A smooth transition from Key Stage One is vital. We use a multi-sensory approach to develop key skills such as spelling, fine-motor control and recall of times tables. We encourage pupils to work collaboratively and to develop their resilience through problem solving.

Work is based on cross-curricular themes; following on from Foxes, but with a more formal approach. Learning can take many forms; such as using art work to inspire creative writing, interviewing visitors in school, and making observations in our wider environment. Recently, pupils designed and built Roman shields and then marched in formation as Legionaries.

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Buzzards Curriculum Letter Spring 2022

Buzzards Curriculum Letter Autumn 2021

Buzzards Curriculum Letter Summer 2021

Class Teacher: Miss Skelley

Teaching  Assistant: Mrs Kent-Smith

We have been learning about electricity, and had fun doing some science experiments.


20190909_112646.jpg#asset:1523Maths - Maths sessions develop pupils' 'Number sense', Additive Reading', 'Multiplicative Reasoning' and Geometric Reasoning'. Children learn to read and write Roman Numerals and will apply this learning to telling the time and recording dates.



History and Geography - The Children have learnt about origins of the empire, how it spread and was defended, and how the Ancient Romans have influenced Britain today. Learning also included Roman myths