Class information

Welcome to Class One. We are Reception and Year One. Our teachers are Sharon Hagley (Class teacher), Mia Horrell (Monday teacher) and Mandy Lewry (TA). Cover supervisor (for staff absence) is Jenny Rogers.

This year our themes will include ‘Marvellous Me’, ‘The Enchanted Woodland’, ‘Spots, Stripes and Whiskers’, ‘Amazing Africa’, ‘Mr McGregor’s Garden and ‘Buckets and Spades’, with a trip to the sea-side.

Mondays focus on exploring a creative curriculum and religious education, maths and phonics are woven into the day. This is supported by our work placement undergraduate Lucia Ellis who is studying Product Design at university.

In Class One we send Phonics and English homework home on Fridays and it is returned by Wednesday each week. We encourage daily reading of the book your child brings home.

At EYFS the children’s learning experiences are enhanced with a rich curriculum, well planned continuous provision and free flow play area. Children are enjoying our all weather track riding their new trikes, bikes and scooters.

Welcome to Class 2 for children in years two and three. Our teachers are Emily Budden (Class teacher), Tracey Taylor (TA) and Corinne Ashdown (TA). Cover supervisor (for staff absence) is Jenny Rogers.

The topics that we will be covering this academic year are North America, Dragons and Anglo-Saxons.

Homework, which is spelling and times tables, is sent home on a Friday to be returned on a Wednesday.

Below are some websites that provide fun games to help children practice their times tables and to encourage reading and spelling.

Topmarks –

Times tables games –

Topmarks –

National Geographic website – (lots of really good information and games about many different topics as well as North America)

Science Kids website – (also has links
to good science games)

Welcome to Class 3 for children in years four, five and six. Our teachers are Jo Drake (Class teacher) and Jenny Rogers (TA). Cover supervisor (for staff absence) is Jenny Rogers.

The topics that we will be covering this academic year are the Vicious Vikings, Europe and Ancient Egypt.

Each Friday, a piece of English and Maths homework is set, which is to be returned by the following Wednesday.

Below are links to websites that provide exciting learning opportunities for the children to discover more:

BBC Bitesize KS2 History:

Horrible Histories website:

BBC Primary History:

Viking Quest game: