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Key Stage 2 (age 7-11)

The Curriculum at Huby

At Huby School the staff team has always been committed to ensuring that breadth, balance and continuity is continued from Key Stage 1 throughout Key Stage 2. 

Click on this link to download the Long Term Plan for Class 3 and 4.  You may also be interested in looking at our new Calculations Policy in line with changes to the 2014 curriculum for maths.

"Pupils regularly apply their reading and mathematical skills in a range
of real-life contexts, such as the ‘Dragons’ Den’ project to develop
awareness of business and enterprise."  ~Ofsted

Presenting to the DragonsPresenting to the Dragons

The Dragons in the Den!The Dragons in the Den!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Curriculum Core Subjects:
English, Maths, Science, Information & Communication Technology (ICT) and Religious Education.

In response to parent feedback, please click here to a find a glossary of grammatical terms for your information.

A copy of the school's SMIRF's (Space Mission Instant Recall Facts) can be downloaded for your information. Please click here.

National Curriculum Foundation Subjects:
History, Geography, Design Technology, Art, Physical Education, Music and Modern Foreign Languages (French)

Additional Subjects taught:
PSHCE (Personal, Social, Health & Citizenship Education) and Sex & Relationships Education

 If you would like more information about any aspect of the school curriculum please contact the school. 

Educational Visits

At Huby School, we believe that the achievement of pupils is enhanced by opportunities to take learning out of the classroom and into a range of places and situations.  We therefore seek to provide our children with extra-curricular activities to further their enjoyment of education.

"Pupils’ learning is frequently enhanced by a range of visits and visitors, including good opportunities for pupils to develop their sporting,
musical and artistic talents."  ~Ofsted

Each class participates in several educational visits each year. Venues have included Eden Camp, Brigantium Roman Fort at Murton Park, York Minster, and the Danby Moors Centre.  

 Eden Camp - March 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupils extending their learning at York Castle Museum and Eden Camp. 

 

Year 6 Residential Visit

In Year 6, the children have the opportunity to take part in a residential visit to an outdoor pursuits centre at East Barnby.  The visit is carried out in conjunction with several of our local cluster schoools, enabling the children to foster links and make some new friends before their transition to Easingwold Secondary School.  The experience serves to increase independence, build confidence and develop life-skills.

Making shelters at East BarnbyMaking shelters at East Barnby

 Learning canoeing skills at East BarnbyLearning canoeing skills at East Barnby

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Year 6s also participate in several transition events held by Easingwold Secondary School so they can get a feel for the place, for example the Mini-Olympics Event in the summer term.