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Key Stage 2

Key Stage 2 starts in Year 3 and ends at the end of Year 6. The transition from Key Stage 1 is carefully managed and children are given opportunities to get to know their new class teachers before the start of the Autumn Term.

We have two classes in each of the year groups 3 to 6 and the teachers in each phase plan together to ensure that all children have the same opportunities. 

In Key Stage 2 we enjoy reading, writing and maths in the morning and topic work, Science, RE, Art, DT, French and PE in the afternoons. Children participate in school trips, sporting events, drama productions as well as events at other schools and community events.

Key Stage 2 children also have the opportunity to have peripatetic music lessons in guitar, piano, recorder and flute. 

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In Year 4 our children enjoy a 3 day residential trip to The Wilderness and in Year 6 children go 5 day visit to Morfa Bay in Wales where they participate in all sorts of outdoor and adventurous activities.

Morfa Bay 2021 Presentation

Morfa Bay Presentation

Morfa Bay Video 2019

Morfa Bay Video

Morfa Bay Pictures

 

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Current Topic Webs, Newsletters & Homework

Autumn Term 2022

Year 3 - Beech and Willow Classes

 Newsletter Willow

Beech Newsletter

Topic Web

Reading Road

Geography Knowledge Organiser

Homework

Year 4 - Chestnut and Maple Classes

Newsletter

Topic Web

Reading Road

RE Knowledge Organiser

Geography Knowledge Organiser

Science Knowledge Organiser

Homework

Year 5 - Ash and Elm Classes

 Newsletter Ash

Newsletter Elm

Topic Web

Reading Road

RE Knowledge Organiser

Geography Knowledge Organiser

Science Knowledge Organiser

Spelling Group 1

Spelling Group 2

Homework

Year 6 - Oak and Rowan Classes

Newsletter Oak

Newsletter Rowan

Topic Web

Reading Road

RE Knowledge Organiser

Geography Knowledge Organiser

 Spelling List Term 1

Spelling List Term 2

Homework

These are the common exception words that children in Year 5/6 are expected to be able to spell.

This maths guide and reading guide have a few tips and tricks to help you help your child with their maths and reading at home. We hope you’ll find them useful! 


 

These are the common exception words that children in Year 3/4 are expected to be able to spell.

 

These are the common exception words that children in Year 5/6 are expected to be able to spell.

This maths guide and reading guide have a few tips and tricks to help you help your child with their maths and reading at home. We hope you’ll find them useful! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                  

 


 

 

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