Write a quote here from one of your customers. Quotes are a great way to build confidence in your products or services.Autor deste orçamento
Prime School's offers a flexible curriculum with integrated assessment for 5-10 year olds.
Key Stage 1
Key Stage 1 is the stage of education that a child begins when they turn five. It is a busy and exciting stage where children build on what they learned in their early years classes and start to develop their learning potential and fully participate in school life. During this two-year period there is a focus on the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science, along with various cross-curricular projects that will help the children to develop their learning styles, their natural curiosity and to explore the world around them. The children will also have weekly Art and P.E. lessons with teachers who specialize in those subject areas.
Core Subject Information
The core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science are each divided into different units throughout the year. Each unit is based on a particular topic within that subject, and aims to be interactive and fun for the pupils while helping them to meet specific learning targets. Below is a guide to examples of units covered in Key Stage 1.
In English there is a focus on story based units. We will learn about traditional and fairytale stories, stories from a range of cultures and stories with familiar settings and in fantasy worlds. We are also learning about poetry, information texts such as dictionaries and how to make and use labels, lists and instructions to help the children with everyday tasks.
The units in science include ourselves, light and dark, pushes and pulls, health and growth, sorting and using materials and growing plants. We also study sound and hearing, and plants and animals in the local environment.
In Mathematics we are studying units that cover addition and subtraction and counting. Also time, 2D and 3D shape, length, weight, capacity, money and data handling.
Cross Curricular projects
Our cross curricular projects combine aspects of the core subjects with other subjects, such as art, design, history, geography, personal and social education and ICT. Main projects could be ‘Pirates’, ‘the stories of Hans Christian Andersen’ and ‘'Jungle animals’, including trips to the Hans Christian Andersen museum and the zoo to support the work done in class. Some of our smaller projects may include ‘Who we are’, ‘Where in the world is Barnaby bear’ and ‘holidays’ such as Halloween, Eid, Diwali, Christmas and Easter. Key Stage 2 is the legal term for the four years of schooling normally known as Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6, when pupils are aged between 7 and 11. The term is used to define the group of pupils who must follow the relevant programmes of study from the cambridge Curriculum. All pupils in this Key Stage must follow a programme of education in the six areas of learning in the curriculum:
Language and Literacy
Mathematics and Numeracy
The World Around Us
Personal Development and Mutual Understanding
Write a quote here from one of your customers. Quotes are a great way to build confidence in your products or services.John Doe, CEO