At Ormiston Cliff Park Junior Academy we have 12 classes which allows us to have 3 classes each in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Teachers and teaching assistants work closely together to plan and provide opportunities for learning within their year groups and across the school.
Our classes are:
|Year 3||Year 4|
|Year 5||Year 6|
Please take a look at the Our curriculum page here, and individual year group pages listed in the In this Section menu to find out more about the classes and curriculum.
The Junior School covers Key Stage 2 (ages 7–11) of the National Curriculum
The Government released a New National Curriculum which was implemented from September 2014. The National Curriculum provides pupils with an introduction to the essential knowledge that they need to be educated citizens. As an academy, Cliff Park Junior, along with Cliff Park Infant, adopted the National Curriculum as a basis for planning and expectations for our children from Year 1 right the way up to Year 6.
The National Curriculum shows the statutory areas that the children must be taught by year group for the core subjects (English, maths and science) and non-core. All non-core subjects are broken down by Key Stage.
Marking and feedback at Ormiston Cliff Park Junior Academy relates to the aims and values of the school as a whole, and seeks to acknowledge the children’s achievements, at the same time as helping them to understand any challenges or problems they may be having. We support all children equally, regardless of aptitude; fair, positive, and clear feedback and marking helps us to achieve this. We aim to inform parents of these principles, including our individual work marking structure:
If you would like to view our full Behaviour for Learning Policy, please click here..
We would like to say ‘goodbye’ to our fantastic Year 6 children, and wish them all the best for the future. We’ve thoroughly enjoyed watching you all grow over the last 7 years! Have a wonderful summer and enjoy your time at high school! […]
Year 5 and 6 students recently wrote questions they would like to ask two young people that work in maritime industries. The winners’ questions will be put to those young people, to create an OAT Maritime Careers video project that will be released soon. We are happy to announce Bittern and Peregrine (entered as classes) […]
The OAT Summer Matholympics Challenge received a total of 345 submissions from 22 academies and we are pleased to announce that yet again there is another winner from Cliff Park Junior Academy – Darcy T. in Peregrine! Fantastic news, Darcy, well done! A much deserved £20 Amazon voucher is winging its way to you. Thank […]
The government’s new Holiday Activities and Food Programme is available this summer, with the aim of providing some great activities, food, and friend-making opportunities for children in England. This programme provides free places to all school-aged children eligible for Free School Meals across England, but it is also open to all children from every […]
Two of our students have just reached 7th and 9th place in ourlist of highest word counts EVER, and it’s not even the end of the academic year yet! Nithana in Marsh Harrier has just passed 5,025, 238 words, and Farhan in Chaffinch has read 5,779,944 words. These are amazing achievements and we are very […]
Has your child taken part in the OAT Matholympics Summer Challenge yet? As with the Christmas challenge, there are a bunch of Amazon vouchers to be won. These include four x £20 Amazon vouchers for the first four correct entries and an additional four x £20 vouchers available for pupils who may want to take […]
The Reading Agency‘s Summer Reading Challenge is underway! Launching on 10th July, this is the UK’s biggest annual reading promotion for children aged 4 to 11. It is delivered locally by local libraries with online services also available. How the Challenge works: · Children sign up through their local library and receive a Wild World Heroes collector poster · […]
On Friday, the children celebrated the start of the Euros 20 by joining a live webinar with Tom Palmer. Tom is a children’s author who has written a lot of football books. We were lucky enough to hear him speak about his writing process, his football themed books and read the first chapter of his […]