You can learn about your child’s specific year group by visiting their dedicated pages. Here you will find their latest newsletter, spellings, any homework that has been set and any trips that are planned
A very big welcome to the Nursery page
Both myself and Mrs Kaur would like to share all the real, immersive and purposeful learning that happens everyday in Nursery. It has been lovely to see the children making new friends and gaining confidence in communicating with us and each other. We are looking forward to seeing them grow and develop further over each day with your help, as one big family.
Mrs Tracey Herbert.
Welcome to Reception! We have three teachers in our year group; Miss Lelli, Mrs Ghasemi and Miss Sahota. We deliver daily Phonics, Literacy and Maths across the year group, and run several parent sessions each term to give you the opportunity to be part of your children’s learning in the classroom. Through our NICER curriculum, we focus on three main challenge packs during the year; ‘The Big Adventure’, ‘A Real World’ and ‘Magical Outdoors’. There are several exciting experiences tied in with these challenge packs, from visiting a Fairy Trail to the Emergency Services coming to school to give the children real-life experiences!
Welcome to Year 1’s page. The teachers in Year 1 are Miss Kaur (1KK), Mrs Neveu (1CN) and Mrs Upton (1CU). We begin Year 1 with reinforcing basic skills in English, Maths and Phonics, as well as engaging in a creative curriculum which includes all other subjects. Year 1’s learning challenge packs are ‘A Big Adventure’, ‘Comics Can’, ‘Far Far Away’ and ‘Buckets and Spades’. We look forward to joining your child on their learning adventure and we hope that you can be a part of it too.
In Year 2 we encourage children to develop their independence. We look to develop a love of learning and grow children’s intellectual curiosity and thirst to know more. We believe that learning should fuse creativity and exploration so that children develop understanding and embrace challenge.
Through our curriculum we aim to provide a breadth of knowledge and experience by making learning real, immersive and purposeful. We want children to be confident to take on new challenges, be able to work collaboratively and feel safe in the learning environment.
We feel passionate about developing the children in all aspects of their learning and in their individual needs.
Thank you for visiting our page to find out what is happening in Year 3. Your teachers are Miss Blackstock, Mrs Pahal and Mr Batham. We aim to provide our children with a range of wonderfully exciting learning opportunities and life experiences. Our learning challenges are A Big adventure, Around the World in 80 Beats, A day at the Museum and Dinosaur stomp. These fantastic challenges will encourage children to develop their personal interests and passions through a NICER curriculum.
Welcome to year 4 with a dynamic trio of teachers Miss Butler, Mr Cavill and Miss Uppal. In year 4 children are expected to take more ownership for their learning using their interdependence tool. We expect punctuality, respect, resilience and responsibility.
We believe that learning should be active and creative and we encourage children to embrace challenge and celebrate success.
We lead a full-on and immersive curriculum through all learning and ensure that our classroom environments are rich in culture, embrace change, creativity, active in discussion, collaboration and exploration.
In year 5 this term we will be continuing with our changemakers challenge pack. We will be working towards setting up a community café to celebrate the diversity that we have in our local community. As always we will be working very hard on our maths, reading and writing activities. We are going to workhard to give ourselves the best possible learning experience and to reach high standards of presentation and organisation at all times.We will work hard to make sure that our behaviour is the best it can be and that we act as role models for each other at all times.
In Year 6 we are deep into our challenge: “How can we create a portfolio of writing based upon Goblins and Ghouls?”
By the end of the term we will have innovated our own: newspaper reports; diaries; non-chronological reports; narratives; instruction texts; descriptions and more…
In Maths we are gearing up for SATS by focusing on the 4 operations and all of the elements that are required for reasoning and arithmetic.
Between revision and portfolio work we will be continuing gymnastics where we will be looking at how we travel across the floor and traverse the apparatus.