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YEAR GROUPS

Here you will find in-depth information about each of our year groups and find out what they learn about in school.

At Kingsland, we are extremely proud of our classes being sponsored by a wide range of universities across the United Kingdom.

To find out more about each individual year group, simply click on your year of choice. Once clicked, all of your information will magically appear!

ABERYSTWYTH UNIVERSITY

"Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age and dreams are forever" - Walt Disney

The University of Aberystwyth consists of our wonderful Reception children who are part of our Early Years Foundation stage at Kingsland. Our curriculum introduces children to school learning through a range a of inspiring, engaging and challenging activities and through play and exploration in the indoor and outdoor environment.

We aim to provide an environment that motivates and inspires children’s curiosity and imagination enabling them to become confident and independent learners helping them prepare for lifelong learning.

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UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM

YEAR 4

"This class is great as learning is always challenging and fun"

University of Birmingham consists of some of the Year 4 children at
Kingsland School. After the busy Autumn Term, we are excited to
continue to build our learning throughout the Spring Term!

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UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS

YEAR 3

"Somewhere inside all of us is the power to change the world" - Roald Dahl

 Our Year 3 class is named after the ‘University of Leeds’, which is one of the largest higher education institutions in the United Kingdom. It currently has a ten year academic strategy rooted in a desire to make a difference in the world.

Year 3 is a vital year in school, where children really start to grow-up and become much more independent, as they transition from Key Stage 1 into Key Stage 2.

During Year 3 we will develop our knowledge, skills and understanding in each of the core subject areas and other foundation subjects, building on our prior learning already in place from previous years.

We will also experience some new challenges and new learning opportunities in KS2 which may include playing a musical instrument, becoming a member of a enrichment club or speaking a new language.

In Leeds, it will be important for us all to develop our independence, our resilience and our own ideas and interests within learning, to become the best that we can possibly be remembering our school motto of ‘Dream, Believe, Succeed Together’.

MEET OUR TEACHER

MISS PARFITT

Hello! My name is Miss Parfitt and I am the class teacher in Year 3 Leeds and also RE lead within school. I love to learn new things to broaden my experiences and I am currently studying a NPQL in Behaviour and Culture alongside teaching.

My hobbies include reading, cooking and arts and crafts and I would really love for all of the children at Kingsland to share in these experiences by incorporating them into my lessons, through extra-curricular clubs and enrichment days.

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UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

YEAR 3

“It matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be” - Albus Dumbledore

Our Year 3/4 class is named after the ‘University of Manchester’, which is the largest single site University in the UK. Their motto is knowledge, wisdom, and humanity which we as class live by everyday in school.

Children in year 3/4 are taught separately in the mornings in smaller groups. They deepen their learning in English, maths, science, and phonics building on the skills already gained in their previous year group.

Year 4 children are provided with an exciting opportunity to learn the trumpet or clarinet taught by musical specialists. This also provides them with performance opportunities at the town hall and the brass section of the Marines.

All children are encouraged to explore the wide range of enrichment activities provided within school which range from sport, arts and crafts, music to Lego. These clubs are extremely popular and not only give the children the chance to socialise but learn new skills at the same time.

The love of reading is a core element of year 3/4. Children like to share this through various platforms such as reading out loud to the class, buddy reading, reading to the class teacher or simply quiet reading to themselves.

“Reading is important. If you know how to read, the whole world opens up to you” – Barack Obama

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OXFORD UNIVERSITY

YEAR 6

“Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.” – Malcolm X

Year 6 Oxford are part of our amazing year 6 cohort. Children in year 6 are nearing the end of their primary school journey and are making preparations for their next chapter and transition to secondary school. Children work extremely hard and are resilient learners. We are very proud of each and every one of them and our year 6 team of staff strive to support, guide and challenge children through all aspects of their final year at Kingsland School.

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UNIVERSITY OF EXETER

YEAR 2

“All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.” - Walt Disney

The University of Exeter contains part of the Year 2 cohort at Kingsland Primary School. The children in this class have a real thirst for knowledge and love learning about the new things taught that will prepare them for their new adventure in September in Key Stage 2! They are an active, energetic and charismatic collection of children that always give 100% in their learning.

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UNIVERSITY OF YORK

YEAR 5

"Every child is gifted. They just unwrap their packages at different times.”

The University of York classroom is packed with some of the fantastic Year 5 children at Kingsland School. After settling into their learning during a busy Autumn Term, we are all eager to continue to build our resilience throughout the Spring Term, and beyond.

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YEAR 6

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