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Year 6 Parent Meeting Curriculum and Expectations KS2 Timetable

Expectations Assessments Supporting your childs learning School uniform Key stage 2KTimetable Pupils will experience a broad and engaging curriculum. Daily literacy lessons based on good quality childrens books Daily Maths lessons

Daily Guided Reading Spelling and Punctuation lessons[SPaG] Handwriting lessons A broad curriculum which develops skills and knowledge in a wide range of subjects: Science, ICT, French, Geography, History, RE Art, DT, Music, PE, Enterprise Writing Expectations Pupils to write independently for a range of purposes

and audiences as part of their work across the curriculum. Pupils monitor whether their own writing makes sense checking and editing as needed. Spelling Expectations At the end of year 6 pupils should be able to spell correctly most words from the year 5 and 6 spelling list to be at the expected standard for writing.

Handwriting By Year 6 pupils should have a neat, joined handwriting style. They should be able to maintain legibility in joined handwriting when writing at speed, so that problems with forming letters do not get in the way of writing down what they want to say. Handwriting should continue to be taught, with the aim of increasing the fluency.

Writing Expectations At the end of key stage 2 pupils writing will be assessed against the English writing framework. There are three standards in this framework: Working towards the expected standard Working at the expected standard Working at greater depth Each standard contains a number of pupil can statements. To judge that a pupil is working at a standard in writing, teachers need to have evidence which demonstrates that

the pupil meets the standard described overall. Maths Expectations Children should be able to recall the multiplication tables up to and including 12x12 by the end of year 4. Reading Expectations Pupils should read independently age appropriate

books with accuracy and at a reasonable pace. They should be able to read most words effortlessly and have secure strategies to read new and unfamiliar words Pupils should read and discuss an increasingly wide range of fiction, poetry, plays, non-fiction and reference books or textbooks Science Expectations At the end of key stage 2 pupils writing will be

assessed against the Science framework. The standard is either met or not met. The standard in this framework contains a number of pupil can statements. Pupils need to meet all of the statements in the framework to reach the expected standard. Year 6 SATs Tests At the end of key stage 2 pupils will sit tests for English reading, maths and SPaG [spelling, punctuation and

grammar]. In these tests pupils will either be: Working at the expected standard or Working below the expected standard The government are expecting 85% of children to be working at expected standards. Scaled Scores Childrens tests are marked and a raw score given.

The pupils raw score is translated into a scaled score using a conversion table. A scaled score of 100 will always represent the expected standard on the KS2 test. 2019 Timetable for SATs Date Activity

Monday 13 May English grammar, punctuation and spelling papers 1 and 2 Tuesday 14 May English reading Wednesday 15 May

Mathematics papers 1 and 2 Thursday 16 May Mathematics paper 3 Behaviour for Learning Ensure your child has all the things

they need and are ready to learn [Good nights sleep and breakfast] Children need to be active learners. They need to listen, participate in lessons, work hard and have a go. Supporting Learning

Ensure your child reads their book for at least 25minutes. Ask questions and talk to them about their book to develop their comprehension. Continue to support your child to learn their weekly spellings and times tables. Support with the learning of Number Wizard. Home learning

What your child will be learning about each term is sent home and published on the school website. Talk about their day and take an interest in their learning. Encourage your child to try some of the home learning opportunities that have been suggested by the teacher and bring into school work they have completed. Every child has an Espresso login paid for by the school which enables them to access a wide range of interactive learning activities and information.

Encourage them to use this resource. School Uniform Red sweatshirt or cardigan, white shirt or polo shirt, black trousers or skirt. Black shoes or completely black trainers. PE kits: black PE shorts, white round neck tshirt, black plimsolls, black tracksuit bottoms and top All uniform to be labelled Bookbags must come to school each day

Only studs may be worn and no nail varnish Questions

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