Years 3 - 6
English and maths are taught as discrete lessons focusing on numeracy and literacy skills often connected to the termly topic. The rest of the curriculum is delivered through topics as shown in the curriculum statements. Girls continue to study French and from Year 3, music is part of the timetable, with weekly music lessons, choir practice and recorder lessons.
Digital Technology plays a bigger role in supporting learning, using the Hub and our cloud based Google Apps for Education software, to communicate, work collaboratively and share ideas.
Their use of ICT is excellent in many contexts, including in classroom tasks and homework.
Pupils have excellent attitudes to learning.
ISI INSPECTION REPORT 2014
ON THE TOPIC OF CHOCOLATE
'When discovering more about ‘chocolate’, pupils in Year 3 extended their geography skills by investigating the sort of climate cocoa grows best in and what countries. In science they looked at ‘healthy bodies’ and how what you eat can have an effect and whether chocolate is a healthy food or not. Willy Wonka sent them a letter asking them to be taste testers, so they did surveys and presented the results. Then the real fun scientific stuff started when they created healthier chocolate bars, they tasted pretty good, so they had to use their persuasive English language skills to promote them to others!’
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