Hello and a warm welcome to Year 3 and 4
Our class teachers are:
Class 6 - Mrs Phelan, Mrs Hunt, Mrs Hogan, Mrs Bryan
Welcome to the learning journey for year 3 and 4.
In Maths our year will start by revising place value. The children will need to read, write and order
numbers up to one thousand or ten thousand in year 4. After, place value we will concentrate on the 4
operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division). Once we have secured this we will then move
onto learning about fractions, time, shape and different measurements. Throughout each Maths topic the
children will complete challenge work to secure and further their knowledge.
In English, we will cover a variety of genres including recounts, reports, explanations, persuasion and
narrative. We will link these genres to a hook which could be through our topic, guided reading, a class
novel or a video extract. Within each unit we will cover a range of punctuation and grammar needed for the
In our topic lessons, we will begin by looking at Continents before focusing on a specific country which we
will then learn about further. In our history lessons we will begin with Roman lessons focusing on
chronology and their impact on Britain. From this we will move onto Anglo-Saxons and Vikings again looking
at their historical backgrounds. Throughout, these topics we will look at significant people from history
such as Boudicca and Alfred the Great. Finally in the summer term we will move back to a Geography focus
looking at Scandinavia with the focus being rivers.
In autumn term in Science we look at teeth and their names and many functions. This then ties in with our
next topic of digestion as they are the first step within this process. Animals including humans is next
which looks at habitats, animal groups and classification. Finally, in the summer term we will look at sound
Class 6 – Tuesday and Wednesday
Class 7 – Tuesday and Wednesday
Class 8 - Wednesday and Friday
Weekly home learning tasks will be completed online using either Spelling Shed and/or Bug Club and/or
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