Key Stage 2 is for 7 to 11 year olds.
We have 4 classes in this phase; Years 3 -6. Each class has roughly 30 children with one teacher and at least one teaching assistant. By the end of Year 6 we ensure that every child is ready for the next stage of their education. At the end of Key Stage 2, children sit national exams so that their achievements can be compared with children throughout the country. We ensure that children leave All Saints' with impressive academic achievements and are all round decent human beings.
At All Saints' Primary School, we follow the National Curriculum for England which was introduced in September 2014. Our aim is to:
build resilient, ambitious learners who strive for success
inspire genuine curiosity in our children
raise standards of achievement
help children become warm hearted human beings who care for one another
make children safe, happy and healthy
We teach a lot of the curriculum through a topic based approach which makes learning more meaningful, connected and exciting for the children. The following links explain exactly what is taught in each year group.
Some National Curriculum areas are taught separately from our Cornerstones topics. It is important that key knowledge and skills are secured before children move on to future learning. Below you will find a full list of the expectations for each year group in reading, writing and maths.