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Hello and welcome to the KS2 area. This is a useful page for all things to do with KS2. For your or your child's specific class please refer to the class page. For anything to do with KS2 in general please keep an eye on this page. If your child is off ill or self-isolating at home then you will find brief overviews of the learning that their class will be doing below.




Mr Hawkins

Well done to our new House Captains and Vice Captains for 2020-2021. Please keep an eye on the website for a video clip of Mr Bown announcing the children that have been selected. 


St David's Captain - Oliver Barney

St David's Vice Captain - Paulina Sielaczek


St Patrick's Captain - Diarnae Guscoth

St Patrick's Vice Captain - Thomas Wykes


St Andrew's Captain - Maisie Hope

St Andrew's Vice Captain - Isaac Hope


St George's Captain - Zoe Caws

St George's Vice Captain - Lucas Craig

This Week's Learning in LKS2


English -

  • Using nouns and adjectives to form expanded noun phrases.
  • Creating and labelled our own dragon.
  • Classifying a dragon.
  • Creating Top Trumps cards for our own dragons.


Maths - 

  • 4C - Adding 25, negative numbers, roman numerals.
  • 3A and 3/4B - Adding and subtracting 100 and 1, adding and subtract 1, 2 and 3 digit numbers.


Shared Reading - 

  • A myth about dragons.
  • Identifying inference and retrieval questions in a comprehension and answering them.


Afternoon Subjects - 

  • P.E - Athletics: Standing triple jump and relay races.
  • R.E - Hinduism: The belief of Karma.
  • Topic - 3A: The Magnacarta, 3/4 and 4C: The Doomsday book
  • DT - Designing and beginning to make a soft toy.
  • Science - Investigating the best material for a reflective coat.

This Week's Learning in UKS2


English -


  • Introducing our new book 'The Arrival'.
  • Planning, writing and editing a diary entry from the viewpoint of a character.
  • Looking at immigration into the United States in the early 20th century. 


Maths - 


  • Dividing numbers by a one-digit number using short division. 
  • Answering word problems based on the four operations (using and applying known methods).
  • Answering reasoning style questions based on the four operations.  


Shared Reading - 


  • Make predictions and inferences through questioning. 
  • Describing a story by analysing illustrations. 


Afternoon Subjects - 


  • Science - Understanding sunrise and sunset and how these vary depending on the seasons. 
  • Art - Using shading and sketching skills to design a d Christmas card. . 
  • RE - Looking at Islam's attitude to charity. 
  • Geography - Understanding the points of a compass and how a compass can be used to help navigate.
  • PE - Indoor athletics.