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The school has seven classrooms, which are arranged along an open courtyard. The rooms are light and airy providing a pleasant learning environment for the children. There is a large hall, which is used for assembly, music, physical education and dining. Each classroom is well equipped, and has its own art and craft area. The school has extensive grounds, which provide exciting play areas and are a stimulating learning resource.


There are three classes in Key stage 1 (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2). In Key stage 2 there are four mixed year group classes: two for Years 3 & 4 and two for Years 5 & 6. Within the Key Stage 2 classes the children are set for Numeracy and Literacy.

 

Class changes

 

In September the class names will be changed and named after trees.

 

The names will be:

 

Year R = Chestnut

Year 1= Birch

Year 2 = Willow

Year 3 = Holly

Year 4 = Sycamore

Year 5 = Rowan

Year 6 = Oak

 

 These were decided by a vote that our learning leaders organised. This will mean that the changes will include: the class name painted on the wall, the tree will be planted outside and a shelf will be put outside every class room where they can win the Cyril squirrel award.

 

This was then agreed by the chair of governors Mrs Wooton and Mr Clark.

 

Reported by the year 6 learning leaders : Jazmine and Alfie

 

Typical School Day

 

8.50 Registration

9.05 - 10.30 Session 1

10.30 - 10.45 Whole School / Key stage assembly

10.45 - 11.00 Morning Break

11.00 - 12.15 Session 2

12.15 - 1.10 Lunchtime

1.10 Afternoon Registration

1.15 - 3.25 Session 3

(2.30 - 2.45 Afternoon Play Key Stage 1 only)

 

If you would like to come visit our school, please ring or email the Office and we will arrange a tour.