Establishing a school with a growing local community identity
|Reception (Early Years)||2 classes||30 pupils in each||
Turner & Hepworth
|Key Stage 1 (KS1)|
|Year 1||2 classes||30 pupils in each||
Potter & Dahl
|Year 2||2 classes||30 pupils in each||
Darwin & Hawking
|Key Stage 2 (KS2)|
|Year 3||2 classes||30 pupils in each||
Glennie & Elgar
|Year 4||2 classes||30 pupils in each||
Austen & Dickens
|Year 5||2 classes||30 pupils in each||
Nightingale & Moore
|Year 6||2 classes||30 pupils in each||
Shakespeare & Pinter
Pupils are placed in a House when they join the school and stay in that House until they leave. Siblings are not necessarily allocated to the same House. There are 4 Houses named after inspirational people:
Pupils take part in a range of Inter-House competitions eg poetry, photography, netball and they can earn House Points for progress, achievement, individual thought and exemplary behaviour.
Each term the weekly timetable is suspended for a morning or afternoon to enable all pupils to take part in a themed House Day eg healthy living, exploring different cultures and art. House T shirts are worn for House Days and key competitions.
A member of staff is responsible for coordinating each house.
Pupils in Year 6 will become Head of House and Deputy Head of House via a pupil election process. This will involve the preparation of a campaign speech.
All lessons are differentiated to provide for pupils or groups in the class who are:
Teachers choose names for each group to suit the subject being taught:
Setting for English, Mathematics, Science and the Modern Foreign Language begins in Key Stage 2. Differentiation also takes place within each set.