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Christ The King Catholic Primary School Learning, growing and praying together with Christ Our King

Class 10

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Welcome letter from your new teacher

CURRICULUM INFORMATION

 

Year Group 4

 

TERM: Spring

 

Dear Parents,

 

Below is an overview of the topic areas which we will be covering in year 4 during the Spring 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 Monday morning.

A weekly spelling test will take place every Thursday morning.

 

Homework will be sent home every Tuesday.

Each week the children will receive

  • weekly spellings
  • Written Maths homework / Mathletics on alternate weeks
  • Written Comprehension / Grammar on alternate weeks
  • All children are expected to read every night and an adult must sign their reading diary.

 

 

English

FOCUSED TEXT: Why the Whales Came

The Sword and the Ston

Poetry: Chocolate cake by Michael Ronsen 

Information text: linked to History topic

Journalistic: Newspaper report

 

Writing Focus:

Character description

Diary entry

Write a postcard

Persuasive writing 

Fact file

Information Texts

 

Weekly Spellings set for homework alongside Grammar and Punctuation work.

Maths

Spring 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

Spring 2

Number

Count in multiples

Roman numerals

PV of decimals.

 

Addition and  Subtraction

Measures – money

Mental addition and subtraction

Find the difference

Money in context

 

Measures

Use standard units - length

Estimate, measure and compare

Perimeter of rectilinear shapes

 

Fractions

Decimals equivalence 1/10, 1/100

Place value to 2 decimal places

Compare and order

 

Geometry: direction and movement

Read and plot coordinates

 

Statistics

Compare and interpret data presented in different ways

 

 

Science

Electricity

  • identify common appliances that run on electricity
  • construct a simple series electrical circuit, identifying and naming its basic parts, including cells, wires, bulbs, switches and buzzers
  • identify whether or not a lamp will light in a simple series circuit, based on whether or not the lamp is part of a complete loop with a battery
  • recognise that a switch opens and closes a circuit and associate this with whether or not a lamp lights in a simple series circuit
  • recognise some common conductors and insulators, and associate metals with being good conductors.

 

R.E

CHRISTMAS

 In this unit of work the children will study the role of angels in the story of Christmas. They will learn about Christians being messengers of Christ’s Good News in the world today and how the Church celebrates the Feast of Christmas.

 

JESUS: LIGHT OF THE WORLD AND BELOVED SON

In this unit the children study some important stories about the life of Jesus and the revelation of his presence in the world. The will also learn about some of the symbols of Baptism and their association with belonging to the Family of God.

 

OLD TESTAMENT: MOSES – KING DAVID TESTAMENT: MOSES – KING DAVID

In this unit the children will study some important stories about Moses and God’s relationship with the people of Israel. They will also learn about the life of King David. Through this unit children will be introduced to some images of God associated with these stories and also some important religious themes such as prayer and vocation which arise from this study.

 

LENT: LIVING AS FOLLOWERS OF JESUS TODAY

In this unit the children will explore some of the customs and practices associated with the celebration of the Season of Lent. Through the life and teaching of Christ they will learn about prayer, fasting and almsgiving and the forgiveness that God offers to those who believe in him.

ICT

CYBER SAFETY REVIEW SILVER BEGIN GOLD

WORLD WIDE WEB –.

CODING 1 INTRO TO VARIABLES

History

Women throughout History 

 

Ancient Egypt – 

 

• Understand what was important to people during ancient Egyptian times.

• Compare the powers of different Egyptian gods.

• Find Egypt on a map.

• Raise questions when confronted with an artefact in order to understand more about this ancient civilisation and select information that is useful in understanding the use of hieroglyphs as a form of communication and recording.

• Address and sometimes devise historically valid questions about change, cause,

similarity by learning about the daily lives of many ancient Egyptian people.

• Construct informed responses that involve thoughtful selection and organisation of

relevant historical information.

• Understand how evidence can give us different answers about the discovery of

Tutankhamun's tomb, noting connections, contrasts and trends over time.

• Develop the appropriate use of historical terms such as 'BC/AD', 'civilisation' and

'artefact'.

Art / DT

Cooking and Nutrition

  • Understand the eatwell plate and know which foods they should be eating more and less of.
  • Understand and know where and how a variety of ingredients are grown.
  • Prepare ingredients safely and hygienically using appropriate kitchen utensils.

 

  • Understand the correct proportions of a balanced meal.
  • Be able to plant and care for a variety of ingredients so they yield produce.
  • Measure ingredients to the nearest millilitre accurately and assemble or cook ingredients.

 

  • Explain that a variety of food is needed in the diet because different foods contain different substances that are needed for health.
  • Explain seasonality and understand how the weather affects certain plants.
  • Understand how to control the temperature of the hob when cooking.

 

Spring term 2

Art through RE with Claire Flynn

Music

Morning of music

Drumming

Geography 

Waters, continetns and oceans

French

Recognise most of the French body parts when they are spoken, with a visual aid

Understand several parts of the body when they are spoken and do the actions to “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes”

Refer to parts of the body with confidence.

PE

Multiskills

Cricket

 

 

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