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Maths Homework

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Teething Problems: the jobs they do and the names they have.

Teething Problems: the jobs they do and the names they have. 1
Teething Problems: the jobs they do and the names they have. 2
Teething Problems: the jobs they do and the names they have. 3
Teething Problems: the jobs they do and the names they have. 4

Measuring Minds

Measuring Minds 1 Standard units of measure (M)
Measuring Minds 2 Standard units of measure (M)
Measuring Minds 3 Non-standard units of measure (Wheelbarrow Steps)
Measuring Minds 4 Non-standard units of measure (Forward Rolls)
Measuring Minds 5 Cartwheels (Non-standard) Trundle Wheel (Standard)

Negative Numbers

Negative Numbers 1 Ordering negative numbers between 20 and -20
Negative Numbers 2 Thermometer Challenge
Negative Numbers 3 Team work!

Welcome to Class 4P!



Look below to find out what we hope to cover this term.

Term: Summer


Mathematics: Read, write and compare 4-digit numbers and place on a line; find 1000 more or less than any given number; read, write and compare 5-digit numbers; recognise what each digit represents in a 5-digit number; read, use and compare negative numbers in the context of temperature; multiply and divide numbers by 10 and 100 including decimals (tenths and hundredths); read and write decimals (to 1 and 2 places), understanding that these represent parts (tenths and hundredths) of numbers; mark 1- and 2- place decimals on a line; count in tenths (0.1s) and hundredths (0.01s); multiply numbers with up to 2 decimal places by 10 and 100, and divide numbers by 10 and 100; say the number one tenth and one hundredth more or less than a given number; round decimal numbers to the nearest whole number; Learn 11 and 12× tables; develop and use effective mental multiplication strategies; use a vertical written method to multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers; use rounding to estimate answers; use a written method to multiply 3-digit numbers, including amounts of money by 1-digit numbers; multiply 2-digit and 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers; understand how division ʻundoesʼ multiplication and vice versa; divide above the tables facts using multiples of 10; Recognise and write Roman numerals to 100; begin to know the history of our number system including 0; calculate area and perimeter of rectilinear shapes using multiplication and addition, or counting; recognise, name and classify 2D shapes identifying regular and irregular polygons; sort 2D shapes according to properties including types of quadrilaterals and triangles; revise 3D shapes, consider 2D-shaped sides on 3D shapes, and sort shapes; Understand, read and write 2-place decimals; compare 2-place decimals in the context of lengths; add and subtract 0·1 and 0·01 and say a number one-tenth (0·1) or one-hundredth (0·01) more or less than a given number; revise equivalent fractions; write fractions with different denominators with a total of 1; recognise decimal and fraction equivalents; Add two 2-digit numbers or a 2-digit number to a 3- or 4-digit number mentally; subtract 2-, 3- and 4-digit numbers using counting up; derive factors of 2-digit numbers and use factors and doubling to solve multiplication mentally; solve integer scaling problems using mental strategies and spot a relationship between products; solve correspondence problems, using a systematic approach and calculate using mental multiplication strategies; Solve written addition of two 4-digit numbers; add amounts of money (pounds and pence) using column addition; solve 4-digit minus 4-digit and 4-digit minute 3-digit subtractions using written column method (decomposition) and check subtraction with addition; solve word problems choosing an appropriate method; Use coordinates to draw polygons; find the coordinates of shapes after translation; draw and interpret bar charts and pictograms; draw line graphs and understand that intermediate points have meaning; use the vertical algorithm (ladder) to multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers; find non-unit fraction of amounts, using ʻchunkingʼ; add fractions with like denominators, including totals greater than 1; divide by 10 and 100 (to give answers with 1 and 2 decimal places); Multiply 2-digit numbers by 11 and 12; look for patterns and write rules; multiply 2-digit numbers by numbers between 10 and 20 using the grid method; begin to use the grid method to multiply pairs of 2-digit numbers; use mental strategies and tables facts to divide 2-digit and 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers to give answers between 20 and 50, with and without remainders; find non-unit fractions of amounts.


English: Use the historical setting and characters from ‘Runaways!’ to write a new part of the story from one character’s point of view; use the first person and past tense, when writing in role as a character;  include standard and non-standard English for dialogue, depending on which character is speaking; use paragraphs to organise information in longer articles; include subordinate clauses to give extra information; use ideas and characters from ‘Sugarcane Juice’ to write a new tension-filled episode of the story; include correct use of pronouns to avoid repetition, e.g. he, they; use direct speech, which is set out and punctuated correctly;  write a trailer script to advertise a film to a specific audience; includes at least one question to engage the reader, which is punctuated correctly.



Science: Power it up!

Identify common appliances that run on electricity; Identify common appliances that run on electricity.; construct simple series circuits, identifying and naming basic parts, including cells, wires, bulbs, switches and buzzers; identify whether or not a lamp will light in a simple series circuit, based on whether or not the lamp is part of a complete loop with a battery; construct simple series circuits; recognise some common conductors and insulators, and associate metals with being good conductors; recognise that a switch opens and closes a circuit and associate this with whether or not a lamp lights in a series circuit.



Topic: Can the Earth shake, rattle and roll?

To have an understanding of the causes, outcomes and location of earthquakes; to have some understanding of the causes, outcomes and locations of volcanoes; to understand list of hazards of the distribution of earthquakes and volcanoes, and to know where the world’s most active earthquake and volcanic zone is today; to discover why people live in the vicinity of volcanoes, and what measures can be taken to make life safer in earthquake zones; to provide an opportunity to investigate recent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions and the associated issues; to create a Big Finish by making a working model of a volcano.



Topic: History The Romans

Sorting timelines; establishing when and where the Romans ruled over; discovering about the role of Julius Caesar; researching the skills and roll of a Roman soldier; Hadrian's Wall; Boudicca; Roman art and in particular mosaics (Art subject)


Computing:  Using the computer program 'Scratch' to follow and write codes.


RE: Judaism, Pentecost and worship.


PHSE: Emotions and body language.


MFL: Weather and seasons.