Meet the Team
|Miss Howard||Mrs Dean Barlas||Miss Browne||Miss Sweeney|
|Class Teacher||Teaching Assistant||Teaching Assistant||Teaching Assistant|
News & Events
Find out what we've been up to and where we've been here.
All the important dates that are relevant to your child's year group can be found by clicking this link.
New Nursery Families Transition Event
If your child is joining our Nursery in September, you will be invited to a special day in our Nursery. We ask that you bring your child to a 'Stay and Play' session on Thursday 23rd June 2021.
You and your child will have the opportunity to meet some of our Nursery teachers; play in the Nursery classroom and complete some important paperwork to enable us to get to know you and your child. We will give you a home learning pack and other
Our school office will call you to book your appointment.
Nursery to Reception Transition Event
If your child currently attends our Nursery and is staying with us in Reception or if your child is joining our Reception class from another setting/ home, you will be invited to a special 'Teddy Bears Picnic' event in school on Wednesday 7th July 2021.
On this day, your child will enjoy a morning/ afternoon with their new Reception class teacher, their favourite teddy and their Reception class mates. We will have a simple picnic and get to know each other.
If your child already attends our Nursery you do not need to do anything. We will support your child on the day of the event. If your child does not attend our Nursery, we ask that you bring your child to the event and stay with them.
We will write to you or phone you to invite you to this event.
How to Help at Home
There are many activities that you can do at home with your child to help suppport their learning and development.
* Read at home - this can be done at any point during your day, especially a bedtime story.
* Ask your child to find objects, put them away to help you. This supports their understanding of positional language.
* Count with them. Everything and anything can be counted in the home or whilst you are out and about. This will help to achieve a secure level of understanding of number.
* Talk to your child. Have conversations with them to develop their understanding of words and how to form sentences.
Good to be Green
It is important to follow the school rules and it is 'good to be green'. Find out about the rules that the children in Year 1 have signed up to this year.
All newsletters, trip letters and other correspondence relevant to your child's year group can be accessed here.