Year 3 & 4 - Cinnamon Brow CE Primary School Year 3 & 4 - Cinnamon Brow CE Primary School

Lower KS2 Team: Miss Onions(3), Mr Wright (3/4) & Miss Tonge (4)

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Welcome to KS2! We are children aged 7-9. There are three classes:  year 3, 3/4  and year 4. In the mornings we have Reading,  English and Mathematics. In the afternoons we study for our projects.  All children in year 3 and 4 follow a broad and balanced curriculum. We provide our children with new and exciting opportunities to widen their learning experiences, capturing their interests and making each day challenging and engaging. Teaching the basic skills of English and Mathematics is our first priority. We encourage pupils to use these skills independently in all aspects of school life. In addition to the core subjects we offer a rich and varied curriculum around the following subjects: RE, ICT, Geography, History, Physical Education, Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education, French, The Arts – Music, Art and Design Technology and Science. These subjects are taught individually, or as part of The Creative Engagement Curriculum. Pupils have many opportunities to develop higher order and thinking and questioning skills. The children are encouraged to work individually, in a group or as a whole class. Co-operative teaching and learning styles are used. We believe that a good attitude to work and consistent effort are important for children to achieve their targets. We value the importance of parents’ involvement and the impact it has on their child’s learning.

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Poetry Competition

During the Autumn Term we celebrated National Poetry Week by inviting parents to work alongside the children in EYFS and KS1. Classes in KS2 performed a poetry recital to family and friends. In addition children were invited to take part in a competition to write a Wonderland Poem. Congratulations go to Ben who was presented with a Wonderland Certificate and prize for his poem.