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We are arranged in 3 mixed aged classes.  Our learning environment provides a nurturing base for children whilst our curriculum is designed to ensure mastery year-group specific learning takes high profile across school. You can learn more about our curriculum by clicking below.

Our curriculum 

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Reception is the start of a child’s school journey. It is where the foundations for future learning are laid. We aim to spark curiosity and expand the imagination so the possibilities of learning are endless. Through play, children begin to explore the world around them, make connections and forge significant relationships. Every child deserves the best start in life and by creating a nurturing, positive and enriching environment, we provide the opportunity for each child to reach their full potential and become lifelong learners.

Year 1 is the time where children are nurtured and given the opportunity to spark their love of learning. Through more structured learning, and our exciting curriculum, children can develop their understanding of the world, and be inspired, laying the foundations for a positive and happy time at school.

Year 2 is a time for children to take ownership of their learning and enjoy increased independence and responsibility.  Our broad and interactive curriculum allows every child to flourish, preparing them for Year 3 and beyond.

In year 3 and 4, we are learning to be independent learners. We strive to use the skills and knowledge gained in key stage 1 to problem solve and deeper our subject knowledge. We work collaboratively to improve our learning and support each other in everything we do.

In Year 5 and 6 , we are valued as individuals. We try to rise to challenges, whether they be creative, mathematical, sporting or about us living out our school values. We learn to work both collaboratively and independently. Reading and a love of books and stories are at the heart of everything we do.

Our aim is to ensure that all children leave school as well-rounded individuals – equipped with important life skills – and are prepared for life in secondary school and beyond. 

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