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Year 6 Term 1 Maths Yearly Planner

Wk Topic Strand & ACARA Concepts Thinking and


Sub-strand working
1 Data collection Statistics & Probability Interpret and compare § Data can be collected categorically and numerically to Find,
§ Data a range of data displays, including side- serve a purpose distinguish,
representation by-side column graphs for two § Data can be displayed in multiple ways, including construct,
and categorical variables (ACMSP147 - diagrams, graphs and tables. record,
interpretation Scootle ) § There are different methods of presentation data, each represent &
have their merits depending on what you are trying to interpret
illustrate.

2-3 Properties of Number and Algebra Identify and describe properties of § A prime number is a whole number greater than one that Conjecturing,
prime and § Number and prime, composite, square and triangular cannot be made by multiplying other whole numbers, i.e identify,
composite place value numbers (ACMNA122 - Scootle ) only divisible by itself describe,
numbers § A composite number is a whole number than can be demonstrate,
made by multiplying other whole numbers, e.g 9 can be verify and justify
divided exactly by 1, 3 and 9
§ Visual representations such as arrays can be used to
understand and identify prime and composite numbers
§ Prime numbers only contain 1 rectangular array
meanwhile composite numbers contain more than one
rectangular array.
§ Prime and composite numbers can be used to solve
problems, e.g relating to fractions

4-5 Measurement Measurement and Select and apply efficient mental and § Different mental and written strategies can be applied to Conjecture,
(lengths) Geometry written strategies and appropriate solve problems involving small and large numbers, e.g explore,
§ Using units of digital technologies to solve problems partitioning, estimation, splitting, etc. decomposing
measurement involving all four operations with whole § Addition and subtraction is beyond whole numbers. multi digit
numbers (ACMNA123 - Scootle ) Students can add and subtract decimals to the nearest numbers, solve,
hundredth and beyond. communicate
Add and subtract decimals, with and § Decimals follow the same base ten unit as whole
without digital technologies, and use numbers
estimation and rounding to check § Hundredths are smaller than tenths, thousandths are
the reasonableness of smaller again.
answers (ACMNA128 - Scootle ) § When measuring length students need to ensure there
are no gaps or overlapping.

6-7 Multiplication & Number and Algebra Select and apply efficient mental and § Multiplication means ‘lots of’, ‘groups of’, ‘rows of’ or Explore,
Division of § Number and written strategies and appropriate ‘columns of’ decompose
decimals place value digital technologies to solve problems § Students can use skip counting (timetables) to solve multi digit
§ Fractions and involving all four operations with whole problems numbers, solve,
decimals numbers (ACMNA123 - Scootle ) § When calculating multiplication with decimals, it helps to communication
ignore the decimal point until the last step. The number of
Multiply decimals by whole numbers decimal places in the product must equal the number of
and perform divisions by non-zero decimal places in the factor.
whole numbers where the results are § Division means “how many” (groups, lots, rows or
terminating decimals, with and without columns)
digital technologies (ACMNA129 - § Arrays can be used to visually represent strategies
Scootle ) § The digits after the decimal place is referred to as the
remainders, in this case cents.
8 Predictions Probability & Statistics Compare observed frequencies across § Experiments can be used to predict likely outcomes from Conjecture,
§ Chance experiments with expected chance events explore, record
frequencies (ACMSP146 - Scootle ) § Students can use prediction to distinguish from surprising and justify
results
9- Position Number and Algebra Investigate everyday situations that use § An integer is a whole number than can be negative, Applying, using
10 (integers) § Number and integers. Locate and represent these positive or 0 mathematical
place value numbers on a number line (ACMNA124 § Temperatures can be used to investigate everyday models,
- Scootle ) situations reasoning and
§ Fractions represents part of a whole communicating
Compare fractions with related § Visual aid including drawings and models can be used to solutions
denominators and locate and represent demonstrate the equivalence between fractions
them on a number line (ACMNA125 - § Fractions can be displayed on a number line to help order
Scootle ) them in size

