Year 4 & 5
Our key learning this week: 20th January
Tuesday: YOUNG VOICES bring lunch and tea!
Maths: Year 4 multiplication and division
Maths: Year 5 multiplication and division
English: Biographies and autobiographies
Science: Life Cycles
Topic: Kings, Queens and Guillotines : Richard III local history, Tudors.
PE: Dance and Netball
At the Richard III visitor's centre, we had the opportunity to analyse various sources of information to form an opinion as to if he was a good king or bad king.
Exploring the exhibition, we found out more about the life of Richard III, saw where his body was discovered and went into Leicester Cathedral to see his final resting place.
The World in our Hands: Year 4/5 Fabulous Finish!
We welcomed parents, grandparents and siblings into class to watch the premieres of our Iron Man films. We showed them our topic books and all of our learning this term.
By dressing up as Zero Heroes for our Harvest Liturgy, we continue in our Mission and our encounter with God. We raised money for CAFOD, donated food and toiletries for the Oakham Food Bank, and continued to raise the profile of the importance of our climate emergency. This is all of year 4 and 5 together.
Magna science trip
Key Stage 2 enjoyed learning about Earth, Air, Fire and Water on their trip to magna science park. During our SOUND workshop, we learnt how sound travels, what makes sound and we made our own instruments.
More photos to follow!
BBC Weather Presenters!
We were visited by the team from BBC weather, Alex and Eddie, and all the children had the opportunity to either read the news or direct or present the weather. They learnt about the science behind meteorology. Back in the classroom, we wrote weather reports from climate zones around the world.
Please make sure you have a drinks bottle and PE kit in school at all times.
Topic Guide & HomeworkYear 4 /5 Tudors Knowledge Organiser may be found here
Year 4 /5 Richard III Knowledge Organiser may be found here
Year 4/5 Kings, Queens and Guillotines project map may be found here
Homework Expectations – Year 4 and 5 Homework will be set every Friday and should be returned by the following Wednesday. Pupils are expected to complete every set task. Generally, homework will be one piece of work based around that week's learning or research for upcoming learning, times tables and a set of spellings to learn. Additionally, children must read and record their reading in their diaries at least three times each week.
Work in books is expected to be of the same standard as work in school, with neat handwriting, diagrams in pencil and care take to include appropriate punctuation and good spelling.
House points will be awarded for good work each week.
Additional ways to support your child/book lists:
Please continue to learn and practice times tables.