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'To be the best you can be' - Article 29

Year 4/5 2021/2022



We will be continuing to develop our reading skills through a whole school reading programme ~ Read, Write, Inc. and the 8 reading behaviours, using a range of fiction and non-fiction texts during guided reading and lessons.





We will focus on a range of  texts, looking at a variety of examples and applying the features  to our own writing. We will also focus on word level work by learning spellings.

The children will be given spellings to learn every week.


We will take part in presentations. These will be centred around our topic, presenting information, processes and ideas clearly and appropriately for the purpose.


Spelling Journals and reading books are to be brought to school every day.



Mathematical Development




Number work can be greatly helped by rapid recall of facts, in particular multiplications. Pupils will be spending time improving their responses, when for example they double and halve numbers, adding and subtracting 3,4 and 5 digit numbers, and reciting multiplication and division facts. Encourage your child to find the facts they should know and help them at home with quick, accurate answers.


Problem Solving


This will be a regular activity as part of our maths learning. This allows us to apply our maths learning to new contexts. We will use the scheme, ‘Let’s Think Through Maths / CAME and topic related activities to develop our reasoning skills. We will be applying skills learned to our ‘rich tasks’.


Important Information

Reading books and Spelling journals are to be brought to school everyday.



Indoor/Outdoor P.E - For Health and Safety reasons your child needs to have a full P.E. kit in school. This includes shorts or joggers, a t-shirt and suitable footwear.

P.E kits need to be labelled clearly



Homework returned. Choose one activity each week to complete in your homework book. Your book will need to be returned to school every Wednesday for the class reflection time where homework will be displayed and shared with class peers.



Garden time - suitable shoes and coat required for gardening. 


Thank you for taking the time to read this information.

The school has an open door policy and you are welcome to come and talk to myself at anytime.

Diolch yn fawr,


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