Key Stage 1

Key Stage 1 is a very exciting stage in a child's learning in which they enter the National Curriculum. Our Key Stage 1 curriculum is designed and delivered in line with the National Curriculum and the International Primary Curriculum. Our aim for Key Stage 1 learners is for them to develop excellent foundations in communication (reading, writing and speaking & listening) and maths through a range of creative and learning experiences. In Year 1 we use a Continuous Provision approach similar to that of Reception to support pupils’ learning. 

In Key Stage 1 we currently use Letters and Sounds for our phonics and the Oxford Reading Tree reading books. Some children in Key Stage 1 will begin to use Accelerated Reader online to for reading comprehension activities. 

Our Key Stage 1 classes are: 

 

Cam Class (Year 1): Teacher: Mrs Hack, Teaching Assistants: Mrs Grant

Waveney Class (Year 1): Teacher: Mrs Evans, Teaching Assistants: Mrs Penn

Thames Class (Year 2): Teacher: Miss Willis, Teaching Assistans: Mrs Atkins and Miss Mead

Tyne Class (Year 2): Teacher: Mrs Sore, Teaching Assistants: Mrs Johnson 

 

 

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