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Fairway Primary School
The Fairway, Offerton, SK2 5DR, UK Stockport
Tel. 0161 483 1873, Fax. 0161 483 9880

Welcome to Fairway Primary School

  • We should treat others as we ourselves would like to be treated
  • We should never willingly upset someone else
  • We should be fair and be willing to listen to others opinions
  • We should work independently and use brains, books and buddies to help us
  • We should always remember to say please and thank you to everyone
  • We should work to keep our school tidy and treat all equipment with care
  • We should always try our best in all areas of school life
  • We should be fair in work and play
  • We should use language and behaviour both we, and our parents can be proud of
  • It is important that
We respect ourselves
We respect each other and our school at all times
We smile!


Welcome to Fairway Primary's curriculum section.

You will find newsletters, curriculum information and children's work here.


Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6


Assessment in school is about children’s learning and so the child must be at the center of the process at all times.  It is a means by which:


·        We know what the children understand and can do.

·        We plan suitable work for them.

·        We evaluate the effectiveness of our curriculum and how well we teach it.


We need the information to tell the children, their parents, and any others who need to know what progress they are making.


The assessment process begins with our:




When we plan we identify the key learning targets of our teaching, which may be different for different groups of children.  We indicate what we want the children to achieve, in terms of what they will produce and what they will learn.  We indicate how we are going to discover if the learning has taken place:

·        By setting assessment tasks

·        By focusing on particular groups

·        By testing

·        By examining work produced. Etc.

We plan to organize the teaching and the resources in a way which will help us to carry out the plans.





·        We complete a baseline profile for children who enter our reception class.

·        We maintain brief records of children’s progress through the National Curriculum, recording for each attainment target the level which is the best description for that child at the end of each year and any optional/statutory test results. 

·        We keep records of each child’s progress through our reading programmes.

·        We make and keep any necessary brief notes identifying particular strengths, weaknesses significant issues/occurrences for each child.

·        We keep a check of areas/modules of work at each level which the child has not yet achieved. 

·        We retain a copy of each child’s annual report. 

·        We keep a regular check on reading and spelling ages compared with each child’s chronological age.

·        Teachers have a specific record file for this collective information.



We share our assessment criteria and the work we have assessed at different National Curriculum levels in order to agree standards.  The process for moderation is agreed between teachers of similar age-ranges and portfolios of moderated work have been kept. The co-ordinator uses the work samples and case studies to construct central reference folders of moderated work where appropriate.  We attend cluster group meetings of local schools for the purpose of sharing assessment criteria.



Our annual written report to parents fulfils all statutory requirements.

·        Comments on each National Curriculum subject identifying strengths and weaknesses.

·        Attendance data.

·        National Curriculum statutory assessment data where required.

·        Arrangements for discussing the report.

·        We also invite parents and pupils to comment on the report.


As well as a meeting to discuss the report, we also invite parents into school in the autumn term to discuss progress.  All children have a home-school reading journal.  Whenever there is a particular problem or issue with a child, parents are informed and invited to discuss the matter.


Special Needs

Our school special needs policy involves full details of our assessment and identification policy in accordance with the SEN code of practice.

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