Learning and Caring Together

Key
Stage 2


Welcome to Key Stage 2 - our classes are Foxes, Spiders and Squirrels

Key Stage Two Information

Here is a copy of our Induction Pack for Key Stage Two.

Here is an overview of work to be covered by Years 3 and 4.

Autumn 1 - Legendary Pirates

Autumn 2 - Mythical Greece

Spring 1 - Blast From the Past - British Battles 

Spring 2 - Blast From the Past - WW2 

Topic

Our topic focus this half term is Blast From the Past. 

During the first half term, we will be looking at different famous Battles from history - The Battle of Hastings, The Battle of Trafalgar and WW1.  We will be creating historical information reports linked to this topic and will be answering the questions - Who? Where? When? What happened? Why? 

During the second half term, we will be focusing on WW2 and will again be answering the questions - Who? Where? When? What happened? Why? 

Our launch day will focus on what it was like to be an evacuee.  A soldier will also be visiting and we will all get to see and handle WW2 memorabilia. 

For more information about the Key Stage Two Topic curriculum, please refer to the National Curriculum.


English

Here are some useful websites to support English. 

Maths

​Here are the multiplication tables to help your child with their Mental Maths Multiplication work.

To support multiplication and division facts:

For a list of other useful websites to help you support your child with work in other maths areas.

Please click here or alternatively search on Topmarks

Spanish

Year 3 children will learn to speak, read and spell numbers to 40, months of the year and food.  They will also be introduced to countries which speak Spanish together with traditional songs and stories

Year 4 children will learn to speak, read and spell numbers to 100 and food.  They will continue to learn about other countries which speak Spanish and traditional songs and stories.

Both Year groups will also be liaising with our Spanish link school over the course of the year. 

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