In English this term, we will be learning:
- To be able to revisit and recount activities
- To be able to devise and evaluate questions
- To be able to summarise and present their findings
- To be able to plan, carry out and evaluate interviews
- To be able to plan and carry out persuasive commentary on both paper and screen
- To be able to use persuasive devices such as words and phrases
In Maths this term, we will be learning:
- Use place value to add near integers including amounts of money
- Use mental strategies to add amounts of money with 2 decimal places
- Use number facts to add several amounts of money
- Use counting up strategies to quickly calculate change
- Use place value to subtract near integers including amounts of money
- Round 1- and 2-place decimals up and down to the nearest whole number
- Multiply fractions by whole numbers
- Use the grid method to multiply mixed numbers by integers
- Use short multiplication to multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers
Our topic this term is called Dinosaurs
During this topic we will be learning:
- Some of the ways in which animals living in prehistoric times and animals today make use of their specialized body parts
- About ecosystems to find the right ecosystem for a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
- To gain a better understanding of what fossils are and how to make our own fossils. They will also identify dinosaurs and their babies.
- How palaeontologists piece together evidence to learn about events and animals from the past.
How to answer questions related to an organism's structural and/or anatomical design.That discoveries about dinosaurs have a long history and that each palaeontologist adds his or her work to a body of fossil evidence used to support theories about dinosaurs