With over 100 successful years behind us, we have always kept the best of school traditions, such as reading, multiplication tables, school concerts and plays, and competitive sport. We also embrace the future with exciting projects, bringing new technology right into the classroom in order to build on our strengths in computing to enhance pupils’ learning. We believe learning should be 'joined up', so we teach through themes and real-life situations that are relevant to children. We make full use of our fantastic school grounds and rural location, including Forest School lessons, which take place on site throughout the year for each of the classes. Learning is a partnership and, through setting targets together, pupils are taught to recognise and work towards their individual next steps in learning,
In addition to the main school day, from the age of four we offer wraparound day care from 7.30am to 5.30pm through Embrace, our thriving on-site Breakfast and After School Club.
As a school we work in partnership with our families and the wider community. We believe that we can only achieve the best for your child through close co-operation between home and school. We encourage all parents and carers to share in their child's education and we are always pleased to talk with you about any aspect of your child's development. We hope that you will want to share with us in making this a very happy and successful period in your child's life. Do please come and look around our school.
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