Welcome to Dandelion class!

In Dandelion class we have a mixture of reception and year 1 children. There are currently 25 children in the class which is made up of 5 reception children and 20 Year 1 children. 


Mrs Clarke and Miss Haxell support the children in Dandelion class, and they fully believe in promoting a creative curriculum which allows children to explore exciting, stimulating and engaging activities. This ensures that children are always following a fun approach to learning with lots of hands on and practical opportunities provided.    


Dandelion class follow a protected story time approach, where the children have 25 minutes each day to get lost in fantastic stories both old and new.   


Dandelion class have PE every Tuesday and Wednesday, so on these days the children need to come to school in their PE kits.

In the summer children may wish to come to school in shorts and t-shirt with a light jacket in case the weather changes, In the colder months then children should wear warm clothes including coats, hats, scarves and gloves. This is because we try to be outside as much as possible. Children should always wear trainers or shoes of such nature.    

If any more information is needed, please get in touch. 

Mrs Clarke 



Welcome to Conker Class

Conker class has a mixture of Year 1 and Year 2 children, and they are supported in their learning by Miss Brown and Mrs Cook.   This year we have 9 Year 2 children and 20 Year 1 children.

In Conker class the children learn through exciting and often practical activities and many of these are linked to our half-termly topic. There are also lots of talk opportunities to develop vocabulary and confidence.

The children enjoy taking part in their PE sessions on Wednesday mornings and Thursday afternoons, and love to do their outdoor learning activities in the Nature Nook. Story time and drama activities are also very popular.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Miss Brown


School will reopen today for keyworker children and vulnerable children. Remote learning will continue for the rest of the children. Thankyou .