What makes us different?
We provide personalised learning for your child.
This is done through various assessments and activities implemented in their first session. The assessment which is carried out will then be used to create a tailored support plan, following the requirements of the National Curriculum.
This means that your child's learning will be personalised to them and to their needs.
Support in English can be provided in a variety of ways.
A wide range of activities and tasks are planned based on the needs of every child.
For children in KS1, this often involves work on Phonics, spelling, punctuation and writing tasks.
KS2 focuses on SPaG, learning language devices, reading comprehension and writing.
There are many aspects to teaching maths and every child learns differently. We aim to encourage independent learning to encourage children to find their own learning styles.
For children in KS1, learning may include practical activities, educational games and focus work.
KS2 work often focuses on times tables, games, written work and problem solving tasks.
The 11+ is a test taken by some Year 6 pupils in primary schools in England. It's a way of selecting who's academically suited to attend a grammar school or selective school for Year 7 onwards, and is sometimes also known as the 'Transfer Test'.
We support children with the 11+ through carrying out regular assessments, trying problem solving activities creating challenge tasks and reading texts using a wide range of vocabulary.