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...Key Stage 2

 

In Key Stage 2, we have four classes, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 taught by a qualified teacher, with the added support of a teaching assistant in each classroom. Pupils cover a range of topics during their time in the Key Stage. Working alongside another year group, each phase, either lower Year 3 and Year 4 or Upper Year 5 & Year 6 follow a two year programme. Student chosen topics have been designed to engage pupil’s interests, giving them the skills of enquiry and creative thinking, whist covering all the areas of the national curriculum.

Key Stage 2 is an important time for encouraging pupil’s spiritual development. Pupils have the opportunity to receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and Holy Communion in Year 3, moving onto making their Confirmation of faith and receiving the Holy Spirit in Year 6.

Pupil’s academic progress and individual needs are constantly monitored and where necessary intervention groups are created not only to help those in need of additional support, but also to drive on the higher achievers with adequate levels of challenge. At the end of the Key Stage pupils sit the national SAT tests by which time pupils are equipped with the skills needed to achieve their academic potential. The schools test results are published and used to monitor whole school progress whilst secondary schools receive individual pupil’s attainment.

Pupil’s achievements are recognised in a variety of ways. Each child is designated a house, for which they are able to achieve house points for achievement, that are added across the school in the house cup competition. In addition to this pupil’s efforts are also recognised in special mention awards presented in Friday Achievement assemblies by the Headteacher.

In addition to the curriculum pupils also have opportunity to take part in a range of extra-curricular activities. Pupils have the opportunity to take part in both competitive and non-competitive sport and represent their school in inter school competition across the City. Netball, Football and Athletics events are all well established with the School also competing in cup competitions. There are also opportunities in Year 5 and Year 6 to take part in residential visits where they take part in a Christian retreat and outdoor adventurous activities.

As pupils move on towards secondary education we liaise with Secondary Schools to ensure an organised transition process within which schools are well informed about the individual needs of their new pupils.

Corpus Christi
Catholic Primary School

pic heartCorpus Christi Catholic Primary School
Langbank Avenue, Coventry CV3 2QP
T: 024 7645 4931 F: 024 7665 2714
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Headteacher Mrs D Newman

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