Our Key Stage Two Phase includes classes Year 3 – 6. All of our children follow the National Curriculum, alongside the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). The IPC is a comprehensive, thematic, creative curriculum for 3-11 year olds, with a clear process of learning and with specific learning goals for every subject, for international mindedness and for personal learning. To read more about this, please click on the tab ‘Curriculum’, ‘Areas of the Curriculum’ and then ‘IPC’. Or click here.
We teach some subjects discreetly though, although where possible, there is always a cross curricular link running through. The subjects we teach ‘alone’ are: English, Mathematics, Computing (where it does not fit into the IPC Units), Music, Religious Education and Physical Education.
At the end of this stage, pupils in England aged 11 at the end of Year 6 – are assessed as part of the national programme of assessment, colloquially known as SATs. These tasks, carried out by the teacher, cover English and Mathematics and are externally marked (with the exception of Writing).
DLA Key Stage 2: our Key Stage Two Phase comprises of four classes: Year 3 is called Scientists; Two Year 4 classes, one is called Adventurers and the other is called Voyagers; Year 5 is called Pioneers and our Year 6 class is called Leaders. More can be found about what is being learned in this Key Stage under the tab Curriculum and Areas of the Curriculum.
Teachers and Support Staff: Scientists Class (Year 3)- Ms Doyley, with Mrs Cunnion; Adventurers Class (Year 4)- Mr Casey, with Ms Sawyers; Voyagers Class (Year 4)- Ms Riley, with Ms Grant; Pioneers Class (Year 5)- Ms Grant and Mrs Hamed, with Mrs Horgan and Leaders Class (Year 6) Mr McNally, with Ms Kelly.