key stage 5 age

key stage 5 age

Age 5–7. Y1–2. 1st–2nd form infants
Age 11–14. Y7–9. 1st–3rd form secondary

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Key stage 5 age
The Northern Ireland Curriculum aims to empower young people to achieve their potential and to make informed and responsible decisions throughout their lives. The learning opportunities provided should help young people to develop as individuals, contributors to society and contributors to the economy and environment.
Key Stage 1 (primary school Years 3 and 4) builds on Foundation Stage experiences, and Key Stage 2 (primary school Years 5, 6 and 7) builds on Key Stage 1 experiences. As children progress through these stages, they move from informal to more formal learning.

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  • Key Stage 1 (Junior): Year Groups 1-2 (age 5-7) (Not offering KS1)
  • Key Stage 2 (Junior): Year Groups 3-6 (age 7-11)
  • Key Stage 3 (Secondary): Year Groups 7-9 (age 11-14)
  • Key Stage 4 (Secondary): Year Groups 10 & 11 (age 14-16)
  • Key Stage 5 (Secondary): Year Groups 12 & 13 (age 16-18)

As such, this provides the baseline standards of what pupils should be learning in each subject for each stage and age, setting programmes of study which our teachers then convert into lessons delivered in the classroom.

The Key Stage 1 environment has a variety of open ended opportunities to stimulate children’s interests. These activities allow us to challenge, extend and meet needs of all pupils. They provide opportunities for children to learn new skills and achieve the year 1 and 2 curriculum objectives.
In Key Stage 1 we have thought very carefully about how we can build on the skills children have learnt in Foundation Stage. In particular, continuing to extend and develop levels of independence as well as providing opportunities for children to lead their own learning.

References:

http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/international/curricula-and-exams/uk-overview
http://ccea.org.uk/key-stages-1-2
http://schoolreadinglist.co.uk/category/reading-lists-for-ks2-school-pupils/
http://myonlineschooling.co.uk/join-us/curriculum-and-subjects/
http://www.britishschoolmuscat.com/teaching-learning/primary-school/key-stage-1-age-5-7-
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/choosing-a-school/the-british-system