Evidence of Learning
Our curriculum is knowledge-rich, valued and specified and well sequenced, which inspires pupils, promotes excellent outcomes for all and is underpinned by a drive to overcome inequality of opportunity. The outcomes range from written explanations, scientific drawings, annotated timelines, extended writing across all subjects. Below are a range of outcomes from our pupils.
EXAMPLES OF WORK
Year 6 Science – Human Body.
Year 3 Geography - Settlements.
Year 6 History - WWII
Year 3 Science - Light.
Year 1 English
Year 1 Humanities - Spatial Sense.
Year 4 History - Ancient Egypt.
Year 2 Science - Human Body.
You can see view our statutory assessments here.
It is important to learn about PSHE because we learn about first aid and how to keep ourselves safe. You should talk to trusted adults when you need help.
PSHE helps you with your relationships. It teaches you to make the correct decisions. It helps with your relationships. I teaches you to make correct decisions in life.
You need Maths in every lesson, maths makes science easier.
Phonics helps me in all my lessons as then I can read by myself and try to use more exciting adjectives as I can use my phonics to help me to spell them. I don’t always need to ask the teacher for help.
RE is not just about religion, its about philosophy and has helped me think about links.
'The best unit I have studied so far is life cycles because it is interesting to discover the cycles and occurrences in nature. We looked at what happens in nature. In year 4, we looked at animals and their natural habitats. This helped me to advance my knowledge and learn about interconnected and symbiotic relationships.
I am enjoying RE because of the debates. I have been put on a side I didn’t agree with, but it helps me view different perspectives rather than just seeing my own side.
Science is the subject which looks at the universe and tries to understand how it works as best as possible. There are three main branches of science: biology, chemistry and physics. It is fascinating to study about the world we live in.
A scientist is someone who studies a certain field of science: the main ones being physics, biology and chemistry. They use observation over time, pattern seeking, grouping and classifying, comparative and fair testing and research using secondary sources to investigate something.