Our Key Stage 2 classroom is well organised to support children’s learning.
We have computers in our room and plenty of resources to help make our learning interesting; we like to research information and are always keen to learn in different ways – for example, we have online programs which we use to consolidate our learning in Maths and English.
Often, our topic work is supported by trips and we take part in a four-day residential weekend at the Aylmerton Field Study Centre in Norfolk in June each year. We take part in sports tournaments and a range of activities with the other schools on the peninsular and have links with the Royal Hospital School too, where we go swimming during the Summer term each year.
Our Key Stage 2 children are taught in a small class together, where all activities are carefully matched to individuals. The class teacher is supported by a teaching assistant every morning, to allow all children to succeed to the best of their ability.