Sytchampton Endowed Primary School

Upper Key Stage 2 - Eagles

Welcome to Eagles..

Welcome to Eagles class.

During Key Stage 2 we aim to link the lessons to our topics and bring the curriculum to life, for example during our 'Vikings' topic we learn about how the Vikings came to England what their way of life was like; and to support this we go on trips, such as the Bishops Wood Centre.

In the Spring term we learn about rivers and coasts, making lots of links to science and maths. We help the school to maintain its ECO award by picking up litter and recycling as much as possible.

In Eagles we have specialist teachers for French and Music. We have the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument and have a set of class ukuleles.

In PE we have sessions with Worcester Warriors and Worcester Cricket Club. We play fun tournaments with Kings Hawford and the schools in the Droitwich pyramid. We also take part in inter-house tournaments, such as quizzes and football competitions. We will have the opportunity to swim in the Spring term and always look forward to sports day in the Summer.

We have more homework in Eagles to help us prepare for our SAT’s tests; and if we do well we gain house points. We all aspire to join our head teacher for Golden ticket tea, when we have the chance to share our ideas with her – and best of all, have cakes!

Pupilsare proud to wear a tie and blazer, which shows how they are rising to the challenge of upper Key Stage 2. Our eight Year 6 pupils act as school ambassadors and lead our House teams and School Council.

We know that Sytchampton will prepare us for the next stage of learning; the move to either Middle or Secondary schools. We already have links to other schools and we are gaining confidence and independence through residential trips and sports events.

Our Learning

Summer Homework


History in action.
Sharing our learning with visitors on our Open Morning.

At Tudor World in Stratford-upon-Avon, dressing up and learning about life in Tudor times as well as meeting William Shakespeare!
Our scarecrow in the guise of Henry VIII we built for Harvest.