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Our Learning

Your children are our priority. Everything we do is geared towards providing them with a safe and enjoyable environment to develop a lifelong love of learning. We aim to achieve consistent progress from Early Years Foundation Stage (ages 3 to 5) to Upper Key Stage 2 (ages 9 to 11) and give all children a great chance to reach their potential.

We are dedicated towards supporting the needs of all children, regardless of ability. We stretch children who demonstrate particular strengths and provide active interventions and support for those who need it.

We monitor progress and attainment across a broad range of educational criteria – as well as personal and social development.

We provide regular feedback each term at Parents' Meetings, but if you want to discuss your child’s learning, or would like more information about our aims and practices, please contact your child’s class teacher or the headteacher through the school office.

Day Structure

 All children will continue to go straight to their classrooms. 


Year 3, 4, 5, and 6:                          8.30 am to 3.30 pm

Year 1 and 2:                                   8.30 am to 3.30 pm

Reception and Nursery:                8.40 am to 3.20 pm

For families with children of different ages, drop off at the earliest time and pick up at the latest time. Younger children will be able to enter their classes early (for a ‘challenge task’) and stay (for ‘story time’) until their older siblings have finished their school day.

Year 5 and 6 children may be permitted to walk or cycle to school by themselves. All other children must be dropped-off and picked-up by their parents/carers.

Music Lessons

We offer daytime activities and tuition across a wide range of instruments (which usually commence in Year 3). This will be complemented with extra-curricular lessons (some free, some paid-for) offered through visiting specialist music teachers.