Upper Key Stage 2

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Welcome to Upper Key Stage 2. The Upper Key Stage 2 staff are: Mr Richardson (Deputy Head) , Mrs Foster-Spanner (teacher), Mrs Teasdale and Mrs Peirse (teaching assistants). In Year 5 and 6 we will enjoy improving our skills in reading, writing and maths through a cross-curricular approach. We have a range of very exciting themes such as exploring the role of smugglers and their history around our local area, learning about the Amazon rainforest and the Mayan civilisation, studying the history and impact of Egypt and  World War 2 and developing our understanding of evolution. Alongside this our writing is inspired by using a range of iconic authors and texts such as Shakespeare, Robert Louis Stephenson and Enid Blyton. We also take part in many sporting events, go on wonderful trips and enjoy whole school performances!

To view more information on our curriculum and activities please click here to view our information sheet.

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