Tudor CEVC Primary School. Parents’ Forum – March 2014 How do we best organise the children into classes in the academic year 2014/15?. Considerations. We have a Pupil Admission Number (PAN) of 45 This means that there will have to be at least some mixed age classes
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Parents’ Forum – March 2014
How do we best organise the children into classes in the academic year 2014/15?
(currently, we have separate Year 5 and 6 classes and a mixed group in the middle in Upper Key Stage 2 but they are smaller year groups)
This would mean fewer mixed age classes.
Across two year groups, the classes would be organised by age. The oldest would make a one single age class; as would the youngest. There would then be a much smaller mixed age class in the middle. These children whilst in different years would only be about six months different in age.
In this option, we would see the three parts of the school (Key Stage 1/Lower Key Stage 2/Upper Key Stage 2) organised in to three streams or sets according to the children’s abilities. The more able the group the larger the group would be.
This model currently runs in Upper Key Stage 2. There are two single age classes of Year 5 and 6 and a small group of 16 in the middle who need a greater level of personal intervention.