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

Class 10

Welcome to Class 10! 


Good morning Class 10! I hope you are all well.


I just wanted to say a massive well done for all of your hard work this year. You have all been amazing! You all should be very proud of yourselves! 


Any books that have not been collected will be outside Scots Lane site for the remainder of the school day today (Wednesday 21st July). 

 An adult who is not isolating can collect your books for you. 


Miss McKeown has asked if you can please read Holes over the summer holiday. I have popped the PDF just below this message. We have the books ready for you in school so please do not go out and buy copies. You may need an adult to support you with reading the text. 


Have a wonderful Summer holiday! 

Keep smiling! 

Take care,  

 From Miss Whelan. 

Holes book to read during the Summer Holidays

P.E lessons:

Please note PE lessons during Summer Term for Class 10 will continue to be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please come into school in your PE kit on these days.  


Homework Clarification:

Please can homework pages be completed and these books be brought into school on a Monday.  As the homework set alternates each week the books brought in on a Monday can stay in school and then go home the following week. The books from the previous week will already be in school ready to go home. Arithmetic Books can stay at home and be brought back into school at the end of each half term as the work is set weekly. Reading records can continue to be brought in on a Friday. 


Class 10 Email Address: 

We are no longer accessing our class email address, if you want to send a message please use parent link, thank you. 


A few things to note:

Please remember to bring: (in an easy clean pencil case) a writing pencil, colouring pencils, glue stick, rubber, sharpener and perhaps a ruler too, (maybe felts).  No school bags and lunch in a throw away bag too.  Don't forget your water bottle. Only fruit is allowed for a snack.


*Please be aware that the new drop off and collection times will be in place from 2nd November 2020. 


Reception: 8:50am - 3:30pm                                                   Year 1 and 2 : 8:40am - 3:20pm 

Year 3 and 6 : 8:20am - 3:00pm                                              Year 4 and 5 : 8:30am  - 3:10pm 

General Information about entering Year 4 for parents.

Summer Timetable for Class 10




Year Group 4


TERM Summer Term


Dear Parents,


Below is an overview of the topic areas which we will be covering in Year 4 during the Summer term.


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

Thank you for your support.


Homework is to be handed in every Monday morning.

A weekly spelling test will take place every Tuesday morning.


Each week the children will receive

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


All homework is listed on the class website page. Please click on the homework icon.


FOCUSED TEXT: The Wolves in the Walls.  

                   The Firework Maker’s Daughter.

POETRY: Haiku    


Writing Focus:

Short story

Newspaper Report

Letter writing

Explanation Texts  

Grammar Focus

Possessive nouns

Prefixes/ Suffixes

Pronouns and Nouns



plural and possessive s

complex sentences 

Weekly Spellings set for homework alongside Grammar and Punctuation work.



Summer 1


 Consolidate place value

 Compare and order

 Half-way between


Addition and  Subtraction

Mental addition and subtraction

Apply formal columnar addition  and subtraction

Estimate and use inverse to check


Multiplication & division

Multiply three single digits mentally

Formal method of multiplication

Mental division


 Geometry: properties of shapes

Symmetry -  lines of orientation

 Symmetric patterns


Fractions and Decimals

 Decimal bonds to 1

 Position decimals on a number line

 Round to whole


 Measures –Time

 Use timetables

 Convert between units of time


Summer 2


Extend sequences to involving decimals

Addition and  Subtraction


Measures – money

Round and adjust to calculate

Find totals with money – mental and written methods 

Multiplication & division

Know all facts to 12 x 12

Formal method of short  division

Estimate answers by rounding


 Geometry: direction and movement

Understand and describe translations



Recognise equivalence between fractions and decimals

Explore equivalence



Area of rectilinear shapes

Measure and compare lengths – decimal notation



 Interpret and present continuous data


States of Matter

Sc4/3.1a    compare and group materials together, according to whether they are solids, liquids or gases

Sc4/3.1b    observe that some materials change state when they are heated or cooled, and measure or research the temperature at which this happens in degrees Celsius (°C)

Sc4/3.1c    identify the part played by evaporation and condensation in the water cycle and associate the rate of evaporation with temperature.

Electricity – Recap from Spring to include practical work.




In this unit the children will be introduced to accounts of the Resurrection appearances of Christ in the four Gospel. They will learn about the different reactions of people to the news that Christ was alive. In this unit the children will study the story of the Ascension and will learn about Christian belief in the presence of Christ in the world today.


In this unit the children will study the story of Pentecost and identify the effects that it had upon the disciples. They will learn about the missionary activity of the Apostles and some prayers of the Holy Spirit.


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.


In this unit the children learn about the Universal Church established on the original teaching of the Apostles. They will reflect upon the Eucharist as the Sacrament which celebrates the Church’s Unity. They will also be given opportunities to find out about religious customs from around the world.


In this unit the children will learn about the different tasks and responsibilities given to people in the Church. This will help them to develop their understanding of the Church as the Body of Christ made up of many different people


I can open an internet browser.I can type a web address in the URL window and go to that site.I can navigate web pages using hyperlinks.

I can use "back" and "forwards" buttons to revisit pages.

 I can open a search window, type in a search word and carry out the search.

I can visit three web sites I have found in my search.

I can say why the information I found in a search is good, useful or not.

I can save two sites as favourites / bookmarks.

I can create a new favourites folder named. I can explain the following terms, HTML, Server, URL and Digital Code. I can begin explain how the internet works


  • The Norman Invasion know and understand the history of these islands as a coherent, chronological narrative, from the earliest times to the present day: how people’s lives have shaped this nation and how Britain has influenced and been influenced by the wider world
  • gain and deploy a historically grounded understanding of abstract terms such as ‘empire’, ‘civilisation’, ‘parliament’ and ‘peasantry’
  • understand historical concepts such as continuity and change, cause and consequence, similarity, difference and significance, and use them to make connections, draw contrasts, analyse trends, frame historically valid questions and create their own structured accounts, including written narratives and analyses
  • understand the methods of historical enquiry, including how evidence is used rigorously to make historical claims, and discern how and why contrasting arguments and interpretations of the past have been constructed
  • gain historical perspective by placing their growing knowledge into different contexts: understanding the connections between local, regional, national and international history; between cultural, economic, military, political, religious and social history; and between short- and long-term timescales

Art and DT

European Arts and Artists

The Great British Bread Bake off



Steel Pans 

Percussion and Composition



The Water Cycle

describe and understand key aspects of: physical geography, including: climate zones, biomes and vegetation belts, rivers, mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes, and the water cycle § human geography, including: types of settlement and land use, economic activity including trade links, and the distribution of natural resources including energy, food, minerals and water. name and locate counties and cities of the United Kingdom, geographical regions and their identifying human and physical characteristics, key topographical features (including hills, mountains, coasts and rivers), and land-use patterns; and understand how some of these aspects have changed over time.



What’s The Time



Football / Cricket – (Tues PM)

Netball – (Thurs PM)


Our class certificates this week go to...


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Good bye Miss Bowen

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