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We would ask that you sign your child’s reading record with a comment regarding their reading e.g. Could they decode the story using their phonics e.g. b-o-x > box? Did you have to discuss new vocabulary? Did they enjoy the book? Were they able to retell the key events within the story? Could they make a prediction about what could happen next, based on their knowledge of key events in the story? Can they make links to other similar texts they have read previously?
If you feel a comment is not required, please sign to acknowledge you have read with your child.
Place Value within 1,000:
Counting in 100s, representing numbers to 1,000, 100s, 10s and 1s, the number line to 1,000, finding 1, 20 and 100 more or less, comparing numbers to 1,000, ordering numbers to 1,000, and counting in 50s.
Addition and Subtraction Part 1:
Adding and subtracting 100s, adding and subtracting a 3 digit number and 1s, adding a 3 digit number and 1s, subtracting 1s from a 3 digit number, adding and subtracting a 3 digit number and 10s, adding a 3 digit number and 10s, subtracting 10s from a 3 digit number, adding and subtracting a 3 digit and 2 digit number, adding a 3 digit number and 2 digit number, and subtracting a 2 digit number from a 3 digit number.
Addition and Subtraction Part 2:
Addition and subtraction patterns, adding two 3 digit numbers, subtracting a 3 digit number from a 3 digit number, estimating answers to additions and subtractions, checking strategies, and problem solving – addition and subtraction.
Multiplication and Division Part 1:
Multiplication – equal grouping, multiplying by 3, dividing by 3, 3 times table, multiplying by 4, dividing by 4, 4 times table, multiplying by 8, dividing by 8, 8 times table, problem solving – multiplication and division, understanding divisibility, and related facts – multiplication and division.
Compare and group together different kinds of rocks on the basis of their appearance and simple physical properties. Describe in simple terms how fossils are formed when things that have lived are trapped within rock. Recognise that soils are made from rocks and organic matter.
Recognise that they need light in order to see things and that dark is the absence of light. Notice that light is reflected from surfaces. Recognise that light from the sun can be dangerous and that there are ways to protect their eyes. Recognise that shadows are formed when the light from a light source is blocked by an opaque object. Find patterns in the way that the size of shadows change.
The United Kingdom
Key enquiry question: Can you name and locate countries and cities within the UK?
National curriculum objectives:
Art & Design
Cave Paintings (Drawing/Painting)
Taught Artists: Examples of Prehistoric art (Caves of Altamira in Spain)
Links to the curriculum:
Design & Technology
To design, make and evaluate a lunch box for a trip to Skara Brae
National Curriculum link:
English unit – Skara Brae
National Curriculum objectives:
What can we learn from different religious symbols?
This unit will provide an opportunity for pupils to explore the symbolic dimension of religious life by examining the symbols, artefacts, clothing, food and gestures that are associated with different religious traditions. It will enable them to consider the meaning that these elements hold for people of faith, both individually and collectively. The unit will highlight the non-factual dimension of religious life by enabling pupils to engage with meaning, value and mystery as these notions are encountered in religious symbols.
What contribution can religion make to our society?
This unit gives scope for pupils to explore the many ways in which religious traditions make a positive contribution to our society through their work in building communities, addressing issues of injustice and poverty, and in projects that advance social wellbeing.
Coding and Computational Thinking
E-Safety Focus – Stay Smart):
Internet and Email
Unit: Online Safety
Software: 2Connect (Mind Map) / 2Blog (Blogging)
E-Safety Focus – Stay Kind:
All About Me
Games and Songs
Let your spirits fly
R&B/ Western Classical/ Musicals/Motown/ Soul
Glockenspiel stage 1
National Curriculum objectives:
Pupils should be taught to: