We have the privilege of teaching bright and curious students from Taddington and the surrounding areas and beyond. If you’re new to our community and would like to learn more about our values, academics, teaching staff or anything else, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
At Taddington and Priestcliffe Primary School, we have high aspirations for all of our learners. The information on this page outlines the standards that we expect children to achieve as they move through school. You should arrange a meeting with the class teacher should you have any concerns about your child's progress.
Deeper understanding across
a range of subjects...
We expect that all children will achieve a mastery level across all of the units of maths taught through our Power Maths scheme. Click the relevant link below to see what children are taught in each school year. * more information on Power Maths can be found under the 'curriculum' tab.
Number fluency, the building blocks of maths...
More information on Big Maths can be found under the 'curriculum' tab. Download examples by clicking the arrows below.
We use 2 measures to assess if a child has met the expected standard of reading.
This is the child's ability to comprehend ( understand) what they have read by giving a written response to the text assigned to their age and school term.
This is the child's reading fluency. This relates to how fluent the child is at reading a text assigned to their age and school term.
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At Taddington, we use Key Performance Indicators to help assess writing. As well has many other standards for writing, these give a broad overview of expectations for each year group. These are essential criteria that must be met if a child is to have met the end of year expectations. If other criteria are met but the KPIs are not, then a child will not have met the expected standard and the KPI will become an urgent target for intervention.
To view the writing standards by year group, please download the link below.
the wider curriculum
journeys and exploration
An inquiry into the nature of the self; beliefs and values; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; human relationships including families, friends, communities, and cultures; rights and responsibilities; what it means to be human.