Class 4 2018 - 2019

Mrs Smith

The areas we will be studying this term are as follows:

Literacy: Areas covered are governed by the curriculum objectives for Year Five and Year Six.  They include spelling, handwriting, reading, comprehension, creative and information writing.

Maths: The curriculum coverage for YearsFive and SIx this term will include the four mathematical operations of addition, subtraction, mulitplication and division, and willmove on to work with fractions.  Homework is set to link with the week's current maths topic.

Science: The topic is classification of living things, and links with the work on the rainforest.

Art: Drawing and observational skills, linked with shading techniques and the Rainforest topic will be covered this term.

Design & Technology: This will connect with our rainforest topic, and will involve designing a healthy smoothie, using fruit or products grown in the rainforests.

Topic:The Rainforests, which will include geographical skills, understanding rainforest habitats and sustainability.

Computing: The focus will be on reviewing and developing basic skills, so that all children have the ability to vary the presentation of their work as appropriate.

Music: Class Four will continue joining with Class Three for music to complete the study of the history of music.  The focus will then shift to singing skills as we movetowards our Christmas Concert.

French: Basic conversation and simple everyday language and vocabulary is used to develop confidence.

Children should continue to read/read aloud on a regular basis at home, and record their reading in their Reading Journals.  Spellings should be practised ready for their spelling test on Friday mornings.

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Contact the School

Duddon St Peter's Primary School

Tarporley Rd

Head teacher:
Paul Hudson B. Ed., NPQH

Main Contact: Julie Novak

Tel: 01829 781366
Fax: 01829 781140