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Lower Key Stage 2

Welcome to Lower Key Stage 2! My name is Mrs Dhaliwal and I am the Assistant Headteacher and Lower Key Stage 2 Phase Leader.   This year in Year 3 and Year 4 we will be learning about fascinating topics in lots of exciting ways.  In Year 3  we have Mrs Taylor; Year 3/4 is myself and in Year 4, Miss Clark is the class teacher.  There are three teaching assistants across the phase; Mrs Moores, Mrs Hayes and Mrs Riley.  Mrs Waters is also based in Year 4 supporting one of our children. We aspire to be active, independent, resilient and creative learners. In our phase we are proud of our achievements; we encourage one another and work as a team.  Throughout the year we will continually develop our ability to take risks, question, persevere, solve and reflect through exciting topics such as Ancient Greece.  We will be authors of own super stories using our wonderful writing skills and maths wizzes by practising our very catchy times tables songs.  I look forward to the challenge and excitement that Year 3 and 4 will share together.

Year 3: Meeting Age Related Expectations

If you would like to know more about what your child needs to achieve by the end of Year 3 for reading, writing, maths and Science, this can be found under the heading of Year 3 Statements, at the bottom of this page.  Curriculum statements, outline what is to be taught in the curriculum areas.  We see this as an important opportunity for you to support your child’s learning.

Year 4: Meeting Age Related Expectations

If you would like to know more about what your child needs to achieve by the end of Year 4 for reading, writing, maths and Science, this can be found under the heading of Year 4 Statements, at the bottom of this page.  Curriculum statements, outline what is to be taught in the curriculum areas.  We see this as an important opportunity for you to support your child’s learning.

Assessing Attainment

Assessing children’s attainment in maths, reading, writing and Science in all Years is against a set of skills which are known as Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s).   There are sets of KPI’s for all year groups and at the end of the school year your child’s class teacher will analyse the attainment and progress made by your child against every KPI so that they can award them an overall Grade.   The KPI's in the statements are highlighted in BOLD

Please see the links below on the Year 3 and Year 4 Statements to view relevant KPIs for your child.