Key Stage 2

Winter Windowland Challenge

20th November 2020

Year 6 Writing Workshops

30th October 2020

Year 4 Roman Family Café

21st October 2020

Reading in KS2

19th October 2020

Year 4 celebrate World Mental Health Day

14th October 2020

Year 3 celebrate Mental Health Day

14th October 2020

Year 4 Science

6th October 2020

Art in Year 5

6th October 2020

Coding in Year 3

6th October 2020

Set Up Safe: Internet Matters

16th September 2020

Curriculum Plans Key Stage 2

Autumn (first half of term) 2020 Year 3 Curriculum Letter Log into your child's Seesaw account
Autumn (second half of term) 2020 Year 3 Curriculum Letter Log into your child's Seesaw account
Autumn (first half-term) 2020 Parent Curriculum Letter Your child's Home Learning can be accessed on their Seesaw account
Autumn (second half-term) 2020 Curriculum Letter Home Learning
Autumn (first half-term) 2020 Parent Curriculum Letter Set on Google Classroom
Autumn (second half-term) 2020 Parent Curriculum Letter  Set on Google Classroom
Autumn (first half-term) 2020 Year 6 Curriculum Letter Set on Google Classroom
Autumn (second half-term) 2020 Year 6 Curriculum Letter  Set on Google Classroom

Welcome Videos - September 2020

Years 3 & 4
Year 5
Year 6

Overview

From Year 3 to Year 6 pupils follow a topic based curriculum which incorporates all National Curriculum subjects. Core texts and topic books (e.g. books related to the Romans) are used in reading and writing lessons. Generally maths is taught discretely.
Maths is taught through 'Power Maths’, a programme which supports a teaching for mastery approach. Lessons and activities are designed to be taught using problem-solving approaches to encourage pupils’ higher-level thinking. The focus is on working with pupils’ core competencies, building on what they know to develop their relational understanding.
Writing is taught through a range of exciting stimuli which includes books, film clips, artefacts, and real life experiences. We strive to equip children to develop a rich vocabulary which can help them bring their writing to life. Basic skills and non - negotiables underpin writing in all areas of the curriculum. Teachers model the writing process and demonstrate the ambitious high standards expected of all children.

Curriculum

Below are some information sheets for parents and carers outlining English and maths expectations for each year group.

English:

English writing handouts years 3 and 4

English writing handouts year 5

English writing handouts year 6

Maths:

Year 3 Maths

Year 4 Maths

Year 5 Maths

Year 6 Maths

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