Year 6 Term 2 Maths Yearly Planner


Wk Topic Strand & ACARA Concepts Thinking and
Sub-strand working
1-2 Exploring Measurement & Connect decimal representations to the § The metric unit is a system of measuring with base units Explore, identify,
metric units Geometry metric system (ACMMG135 - Scootle ) including meter, litre and gram understand,
§ Using units of § Weight and size are different, i.e mass is about how apply and
measurement Multiply and divide decimals by powers heavy something is and not how much space it takes up, communicate
of 10 (ACMNA130 - Scootle ) e.g a baseball is small but heavier than a volleyball,
hence depends on what they are made from (science –
matter)
§ Measurements have equivalences, e.g length – metres
and centimetres
§ The metric system is based on multiples of 10
§ A power of 10 is the number 10 multiplied by itself by the
number of times indicated by the exponent
§ Powers of 10 can be used to multiply and divide
equivalences of measurements
3-4 Fractions Number and Algebra Solve problems involving addition and § Fractions are related if the denominator of one is a Explore, predict,
(addition and § Number and subtraction of fractions with the same multiple of another. apply,
subtraction) place value or related denominators (ACMNA126 - § Methods such as jumps on the number line or diagrams understand,
Scootle ) of fractions as parts of shapes can be used to model and solve problems
solve additive problems involving fractions. and
§ Equivalent fractions are alternative ways of writing the communicate
same fraction
§ Equivalent fractions can be made by multiplying or
dividing the numerator and denominator by the same
whole number.
§ Fractions can be simplified by dividing the numerator and
denominator by the same whole number.
§
5-6 Describing Statistics & Probability Describe probabilities using fractions, § A probability is a number that reflects the chance or Conjecture and
probabilities § Chance decimals and percentages (ACMSP144 likelihood that a particular event will occur. justify.
- Scootle ) § Fractions, decimals and percentages can be used to
represent probability of events occurring
§
Make connections between equivalent
fractions, decimals and
percentages (ACMNA131 - Scootle )

7-8 Order of Number and Algebra Explore the use of brackets and order § A probability is a number that reflects the chance or Explore,
operations § Patterns and of operations to write number likelihood that a particular event will occur. conjecture,
algebra sentences (ACMNA134 - Scootle ) § Fractions, decimals and percentages can be used to solve problems
represent probability of events occurring and justify your
Select and apply efficient mental and reasoning
written strategies and appropriate
digital technologies to solve problems
involving all four operations with whole
numbers (ACMNA123 - Scootle )

9- Patterns and Number and Algebra Identify and describe properties of § A triangular number are a pattern of numbers that form Explore, test,
10 transformations § Number and prime, composite, square and triangular equilateral triangles. Each subsequent number in the describe
place value numbers (ACMNA122 - Scootle ) sequence adds a new row of dots to the triangle. patterns and
§ Fractions and § Translations, rotations and reflections can change the generalise
decimals Investigate combinations of position and orientation but not shape or size relationships
translations, reflections and rotations, § Patterns increase and decrease in number between
with and without the use of digital numbers
technologies (ACMMG142 - Scootle ) 23

Continue and create sequences


involving whole numbers, fractions and
decimals. Describe the rule used to
create the sequence (ACMNA133 -
Scootle )

Year 6 Term 3 Maths Yearly Planner

Wk Topic Strand & ACARA Concepts Thinking and


Sub-strand working
1-2 Angles Measurement & Investigate, with and without digital § An angle is the union of two distinct rays with a Differentiate,
Geometry technologies, angles on a straight line, common endpoint called the vertex. Its sides are the describe,
§ Geometric angles at a point and vertically opposite rays understand and
reasoning angles. Use results to find unknown § There are five main types of angles; acute angles < apply
angles (ACMMG141 - Scootle ) 90°, right angles = 90°, 90° < obtuse < 180°, straight
angle = 180° and reflex angles > 180°
Identify and describe properties of prime, § Angles can be measured using a protractor
composite, square and triangular
numbers (ACMNA122 - Scootle )
3-4 Fractions of a Number and Algebra Find a simple fraction of a quantity where § In mathematics the word ‘of’ has a special meaning. Explore,
quantity § Fractions and the result is a whole number, with and When used with fractions it means multiplication understand,
decimals without digital technologies (ACMNA127 - § Division and fractions are very closely related and estimate, solve
Scootle ) are two equivalent ways of thinking about the same and prove.
problem.
5-6 Metric units Measurement & Convert between common metric units of § Students understand that mass and capacity are two Differentiate,
Geometry length, mass and capacity (ACMMG136 - separate units of measurement understand,
§ Using units of Scootle ) § Converting metric units using powers of ten involves apply, solve and
measurement moving the decimal point justify
Connect volume and capacity and their units § Capacity is the volume of a liquid an object can hold
of measurement (ACMMG138 - Scootle ) § Mass is a measurement of the amount of matter in
an object
Multiply and divide decimals by powers of § Length is a measurement of how long something is
10 (ACMNA130 - Scootle ) §

