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Phase 3 – Learning Zone

Phase 3 at Grangetown Primary School consists of Years 4, 5, 6 and our learning support provision, The Arc. Children across this phase build on the foundations of the previous year groups with the ultimate goal of ensuring we have well-rounded children who have the skills necessary to move onto their next stage of their learning.

The children cover a wide range of subjects and morning lessons consist of reading, writing and Maths lessons. On afternoons, we cover the wider curriculum, and the children will take part in each subject stated in the Primary National Curriculum.

We have completely revamped our school curriculum and the children have opportunities to take part in lots of exciting topics and experiences in each class. We want to support your children in every way we can and the following websites can be used at home to further enhance their learning in school click on the images to access the websites.

Times Tables
Maths and Times Tables
All Subjects

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