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Year 7

Welcome to Year Seven

The teachers in Year Seven are Mrs Malone (Year Band Leader), Miss Mc Namee, Mr Mc Bride and Mr Muldoon. 


Autumn Term Topics:



In numeracy the children will be looking at a huge variety of topics in their first term. These include

Area and perimeter of compound shapes.

Place value in numbers up to 9 digits

Mean, Median, Mode and Range

Data Handling

Problem Solving

Percentages, Decimals and Fractions.

Revision of all basic number functions.


Year 7 children should be working on revision of table facts and properties of 2D/3D shapes each night.



Literacy is broken into three distinct areas of learning.



The children's reading ability will continue to grow through their work on comprehension skills.   All children will explore a range of fiction and non-fiction texts and respond to questions pitched at their level.  


Comprehension skills will be developed further through work on the class novel, Under the Hawthorn Tree.




The children will look at a range of different topics in their grammar work this term which includes:

Revision of all parts of speech

Direct and Indirect Speech

Proof Reading

Suffixes and Prefixes

A range of other topics.




The children are currently compiling their own balanced argument report based on a Victorian Workhouse and their novel, Under the Hawthorn Tree.

In their programme they have looked at:

The structure of a balanced report

The main features of a balanced report

Identified the difference between arguments for and arguments against

Planned a balanced report

Drafted and edited their own balanced report.



World Around Us:

Children will be taking an indepth look into the Victorian world this year.  To help explore their topic, they will be using a range of practical, text-based and UICT resources.   Some key areas of learning to be explored are:

Victorian Inventions

Important dates/timelines in the Victorian Era

The Great Hunger

Expansion of the British Empire

Famous Victorians

Victorian Authors

Life as a Victorian Child



The children are currently using the Grow in Love Programme.