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Parent Teacher consultations are 18th and 20th October. To make an appointment to see the school for 2022 entry please ring the school office.

Touch screen Chromebooks and tablets ensure our children have access to the latest technology.Our children enjoy exploring and learning in the countryside with our Forest School."Alongside a strong curriculum, the school blends in the fun rituals of village life". Ofsted 2019.“Pupils love their small friendly school. They are confident and eager to learn, polite and want to please”. Ofsted 2019."Leaders ensure that the most able pupils are stretched well". Ofsted 2019.“Pupils rise to the high expectations that adults have for them”. Ofsted 2019.As a church school we believe it is important to uphold the values God taught us in the Bible.

Woodpeckers 21/22

Welcome back to our new Woodpeckers.

Our new topic is Incredible Me.

Week beginning 4th October

Watch our poem that we performed at our Harvest Service this week.

After the service we all enjoyed tasting the bread .... yum !

We enjoyed this week's Forest School session.

This week we researched a pet by using our Chrome Books and Library Books. We worked in pairs and small teams and  wrote notes about what we had discovered.

Week beginning 20th September

Woodpeckers have enjoyed another busy week.

In maths we learned more about adding numbers. We thought about ways to help our calculating and used number facts to 10 and doubles.

We also learned how to add single digits by bridging through 10.

How would you solve   36 + 8 ?


We learned about the world's continents and oceans in our geography work and started coding in our computing work.


In PE we enjoyed learning hockey skills with our coaches.

Week beginning 6th September

Woodpeckers have made an incredible start to their new year. Everyone has settled well and is busy learning our new classroom routines.

We have been busy writing poems and learning more about place value in our maths work.

At the end of the week we enjoyed some outside reward time for all our hard work.


Week beginning 27th September

This week we used The Tunnel story to write our own.

We changed the characters and events to create a new story. We worked hard to include our learning about noun phrases, contractions, similes and conjunctions.

In maths we learned more about subtraction and used different words to record our work.

Week beginning 13th September

This week we started to read our shared book ... 

We are using the story to help us with our learning of contractions.


In our art work we created our portraits using paper.

Can you guess who we are?