About Primary 4


Teacher: Mrs Stevenson

Number of Children: 20

Topic: Enterprise

Homework: Homework will be given out on a Monday and reading books should be returned on a Friday. Homework will consist of reading, spelling words to learn and mental maths to practise. 

P.E. Days: Monday & Tuesday

RCCT: Mrs Street, Tuesday AM
 

REMEMBER!

Please bring a filled water bottle every day to stay hydrated!

Numeracy

In numeracy this term we will be looking at multiplication, division, 2D and 3D shape and money. 

Literacy

In literacy this term, we will be doing Literature Circles which involves choosing a role and completing an activity related to the reading we were assigned to further develop our comprehension skills. 

 

 

P.E./ H&WB
 

In P.E. we will be looking at our fitness levels and what we can do to improve. In Health & Well Being we will be researching the importance of sleep and a healthy diet.

 

French

In French, we will be learning classroom instructions such as sit down, stand up, look and listen. We will also be learning the names of body parts and food words related to the work we will be doing in P.E. and Health & Well Being.

 

Friday Fives 17.01.2020

Here are 5 questions you can ask me about my learning:

Ask me to tell you which group I am in for our Burns Supper enterprise project. 

Ask me to tell you about the Multiplication Station. 

Ask me to show you some of the gymnastics moves we have been working on in physical education.   

Ask me what Miss Letham has been teaching us about in maths. 

Ask me about the artist we learned about and his art that we recreated.

Vikings

VIKING CELEBRATION DAY

We had a fabulous Viking celebration on 16 December to finish off our topic. Thank you to everyone that donated to our feast. The children had a great time preparing the food and making oatcakes. We had some great costumes too!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VIKING LONGSHIPS

Here are some pictures of our amazing Viking longships! We worked as a team to design our boats and then made models. Afterward, we self-evaluated our ships and our peers evaluated them as well to assess whether our models looked like our designs and whether we used the materials we had planned to use. We also thought about the strengths of our boats and what we could do to improve them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are having so much fun learning about Vikings! We have looked at who the Vikings were, where they came from and the routes they took to get to Scotland, England, Wales and Ireland. We are now looking at why they came to the UK and how they traveled. We will be investigating the Viking longship and building models of our own longships. We have done some amazing Viking art with Mrs Street and wrote Viking sagas with a partner. We are working on writing a newspaper report on the Viking raid at Lindisfarne and will be writing diary entries from the perspective of a Viking child later in the term.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our topic this term is Vikings! We started our topic with a discussion about all of the things we already know about Vikings and what we are hoping to learn about the topic over the coming weeks! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oceans and Climate Change

Our topic this term is Oceans and Climate Change. We have been learning about the worlds oceans and climate zones as well as the difference between weather and climate. We are looking at the ways in which weather affects our lives and have built our own rain gauges and anemometers to measure rainfall and wind speed over the next few weeks. We are also investigating the effects of plastic pollution on our oceans and are learning how we can use persuasive writing to promote change. We will also be preparing to take part in a debate about climate change towards the end of the term.

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Welcome to Primary 4!



 

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