The school is organised into five classes, Elm Class having the oldest children and Oak Class the youngest. In September there are around 100 children on roll, which enables favourable class sizes. All classes have mixed age groups. The teaching staff are supported by six Educational Support Assistants and by the Wiltshire Learning Support Team, who help children with Additional Needs. Parents too help in the classroom. If you are able and would like to help, please do tell us.
The School Curriculum
The National Curriculum is followed by all children. Our curriculum is broad and balanced and is covered through a blend of separate subject teaching and thematic work. Children are offered learning experiences in a stimulating, attractive and secure learning environment where pupils and teachers, often accompanied by parents, work happily together. The children will normally be working in class groups with one or two adults. Some specialist teaching is provided for specific areas of the curriculum, such as music or PE.
Children in Year 1 and Year 2 are in Key Stage 1 of the National Curriculum and those in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 are in Key Stage 2. Reception children work towards Early Learning Goals.
The National Curriculum has five ‘Core’ subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, RE and ICT.
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