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Church of England Primary School

Small school, big hearts. Wise, Responsible and Kind like the Good Samaritan.

Our Year 1 and 2 children learn alongside each-other in Beech class. At first, Year 1s are supported in their transition to Key Stage 1 by the staff who have been with them throughout their beginnings in Acorns. Resources and learning space is often shared between the two classes in this setting. Children learn an increasing sense of independence in their work. Based on their sound beginnings most children make rapid progress, becoming fluent readers, writers and mathematicians.


They listen and focus on learning for increasing periods of time and are able to produce a greater quantity of recorded outcomes. Termly topics are used to integrate areas of learning and to stimulate and motivate learners. A teaching assistant offers generalised and specific support for individuals.

Jonathan's Jungle

Forest School

Easter Prayer Walk

Visit by mechanical engineer Mrs James

Steam Museum Visit 27th January

Science Oxford Visit November 2021

Bug Houses

Harvest Festival 2021

Term 6 Home Learning Pictures

Here you will find all the bits that you will need for working at home. 

Joe Wicks is doing a PE work out everyday at 9am on YouTube. This maybe a great way to start your day.

In school we would do circle time or phonic and English and then have a break. We would then do Maths and have lunch. After lunch we would do reading and the topic lessons. 

It is good to have a routine, it would be great to make one that works best for you :)



Some amazing learning going on at home today! 

Thank you for your emails - It would be lovely if you would like to send some pictures to show your friends what you have been up to! 

Victorian day

Beech class really enjoyed their Victorian day. The children sat in rows and were not allowed to talk or ask questions unless they were given permission. If they were fidgeting or shouted out, they had to stand in a bucket for punishment! The children used chalk to write with. They copied out times tables and the same sentence 15 times! The children also learned about how toys were different then compared to now and they learned about the Victorian empire.  

St Hugh's Netball and Hockey Festival

Children have been enjoying using the pond method to divide in maths

Beech loved their trip to the Steam Museum