KEY STAGE 2

Primary school children doing computer learning at Kennedy House International School in Usa River
Primary school children doing computer learning at Kennedy House International School in Usa River

Key stage two at Primary school children at Kennedy House international Prep School Tanzania Usa river

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Primary school children doing drama at Kennedy House International School in Usa River
Primary school children doing drama at Kennedy House International School in Usa River

Key stage two at Primary school children at Kennedy House international Prep School Tanzania Usa river

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Primary school children doing science at Kennedy House International School in Usa River
Primary school children doing science at Kennedy House International School in Usa River

Key stage two at Primary school children at Kennedy House international Prep School Tanzania Usa river

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Primary school children doing computer learning at Kennedy House International School in Usa River
Primary school children doing computer learning at Kennedy House International School in Usa River

Key stage two at Primary school children at Kennedy House international Prep School Tanzania Usa river

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Key Stage 2 Teachers

 

Mrs. Maruschka Maree, Year 3 Teacher

 

Miss Charlotte Hunter, Year 4 Teacher

 

Ms. Ruth Knowles, Year 5 Teacher

Mr. Petrie Maree, Year 6 Teacher

A Widening World...

 

Key Stage 2 is an enjoyable time for students as they begin to acquire more knowledge and skills such as independent learning, reflection and self assessment.

 

Our children in these years learn the full range of subjects within the Cambridge Primary Curriculum:

 

  • English – Literacy, Handwriting, Reading, Listening

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Computing (ICT)

  • Music

  • Drama

  • History

  • Geography

  • Art & Design

  • Physical, Social and Health Education,

  • Languages (French and Kiswahili)

  • Physical Education (including Swimming)

  • Global Perspectives

 

These subjects provide progression and continuity in Years 3-6. Students experience a wide range of teaching styles and activities. They may spend the day as a Roman or an Egyptian, cooking up a delicious meal or experiencing life as a Tanzanian hunter-gatherer.

 

Our primary scientists benefit from a well-stocked laboratory and we are lucky to have specialist teachers in music, PE and modern languages.