End of Year Expectations - Year 4


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End of Year Expectations - Year 4

 

Unlocking learning through oracy
  • Talk and listen confidently in a wide range of contexts.
  • Ask questions to clarify or develop understanding.
  • Give an answer and justify with evidence.
  • Sequence, develop and communicate ideas in an organised and logical way in complete sentences as required.
  • Show understanding of the main points and significant details in a discussion.
  • Show they have listened carefully through making relevant comments.
  • Increasingly able to adapt what they say to meet the needs of the audience/listener.
  • Vary the use and choice of vocabulary dependent on the purpose and audience.
  • Vary the amount of detail dependent on the purpose and audience.
  • Show understanding of how and why language choices vary in different contexts.
  • Use some features of Standard English.
  • Present writing to an audience using appropriate intonation and control the tone and volume so that the meaning is clear.
  • Perform poems or plays from memory conveying ideas about characters and situation by adapting expression and tone.
  • Understand when the context requires the use of Standard English.

 

 Reading  Writing  Mathematics
  • Give a personal point of view on a text.
  • Re-explain a text with confidence.
  • Justify inferences with evidence, predicting what might happen from details stated or implied.
  • Use appropriate voices for characters within a story.
  • Recognise apostrophe of possession (plural)
  • Identify how sentence type can be changed by altering word order, tenses, adding/deleting words or amending punctuation.
  • Explain why a writer has used different sentence types or a particular word order and the effect it has created.
  • Skim & scan to locate information and/or answer a question.
  • Vary sentence structure, using different openers.
  • Use adjectival phrases (e.g. biting cold wind).
  • Use appropriate choice of noun or pronoun.
  • Use fronted adverbials.
  • Use apostrophe for plural possession.
  • Use a comma after fronted adverbial (e.g. Later that day, I heard bad news.).
  • Use commas to mark clauses.
  • Use inverted commas and other punctuation to punctuate direct speech.
  • Use paragraphs to organize ideas around a theme.
  • Use connecting adverbs to link paragraphs.
  • Write with increasing legibility, consistency and fluency.
  • Count backwards through zero to include negative numbers.
  • Compare & order numbers beyond 1,000.
  • Compare & order numbers with up to 2 decimal places.
  • Read Roman numerals to 100.
  • Find 1,000 more/less than a given number.
  • Count in multiples of 6, 7, 9, 25 & 1000.
  • Recall & use multiplication & division facts all tables to 12x12.
  • Recognise PV of any 4-digit number.
  • Round any number to the nearest 10, 100 or 1,000.
  • Round decimals with 1dp to nearest whole number.
  • Add & subtract:
    • Numbers with up to 4-digits using written columnar method.
  • Multiply:
    • 2-digit by 1-digit
    • 3-digit by 1-digit
  • Count up/down in hundredths.
  • Recognise & write equivalent fractions
  • +/- fractions with same denominator.
  • Read, write & convert time between analogue & digital 12 & 24 hour clocks.

 

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