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+965 2225 6777

For all enquiries

Saba St, Block 10

Salmiya, Kuwait

08:00 - 13:00

Sunday - Thursday

Lower Key Stage 2

Lower KS2

Lower Key Stage 2 comprises Years 3 and 4 for pupils aged between seven-and-a-half and nine and-a-half years old. During this stage, children develop greater independence and build upon prior learning. This will equip them with the skills and knowledge to become life-long learners.

Year 3

Year 3 is a crucial milestone in a child’s education. Pupils build upon and consolidate their understanding of the subjects taught in Key Stage 1. Pupils begin to become independent learners taking charge of their own learning. The demands of the curriculum become greater and require a child’s full concentration. All phonics should be in place and pupils should be able to read independently.

In Year 3, we maintain a ‘hands-on approach’ to learning and ensure pupils are immersed in their learning.

Year 3 resources

This page is continually reviewed and will be updated with information relevant to Year 3 that will keep you up-to-date and help you support your child with their learning. We hope both parents and pupils will find this useful, and that it will develop into a valuable resource.

Year 4

Year 4 is the year that pupils complete their journey to independence. The curriculum builds upon the learning and development of the previous year. In reading, pupils should progress from reading schemes to become independent free readers and enjoy a wide range of books. Pupils develop further and more complex mathematical knowledge and explore scientific topics in more detail. This year begins to develop a more formal style of learning, but still includes creative, child-centred learning.

Year 4 resources

This page is continually reviewed and will be updated with information relevant to Year 4 that will keep you up-to-date and help you support your child with their learning. We hope both parents and pupils will find this useful, and that it will develop into a valuable resource.