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WELCOME TO YEAR 4

Our theme for term 4 is Weeping Willows.

Homework: reading with an adult and Maths Passport practice every night, Mathletics, individual spellings plus a 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 tennis (forehand and backhand, serving and rallies) and basketball (throwing, catching, aiming, defending, dodging, passing, shooting and team work).

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

Understanding that plants are the primary producers in a food-chain. Through photosynthesis they convert the energy in sunlight into chemical energy in the form of sugars.

Moving on to looking at how some of the energy stored in the plant on which a primary consumer feeds is retrieved by its grazing of a plant (the primary producer). A centipede is a fierce hunter, feeding on a variety of primary consumers. It is therefore known as a secondary consumer.

Key scientists:

Al-Jahiz (9th century): provided one of the earliest descriptions of food webs. He was working in Baghdad, Iraq, in the early 800s.

Charles Elton (1900–1991): initiated the study of animal ecology.

HISTORY

GEOGRAPHY

ART

DT

SMSC

RE

COMPUTING

MUSIC

FRENCH

LONG TERM PLAN

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