Quick summary of key school information
|Language of instruction||English|
|Native English teachers|
|Extra languages (other than English)|
|Maximum||25 students / class|
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|Number of students||
|Max. number of students per class||
|Native English speaking teachers||
Anfield recruits fully qualified, U.K. trained, native English-speaking teachers, with experience of the English National Curriculum and other international systems.
|Additional language classes offered by the school||
Mandarin Chinese, French, Spanish
|Use of technology in the classroom||
The purpose-built, 21st century-fit campus has wireless internet access and fully networked classrooms all with interactive smart boards for digital learning.
|Do teachers assign homework to their students?||
Homework is set daily for all pupils as an integral and essential part of their education. The habit of regular homework is seen as the primary method of providing opportunities to develop independent study and research skills, effective time management and personal organisation. These life-skills form the foundation on which all future academic success is built. Homework is predominantly used to consolidate and reinforce learning objectives already covered in the classroom. For older children, research and study-based extended projects will also be set for homework.
|Approximate hours of homework given||
Approximately 30 minutes of homework is set in Year One and Year Two for four nights per week. Homework will consist of spelling, and number or topic work. In Years Three and Four, homework is set at around forty minutes each evening with an increase in research-based tasks. In Year Five and Year Six, the amount of homework is increased in preparation for the children’s transition to Secondary school. All students are expected to complete some meaningful reading activity each day, including weekends, and maintain a Reading Diary in their home school journal.
At the end of Key Stage 1 and 2, children will complete the UK Statutory Assessment Tests in English and mathematics. Each child receives a level of attainment which, when considered alongside the teacher’s end of key stage full academic report, provides a complete summative assessment of each child’s progress and attainment during the Primary phase. At the end of Year 1, children will complete the UK phonics screening check which assesses their progress in reading.
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|Dedicated staff/programs for students with special learning needs||
The School is committed to providing a quality education for pupils with additional and special educational needs and promotes a positive culture towards inclusion through full inclusion or within a dedicated class for those pupils with moderate special educational needs who have the potential to be included in the mainstream classes at a later stage of their educational
|Learning support offered||
The School makes every effort within the special needs classroom, named as St. Bosco Centre, to ensure provision for as wide a range of special educational needs as possible, depending upon the school’s capacity to meet the child’s specific needs. It is made clear to prospective or new parents, as at early a stage as possible, what support the school is able to provide, where it might not be able to meet some needs, and in a few cases, where it may only be able to meet
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|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered||
Music, taekwondo, football, monster tennis, basketball, multi sports.
|Sports activities included||
Athletics, football, netball, T-ball, basketball, hockey, judo, rugby, cricket, tennis, gymnastics and dance.
|Sports facilities at the school||
Play area, outdoor court
|Sports teams or sport competitions available for students||
|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
Anfield is a Catholic School, where all are committed to creating a loving, caring and joy filled environment that is inspired by Jesus Christ. Anfield is a place where all children are challenged both academically and spiritually, and encouraged to achieve their full potential in all areas of life.
|Teaching approach of the school||
The school offers a holistic programme designed to support and develop the whole child. The curriculum is based on the best practices of the National Curriculum of England and Wales, providing a broad, balanced and rigorous
Throughout the year there are educational excursions to a variety of locations. There are overnight camps for Year Three to Year Six pupils. These trips are used to support and extend the classroom curriculum and to provide fun and exciting learning opportunities for the children. They will also provide memories that will last a lifetime for our students. The excursions are an integral part of our curriculum and used to consolidate and reinforce classroom learning and all children are expected to attend.