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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.”


Ofsted 2017

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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

JRSO’s Speed Check

The JRSO's attended the speed check with the Community Speed Awareness Team on Wednesday. The JRSO's wrote down the registration numbers of the cars which went past. They kept an eye on the speed camera to see if the cars were speeding. The JRSOs really enjoyed it and...

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Brightness Day

On Friday 27th November the JRSOs held a Brightness Day.  The children and staff came to school in their brightest clothes and raised money for 'Children in Need'. There were winners from each class including Miss Kluge. There were also winners of the competitions...

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Christmas Craft Club

Christmas Craft Club started on Monday 16th November. As you can see from the photos, the children had great fun making a whole range of Christmas-themed items, including beautiful cards and letters to Santa.

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Anti Bullying Week

This week was Anti Bullying week which meant it  was a very important week for our Anti Bullying Buddies. On Monday the Buddies led the Whole School Assembly introducing our first ever 'House' competition! Each House had the afternoon to design a poster promoting...

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Brightness Day

The JRSO's have planned  a ‘Brightness Day’ on Friday 27th November 2015 to inform children how important it is to be safe and to be seen, in the winter months. Please encourage your child to come to school in the brightest clothes they have, we are asking for a...

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Christmas Gifts

This year, we are collecting gifts for the Salvation Army. Donations can include new items for men, women or children; suggestions are chocolates, 'smellies', socks, gloves, new toys and books, colouring books and pencils; your donations can be brought into school...

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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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