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W/C 18th September

Maths - Continuing our Place Value unit.

 Yr 4 - Estimate on a number lines to 10,000, Comparing and ordering numbers to 10,000 and Roman Numerals. There will also be time within the week to practise timestables.


Yr 5- Compare and order numbers to 1,000,000, rounding numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000 and 100,000 and rounding within 1 million.


Literacy in Maple Class -  We are planning and writing a sequel to our story this week. What do we want to see happen next in the story? We will be using nouns, adjectives and verbs in our writing, and Year 4s will be using conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to add more detail and description.


Literacy in Ash 

We need to continue reading our text and exploring the language used. This week Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay finally make their attempt to conquer Mount Everest. We will be using all our senses to imagine how they would have been feeling and will be writing a description. The main focus will be to use powerful adjectives and verbs to add excitement and depth to our writing. Alongside this, we will be revisiting previous years objectives by using a range of adverbs, conjunctions and prepositions.



Yr 3 - Functions of the skeleton

Yr 4 - Vertebrates and invertebrates, grouping and classifying

Yr 5 - Air Resistance




Year 3: This week we are going to be looking at cave paintings and finding out what they tell us about life in the Stone Age.  

Year 4: We are going to be learning about Alexander the Great and his mighty empire. Who was he? Why was he so special? How long did he rule the empire for? What influence did he have in Greece? 

Year 5: We have looked at the Stone Age and how this was split into 3 main parts. This week, we are looking for closely at the Neolithic period and finding out about Skara Brae and Stonehenge. What is so special about these places? Who built them? Why are they there? What can we learn about life in the Stone Age from this historical archaeological sites?



We will be exploring making powerful visual imagery and develop strong mark-making skills. 



We will be exploring the questions:

  • How do you imagine Jesus looked as a human?
  • How do artists show Jesus as human or divine?



Yr 4 - We are cloning parts of an image this week to see the impact it has. By retouching images and editing them, we can make our audience believe something looks better than it actually does, or we can edit out parts of an image which we no longer want in the picture

Yr 5 - We will be controlling devices with conditions.