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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.
Find out about the people who oversee the general vision and management of our school. Our dedicated…
The School PTA
Our PTA is run by dedicated parents who spend time raising money for the school and putting on additional…
Every year our children elect a new team to the school council. They spend time meeting each week…
Aims and ethos express the goals and expectations of the school. They express the general targets that we aim for when giving a safe and secure place of learning for your child. Every school needs these clear sets of aims in order to fulfil their vision and values in their pursuite of excellence.
Here you will find an outline of ours which will show you our educational model. They will show our dedicaton to your child having not only the best learning experience that we can give but also growing as a person to enable them to tackle their next challenges in life. To enable them to do well as they grow in their education and to be the beginning point in a love of life long learning.
Foundation Stage Opening Times
Foundation Stage 1
Morning session – 8.40am – 11.40am
Lunch (optional session) – 11.40 – 12.15pm
Afternoon session – 12.15pm – 3.15pm
Key Stage 1 & Foundation Stage 2
Registration – 8.45am – 8.55am
Playtime – 10.15am – 10.35am
Lunchtime – 11.55am – 1.00pm
End of the school day – 3.10pm
Key Stage 2
Registration – 8.45am – 8.55am
Playtime – 10.15am – 10.35am
Lunchtime – 12.00 – 1.05pm
End of the school day – 3.15pm
Congratulations to Foundation Stage 2 for winning the attendance award with 100% last week. Children in Foundation Stage 2 will have a non-uniform day on Tuesday 25th June 2019.
Congratulations to Year 2 for winning the attendance award with 99.4% last week. Children in Year 2 will have a non-uniform day on Friday 21st June 2019.
Please can all the current Year 4 & 5’s hand the reply slips back into the school office by Thursday 11th June 2019, as places have to be booked in advance for the next academic year.
Congratulations to Year 1 for winning the attendance award with 98.6% last week. Children in Year 1 will have a non-uniform day on Friday 14th June 2019, this is due to the Phonics screening test happening this week.
Notices of Events
Tuesday 30th April – Year 4 swimming lessons every Tuesday and Friday morning until 7th June.
Friday 3rd May – Manchester Camerata working with Year 5.
Monday 6th May – School will be closed for the May Day holiday.
Tuesday 7th May & Monday 20th May – Year 2 children will be sitting SATs tests over these two weeks.
Thursday 9th May – Science day.
Friday 10th May – 2.45pm – Miss Petch’s class will lead parents’ assembly.
Monday 13th May -Year 6 children will be sitting SATs tests over this week.
Monday 20th May – Year 5 & Year 6 trip to York.
Monday 20th May – Children in Year 1, 3, 4 & 5 will be sitting optional end of year tests over this week.
Thursday 23rd May – 2.15 pm – Year 1 parents’ meeting about Phonics Screening .
Friday 24th May – 2.30pm – Parents’ celebration assembly.
Friday 24th May – School closes for the half term holiday.
Monday 3rd June – School re-opens after the half term holiday.
Thursday 6th June am – Year 1 & Year 2 children – Science planetarium experience in school.
Monday 10th June – Year 5 & 6 children will be involved in sex and relationship lessons this week.
Monday 10th June – Children in Year 1, and any Year 2 children who did not meet the national standard last year, will be doing the phonics screening over this week.
Monday 10th June – Friday 28th June – During this 3 week period Year 4 children will take part in the voluntary online multiplication check.
Friday 14th June – Miss Lake’s class will lead parents’ assembly.
Monday 17th June – Multicultural week
Friday 21st June – JRSOs: Wheels to school day
Monday 24th June – Science day.
Tuesday 25th June onwards– Children who are due to start school full time in September, who do not already attend the Foundation Stage Unit, will be visiting school on Tuesday afternoons.
Wednesday 26th June – Industry Day.
Friday 28th June – Miss Chadwick’s class will lead parents’ assembly.
Monday 1st July – morning – Sports Day for children in FS2 & Y1 to Y6.
Tuesday 2nd July – 2.15pm – Meeting for parents of children due to start FS2 in September.
Tuesday 2nd July- 6.30 pm -Peat Rigg meeting for the parents of children going on the trip in October.
Thursday 4th July – morning – Sports Day for children in Foundation Stage 1.
Thursday 4th July – 2.15pm – Parents of children in Year 4, 5 and 6 are invited to a concert when the children will be performing some of the music skills they have learnt with Mr Woolfries over this school year.
