World War I
This leaflet contains curriculum information for the coming term. Please support your child where you can. If you would like more information please get in touch via Class Dojo.
Mrs Watson and Mrs Strode
Key Dates for the Diary
P.E— 6W Mondays 6S—Wednesdays (school P.E kit)
Bank Holidays—01.05.23 (May Day) and 08.05.23 (King’s Coronation)
Half Term— 29.05.23—02.06.23
Sports Day—06.07.23 (9:15 parents invited)
End of Year Reports—14.07.23
Y6 Leaver’s Production and Assembly—21.07.23
End of Term—21.07.23
The pupils will receive every week:
- A piece of reading homework
- A piece of SPaG homework
- A piece of maths homework
It is vital that the homework is completed on SATS companion, so feedback can be given in class. ALL children have had their logins and a letter home to parents with the details too.
It is also important that you hear your child read on a regular basis, ideally this would be for a minimum of 10 minutes at least 3 times per week. Please record when you have heard your child read in their reading record book.
SATS revision guides might also be useful to continue to prepare children for SATS and the transition to Year 7. Many are available in book shops and on Amazon. CGP guides are recommended.
What will our curriculum look like over the next 3 months?
We will be reading 'The Amazing Tale of Ali Pasha' by Michael Foreman
We will study the following texts and genres:
- Play scripts
Our Maths topics are going to be :
Transition to Y7 application
In Science we will be studying Chemistry, with a focus on 'Materials and their Properties'.
Transition to Y7 investigations
- Propaganda in WWI.
- The triggers for the outbreak of war.
- As tudy into the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente.
- Trench life and warfare.
Location of the countries involved in war.
Interdependence between allied nations.
Political climate post-war.
Construction - woodwork
May - July focuses on transition, mental health and well-being and preparing the children for their transition to high school.
This includes transition mornings at the High Schools.
Athletics and fitness
World War 2
'Learning Outside The Classroom' is part and parcel of everything we do at Lyng Primary School. However, some key moments that will take us beyond our classroom walls over the next 4 months are:
- Camping Sleepover at School
- Forest school
- COJO missions
-Spontaneous outdoor learning in our local community