Information for Parents, Carers,
Governors & Visitors
Key Stage 2 Provision
Key Stage 2 refers to the educational provision and learning opportunities provided for children aged 7-11 years. Children in Key Stage 2 will complete a full academic year in:
· Year 3
· Year 4
· Year 5
· Year 6
Currently, at Milefield Primary School, KS2 is separated into single age year groups and comprises of five classes led by:
- Mr Branigan (Year 3)
Miss Gillespie (Year 4)
- Miss Atha (Year 3/4)
- Mrs Underhay (Year 5)
- Mr McClure (Year 6)
All learning in KS2 is linked to the aims, objectives and programmes of study set out in the ‘National Curriculum’. In addition, pupils are provided with experiences which link to core skills in Literacy and Numeracy and cover a range of objectives to develop their skills and abilities in these areas.
If your personal details or contact numbers change can parents/carers please inform the school office or a member of Key Stage 2 staff as soon as possible.
For information and procedures relating to school absence including;
- Late Arrival
- Late Collection
- Illness During School Hours
Please refer to the attendance sub section within Well-Being.
First –Aid & Medical Issues
At Milefield Primary we have 12 members of staff fully trained to adminster first aid who are on site to assist with illness or injury.
For additional information relating to first-aid and/or medical issues please visit our school office page.
School Dinners & Milk
On the 1st January 2015, all schools in England will be legally required to provide school meals that comply with the School Food Standards. The new School Food Standards will replace all current guidelines and aim to ensure that children get the nutrition they need across the whole school day.
All children have access to:
Breakfast: Slice of Toast (Choice of white/wholemeal)
School Meal Plan - See online menus for choices available each day
2. Lunch provision provided at home
Everyday all children will be provided with a healthy, nutritious and balanced meal with special provision/meal options being available for:
Children with special dietary requirements/food intolerances
Children who are vegetarian, vegan etc.
Children who cannot eat specific foods due to religious/cultural beliefs