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WELCOME TO YEAR 4

Our theme for term 5 is Sheltering From The Storm.

Homework: reading with an adult, spellings and Maths Passport practice every night, plus making use of Mathletics whenever possible. Weekly topic-based activity, whether Science or Humanities.

Please could you also ensure that your child has a full, named PE kit in school every day, including jogging bottoms if required. PE this term will be swimming revising principles of water safety and confidence in the water) and striking and fielding - rounders and cricket (accuracy and tactics in throwing, catching, striking, fielding and teamwork).

Please hear your child read daily as this really does help them succeed across the curriculum.

If you have queries or concerns, please do not hesitate to come in and see us.

 

Mrs Coekin, Mrs Eldridge & Mrs Golding

SEN PROVISION

ENGLISH

MATHS

SCIENCE

Habitats:

On Tuesday 24th April we will be visiting Rye Harbour Nature Reserve to explore the different Habitats that can be found there.

 

On Wednesday 9th May, Sam from Mallydams will be joining us in school to talk about plant and animal adaptations, before accompanying us to Guestling Local Nature Reserve.

 

We will continue that work in school, learning to identify different types of habitat and that different animals are found in different habitats. We will learn to make predictions of organisms that will be found in a given habitat.

 

We will learn that living things can be grouped in a variety of ways, according to observable features.

 

And we will explore and use classification keys to group, identify and name a variety of living things in their local and wider environment.

We’ll observe the conditions in a local habitat and make a record of the animals found. Know that animals are suited to the environment in which they are found.

 

Key scientist - Carl Linnaeus (1707 – 1778)

HISTORY

GEOGRAPHY

DT

SMSC

RE

COMPUTING

MUSIC

FRENCH

LONG TERM PLAN

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