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Reading with Mrs L

Mrs L reads Puffin Peter

Mrs L reads What the Ladybird heard

It's the Bear - Storytime with Mrs B

Shhhh - Storytime with Mrs B

You are about to enter a giant's castle - come inside!

The Ant and the Bully Goat - Storytime with Mrs B

Google Classroom: How Students Complete Assignments

This video is one in a series of videos on Google Classroom. This video covers how students complete and submit assignments in Google Classroom. You can acce...

Tapestry for parents/relatives: Adding an observation

This video runs through how as a parent or relative on Tapestry you can add your own observations of your children.

Classes at John Mayne

John Mayne has a four class structure. With seven year groups we will always have some mixed age classes. 

 our approach is to take a holistic view of each child and the overall balance of each class to make the best learning environment for everyone in the school. We take the following into consideration:

  • Attainment in the Foundation Stage profile or Y3 teacher assessments
  • Combining children into teaching groups so that staffing and interventions can be managed efficiently
  • Siblings
  • Age and maturity
  • Friendships
  • Balance of class sizes

Currently we have split Year 1 into two groups between Foxes Class and Hedgehogs Class. Squirrels class is Year 3 and Year4 and Badgers class is UKS2 with Year 5 and Year 6.

  • The new National Curriculum is more manageable in separate key stages
  • Year 6 has particular demands (11+, SATs preparation, secondary transfer, Bikeability, Safety in Action, Sex education etc)
  • It is common practice to combine YR and Y1. This means that all infants are in two classes making it more straight forward to plan curriculum events, trips and plays.

 We take seriously a commitment to ensure that children continue to make good progress whichever class they are in and carefully monitor the progress of every child in the school.

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