We opened the school to our first intake of approximately 30 children in September 2000.
In 2014 we opened an additional classroom to accommodate a one off extra intake of 30 children. An additional classroom extension was built, which is now the home of the Little Foxes Community play group and after school / breakfast clubs.
Our School Classes
We now have 240 pupils in eight classes:
- Reception Class: Foundation Stage
- Class One: Year One
- Class Two: Year Two
- Class Three: Year Three HC
- Class Three: Year Three F
- Class Four: Year Four
- Class Five: Year Five
- Class Six: Year Six
To see more information about our classes, please go to our Class Pages.
Our facilities include:
- Eight permanent class rooms
- Woodland Work room
- Large assembly hall
- Purpose built Early Years facility which houses the community play group (Little Foxes)
We also have extensive outdoor areas, which include Infant and Junior playgrounds, a large school field, enclosed Early Years play areas, a wildlife area and garden.
Our Teaching Staff comprises of:
- Six full-time Teachers (plus two Teachers on Maternity leave)
- Six part-time Teachers
- Ten Teaching Assistants
Our Senior Management Team comprises of:
- Miss Sally King – Head Teacher
- Mr Tibbles – Acting Head Teacher
- Mrs Philcox – Acting Deputy Dead Teacher & Inclusion Nanager
We also have a number of support and administrative staff.
To see more information about our Staff click here
In 2011 the school received The International School Award at the Intermediate level. This acknowledges the international and cultural teaching and learning across the school. The next stage will be to apply for the full award, once a secure international link has been established.
As a school we feel that it is vital that pupils understand the importance of looking after the world around us. To this end, the school has established an ECO committee and pupils throughout the school are involved in activities to help make our school, our local community and the wider world around us a ‘greener’ place to live. Pupils have recently been involved in activities such as ‘The Big Tidy Up’ and tree planting in the local area. We are currently working towards our Green Flag award.
We run a number of Clubs and activities as part of the school. Why not explore our website to find out more about our School, including our House System, School Day and some of the many things we have been doing.