Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6)
Skills and knowledge acquired during Key Stage 1 are consolidated and developed in Key Stage 2. Students continue to work individually, in groups and as a class, depending upon the task in hand.
During the latter part of Key Stage 2, subject teaching becomes more defined, especially in the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science and more extensive use is made of the science and ICT laboratories. Students are prepared for the subject-orientated approach evident in Year 7 and are expected to become more independent in planning and completing their studies.
|Key Stage 2 Students Playing Dodge-Ball|
Sport, dance, drama and music feature prominently in the curriculum with students engaged in team activities and competitions.
From Year 3 students not requiring ESL have the option of studying either French or Serbian as a second language.