Transform your students into numeric geniuses with our excellent collection of Maths Mastery resources for Year 4. With content covering all areas of the KS2 maths curriculum, you are sure to find something useful for any lesson plan and learning aim. Organised by category so you can easily find your favourites, our Maths Mastery activities and Powerpoints cover topics including Addition and.
Early Reception Maths Worksheets (age 4-5) The ability to calculate mentally lies at the heart of success with number and the importance of a good start cannot be over emphasised. Some children will only be four when they start in Reception, others will only have two terms before moving on to Year 1.
Use to accompany homework or lesson plans; A varied range of activity types; All children's activities have been created by us; Suitable for all young kids - preschool to primary; All activities checked by real parents and children; Ideal for rainy days, car journeys, picnics, holidays; Easily printable - get your kids away from the TV! Printable Activities. All of our printable activities.
The Wedding; Drama Workshop; STOMP! A new arrival! Book week. Mr Wolf's Pancakes; Pyjama party! World Book Day; Easter Workshop; Holy Week; Year 1. Homework; Curriculum; PE; Letters; HMS Warrior; Victorian Day and NCI seaside safety; Meet the chicks! Holy Week- remembering and celebrating Easter; News bulletin: Look out for this wolf! We are learning the ukulele; Fairy tales workshop; World.
Set 2 reading sheets; VE day activities; Mr Gumpy's Outing; Pyjamarama activities; Spinderella; One is a snail, Ten is a crab; Easter Projects; We're going on an egg hunt; What the Ladybird Heard resources; Year 1. Christmas Production; Dinosaur Homework; Topic; First Week in Year 1; Science; Literacy; Maths; Scarecrow's Wedding; Year 2; Year 3. Year 3 Blog; Year 4. Daily Activities; Class.Learn More
Spelling. Accurate spelling is an important part of the process of learning to write at primary school. The National Curriculum places great emphasis on correct spelling, and in Year 6 every child sits a spelling, grammar, and punctuation test.Good spelling is also a big part of the writing curriculum at school.Learn More
Dinosaur Homework; Topic; First Week in Year 1; Science; Literacy; Maths; Scarecrow's Wedding; Year 2; Year 3. Year 3 Blog; Year 4. Daily Activities; Class Blog. September 2019; October 2019; November 2019; Spring Term; Times Tables; Year 5; Year 6; School Council; Nursery. The Nursery Curriculum; Woodland Wednesday. Look at the exciting things.Learn More
Click here to find out about the General Election lesson Year 6 did. Click here to find out about our E-safety learning! Click here to be taken to our English page.Learn More
Islam is the world’s second-largest religion. People who follow the religion of Islam are called Muslims and there are around 1.6 billion Muslims in the world. Like Christians and Jews, Muslims are monotheistic, which means they only believe in one God who they call Allah, the Arabic name for God. Islam was founded in the Middle East over 1400 years ago by a man named Muhammad who gave.Learn More
Always happy to help, the White Rose Maths Team has prepared a series of five maths lessons for each year group from Year 1-8. We will be adding five more each week for the next few weeks. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully. Early Years. Year 1. Year 2. Year 3. Year 4. Year 5. Year 6. Year 7. Year 8.Learn More
Click on the link below to find guidance on this week's maths (WEEK 4) - even more exciting Fractions! WHITE ROSE YEAR 6 MATHS (for Worksheets see documents below) As many of you have noticed, the White Rose Worksheet resources are no longer FREE! Mrs D'cruz has renewed the school membership, so we now have access to those resources, but you don't! So, each week, I will load the worksheets and.Learn More
Sikhism began over 500 years ago in an area called the Punjab in India. It was founded by a man called Guru Nanak and is based on what he taught people. There are over 25 million Sikhs all over the world, although most still live in India. Sikhism is the world's fifth most-popular religion. Sikhs believe in one God who guides and protects them. Sikhs see everybody as an equal. Leading a good.Learn More
Maths Home Learning Links Please find below a link to a website, which has some online resources and activities aimed at year 3 children, as well as answers for parents! The White Rose team are adding weekly activities, so please check back regularly for access to FREE maths learning at home.Learn More
Year 4. Photographs (in school) Trip Photographs; Year 4 Assembly; Fairtrade; Year 5. Curriculum map; Useful websites. Maths; English; Homework; Spellings; Year 6. Year 6 Leavers' Prom. Individual Photos; Group Photos; Having Fun at the Prom; Curriculum; Classroom Activities. Prayer Spaces; Easter Acting; Safer Internet Day; Practical maths.Learn More
Times Tables. Knowing their times table is a vital foundation for children's maths skills. Our times tables worksheets can help children learn their tables all the way up to 12!Learn More
Comprehension worksheets for Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key stage 2 (KS2). Revision for comprehension for all types of tests, including SATS and Optional SATS. Comprehension on popular children's literature.Learn More