We hope you are all well and staying safe during the Lock down. We hope you had a half term break and had the chance to have a break and enjoy the lovely sunshine.
This term our topic is: What makes us human? This will be Science based, looking at how human and animal bodies function; from the circulatory system and different types of teeth, to adaption and evolution.
Our writing lessons will be directly linked to our science topic and poetry, as well as focusing on the Year 3 and 4 statutory spellings and various grammar elements.
In Guided Reading, we will be learning and using skills in comprehension; inference; vocabulary; prediction and answering different question types focusing on Poetry. .
In Maths, we will start by revisiting multiplying two- and three-digit numbers by a one-digit number. We will then move on refreshing our memory of quadrilaterals and symmetry. Next, we will explore position and direction and finally look at time and duration.
In Computing we will be learning how to code using Scratch and present work in different ways.
In PE, we will be learning with Joe Wicks and his HIIT work outs.
In R.E., we will be looking at Christianity and answering the question: Do people need to go to church to show they are Christians? We will answer this through exploring why people go to church, special places, baptism and Holy Communion.
Our language focus this term is French, in which we’ll be using BBC Bitesize to learn some everyday words and phrases.
Mathletics website linkEach child in KS2 has been given a set of login detail to access mathletics. Please feel free to use these details to go on mathletics at home. But remember: never give your login details to anyone else.
Top marks mathsThis year we will be focusing on quick recall of all times tables.
Maths gamesThis website has some fantastic games to support quick recall of number facts. There are also some great fraction games on there to.
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