Upper Key Stage Two
Miss Nuttall - Year 6 Phase Leader and Class Teacher 5/6N
Mrs Cooper - Class Teacher 6C
Mrs Lovell - Class Teacher 6L
Miss Barham - Class Teacher 5B
Miss Webb - Class Teacher 5W
Mr Lock and Miss Keen also teach across UKS2.
If you would like to speak to a member of the team please pop into the office to make an appointment or e-mail Miss Nuttall on firstname.lastname@example.org
Children's learning in UKS2 is supported by a team of teaching assistants (TAs).
Our TAs support in all classes, as well as teaching phonics throughout the school.
TAs in UKS2 - Miss Severn, Mrs Baker and Mrs Reeve
Monday 19th February - start of Term 4
Thursday 29th February - Parents Evening 1
Tuesday 5th March - Parents Evening 2
Thursday 28th March - end of term 4.
PE - Term 2
5B - Monday (swimming) and Tuesday (outdoor)
5W - Tuesday (outdoor) and Friday (indoor)
5/6N - Monday (indoor) and Thursday (outdoor)
6C - Monday (outdoor) and Thursday (swimming)
6L - Monday (indoor) and Tuesday (outdoor)
This term our indoor PE will be gymnastics and outdoor will be cricket.
Pupils should come into school wearing their PE kit
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Phonics and literacy
The main focus within Year 5/6 is using and applying our Maths knowledge.
Below are links to two documents showing what children should know and be able to do in Maths by the end of year 5 and 6:
Children should practise their times tables using the TT Rockstars app, Purple Mash and activties on the Top Marks website.
Our Curriculum Work Term 4
DT and History
This term, our Curriculum subjects are DT and History.
In DT, we will start off by finding out the influence of Mary Quant on fashion and design. We will then look at different types of pencil cases and how they are constructed. Once we have practiced different types of sewing stitches, we will create our own pencil cases.
We will be learning about World War 2 in our History lessons this term. We'll find out how the War started, why children were evacuated and where they were sent to and what rationing was like.
IN RE this term we will continue to learn about Judaism.
Rights Respecting School
The right to have a name. We encourage children to look into the meaning/origin of their names and make a picture any size, any style of their name for a display.
These are some of the websites that we like to use in school which the children have a log in for: