Below are links to online tutorials that will guide you through how to help your child succeed
and develop in Literacy.
Parents/carers are asked not to use the car park at the beginning and the end of the school day.
The car park is locked at the beginning and end of the day to prevent unauthorised parking.
Dog owners are requested not to allow or bring their animals on to our premises for any reason.
Smoking is not allowed on the school site.
The school follows the Literacy and Mathematics National Curriculum across all year groups and assesses at the end of Early Years, Year 1 for Phonics, and Years 2 and 6 for Reading Writing and Mathematics.
For History, Geography and Science we are following the topics and learning set out in the Knowledge Curriculum. The specific areas are outlined for parents in the curriculum overviews which are on this page on the website.
The Core Knowledge lessons intend to put knowledge back into primary education, ensuring that our pupils leave primary school with solid foundations for future learning.
In Key Stage 2 the class teachers now teach either mathematics for both classes – or writing for both classes. Every class is taught reading by their class teacher.
This subject specific focus for these two subjects ensures high quality outcomes with clear focus on the subject and allows planning and teaching support by the leadership of the school.
Your children are increasingly using the internet at school and at home from a younger age.
At school, we take steps to ensure that your children are aware of how to stay safe online.
On the 11th February, the children participated in a whole-school e-safety day, where they took part in a range of ICT activities and developed their understanding of how to keep themselves and others safe.
Below are links to important websites for keeping your children safe online, including 'A parents guide to social media' .
Below are documents to support and encourage your childs reading and spelling.