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Key Stage 2 (aged 7-11 years)

Students in Key Stage 2 continue to study the subjects of the National Curriculum. There is a focus on structured learning so that the pupils can develop independent working skills while sustaining an enjoyment for learning. A cross curricular approach to subject teaching is used where subjects are integrated, whenever possible, within a termly topic. English and Mathematics are the core subjects so receive priority and are taught daily. Students are taught Science, History, Geography, Art, Design Technology and Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education. All of the above subjects are taught by the Class Teacher. Music, Computing, Physical Education, Mongolian Language, Mongolian History and Chinese are taught by specialist teachers.

Assessment of student’s progress is continuous through Teacher Assessment. Alongside this, teachers also do more formal assessments at the end of each term that they use to judge children against the year group expectations. This information is shared with parents through a written report sent at the end of each term.  Twice per year we invite parents to meet their child's class teachers to discuss their child's education, development and progress.