# Year 4 2015-16 - Warley Road Primary School ```Y4 Yearly Overview
Autumn 1
Autumn 2
Spring 1
Literacy
Diary of Dorkius
Maximus
Settings
Characters
Diaries
Myths
Non Chronological
report-Romans
Scientific
investigation
Billionaire Boy
Narrative with Dialogue
persuasive letter
Narrative involving
action
letter
Scientific investigation
Ice Palace
Settings
Message in a bottle
News report
Narrative
Poetry
Greek Myth
Greek Non-Chronological
report
Scientific investigation
Spelling
/Grammar
See separate Spelling
&amp; Grammar weekly
planning sheets.
See separate Spelling &amp;
Grammar weekly
planning sheets.
See separate Spelling &amp;
Grammar weekly
planning sheets.
Numeracy
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count in
multiples of
1000 and find
1000 more or
less than a given
number
recognise the
place value of
each digit in a
four-digit
number
order and
compare
numbers beyond
1000
round any
number to the
nearest 10, 100
or 1000
solve number
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use place value to
count in multiples
of 6, 7, 9, 25 and
1000
compare and
classify geometric
shapes,
identify acute and
obtuse angles and
compare and
order angles up to
two right angles by
size
identify lines of
symmetry in 2-D
shapes count in
multiples of 1000
count backwards
through zero to
include negative
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estimate, compare
and calculate
measures (money
pound and pence)
Interpret various
graphs Equivalent
fractions
fractions
recognise and write
decimal equivalents
recognise and write
decimal equivalents
to 1∕4 , 1∕2 , 3∕4
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Using decimals
 count up and down in
hundredths;
recognise that
hundredths arise
when dividing an
Spring 2
Summer 1
Summer2
Cloud Busting
Poetry- Cinqains
Haiku’s Kennings
Acrostics.
Letter of complaint
Narrative involving
dialogue
Anti-Bullying leaflet
Varjak Paw
Recount
News report
Report -Tsunamis
Diaries- Hurricanes
Focus- Extreme
Weather
Scientific Diary
News report (extreme
weather)
Crime and Punishment
Leaflet
Narrative
Recount
Poetry-raps
Blog
Science investigation
Narrative-Roman Crime (creative)
See separate Spelling
&amp; Grammar weekly
planning sheets.
See separate Spelling &amp;
Grammar weekly
planning sheets.
See separate Spelling &amp; Grammar weekly
planning sheets.
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 describe positions on
a
2-D grid as coordinates
 describe movements
between positions as
translations of a
given unit to the left /
right and up / down
 plot specified points
and draw sides to
complete a given
polygon.
 count in multiples of
1000
 find 1000 more or
less than a given
number
 count backwards
Using decimals:
•count up and down in hundredths
•recognise and show, using diagrams,
families of common equivalent fractions
•add and subtract fractions with the
same denominator
•recognise and write decimal equivalents
of any number
of tenths or hundredths
•recognise and write decimal equivalents
to 1∕4, 1∕2, 3∕4.
•find the effect of dividing a one- or twodigit number
by 10 and 100, identifying the value of
the digits
•round decimals with one decimal place
to the nearest whole number
•compare numbers up to 2 DP
•count in multiples of 6, 7, 9, 25 and
1000
Multiplication and division
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estimate,
compare and
calculate
measures,
convert between
different units
(distance
including
kilometres)
count in
multiples of 6, 7,
9, 25 and 1000
Apply place
value
multiplying
together three
numbers
Written
multiplication
and division.
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Science
and practical
problems
numbers with up
to 4 digits using
column method
and apply to
multi-step
problems
estimate,
compare and
calculate mass
Interpret bar
charts.
Multiply and
divide using
written methods
multiplying
together three
numbers
recognise and
use factor pairs
and
commutativity
recall
multiplication
and division facts
up to 12 &times; 12
solve problems
involving
multiplying and
using the
distributive law,
integer scaling
Animals
including
Humans
numbers
place value of each
digit in a four-digit
number
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order and
compare numbers
beyond 1000
identify, represent and
estimate numbers using
different
representations
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round any number
to the nearest 10,
100 or 1000
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solve number
problems
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numerals to 100 (I
to C)
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numbers with up
to 4 digits using
column methods
and apply to word
problems where
appropriate
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estimate and use
inverse operations
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States of Matter
object by one
hundred and dividing
tenths by ten
recognise and show,
using diagrams,
families of
common equivalent
fractions
fractions with the
same denominator
recognise and write
decimal equivalents
of any number
of tenths or
hundredths
recognise and write
decimal equivalents
to 1∕4, 1∕2, 3∕4
find the effect of
dividing a one- or
two-digit number
by 10 and 100,
identifying the value
of the digits in the
tenths and
hundredths
round decimals with
one decimal place to
the nearest
whole number
compare numbers with
the same number of
decimal
places up to two
decimal places
(approx three weeks)
Sound
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factor pairs and
commutativity
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solve problems
which include
using the
distributive law
integer scaling
 solve problems
 involving converting
from hours to
minutes;
minutes to
seconds; years to
months; weeks to
days.
 compare and
classify geometric
shapes, including
triangles, based on
their properties and
sizes
Living Things &amp;
Their Habitats
through zero to
include negative
numbers
 recognise the place
value of each digit in
a four-digit number
(THTU)
order and compare
numbers beyond 1000
 identify, represent
and estimate numbers
using different
representations
 round any number to
the nearest 10, 100 or
1000
convert time between
analogue and digital
12- and 24-hour
clocks
Subtraction written
subtraction word
problems.
 Data handling
 Measurement
estimate, compare
and calculate different
measures, Litres to
millilitres
Electricity
•recall multiplication and division facts
for multiplication
tables up to 12 &times; 12
•use place value, known and derived
facts to multiply and
divide mentally, including: multiplying by
0 and 1; dividing by 1; multiplying
together three numbers
•recognise and use factor pairs and
commutativity in mental calculations
•multiply two-digit and three-digit
numbers by a one-digit number using
formal written layout
•solve problems involving increasingly
harder fractions (non-unit fractions)
•solve problems involving converting
from hours to minutes; minutes to
seconds; years to months; weeks to
days.
•compare and classify geometric shapes
•identify acute and obtuse angles and
compare and order angles up to two
right angles by size
•identify lines of symmetry in 2-D shapes
presented indifferent orientations
•complete a simple symmetric figure
with respect to a specific line of
symmetry
•measure and calculate the perimeter of
a rectilinear figure (including squares) in
centimetres and metres
•find the area of rectilinear shapes by
counting squares.
Investigative skills
ICT
Creative
Curriculum
R.E.
Music
P.E.
We Are HTML
Editors
We Are
Meteorologists
We Are Musicians
We Are CoAuthors
We Are Toy Designers
We Are Software
Developers
The Romans
Rainforests
Titanic
Mountain Rivers
Extreme Weather
Greeks
Who can Inspire
Us?
Who can Inspire
Us?
Which Faiths Make Up
Our Community?
Which Faiths Make
Up Our
Community?
What Words Of Wisdom Guide
us?
What Words Of Wisdom
Guide us?
Animal Magic
Composing Music
Expression with
Music
Jazz music
Gospel Music
Bat/Racket Sports
Athletics
Gymnastics
Dance
Ball Games
Improvising and
Composing Friendship
Songs
Orienteering and
Team Building
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