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Welcome to Upper Key Stage 2

Meet the staff

Staff from all over school will teach your children at various times throughout the year. However, the prodominant member of the Upper Key Stage 2 team are:

Miss Ramsden - UKS2 Leader of Learning and Y5/6 Teacher

Mrs Ainley - Y5/6 Teacher

Miss Oram - Y5/6 Teacher and Lead Practitioner

Mrs Patel - Y5/6 Teacher

Mrs Spencer - part time Y5/6 teacher

Mrs Humphreys - Educational Teaching Assistant/ Cover Supervisor 

Mrs Power - Educational Teaching Assistant

Mrs Lazenby - Educational Teaching Assistant

Class Dojo

We use Class Dojo throughout the school to provide positive praise to children, communicate with parents and to let you at home know how fantastic your children are being! If you haven't linked with your child's Class Dojo avatar yet, please contact us at school. We are aiming for 100% connectivity to continue to spread the good news about how amazing our children are!

Parents' Webs

Please find below, our current Parent Webs. This gives a brief outline of what your child will be styudying this half term and rovides useful information regarding homework and other events that may be happening.

Class Dojo - Student Stories

We have started using a fantastic new feature on our Class Dojo reward system - student stories. This gives our pupils the opportunity to take pictures and videos of school work that they have completed and upload them to their own, personal blog in order for them to be shared with you at home. All they need to do is sign up to their student profile. All parents need to do is to sign up to their parent profile. Please find more information here. If you would like any assistance with logging on to Class Dojo, please come and see one of us in school.

Upper Key Stage 2 Calculation Policy

At the request of some of our parents, please find a document below detailing the methods that we use in school to teach the four operations in mathematics - addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. When working with your child at home, it is often difficult to know exactly which is the 'preferred' method of calcuation: this document should help to clear up such queries. There are also details of the 'foundations' of mental maths that children should be confident in at the end of each year group. As always, if you have any queries about any of the curriculum content, please come and find one of us in school. 


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