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Elm Class

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MISS WILLIAMS

 

ENGLISH

Across Summer, our units will include a wide range of fiction, non-fiction and poetry.

Non-fiction

Recounts, Non-chronological Reports, Peruasive writing.

Poetry

List Poems and Kennings, Poems to perform, Narrative Poems.

These units will be accompanied by other creative writing opportunities, and Guided Reading. In addition, there will be a weekly spelling dictation to help children build upon their learning of spelling rules, and secure the National Curriculum spellings for Year 4.

ENGLISH CHALLENGE: Can you edit your work to include another type of punctuation and a better conjunction?

 

MATHEMATICS

This term children will be focusing on improving their multiplication and division knowledge, area and measurement and number work; focusing on fractions and decimals.

It is also really important to continue work on times tables and their corresponding division facts. There will be a times table test every Monday and Tuesday. Children will have a set amount of time to answer a mixture of 30 times tables questions. Children should be confident with multiplication and division facts of numbers up to 12 x 12.

MATHS CHALLENGE: What is the largest and smallest number you can make using these digits: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8?

 

SCIENCE

This term we will be looking at 'The Digestive System' and 'Respecting our Environment'.

In Summer, pupils will learn about the structure of the mouth and about how to care for their teeth, investigating which drink stains teeth the most.  They learn about the structure of the digestive system, build a model of the digestive process and make “poo”,  using their new knowledge to produce a piece of creative writing.  They will explore interrelationships in food, constructing food chains and food webs. 

We we also look at the area within and near the school grounds and at the impact of humans on the environment. They discuss the need to balance human requirements against those of the environment.

SCIENCE CHALLENGE:

Digestion question: Why do we need a sense of taste?

 

Days to remember:

Monday:       FOREST SCHOOL (CHECK GROUPS)

Tuesday:      PE (Fit 4 Schools), CLARINET and TIMES TABLES TUESDAY

Wednesday: OUTDOOR LEARNING

Thursday:   ENRICHMENT

Friday:      SPELLING TEST (DICTATION) and CRICKET COACHING

 

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