||Year 6 English Overview
||Year 6 Maths Objectives
||Interdependence and adaptation
More about dissolving
Reversible and irreversible changes
|Forces in action
How we see things
||All Arabic speaking students will follow an Arabic for Arabs course and all non-Arab students will follow an Arabic for foreigners course. Both courses are set annually by the Ministry of Education.
||The Artist Hundertwasser
Printing based on a design developed from drawing
|Still life drawing and painting
||Storage Bucket Project.
|Sweet & Savoury Food Products.
Creative Design Tasks.
Presenting oneself, family and pets, opinions, languages, nationalities, leisure activities.
Dictionary skills and sentence structures.
|Weather, clothing, directions and locations in a town
||Food, food shopping, likes and dislikes, present tense verb forms
||Map work and skills
||A locality in a country that is less economically developed – Imlil,Morocco
||An environmental issue
||Britain in the 1930s
||The Anglo Saxons and Vikings
||Multimedia presentation using Powerpoint and Slideshow and 2Simple
||Spreadsheet modelling Control and monitoring using Excel, 2Simple and 2Calculate
Using Internet – favourite lists and bookmarks to access information and history
Prep for SATs
||All Muslim students, Arab and non-Arab, will follow two separate programmes as set annually by the Ministry of Education.
|Kuwait Social Studies
||Geographical location and physical features of Arabian Penisula. Map work. Plants and birds of the region.
||Origins of Kuwait and early inhabitants. Establishment of GCC. Discovery of oil and its impact on the region.
||Importance of pearling and the fishing industry in the Arabian Gulf. Kuwaiti lifestyle. Imports. Kuwait Airways. Reef ecology.
||Exploring rounds (2)
Exploring sound sources (2)
|Song writing ââ‚¬â€œ melody and lyrics
Exploring rhythm and pulse
|Stars hide your fires ââ‚¬â€œ performing together
Musical processes (2)
|PE & Games