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“Pupils feel safe and have a good understanding of how to keep safe. This is because the curriculum provides regular and appropriate opportunities for them to learn how to keep safe, including when using the internet.”


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Swans Class

Key Stage 2 – Years 5 & 6

Upper Key Stage 2 starts in Year 5 and finishes when the children leave primary school at the end of Year 6. Emphasis in this class is still placed on a balanced and creative curriculum, but one that also encourages independence and self-organisational skills. By the end of Key Stage 2, the children will have had the opportunity to take part in a number of transition activities (so they feel more prepared for High school), will have had the opportunity to take part in a week-long residential trip and they will have also taken their Key Stage 2 SATs tests.

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On this page you will find news about our class, an overview of the work we are doing this half-term and links to online learning resources.

Mrs Edwards

Swans Class Teacher

Latest News From Swans Class

Paralympic Enrichment Day

On Friday, all the classes were involved in an Enrichment Day. Mr Ross from Premier Sport taught the children some games which included 'blindfolded' ball games, boccia as well as 'floor volleyball' involving balloons. The children all enjoyed the activities and...

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Table Tennis Success

Four children took part in a recent Table Tennis competition.  They all played really well and managed a secure a place in the county final!!  Well done boys !

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Speed Check

The new JRSO's first job was to join the Community Speed Watch Team on their speed check. The JRSO's were very excited and ready with their clipboards and pencils to take down information. The Community Speed Watch Team explained to the JRSO's what they had to do and...

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Swans Become Junior Pizzaiolos!

Swans class had the opportunity to visit Pizza Express in Colchester. They learnt about the history of Pizza Express restaurants, what different ingredients are used to make a pizza as well as having the opportunity of making (and eating) their own pizzas. Thank you...

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Monet Masterpiece

Children from Key Stage Two have been enjoying Art Club with Miss Jones and Mrs Kite. The children have been recreating their own version of Monet's painting of the water lily pond and bridge. The children used their fingertips to mix and paint their masterpiece....

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Healthy Living Week

Last week our timetable was dedicated to Healthy Living Week; the children were involved in many different activities.  These included our sports day, some Paralympic games, a visit from PC Di and PCSO Denise who talked to the different classes about a variety of...

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We Are Working On

Spring 2

History – The Shang Dynasty

  • A Place in Time
  • Living in the Shang Dynasty
  • Gods and Kings
  • Dragon Bones
  • Artefacts
  • Fu Hao

Science – Living Things

  • Classifying, grouping and sorting animals
  • The Linnean system of grouping
  • Curious Creatures (identifying different animals)
  • Micro-organisms

Art – Wildlife Birds

  • Drawing with pencil
  • Drawing feathers
  • Printing feathers
  • Modelling 3D papers birds

    PE Futsal / Swimming

    • Control and co-ordination
    • Balance and agility
    • New skills using the feet and hands
    • New rules, tactics and stamina
    • Teamwork
    • Accuracy in passing and receiving

    RE – Celebrations

    • Chinese New Year
    • Important Animals
    • Culture, Custom and Celebrations

    Computing – Apps and Software

    • Investigate new apps to support learning
    • Using new Apps to support learning across the curriculum
    • Evaluating Apps

    Key Stage 2 Learning Resources

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