Music Assembly

Just a little snippet of the children in music assembly. The children have a weekly music lesson, they play their recorders and learn new songs. They are currently practising for the summer concert in the church.

Our fantastic brass band will be playing at the Tower of London on Tuesday 12th June. Please wish them well!


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Info for parents for KS1 and KS2 Assessments

Key Stage 1
Your child’s teacher is responsible for judging the standards your child is working at in English, maths and science, by the end of key stage 1. To help inform those judgements, pupils sit national curriculum tests in English and maths, commonly called SATs. They may also sit an optional test in English grammar, punctuation and spelling. The tests are a tool for teachers to help them measure your child’s performance and identify their needs as they move into key stage 2. They also allow teachers to see how your child is performing against national expected standards.
The tests can be taken any time during May and they are not strictly timed. Pupils may not even know they are taking them as many teachers will incorporate them into everyday classroom activities.
Subject Test paper
English reading
Short text and questions
Long text with separate questions
Mathematical reasoning
English grammar, punctuation and spelling (optional test)
Punctuation and grammar  (including vocabulary)
Teachers will use the results from these tests, along with the work your child has done throughout the year, to help them reach their own judgements about how your child is progressing at the end of key stage 1. These teacher assessment judgements will be reported to you by the end of the summer term.

Key Stage 2
If you have a child in year 6, at the end of key stage 2, they will take national curriculum tests in English reading, English grammar, punctuation and spelling and mathematics.
The tests help measure the progress pupils have made and identify if they need additional support in a certain area. The tests are also used to assess schools’ performance and to produce national performance data. The key stage 2 tests will be taken on set dates unless your child is absent, in which case they may be able to take them up to 5 school days afterwards.
Test paper
Monday 14th May English grammar, punctuation and spelling
Punctuation and grammar (including vocabulary)
Tuesday 15th May English reading
English reading
Wednesday 16th May Mathematics
Mathematical reasoning
Thursday 17th May Mathematics
Mathematical reasoning
At the end of the summer term you should receive test results for:
• English grammar, punctuation and spelling
• English reading
• Mathematics
Teacher assessment
As there is no test for English writing, this will be reported as a teacher assessment judgement. This is a judgement teachers will make, based on your child’s work at the end of key stage 2. You will also receive teacher assessment judgements for English reading, mathematics and science.

Science Week begins on March 19th 2018

It’s almost that time of year again with Science Week approaching fast and we have some special events planned.

There will be Parent Scientist Assembly, a Scientist Day when KS2 classes will be exploring a scientist from the past, and, Ian Dunne, a visiting Scientist Showman will be performing for KS2.

All classes will have an investigation day based on their current science topic.

The Infants will host a Q&A with a member of the medical profession. More on this soon!

The Infants will be exploring the world of magnified images and having a guess at what the photographs might be. There will be an image a day and the winning student will get an out of this world prize!

This will give the younger children the chance to explore man-made and natural materials as well as living and non-living.

Here is an image to wet your appetite!​