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Yr 4 - Outstanding Oaks

Welcome to the Outstanding Oaks'

Class Page

Welcome to the Outstanding Oaks' class page. We are so excited that you have joined us and look forward to sharing our wonderful learning journeys and achievements with you. In Outstanding Oaks, we SPARKLE and have fun as we delve into all of our learning experiences. On this page, you will find information about the learning taking place in each term; information about homework, letters, and x table practice. 

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on our class email which you can find below, and I will aim to reply within the working week.

oaks@gladehill.nottingham.sch.uk

 

Miss Siriboe & Miss Clarkelaugh

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Summer 2 - Living and Surviving

We are readers & writers

In English, this half-term we are going to be writing our own folktales from different cultures, using the fabulous book, ‘The Girl who speaks Bear.’ We will continue to develop a range of sentence structures; use descriptive language and draw upon our knowledge of using dialogue. In reading, we will be exploring a range of fiction, non-fiction and poetry to help us summarise, sequence, infer and retrieve information.

 

We are mathematicians

This half-term in maths we will be learning about symmetry. We will be completing symmetrical patterns; identifying lines of symmetry in different polygons, as well as completing polygons using given mirror lines. Following on from this, we will be solving problems involving time, and conversion between different units of time. Throughout the term, we will continue to practice our arithmetic skills. You can support at home, by encouraging your child to practice their times tables

 

We are scientists

Our science topic this half term is animals including humans. We will draw upon our learning from autumn term, to help us learn about how different animals and humans depend on each other for food and energy. We will be interpreting and constructing our own food chains and food webs. To finish off our science for this year, we will be revisiting different concepts taught.

 

We are geographers

We will be continuing with our topic living and surviving. In geography, we will be zooming in on one of Brazil’s physical feature the Amazon Rainforest to help us learn about what life is like for people living in the Amazon. We will use our locational knowledge to identify rainforests around the world; the physical features of them, and other characteristics.

 

We are artists  

In art this half-term we will be creating our own clay sculptures, using a range of skills. We will also be learning about printing, and will draw upon the work of Lucy Arnold for inspiration.

 

We are athletes

This half-term, PE will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays (Oaks) and Wednesdays and Thursdays (Olives). e will be developing our understanding of fitness by participating in range of athletic tasks. We will learn a variety of skills to support our track and field events.

 

We are philosophers

 In PSHE we will be learning about growing and changing during RSHE and keeping safe through, drug awareness week.

 

 

 

 

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