Exceed your expectations….
This school cannot succeed without the support of parents. We therefore urge you to take an interest in your children’s education and to support the school in its work and its public activities. This term we are really encouraging all parents to listen to their children reading.
Our aim is to provide a broadly based curriculum.The essential language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening are integral to all areas of the curriculum and are acquired through a balance between independent learning and teacher intervention and direction. This curriculum policy is set within a framework that expects and seeks to attain high achievement from all pupils regardless of race, sex, disability or background.
On the left you will find links to the different classes, each year group is taught separately. Each class is organised for learning using a range of teaching strategies, occasionally the class may be taught as a whole, the children may work in groups, in pairs or individually. Work will be given according to the child’s age and ability. The National Curriculum provides Attainment Targets at each key stage in a child’s development. The school will address these targets, but will proceed in a realistic manner and will constantly be mindful of the abilities of each individual child.