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Finch Class Timetable 2016-2017

 

 

 

8.55-9.30

9.30- 10.20

10.20-10.25

10.25-10.45

10.45-11.00

11.00-11.45

12.00-1.00

1.00-1.30         

1.45-2.30

2.45-3.00

Mon

 

 

RAP

Group work C&L

Followed by AF work

PSED Circle time

Tidy up time

Snack and news

Play

time

Group work maths

Followed by AF work

Lunch time

Show

and tell

readers

Group work

Followed by AF work

(UW/EA&D/PD)

Tidy

Story & home

Tues

 

 

RAP

Group work C&L

Followed by AF work

cookery

Tidy up time

Snack and news

Play time

Group work maths

Followed by AF work

Lunch time

        Show

           and tell

           readers

Group work

Followed by AF work

(UW/EA&D/PD)

Tidy

Story & home

Weds

 

 

RAP

Group work C&L

Followed by AF work

cookery

Tidy up time

Snack and news

Play time

Group work maths

Followed by AF work

Lunch time

show

and tell

readers

Group work

Followed by AF work

(UW/EA&D/PD)

Tidy

Story & home

Thurs

 

 

RAP

Followed by AF work

Tidy up time

Snack and news

Play

time

Group work maths

Followed by AF work

Lunch time

show

and tell

readers

Group work

Followed by AF work

(UW/EA&D/PD)

Tidy

Story & home

Fri

 

 

RP

Mrs Breeze (PPA  LC)

Group work C&L

Group work EA&D

Music

Tidy up time

Snack and news

Play time

Mrs Breeze

(PPA LC)

 

PE Sports Hall

Lunch time

1.00-1.30

Whole school assembly

LC

assessments

Mrs Breeze

(PPA LC)

1.30-2.30

Group work

show

and tell

readers

Tidy

Story & home

ell

 

RAP = Registration, Assembly & Phonics

RP = Registration & Phonics

 

 

September 2016 - July 2017

 

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You may find the following information from the Department of Education interesting.

 

Schools are required to administer the following levels 3-5 tests:

  • English reading
  • English grammar, punctuation and spelling
  • mathematics

 

Schools may also choose to administer level 6 versions of these tests.

 

Headteachers should consider a child’s expected attainment before entering them for the level 6 tests as they should already be demonstrating attainment above level 5. The child must achieve a level 5 in the levels 3-5 test and pass the corresponding level 6 test in the same year to be awarded an overall level 6 result. If the child does not pass the level 6 test they will be awarded the level achieved in the levels 3-5 test.

 

Results from the level 6 tests will continue to be used in the accountability framework. The Department will use level 6 results and level 6 English writing teacher assessment in its calculation of progress measures, value added, percentage achieving level 5+ and average point scores. This year the percentage of the number of children at the end of key stage 2 achieving level 6 in a school will also be shown in performance tables. The Department will not publish any information at school level about the numbers of children entered for the level 6 tests, or the percentage achieving level 6 of those entered for level 6.

 

Science sampling tests for children at the end of key stage 2 recommence in June this year on a biennial basis.

 

Test dates

 

The 2014 Key Stage 2 tests will take place from 12-16 May. Schools have been asked to keep this period free for administering the tests.

The levels 3-5 tests must be taken before the corresponding level 6 tests on the scheduled day. All children who are entered for a level 6 test must also complete the corresponding levels 3-5 test.

 

DateTests
Monday 12 May

Levels 3-5 English reading test

Level 6 English reading test

Tuesday 13 May

Levels 3-5 English grammar, punctuation and spelling test

Level 6 English grammar, punctuation and spelling test

Wednesday 14 May

Levels 3-5 mental mathematics test

Levels 3-5 mathematics Paper 1

No level 6 tests timetabled for this day

Thursday 15 May

Levels 3-5 mathematics Paper 2

Level 6 mathematics Paper 1

Level 6 mathematics Paper 2

 

October 14 - 18th 2013

 

Woodlands night walk

Woodlands Night Walk

 

Woodlands team work

 

Woodlands Team Work

 

 

  Spring Half Term Holiday Homework  

 

 

Dear Beech Class,

 

Thank you all for the hard work and enthusiasm that went into our Island Project this term. Your islands were truly spectacular and you all spoke so confidently about your models and drawings.

 

Next term we embark on a whole school topic, ‘FLIGHT’. On Tuesday 3rd June we have invited a local Falconer into school with a selection of birds of prey to talk to you and enjoy a demonstration of their flying skills.

What I would like you to do for your homework this holiday is make something that will ‘FLY’. It could be a plane, a rocket, a hot air balloon, a kite. In fact anything that tickles your flight of fancy.

 

Don’t forget that on Friday 6th June we will be spending another day at Didcot Railway Centre for their 70th anniversary D Day celebrations. So break out your WWII outfits again for this special, by invitation day.

Have a great week,

 

Mrs Garner

                                                                                                                                                                 

 

South Moreton Primary   Key Stage 2      

Curriculum Map 2015/16

 

 

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

Topic

Water

The Stone Age

Brazil

Romans

Superheroes

Circus

Literacy

Traditional Tales
(Wind In the Willows)

Creating images

(Poetry)

Information texts

Explanation texts

Stories from other cultures

Letter Writing

Stories by the same author (Roald Dahl)
Humorous poetry

Adventure and mystery writing

Dialogue and plays

Performance poetry

Instructions

Art/ DT

Self-portraits

Shadow puppets

Monet

Stonehenge

Christmas crafts

Carnival Headdresses

Mosaic

Pop art/

Andy Warhol

Sketching

Landscapes

PE

Invasion Games

Gymnastics

Bench Ball

Dance

Rugby

Dodge ball

Cricket

Netball

Tennis

Athletics

Striking and fielding

History/ Geography

Water cycle,

(rivers)

The Stone Age

Brazil – Rainforest, rivers,

Romans

Great Britain

Weather -

Tropics, climatic zones.

RE

Stories of key religious leaders

Celebrations

Values and commitments

Events in the life of Jesus

Rules and how they influence actions

Special places

ICT

E-safety

Programming / algorithms

Databases/ Handling data

Science

Light

Rocks and Fossils

Animals including humans

Forces and magnets

Plants

Music

VIP
Singing with Mark Stanley

Harvest Festival / Carol Concert

VIP

Singing with Mark Stanley

Federation Music Event

VIP

Singing with Mark Stanley

French

Greetings / Simple communication

Counting

Classroom Instructions

PSHE

New beginnings

Getting on and falling out

Anti-bullying

Going for goals

Good to be me

Relationships

Changes

 

 

 

 

 

 

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