See the source imageSee the source image                                   

See the source imageWelcome to Class 1!

Our Early Years Foundation Stage is called Class 1.

Class 1 is led by Miss Heath and supported by teaching assistants Mrs Grant and Mrs Broome.


Class Information:

Uniform: Please ensure that ALL uniform including PE kits are clearly labelled with your child’s name. Your child will also need to have a spare change of clothes that can stay in school - just in case!

PE: Class 1 has P.E every Tuesday morning, P.E kits will be sent home weekly to be washed.

Aprons: Please bring an apron or old shirt that is clearly labelled into school for your child to wear during creative activities and messy play at school. Aprons will be sent home weekly to be washed.

Milk: Children who have not yet reached their 5th birthday will receive free milk daily. Once your child reaches 5, to continue receiving milk you will need to fill in a form at the office and pay using parent pay.

Water bottles: Each child should bring a water bottle into school that is clearly named, bottles will be returned home at the end of each day for washing and refilling.

Readers: Once your child begins to bring home a reading book they will be changed on a Monday and Thursday, if they are bought back with the diary signed to say that your child has read. Lots of children enjoy reading through Bug Club and this could be used if your child has finished their book.

Diaries: Diaries will be checked every day for messages and form an important communication between home and school, so please let us know any information on the right hand page of the diary. It is helpful to write in their diary who will be picking your child up that day so we know who to look for and if it is someone new we can ask for your child’s password.


Celebration Assembly - Friday 12th February

On Friday 12th February we held a special assembly celebrating the outstanding efforts of our children during lockdown. We asked parents to nominate their child or children for a variety of things: it could be for a child who has got up everyday (without moaning and groaning) or has been ready for their google meet each day.

All nominations were viewed by staff and the winners were celebrated on Friday during our special, virtual assembly! We know that all our children deserve a medal for the effort and dedication they have shown towards their learning. We wish we could have given every child a special certificate. To celebrate everyone's success we have listed all of the children nominated below. Also, we have included a certificate that parents can print and give to their child to celebrate their success at home.

Well done to everyone that was nominated below, each child should have also received a personal well-done email from Miss Heath and Mrs Grant.

Celebration Assembly Certificate

class 1