate and name the main countries in South America on a world map and Atlas
  • Know the key differences between living in the UK and in a country in South America referring to physical and human features
  • Know the features of a rainforest 
  • Know what deforestation is and it’s environmental impact
  • Use maps, atlases, globes and digital/computer mapping to locate countries and describe features studied 
  • Use the eight points of a compass, and six-figure grid references, symbols and key (including the use of Ordnance Survey maps)



PSHE- Mental Health

We will: 

  • know strategies to respond to feelings including intense or conflicting feelings. I know how to manage and respond to feelings appropriately and proportionally in different situations. 
  • know that mental health, just like physical health, is part of daily life and strategies and behaviours that support mental health (including limiting the use of technology, good quality sleep, physical exercise and time outdoors, being involved in the community, doing things for others, clubs, activities, hobbies, spending time with family and friends, mindfulness). 
  • recognise that anyone can experience mental ill health and that most difficulties can be resolved with help and support. I know that discussing feelings with a trusted adult is important. 
  • know how to recognise warning signs about mental health and wellbeing and how to seek support for myself and others. 


Knowledge Organisers

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