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Year Group Expectations

With the new National Curriculum, the Department for Education has produced new expectations for the end of each curriculum year. These replace the old system of levels e.g. Level 4 and provide parents with a clear idea of what the children should be achieving at the end of the year.

Below you will find the expectations for Year 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in English and Mathematics and the expectations for Science.

At Tithe Barn Primary School use a wide variety of online platforms to support pupil development and provide continued learning at home. We also use a variety of resources in school to ensure we have a varied curriculum and encourage deep learning and mastery. For example

Doodlemaths

Reading Plus

White Rose Maths

Year Group Expectations

Reception

Year 1 Expectations

Year 1 Expectations

Year 2 Expectations

Year-2-Expectations

Year 3 Expectations

Year-3-Expectations

Year 4 Expectations

Year 4 Expectations

Year 5 and Year 6  Team Teaching

To enable pupils to develop deeper understanding and continued Learning Maths and English are taught by Teacher subject leaders through year 5 and year 6. At your Year 5 induction meetings in the Autunm Term you will have the opportunity to learn more details.

Year 5 Expectations

Year 5 Expectations

Year 6 Expectations

Year 6 Expectations

 

Tithe Barn Overview Reception

Tithe Barn Curriculum overview Reception Autumn 40-60

Tithe Barn Curriculum overview Reception Spring 40-60 and ELG

Tithe Barn Curriculum overview Reception Summer ELG and beyond

Tithe Barn Overview Year 1

Year 1 autumn

Year 1 spring

year 1 summer

Tithe Barn Overview Year 2

Year 2 Autumn

Year 2 Spring

 

Tithe Barn Overview Year 3

year 3 autumn term

year 3 spring term

year 3 summer term

 

Tithe Barn Overview Year 4

year 4 autumn term

year 4 spring term

year 4 summer term

Tithe Barn Overview Year 5/6

Y5 and 6 Autumn jigsaw

 

Y5 and 6 Summer jigsaw

 

 

 

 


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