The senior children are expected to be independent, self assured and capable of expressing themselves clearly in both the spoken and written word. Children should be able to work in a co-operative way with others and have good manners. They should also be able to respond properly to adults and see themselves as ambassadors for the school.
No child should leave without feeling that they have shared in a wide range of opportunities and responsibilities. In their final year they will have the opportunity to develop their role with the school community – lunchtime ambassadors, sports’ captains, prefects, librarians and monitors. All children in Key Stage 2 study the National Curriculum and Religious Education. The Year 6 children will undertake the SATs in the summer terms. (SPAG, Reading and Mathematics tests and Writing teacher assessment).