7-8 Fractions, Number and Algebra Make connections between equivalent § Any rational number, whether a fraction or a whole Explore,
decimals & § Fractions and fractions, decimals and number, can be written as a fraction, decimal or understand,
percentages decimals percentages (ACMNA131 - Scootle ) percent experiment,
§ To convert from percent to decimal divide by 100 and problem solve
remove the % sign (vice versa) and justify
§ To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the
numerator by the denominator
§ To convert from fraction to percentage divide the
numerator by the denominator then multiply by 100
and add the % sign.
9-10 Percentage Number and Algebra Investigate and § Percentage discounts can be calculated by Estimate,
discounts § Money and calculate percentage discounts of 10%, 25% multiplying the original price value by the decimal conjecture,
financial and 50% on sale items, with and without form of the percentage. problem solve,
mathematics digital technologies (ACMNA132 - Scootle ) § To find the sale price of an item the discount must be interpret and
subtracted from the original price. justify
Make connections between equivalent § Rounding the price and using estimation on the spot
fractions, decimals and is a valuable method when shopping.
percentages (ACMNA131)

Multiply decimals by whole numbers and


perform divisions by non-zero whole
numbers where the results are terminating
decimals, with and without digital
technologies(ACMNA129)

Year 6 Term 4 Maths Yearly Planner

Wk Topic Strand & ACARA Concepts Thinking and


Sub-strand working
1-5 3D Shapes Measurement & Construct simple prisms and § A prism is a 3D shape which has constant cross Explore, make,
(constructing Geometry pyramids (ACMMG140 - Scootle ) section. Both ends of the solid are the same shape differentiate,
prisms and § Shapes and anywhere you cut parallel to these ends gives distinguish and
pyramids from you the same shape too explain
nets) § A pyramid has sloping sides that meet at a point. The
base is a rectangle or square and other four faces
are triangles.
1-5 Surveys Statistics & Probability Interpret and compare § Non-text data can provide an easy and accessible Explore, create,
§ Data a range of data displays, including side-by- representation of information problem solve,
representation side column graphs for two categorical § Data displays including tables, graphs and diagrams interpret and
& variables (ACMSP147 - Scootle ) are strategically used to interpret data in an effective justify
interpretation method
Interpret secondary data presented in digital
media and elsewhere (ACMSP148 -
Scootle )
6-7 Cartesian Measurement & Introduce the Cartesian coordinate § The Cartesian coordinates specifies the location of a Plan, estimate,
coordinate Geometry system using all four point in the plane, or in three-dimensional space. visualise,
system - Location and quadrants (ACMMG143 - Scootle ) § It can be used to pinpoint where we are on a map or record, problem
(designing a transformation graph solve and
bus for my § It is divided into four quadrants, i.e +/- x axis and +/- explain
suburb) y axis

8-9 Fractions Number and Algebra This final unit encompasses the majority of § Mathematical knowledge and understanding Explore, plan,
§ Fractions and the content descriptors as students will intertwines during investigations problem solve,
School decimals demonstrate their skills in several areas to make decisions
canteen: best accurately plan for a term. and justify
buy
10 Chance Statistics & Probability Conduct chance experiments with both § There are variations in results of simple chance Predict,
Games § Chance small and large numbers of trials using experiments experiment,
(exploring appropriate digital technologies (ACMSP145 § Frequencies can be presented using data displays to record and
games and - Scootle ) identify common trends justify
randomness)
Year 6 Term 1 Science Yearly Plan

Fungi – Yeast and Mould


Strand: Science Understanding
Sub-strand: Biological sciences

Content descriptors:
The growth and survival of living things are affected by physical conditions
of their environment (ACSSU094 - Scootle )

Week
Concepts:
1-5
§ Living things are classified into six kingdoms. Fungi are classified into
their own kingdom.
§ The three types of fungi are moulds, yeasts and mushrooms.
§ Decomposition of natural recycling is a result of fungi and bacteria.
Fungi feeds on and processes dead plant and animal remains.
§ There are good and bad micro-organisms (yeasts and moulds)
§ A mould is a type of fungus that grows in damp, warm conditions as a
result of poor ventilation.
§ Mould can cause health risks including inflamed airways linking to
damaging results. It is also harmful when some food becomes mouldy,
e.g bread.
§ Some fungi can be eaten. The benefits of mould include enrichment of
flavours (blue cheese), edible mushrooms and antibiotics (penicillin)
§ The renowned antibiotic penicillin is derived from a common fungi
Penicillium notatum.
§ Yeast is a type of fungus that undergoes fermentation. A relatable
example of fermentation is the process of yeast making dough rise.
Thinking and working:
Understand, explore, investigate, analyse and communicate
Year 6 Term 2 Science Yearly Plan

Electrical Circuits
Strand: Science Understanding
Sub-strand: Physical sciences

Content descriptors:
Electrical energy can be transferred and transformed in electrical circuits
and can be generated from a range of sources (ACSSU097 - Scootle )

Week Concepts:
4-8 § An electric current is the flow of electrons around an electric circuit
§ Electrons contain negative electric charges
§ There are three types of electric circuits; closed/complete (working),
open circuits (not working) and short circuits.
§ A complete circuit occurs when an electrical current flows from the
battery to the component (i.e light bulb, TV) and back to the battery
again without any breaks.
§ An open circuit occurs when the connection is broken and the flow of
electricity stops
§ In a short circuit, the current travels along an unintended path of low
resistance due to unintended contact between components (flow in
wrong direction). Low resistance can cause high electricity flow and
deliver a large amount of electricity in a short period of time.
§ Short circuits can destroy the power supply and cause a fire.
§ There are key symbols to represent each component of a complete
circuit

Thinking and working:


Predict, plan and conduct, observe, record and explain
Year 6 Term 3 Science Yearly Plan

Reversible & Irreversible Materials


Strand: Science Understanding
Sub-strand: Chemical sciences

Content descriptors:
Changes to materials can be reversible or irreversible (ACSSU095 -
Scootle )

Week
1-5 Concepts:
§ A reversible change is a physical change that can be undone and the
original materials can be recovered.
§ A reversible change can be achieved through dissolving, evaporating,
melting, cooling, freezing, mixing and condensing.
§ An irreversible change is a permanent chemical change that cannot be
reversed as the original materials mix to form a new material, e.g
burning.
§ Reversible changes can be used in recycling
§ Water is recycled using the process of desalination. Desalination is the
technological process of removing salt from salt water using reverse
osmosis.
§ Recycled paper is achieved through a process involving pulp, water,
chemicals and heat.
§ Aluminium is recycled through a heating process and turned into
molten aluminium liquid before reuse.

Thinking and working:


Predict, plan and conduct, observe, record and explain
Year 6 Term 4 Science Yearly Plan

Volcanic Eruptions
Strand: Science Understanding
Sub-strand: Earth & Space Sciences

Content descriptors:
Sudden geological changes or extreme weather conditions can affect
Earth’s surface (ACSSU096)

Concepts:
Week
4-8 § Volcanoes are a natural way for the Earth to cool down by releasing its
internal heat and pressure.
§ The force and movement of tectonic plates cause pressure to build up
inside the Earth and magma to rise through cracks in the Earth’s crust,
forming new land.
§ Volcanoes are categorized into three categories; active, dormant and
extinct
§ Volcanoes come in many different forms, shapes and sizes. They are
divided into three main types; composite (strato), shield and caldero
§ The ‘Ring of Fire’ is currently home to 75% of the world’s volcanoes.
§ Volcanic eruptions impact the surrounding environment both positively
and negatively, e.g rejuvenates the eco-system, provides very rich
nutrients to the surrounding soil, effect global warming causing the
world to become cooler. Moreover, the lava can damage infrastructure
and the volcanic ash can cause respiratory issues, eye problems and
skin irritation.

Thinking and working:


- Inferring how the Earth releases internal heat and communicating
different predictions
- Observing and engaging in visual representations of the causes of
geological chances, i.e volcanoes.
- Conducting experiments to understand how tectonic plates trigger
volcanoes.
- Classifying volcanoes and constructing models based on their features
- Planning and conducting investigations to collect data on the effect of
volcanoes on the locals, environment and Earth’s surface.
- Processing and analysing data based on current news reports on
erupting volcanoes to inform inquiry research
- Communicating findings through appropriate representations and
modes.