ANOTHER ‘OUTSTANDING’ RESIDENTIAL OFSTED JUDGMENT FOR ST DOMINIC’S SCHOOL

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Key Stage 2

At Key Stage 2, pupils access a full range of National Curriculum subjects. These are delivered by a class teacher using a primary school model to offer the highest level of consistency. These are delivered as discreet subjects and through a topic that changes each half term. This helps pupils to access more meaningful learning experiences in which they are able to make links between their learning in different subject areas helping them to contextualise and consolidate learning.

The range of subjects delivered at Key Stage 2 are: English, Maths, Science, Humanities, Computing, Art, Design Technology, Food Technology, Physical Education, PSHCE and Languages. Please see below further information on these subjects.

Computing

English – Eagles

English- Falcons

English – Kestrels

English – Ospreys

Expressive Art

Forest School

Humanities – Eagles

Humanities – Falcons

Humanities – Kestrels

Humanities – Ospreys

Maths – Year 3

Maths – Year 4

Maths – Year 5

Maths – Year 6

Physical Education

Science – Eagles

Science – Falcons

Science – Kestrels

Science – Ospreys

 

The residential special school provides highly effective services that consistently exceed the standards of good. The actions of the school contribute to significantly improved outcomes and positive experiences for children and young people. Ofsted – March 2019

 

 

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