Address: Russell Drive, Keyingham, Hull, HU12 9RU Tel: 01964 622319  Email: keyingham.primary@eastriding.gov.uk To find out where we are visit view a map on our Contact Us page.

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A warm welcome to Keyingham Primary School. We’re a school with years of educational life and experience that gives the school its unique atmosphere and place in the community. Our children find themselves in a busy and enthusiastic learning environment where there is always much to do, see and learn. We aim to provide a stimulating and structured environment in which all members of the school community are valued. We hope that you will find this website useful, informative and “to the point”. You should get a good impression of the school’s life and ethos. We are committed to providing the very best for the children at Keyingham Primary and we believe that this means a great deal more than simply those results that can easily be tested and presented in tables. Primary schooling should be about developing children’s learning attitudes and their characters so that they will want to go on learning for ever, and although this means high standards in English and Maths, it means so much more besides.

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Reading Booklet For Parents

This booklet gives parents some ideas to help when reading with their child at home and includes questions to help develop children’s reading comprehension. If you would like any further ideas on how to help your child with reading please talk to your child’s class teacher.

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End of KS2 Assessment Information 2016

The 2016 key stage 2 tests and assessments are the first to assess the new, more challenging national curriculum which was introduced in 2014. New tests and interim frameworks for teacher assessment have been introduced to reflect the revised curriculum. Results are no longer reported as levels; pupils now receive their test results as a scaled score and teacher assessments based on the standards in the interim framework. Due to these changes, figures for 2016 are not comparable to those for earlier years.

This year the expected standard for Year 6 is met by achieving at least 100 on a scaled score in the reading; grammar, punctuation and spelling and mathematics in end of KS2 tests. Children who achieve a score of 110+ on the scaled score are identified as achieving a high level of attainment. Outcomes in writing are measured by assessments made by teaching staff.

The progress measure for the year group indicates whether the children, collectively, have made progress below, in line with or above expectation nationally. A progress score of 0 means that, on average, pupils in a school made the same progress from the end of KS1 as those nationally. A positive score means that on average pupils make better progress and  a negative score means on average pupils make  less progress than those nationally. Most schools’ progress scores fall in the range of -5 to +5.

Keyingham Primary School results are included in the document below.

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Events for the Spring Term 2017

Friday 13th January – A group of Year 4, 5 & 6 children will be taking part in the Young Voices concert in Sheffield. A letter will be sent home with the children who are going on this trip with more details.
Wednesday 18th January – Children in Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 will be taking part in a the KC Simnet challenge, learning about how the internet works
Friday 20th January – The whole school will be spending the afternoon finding out about New Year celebrations around the world.
Tuesday 24th January – All the children will be taking part in Chinese New Year workshops. The company that are organizing the day for us ask all children to wear red for the day, as red is the colour representing good luck. We are hoping that there may be time at the end of the day for a parents’ assembly with some of the children demonstrating what the children have been doing throughout the day and will confirm if this is possible nearer the time.
Friday 27th January – 2.45pm – Miss Lake’s class will lead parents assembly.
Monday 30th January – Maths week. More details will be in future letters about events over the week.
Tuesday 31st January – 3.45pm – Mr Adams is taking a group of Year 5 & children to take part in a football tournament at Hornsea
Wednesday 1st February – Year 2 children will be taking part in scooter training
Thursday 2nd February – – 9.00 – 10.15am – Parents are invited to join their child for a fun maths reasoning and problem solving challenge session.
Thursday 2nd February – Information meeting for Year 2 and Year 6 parents about the new tests that the children will be taking in May. We want to hold this meeting at a time when parents will be able to attend and therefore ask parents with children in Y2 &Y6 to complete the reply slip at the end of this letter, indicating which time they would prefer – 9.00am, 2.00pm or 6.30pm. We will hold the meeting at the time that most parents can attend and will inform parents of the time when all the reply slips have been returned. (There will be a meeting for parents in the summer term about the Phonics Screening that children in Year 1 will be doing at the end of June)
Monday 6th February -1.00pm – 3.15pm -Open afternoon for parents with children in Year 2 & Year 4. Letters to make appointments will be sent out nearer the time and parents can make an appointment either for this afternoon or on the evening of Thursday 16th February.
Tuesday 7th February – Safer Internet Day.
Tuesday 7th February -1.00pm – 3.15pm -Open afternoon for parents with children in Year 6 & Year 5. Letters to make appointments will be sent out nearer the time and parents can make an appointment either for this afternoon or on the evening of Thursday 16th February.
Tuesday 7th February– 6.30pm – Ian Thorp, from Peat Rigg, will lead a meeting for parents and children who want to take part in the Year 6(current Year 5) residential visit next October. A separate letter will be sent to all Year 5 parents about this trip next week.
Wednesday 8th February -1.00pm – 3.15pm -Open afternoon for parents with children in Year 3. Letters to make appointments will be sent out nearer the time and parents can make an appointment either for this afternoon or on the evening of Thursday 16th February.
Thursday 9th February -1.00pm – 3.15pm -Open afternoon for parents with children in FS2 Letters to make appointments will be sent out nearer the time and parents can make an appointment either for this afternoon or on the evening of Thursday 16th February.
Friday 10th February -1.00pm – 3.15pm -Open afternoon for parents with children in FS1 & Year 1 Letters to make appointments will be sent out nearer the time and parents can make an appointment either for this afternoon or on the evening of Thursday 16th February.
Monday 13th February– 2.00pm – Parents of children in Year 3,4, 5 & 6 are invited to come and see what their child has been learning about over this half term.
Tuesday 14th February– 2.00pm – Parents of children in Year 1,2 & Foundation Stage are invited to come and see what their child has been learning about over this half term.
Thursday 16th February – 4pm to 8pm – Open Evening. This will be an opportunity for parents to come and talk to their child’s class teacher and look at their child’s work Letters to make appointments will be sent out nearer the time.
Friday 17th February- 9:30am – Parents’ celebration assembly. Letters will be sent to parents of all children receiving certificates but all parents are welcome to join us!

Friday 17th February – School closes for the half term holiday at 3.15pm and reopens on Monday 27th February at 8.40 am.

Monday 13th March –  ‘Blast Off Reading’ Afternoon. 1.05pm – 2.05pm for Year 1,3,5 & 6 and 2.10 – 3.10pm for Foundation Stage, Year 2 & 4
Friday 17th March- 2.45pm – Miss Bielby’s class will lead parents’ assembly.
Wednesday 22nd, Thursday 23rd , Friday 24th & Monday 27th – Year 5 & 6 Bijkeability training. Letters will be sent to parents of children who have requested a place for this training nearer the time with the days they will be doing the training .
Friday 24th March – Comic Relief Day. We will be selling the official red noses(nine to choose from with the chance to find a special silver one that have been hidden in some boxes sent to schools) on the morning as children come into school. At 9.00 there will be a special poetry red nose assembly that we hope parents will join us for.
Friday 31st March – Easter fun afternoon. We hope parents will join us for this Easter activity afternoon and that all children will bring a hardboiled egg to decorate at school.
Wednesday 5th April – 2.00pm – The children in Year 3 & 4 will perform an end of term play and parents will be invited to watch. Please note this performance will be for adults and children below school age and babies will not be admitted.
Friday 7th April – 9.30am – Parents’ celebration assembly. Letters will be sent to parents of all children receiving certificates but all parents are welcome to join us!
Friday 7th April – School closes for the Easter holidays.

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