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SKATs Snapshot

Year 4 

I can predict - Science: Circuits and testing materials.

  • The light will turn on if the material is metal - Jensen
  • The circuit must be connected for the light or buzzer to work - Erin

I can adapt - Learning during lockdown.

  • Changing from home-learning to in school learning i was able to see other people - Paisley
  • In keyworker learning I was able to hear better because of less distractions and receive more 1:1 help - Lola

Year 2 SKATs - Autumn 2


This half term we have chosen 2 SKATs per week to focus on, 1 chosen by the children and 1 chosen by the teachers. However, as you can see from the photograph the children have also been displaying lots of other skills and attitudes too!


We are team players

'We worked with our friends to make a toy shop and sell toys.  We took turns and counted the money together' - Ruby

When we work in a team in PE I listen to the captain and give them my ideas' - Harrison


I am organised

'When we are getting ready to work I get all my things out so I am ready' - Debbie-Leigh


I can have a go

'I wasn't very good at sewing in Year 1 but when I made my stocking I was really good and now I can sew' - Daenerys


I am respectful

'When we are talking with our partners I listen to what they say and we take it in turns to talk' - Saif





Year 5 SKATs - Autumn 2

Year 5 have covered a number of SKATs during the Autumn term.  The children have selected the SKATs themselves and we have discussed what the mean and what they will look like in our daily lives.

6/11/20 - Year 6


Our SKATS this week were: 

"I am positive."

"I am articulate."


"I am positive."

Kai thought that this SKAT meant choosing positive behaviours when in school, e.g. listening and trying his best. He said that this was helping him to do better in school and that he felt more positive about school. 

Keira thought that being positive was about being happy and feeling good.

Molly thought that she had shown this SKAT when she stayed with her friend after a lesson to help her finish her work when she found it tricky. She stayed positive to help her friend. 


"I am articulate."

Kai and Eliesha thought that this meant speaking clearly and explaining your words well. 

Oliwia thought that she had shown this SKAT when she explained the answers to the registration task in the morning because she spoke clearly to everyone. 



Our Skats in year 4 this week were:


I can persevere

I tried my best and kept going

I never gave up in isolation

I am really good at learning independently

When I was doing my work, I wanted to play on Minecraft, I resisted temptation


I am ready for the 21st Century

I can use the internet

I know now how to use zoom

I learnt how to copy and paste

I know my round purple mash

I can log onto purple mash, reading eggs and TT Rockstars