Welcome to the curriculum information for Year 4. We use the National Curriculum as the basis for the core knowledge taught at Whitehill. Our topic-based approach allows us to provide a curriculum that is creative, connected and rigorous. Further and more in-depth information can be found in the curriculum overview section of our website.
For the subject overviews in this year group, please click on the links below. You will notice that some subjects have more than one document and these should be read in conjunction with each other. Equally, you may find that the overview contains more than a single year group, in which case, the Year 4 material will be clearly labelled and highlighted. By having the other year groups featured, you will be able to get an overview the progression and links as pupils move through the school.
Not all subjects will have their overviews in the same format but all the necessary information will be included.
|Welcome Letter – Lamarr Class||A letter from the teaching team in Lamarr Class welcoming you to the class|
|Welcome Letter – Orville Class||A letter from the teaching team in Orville Class welcoming you to the class|
|Design and Technology||Curriculum Overview|
|English||Aims and reading list for whole school|
|English (2)||Curriculum Overview|
|Maths (2)||A road map to show progression across the school in Fractions, Decimals and Percentages|
|Maths (3)||A road map to show progression across the school in Geometry|
|Maths (4)||A road map to show progression across the school in Number and Place Value|
|Maths (5)||A road map to show progression across the school in Four Rules of Number|
|Maths (6)||A road map to show progression across the school in Statistics|
|Music (2)||Curriculum Overview – with Covid-19 adaptations|
|Physical Education||Curriculum Overview|
|Physical Education (2)||Activity Afternoon Timetable – Autumn Term|
|Physical Education (4)||Overview of the swimming scheme and expectations our pupils in Year 4 are measured against|
|RSHE (2)||Knowledge and skills progression for Year 4 units of work|
|Religious Education||Curriculum Overview|