Monday 8th July – 2.15pm – There will be a meeting for parents of FS2 children about Year 1.
Monday 8th July – 2.00pm – Year 5 & 6 will perform their end of term play to parents. PLEASE NOTE THIS PERFORMANCE WILL BE FOR ADULTS ONLY AND CHILDREN BELOW SCHOOL AGE AND BABIES WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.
Tuesday 9th July – Thursday 11th July – Year 6 children will be visiting Holderness Academy if they have a place at the school for September.
Wednesday 10th July – Children in Year 3 & Year 4 and the choir will be taking part in the Big Sing at Bridlington
Thursday 11th July & Friday 12th July – Year 6 children will be visiting Withernsea High School if they have a place at the school for September.
Thursday 11th July & Friday 12th July – Children will be spending the day in the classes they will be moving to in September. Children due to start FS2 in September will be invited to stay for the full day on the Thursday.
Monday 15th July – End of Year reports will be sent home with children to parents. Please remember that if you need us to send a copy of your child’s report to an adult who lives at a different address you must provide us with a stamped addressed envelope.
Monday 15th July – 4.30pm – 6.00pm- End of year and leavers disco with free tickets for Year 6 children.
Wednesday 17th July – Year 5 children taking part in Manchester Camerata event at Withernsea.
Wednesday 17th July – Open Evening. The school will be open from 4.00pm to 6.30pm for parents to look at their child’s work with their child. If parents want to speak to their child’s class teacher after they have received their end of year report, they can make an appointment to speak to them on this evening.
Thursday 18th July- Fundraising day.
Friday 19th July – 9.30am – Parents’ celebration and Year 6 Leavers’ assembly.
Friday 19th July – School closes for the summer holidays.
Wednesday 30th January – Year 1 & 2 children’s trip to the Street Life Museum in Hull.
Friday 1st February – 2.45pm -Mrs Doves’ class will lead parents’ assembly.
Monday 4th February – Maths week.
Tuesday 5th February – Safer Internet Day.
Tuesday 5th 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.
Wednesday 6th February (4pm to 7pm) & Thursday 14th February (4pm – 6pm)– Open Evening.
Thursday 7th February – 1.30pm – Parents of children in Foundation Stage are invited to join in an afternoon of writing and mark making.
Tuesday 12th February – 6.30pm – Friends meeting.
Friday 15th February- 9:30am – Parents’ celebration assembly.
Friday 15th February – KS2 children watch the Change for Life: Big Difference presentation
Friday 15th February – School closes for the half term holiday at 3.15pm and reopens on Monday 25th February at 8.40 am with registration closing at 8:55am
Thursday 7th until Tuesday 12th March – Bikeability for Year 5 & Year 6 children
Friday 15th March – Comic Relief & ‘Mad Scientist’ Day
Wednesday 20th March – 9.15 am – Parents of children in Foundation Stage are invited to join in an afternoon of Maths.
Friday 22nd March – 2.45pm – Miss Heppleston’s class will lead parents’ assembly.
Monday 25th March – Tickets for the children’s Easter Egg raffle will be on sale in classrooms until the end of term.
Thursday 28th March – Class photographs
Monday 1st April – 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. The children will be organizing an Easter Fayre that will be in the hall from 2.30pm
Wednesday 3rd 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 5th 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 5th April – Easter Egg raffle will be drawn in each class.
Friday 5th April – School closes for the Easter holidays.
Writers Hall of Fame
FS2 – Mia Patrick
Year 1 – Charlie Pulford
Year 2- Nancy Clark
Year 3 – Lily Blashill
Year 4 – Neco Theron
Year 5 – Faith Grant
Year 6 – Emma Clark
FS2 – Ellie-Mae Lown
Year 1 – Zara Kemp
Year 2 – Eliza Liddle
Year 3 – Ben Hunter
Year 4 – Laci Hubbard
Year 5 – Phoebe Maslin
Year 6 – Bethany Wright
We pride ourselves in supplying our children with excellent food. We feel that it is one of the most important parts of a child’s life – to eat properly. Eating a healthy diet enables a child to live life to the full and gives them a better performance all round, specifically helping with their concentration levels – which in turn affects achievement. Its good to know that our children are getting a well balanced and healthy meal.
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Statistics & Results
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The school is granted premiums each year to spend on supporting children in their education. Here we have information on the Pupil Premium and Sport Premiun spends.
The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between them and their peers.
Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6. Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.
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Keyingham Primary School
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