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Spring Term

Spring Term Review


Listening to Learners

As a result of completing ‘Listening to Learners’ activities, carried out by Mr Higgins and representatives from the Pupil Voice Group, pupils from all classes provided the following feedback:

  • All classes have had the opportunity to create and communicate ideas using software such as PowerPoint and Playlists; programmed and coded software; undertaken tasks helping them understand and learn how to stay safe online; recognised that they have used ICT in a cross-curricular format and used Giglets as a literacy reading tool.
  • In all classes in KS2, pupils have created and used databases.
  • Half of pupils in KS2 have undertaken excel and spreadsheet tasks.
  • In nearly all classes, there is evidence that pupils have recorded and edited videos using iPads and applications such as iMovie.


Teaching & Learning

In addition to ‘Listening to Learners’, completion of Workbook Scrutiny demonstrated that:

  • In all classes, scientific enquiry has been completed, with many at a higher standard for their year group (agreed upon within the standardisation process). There is clear evidence of cross-curricular scientific activities.
  • In most classes, there has been a range of scientific activities including: identification of enquiry types, categorisation, scientific labelling, and abstract modelling.


Next Steps:


  • A uniform approach to the approach to planning, development and reflecting on scientific enquiries to be implemented across the school – based on the Karen Mills training – which will enable children to access higher levels with the assistance of more focused activities, this should be set up to aid learner understanding and independence. 
  • Science & Technology AoLE leader to introduce the planning boards across the whole school, ready to be embedded as a whole school approach to scientific enquiry.  



There will be online safety whole-school workshops held by 3, in addition to that, 3 – along with the Science & Technology Pupil Voice Group – will be hosting an online safety workshop for parents, to increase involvement from the LPS community in a cohesive and practical event. This will provide evidence for LPS to go towards attaining the 360 Safe Cymru - Online Safety accreditation.


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Termly Attendance
  • Whole School 91.2
  • Nursery 91.2/86.4
  • Reception 92.9
  • Year 1 89.2
  • Year 2 94
  • Year 3 93.1
  • Year 4 86.3
  • Year 5 92.3
  • Year 6 92.8
House Points
  • Glyndwr 6,449
  • Llewellyn 5,349
  • Caradog 6,392
Look out for information about our LPS Quasquicentennial (125 Years) celebrations coming soon!