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Assessment Week and Revision
We will be holding our final mock SATS week the first week back after the Easter holidays (week commencing 16th of April).
Keep an eye out on twitter as we will be retweeting the White Rose Maths problem of the day. A great revision task that shouldn't take too long to complete. Also we will be putting plenty of past papers and other resources on the website that you will be able to download and complete over Easter if you wish.
|Key Stage 2 Arithmetic 2016 Practice Paper A1.pdf||Download|
|Key Stage 2 Reasoning 2016 Practice Paper R1.pdf||Download|
|Key Stage 2 Reasoning 2016 Practice Paper R2.pdf||Download|
|Key Stage 2 Arithmetic 2016 Practice Paper A1 Quick View and Answers.pdf||Download|
|Key Stage 2 Reasoning 2016 Practice Paper R1 Answers.pdf||Download|
|Key Stage 2 Reasoning 2016 Practice Paper R2 Answers.pdf||Download|
Key information from the SATS meeting below...
Every Monday and every Friday we will be setting an optional challenge that can be completed at home. The aim of these challenges are to revisit and revise learning from Year 6 and other areas of the Key Stage 2 curriculum. Although these challenges are currently optional, they provide a great opportunity to practise key elements of learning in the build up to the end of key stage SATS and writing assessments - positively impacting outcomes at the end of the year.
Monday Challenges - due in on a Friday morning.
Friday Challenges - due in the following Wednesday morning.
This week's Monday Challenge -
Our Current Learning
Christmas Maths Revision
Some maths questions to have a go at over Christmas if you would like to do some revision. The areas included in the papers should cover most topics that we have looked at during the autumn term. Download, print and have a go...(answers included). Bring them in after Christmas and show us how you've done!
Group 1 Guitar Performance
The videos from a great guitar performance last Thursday...
The Future Mayor of Leeds?
As a result of participating in the Leeds Children's Mayor Campaign, one of our very own, Ewan McGawn, was invited to meet The Lord Mayor of Leeds on the 2nd of November. He was treated to a tour of the Council Chambers and to tea and biscuits at the Civic Hall. We're really proud that Ewan was able to represent our school as a result of all his hard work during the campaign. He certainly looks a natural sat in the chair, definite future Mayor potential! Thank you to mum for forwarding us these fantastic pictures.
PSHE - Autumn 2
Our topic this half term for PSHE is Drug, alcohol and tobacco education: Weighing up the risk.
Pupils will learn:
- about the risks associated with using different drugs, including tobacco and nicotine products, alcohol, solvents, medicines and other legal and illegal drugs.
- about assessing the level of risk in different situations involving drug use.
- about ways to manage risk in situations involving drug use.
Updates and Reminders
Please find pictures from recent events in school here.