Based upon our experience of working with parents a two weekly schedule of Home Learning activities, outlines and objectives has proven the most useful. This is due, in our view, to the fact that parents are often too busy to 'check-in' on their child's learning, school website or learning goals each and every few days and hence, based upon experience and feedback, we aim to share children's learning goals on a fortnightly basis rather than weekly. Although, the outlines and objectives we share will be broken down into a weekly structure. A further rationale for this approach is that learning is not a 'linear' process, and hence allowing our students scope over the course of 7, 10, 14 or so days to grasp the essentials of any specific topic or target enables all learners to better meet the objectives set....
Week commencing 16th November 2020,
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In Phonics: ‘ay’, ‘a-e’, ‘eigh’, ‘ea’, ‘e-e’, ‘ie’, ‘ey’, ‘y’
This half term, children in Year 4 are reading a book called ’Oliver and the Sea Wig’ by Philip Reeve. Oliver and the Seawigs tells the story of Oliver and his explorer parents. ... But when lots of islands mysteriously appear in Deepwater Bay, and Oliver's parents go missing, he must head off on one more adventure to get them back.
Children are doing following activities in the next two weeks:
This half term, children in Year 5 are reading a book called ’Street Child’ by Berlie Doherty. The based on the boy during Victorian time, whose plight inspired Dr Barnardo to find his famous children’s homes. Children are doing following activities in the next two weeks.
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Pupils will gain an understanding of positional language, as well as directional language for left and right.
Numbers to 20
In this chapter, we look at numbers up to 20 focusing in particular on numbers between 10 and 20. Pupils will be able count and write to 20, compare and order numbers, and see patterns within 20.
Multiplication as equal groups.
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This half term, children in Year 4 will further develop their understanding of multiplication and division. They will learn how to divide and multiply by 1 and 0 and understand the law of commutativity. They will learn how to multiply three numbers together using prior knowledge of multiplication tables. Pupils will use their tables and knowledge of place value to multiply multiples of 10, leading to the multiplication of 2-digit numbers using short multiplication.
This half term, children in Year 5 are solving word problems that involve multiple steps and a variety of operations. They begin the unit by simply choosing the correct operation before moving onto representing the key information using bar models.