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CURRICULUM INFORMATION

 

Year Group 4

 

TERM Autumn

 

Dear Parents,

 

Below is an overview of the topic areas we will be working on in year 4 during the Autumn term.

 

Any questions please feel free to contact your child’s class teacher using the parent link.

Thank you for your support.

 

Homework is to be handed in every Wednesday morning.

A weekly spelling test will take place every Thursday morning.

All children are expected to read every night and an adult must sign their reading diary.

 

English

 

Classic Stories

The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe CS Lewis

 

Playscripts

Bible Stories

Information Texts

Linked to Europe topic

Recounts – letters

Linked to text – Lucy in Narnia etc

 

Classic Poems

Overheard on a Saltmarsh Harold Monro

Performance Outcome

 

 

 

Maths

Autumn term 1

Number

Count

Place value and partitioning

Compare and order

Addition and Subtraction

Mental addition and subtraction

Formal columnar addition

Formal columnar subtraction

Geometry: properties of shapes

Regular and irregular polygons

Properties of triangles

Multiplication & division

Multiply and divide by 10, 100

Informal method of multiplication and division

Fractions

Recognise and represent equivalences

Measures –Time

Read and write to the nearest minute

Time durations

 

Autumn term 2

Number

Partition in to multiples of 10

Round to nearest 10, 100, 1000

Addition and Subtraction

Measures – money

Mental addition and subtraction

Formal columnar addition and subtraction

Measures

Know, use and convert …

Measure and compare volume

Reading scales – partially marked

Multiplication & division

Factor pairs

Formal method of multiplication

Informal method of division

Fractions

Tenths and hundredths

Add and subtract fractions beyond one whole

Statistics

Represent and interpret discrete data

 

Science

Living Things and their habitats and

Animals including Humans –

Recognize that living things can be grouped in a variety of ways

Explore and use classification keys to help group, identify and name a variety of living things in their local and wider environment

Recognise that environments can change and that these can sometimes pose dangers to living things

 

R.E

Creation and the stories of Abraham and Joseph.

Jesus teaches us how to pray.

Advent

Christmas

ICT

E Safety-

Coding 1

Art / DT

Cooking and NutritionRecognise the impact of diet and exercise and the importance of a healthy lifestyle.

Sculpture

Create a scale model;

Identify similarities and differences in own and others work.

Explore how shape, space, colour and texture can be used

Explore ideas about how to improve a public space.

Music

Dejembe drumming

Geography

Europe- mapping skills – continents and oceans.

French

  • Understand numbers up to 20 and say them with support
  • Understand numbers up to 20, including out of sequence
  • Use most or all numbers up to 20, out of sequence

 

PE

Dance – with Ricky (Thurs am)

Games

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