Lower Key Stage 2 Useful Documents 2017-2018

We are extremely lucky at Trinity School to have parents who are keen about helping with their children’s education. This page contains information and useful links which may help your Lower Junior child with their learning.

Timetables

Please note these are not always stuck to rigidly particularly in the afternoons. We often have to swap things round due to school events or to best suit the children's learning.

ER Class

TE Class

AG/NC Class

General

Slides from Parents’ Information Meeting (updated for September 2017)

Useful Websites For Learning (Year 3/4): A very thorough list of useful learning websites for Lower Junior aged children compiled by teachers at Wood End Park Academy in Hillingdon

Year 3 Curriculum Objectives A useful website which lays out the national statutory requirements for what Year 3 children should be taught

Year 4 Curriculum Objectives A useful website which lays out the national statutory requirements for what Year 4 children should be taught  

Spellings

Weekly Spelling Lists

Activities to help you to learn your words

Activities to help you understand the meanings of your words

Reading

Recommended Reads For Key Stage 2 Children: A comprehensive reading list compiled by teachers at Wandsworth Prep School

Helping Your Child With Reading: Questions To Ask: A helpful list of questions to ask children about their reading written by teachers at St John's Primary School in Wiltshire.

Maths

Trinity’s Written Calculation Policy: This document will help you to understand the strategies that your child will be using in school.

How To Help Your Child To Solve Maths Problems: A guide to supporting your child by Mrs Robinson

Useful Online Maths Games: Mrs Robinson has produced a list of useful online games that can help your child review the learning for their year group objectives.

Additional Maths Problems: This document has been compiled in order to provide children with an extra challenge. One of these problems could be attempted in addition to their normal maths homework.