Jaguars (Yr 6)
Welcome to the Jaguars!
The class teacher is Mrs Carberry
Please click on the following link to view the curriculum map for The Jaguars Year 6 Curriulum Map
This half term our topic is Asia and we are investigating ‘Can we save the tigers?’
In the second half term our topic is Powerful Britain and we are investigating ‘Was Britain too powerful?’
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Our school values are respect, resilience and responsibility .
In our assemblies this term our British Values will link to our school values of respect, resilience and responsibility. We will be looking primarily at Rule of Law and Mutual Respect.
In class we will focus on the British Values of Individual Liberty when looking at the life of Olaudah Equiano as a slave and modern slavery, and mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith through our RE where we will be understand how Hindus worship and their beliefs.
One of the seven outcomes we would like from our curriculum is for the children to develop their understanding of what is means to live in a diverse society such as Britain.
To support that this term, we will be:
- exploring the life of Olaudah Equiano, a slave in the British Empire who played a pivotal role in the abolition of slavery in Britain
- discussing the colonisation of Australia
- looking at modern slavery in Britain today supported by a police officer in this field
- if possible, visiting the slavery museum in Liverpool
- understanding the importance of worship in Hinduism and their beliefs
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Parent Support Booklets
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