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WELCOME TO YEAR 4

Our theme for term 6 is Smashing Saxons!

Homework: Phonic and topic based spellings and Mighty Multiples/Mathletics revision. 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 athletics (track and field).

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

Solids, Liquids and Gases

Establishing that some solids will dissolve in a solvent (water) to create a solution.

Identifying that several factors (temperature, stirring and particle size) affect the rate at which a solid will dissolve.

Comparing and grouping materials together, according to whether they are solids, liquids or gases.

To be able to set up a fair test and to be able to use results to draw simple conclusions.

To understand the role and function of the Water Cycle process and importance in sustaining water on Earth and to be able to identify the part played by evaporation and condensation and associate the rate of evaporation with temperature.

 

 

Key Scientists:

Alfred Barnhard Nobel (1833-1896)

Royal Society of Chemistry – ‘The 175 Faces of Chemistry’ provides information on contemporary chemists and chemists of the past.

HISTORY

GEOGRAPHY

ART/DT

SMSC

RE

COMPUTING

FRENCH

LONG TERM PLAN

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