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+965 2225 6777

For all enquiries

Saba St, Block 10

Salmiya, Kuwait

08:00 - 13:00

Sunday - Thursday

Upper Key Stage 2

Upper KS2

Upper Key Stage 2 comprises Years 5 and 6 for pupils aged between nine-and-a-half and eleven-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 5

During Year 5, we develop the formalised, independent focus needed to meet the demands of the next and final year of primary education. Furthermore, pupils should be able to work independently and research extra information to add to their class work. This year also builds upon the grammar focuses, mathematical and scientific concepts needed in the next year and beyond.

Year 5 resources

This page is continually reviewed and will be updated with information relevant to Year 5 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 6

Year 6 is the final year of primary education and the year where all learning comes together. Learning is consolidated and pupils are prepared for secondary school. In order for the pupils to successfully complete the year, the previous year’s learning should be in place.

This year is one that looks to the future and not the past. Pupils must be able to develop their own learning, set individual targets and work independently. During this year, the pupils take formal SATs exams, which prepare them for their secondary school selection.

Year 6 resources

This page is continually reviewed and will be updated with information relevant to Year 6 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.