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Welcome to Year 4!

Where does our food come from? - Geography

This term we will:
  • Identify that different foods grow in different biomes and say why.
  • Explain which food has the most significant negative impact on the environment.
  • Consider a change people can make to reduce the negative impact of food production.
  • Describe the intentions around trading responsibly.
  • Explain that food imports can be both helpful and harmful.
  • Describe the journey of a cocoa bean.
  • Locate countries on a blank world map using an atlas.
  • Use a scale bar correctly to measure approximate distances.
  • Collect data through an interview process.
  • Analyse interview responses to answer an enquiry question.
  • Discuss any trends in data collected.

Science - Animals including humans

This unit ‘Animals including humans’ takes children through six lessons where they learn how to: describe the simple functions of the basic parts of the digestive system in humans; identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions; and finally, construct and interpret a variety of food chains, identifying producers, predators and prey.