We are committed to creating calm, stimulating and enriching environments that are well resourced where pupils can thrive. Passionate about maintaining smaller ratios of children to staff, each child receives the upmost devotion and attentiveness from their peers, and this starts from the moment they enter our school. Teachers set individual learning tasks for each child to support their personal needs and one-to-one reading and phonics support is offered daily.
The Reception class for children aged 4 follows a rich and engaging curriculum, where pupils explore, question and challenge themselves in the safety of the school’s beautiful and extensive surroundings. An all-round education philosophy will combine a careful blend of numeracy and literacy with a wide range of other subjects, as well as a varied selection of extra-curricular activities.
What time does the school day start for the Key Stage 1 pupils?
What time do lessons finish for the Key Stage 1 pupils?
Lessons end at 3.55pm
Is there an extra curricular programme (After School Club) available for the Key Stage 1 pupils?
Yes – the programme runs until 5pm each day
What does the school fee include ?
The fee includes the option of Breakfast Club in the morning (if required) and lunch.
What time does the school day end for the Key Stage 1 class?
The school day ends at 5pm although there is the option to collect at 4pm if required.
How many children would normally be in a class ?
Up to 16 children.
Are there entrance assessments for children joining the Key Stage 1 class?
There are no assessments or formal interviews for children applying to this class, however the Head likes to meet every child and their parent/guardian personally to find out more about them. A recent school/nursery report is requested. Following this meeting the family may then be made an offer of a place.
What is the deadline for registering my child for the Key Stage 1 class (September entry)?
We would encourage families to register their child by the end of March/before the start of the Easter Holidays, whichever is sooner.