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School Day: 8:40 - 15:10

Diary Dates - This Week 

19/06 - Sponsored walk

19/06 - Forest School - Starfish

19/06 - Lions Rounders Comp

19/06 - Royal Celebration lunch

20/06 - Eagles trip to Mission out

Future Dates

25/06 - Mobile Library

26/06 - Forest School - Lions

26/06 - KS2 Cricket Competition

27/06 - Bags to School

28/06 - Lions trip to YWP

03/07 - Forest School - Dolphins

03/7 - KS2 Cricket - Askern Cricket Ground

03/07 - Y5 transition day - Campsmount

04/07 - Carleton School Induction day

05/07 - Careers Morning

05/07 - Non Uniform Day

08/07 - Nursery Stay and play - New Starters

08/07 - Brayton School Transition week

09/07 - Campsmount Transition

09/07 - Sports Day & Summer Fayre

 

 

 

NOTICES 

If your child leaves school unsupervised, please ensure you complete this form.

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If your child is due to start secondary school in 2024, please see attached letter.

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 If your child is due to start Primary school in 2024, please see attached letter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assessment

We assess children each term in all areas. 

The core areas- Maths, Reading, Writing, SPAG (spelling, punctuation and grammar).  Kirk Smeaton School use Rising Stars and SATS past papers to assess progress each term as this is in line with standardised scores and the end of each key stage. 

The foundation subjects/ non core areas- Art, Design Technology, RE, PHSCE, Science, Music, History, Geography, PE and Languages. Please see the attached sheets with the National Curriculum criteria.  Each class teacher highlights the skills that have been taught each term and these are then shared with new teachers as the class moves through school.  Planning is adapted to ensure that all areas are covered.

 

Standardised scores

Standardised scores are used as part of the KS1 and KS2 assessments.  It gives teachers a score between 85-120 to show where the child is working at:

 

  • 85-99 is classed as below the National standard
  • 100-105 is classed as working within the National standard
  • 110-120 is working above National standard