Welcome to Barn Owls!
I am Mrs Nolan, the year 4 teacher, supported by Mrs Cousins and Mrs Wood.
This year sees the start of swimming lessons for year 4 on Thursday mornings.
Our topics this term include Sound and the Vikings.
Learning objectives for week commencing 4th February:
Literacy: We will be looking at Finding Tale related to our Romans topic.
Numeracy: We will be continuing to look at division of 2 and 3 digit numbers and the various different methods of doing this.
History: We will be looking at what life was like for the Romans and use this information in our story writing.
Welcome back to the Spring term. Our main topic this term will be the Romans. Barn Owls will also be learning gymnastics in P.E. on Wednesdays and music with Mrs North on Thursdays. Swimming will also continue this term.
A reminder about which books/folders need to be in school on which days:
Reading books and reading journals: everyday.
Spelling folders and spelling books: to come into school on Fridays and will be brought home on Mondays.
Homework: will be given out on Fridays and should be back in school by Tuesday the following week.
Learning objectives for week commencing 28th January:
Literacy: We will continue to use compound sentences and expanded noun phrases, as well as writing instructions on how to build a Roman road.
Numeracy: This week will be looking at different ways to divide two and three digit numbers by a one digit number.
History: We will be learning about Roman roads.
Learning objectives for week commencing 21st January.
Literacy: We will be looking at expanded noun phrases and then using them in a piece of writing to describe a Celtic warrior. We will also be looking at simple and compound sentences.
Numeracy: We are looking at multiplication and division of 2 and 3 digit numbers, as well as using different ways to practice our times tables-any extra practice at home would be really helpful.
History: We will be looking at the Roman Invasion.
Art: We will be looking at Roman mosaics.
Learning objectives for week commencing 14th January
Literacy: We are going to be writing a non-chronological report about the Celts this week. We will also be doing a piece of writing based on the performance of Jack and the Beanstalk.
Numeracy: We are continuing with multiplication and division, looking at factor pairs and formal written methods for multiplying by 1 and 2 digit numbers.
History: We will be doing more research on the Celts to use in our non-chronological report.
Learning objectives for week commencing 26th November:
Literacy: We will be looking at the book 'Voices in the Park' by Anthony Browne.
Numeracy: We will be working on the 9 and 7 times tables- all good practise for the tables clubs!
History: We are looking at Anglo-Saxon villages and the jobs that people did.
Science: We are thinking about electrical conductors and insulators ready for an investigation next week.
Our learning objectives for week commencing 19th November are:
Literacy: We will be looking at fictional diary entries from an Anglo-Saxon and having a go at writing our own diary entries.
Numeracy: We will be dividing and multiplying by 1 and 0, then moving onto multiplying and dividing by 6.
History: We will be looking at place names and how some of them originated from Anglo-Saxon times.
Science: We will be thinking about safety around electricity amd creating posters to help others stay safe.
Our learning objectives for w/c 12th November:
Literacy: We will be writing our own version of a warning tale, thinking specifically about using paragraphs in our writing.
Numeracy: We are continuing with multiplication and division.
History: We used out history session last week to think about Remembrance Sunday and produce our fantastic poppy display, so this week we will be looking at Anglo-Saxon invaders.
Science: We will be investigating how to build a circuit.
Welcome back after half term!!
Our learning objectives this week will be:
Literacy: We are looking at a warning tale for the next 2 weeks and will be writing our own version next week.
Numeracy: We will be finishing off place value and staring to look at our next topic of multiplication and division. We will also be starting up the times tables clubs at least twice a week so any extra practice at home would be a great help.
History: We will be learning about the Anglo-Saxons this term, concentrating on the 'Invaders' this week.
Science: Our topic this term is electricity.
Our learning objectives week commencing 22\10\18:
Literacy: we will be continuing our work on writing instructions and having a go at writing our own.
Numeracy: we will be subtracting two 4-digit numbers with exchanging and looking at how to estimate answers using rounding.
History: to finish off our Vikings topic, we will be learning about Viking beliefs.
Science: to finish off our science topic we will be working in groups to present everything that we know about sound.
Learning objectives week commencing 15th October
We will be looking at how to write instructions, using chronological order, time conjunctions and imperative verbs.
We will be adding and subtracting four digit numbers using column method.
We will be looking at Viking warriors.
We will be looking at pitch and soundwaves.
Learning objectives w/c 8.10.18
Literacy: We will be looking at descriptive writing, in particular describing settings and thinking of ways to 'show not tell'.
Numeracy: We will start the week looking at negative numbers and then mover onto addition of 4 digit numbers.
History: We are looking specifically at Viking longboats this week.
Sound: We will be experimenting with how sound travels using string telephones.
Learning Objectives WB 10 September 2018
In numeracy we will be looking at rounding numbers to the nearest 10 and the nearest 100.
In literacy we are learning the story of Beowulf, looking at using adjectives and fronted adverbials to improve our writing.
Learning Objectives w/b 17th September
Literacy: We will be writing our own version of the Beowulf story.
Numeracy: We are looking at place value up to four digits.
Science: We will be looking at how sounds are made and how to change the pitch of an instrument.
History: We will be looking at where the Vikings traveled to and what they discovered.