Year 6


Welcome to Year 6!

Welcome back to your first term, in your final year at Grove Vale! 

 

Cherry, scarlet, burgundy, crimson... blood flows through the body in all shades of red.

It's time for us to explore the circulatory system!

 

Now Year 6, get your surgeon hats on - caps should I say! Don't be squeamish as we begin to look at the circulatory system up close. Yes... this does mean we're going to be dissecting hearts! 


Our new topic this term is "Blood Heart". The focus is on Science this term, we will be looking at the different elements that help us to function. We will examine veins, arteries and chambers of the heart up close! 

 

William Harvey

We will be researching and learning about William Harvey, who was a         famous scientist in relation to the circulatory system. 

Can you find out more about him and his work?

Why will he be important in our topic?

  

 

 

In other subjects we will be looking at non-chronological reports, poetry, modelling and sculpture, data, keeping our heart healthy and much more! 



Want to find out more? Here are some useful links:

Science Kids
Heart facts

BBC Bitezsize
Circulation

BBC Science Clips
The Heart

Famous Scientists
Karl Landsteiner

Give Blood website


DAY THINGS TO REMEMBER
Monday 6C - Swimming (full kit needed)
Wednesday Weekly homework handed in (maths and English)
Thursday PE both classes (full kit needed)
Friday

Spelling test

Weekly homework handed out

6H - swimming (full kit needed)

Remember, all reading books, records and PE kits should be in school every day. 


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